Join this session to review the fundamentals of erosion and sediment control.
You will learn:
- Regulations: Federal, Provincial and Local
- Erosion and Sediment Site Planning and Management including: resource planning, hazards associated with urban development, land development plans, scheduling and implementation
- Runoff Management Planning and the associated equations and considerations to address: soil permeability, precipitation and hydrologic cycle
- Soil Stabilization Mechanisms (Erosion Control) including: vegetation, bio-technical protection, soil tackifiers and stabilizers, turf reinforcement mats, hydraulically applied erosion control products, erosion control blankets and other related technologies
- Oil Stabilization Mechanisms (Erosion Control) including: vegetation, bio-technical protection, soil tackifiers and stabilizers, turf reinforcement mats, hydraulically applied erosion control products, erosion control blankets and other related technologies.
This webinar will be held over Zoom.
About the Presenter
James Kay is a Professional Engineer who has been designing, administering and approving land development and municipal engineering projects across Canada since 2001. James and his teams deliver construction projects including municipal works, subdivisions, townhouses, commercial plazas, industrial and institutional projects. James has earned distinction and accreditation in the fields of Consulting Engineering, Project Management, Environmental Design, Water and Wastewater, and Erosion & Sediment Control.
James is currently the Development Engineering Manager with the City of Kelowna and has served previously as a consulting civil engineer to the private sector. He has taught civil engineering at both Okanagan College and University of British Columbia Okanagan, as well as courses for Engineers & Geoscientists of British Columbia, Vancouver Island University and the Erosion & Sediment Control Association of Canada. He is a Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control, Certified Professional in Stormwater Quality, and has held leading roles within IECA, ESCA-BC and ESCA-Canada.