October 10, 2019

The 2019 RMP Annual Meeting will be held on October 10 at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, CA. The theme of the meeting is “Pollutant Pathways to the Bay.”  The meeting will feature sessions on the four main pathways: municipal wastewater, industrial wastewater, stormwater, and dredging and disposal of dredged sediment. Register for the meeting to reserve your ticket now.

The Center is one block east of the Downtown Berkeley BART station, and accessible by multiple AC Transit bus lines. Garage parking is available on an hourly basis at multiple nearby locations. The closest garage is the City of Berkeley’s Oxford Garage, located directly underneath the Brower Center (entrance at 2161 Kittredge Street). For more venue details please visit https://browercenter.org/.

 

 

Agenda:

Registration and Coffee (8:30 am)

Welcome and Introduction: Tom Mumley, San Francisco Bay Water Board (9:00 am)

Session 1: Municipal Wastewater

  • Regulator Perspective - Bill Johnson, San Francisco Bay Water Board (9:10 am)

  • Discharger Perspective - Eileen White, East Bay Municipal Utility District (9:30 am)

  • Science Update - Angela Perantoni, University of California, Berkeley (9:50 am)

  • Discussion - Moderated by Jackie Zipkin, East Bay Dischargers Authority (10:10 am)

Session 2: Stormwater

  • Regulator Perspective - Tom Mumley, San Francisco Bay Water Board (10:45 am)

  • Discharger Perspective - Reid Bogert, San Mateo County (11:05 am)

  • Science Update - Alicia Gilbreath, San Francisco Estuary Institute (11:25 am)

  • Discussion - Moderated by Kirsten Struve, Santa Clara Valley Water District (11:45 am)

Lunch (provided, 12:05 pm)

Session 3: Industrial Wastewater, Dredging, and Dredged Material

  • Industrial Wastewater: Regulator Perspective - Robert Schlipf, San Francisco Bay Water Board (1:10 pm)

  • Industrial Wastewater: Discharger Perspective - Bridgette DeShields, Integral Consulting, Inc. (1:25 pm)

  • Dredging: Regulator Perspective - Xavier Fernandez, San Francisco Bay Water Board (1:40 pm)

  • Dredging: Discharger Perspective - John Coleman, Bay Planning Coalition (1:55 pm)

  • Discussion - Moderated by Maureen Dunn, Chevron and Josh Gravenmier, Arcadis (2:10 pm)

Session 4: RMP Highlights and Integration with Other Programs

  • RMP Highlights and Integration with Other Programs - Melissa Foley, San Francisco Estuary Institute (2:45 pm)

  • San Francisco Bay Shoreline Adaptation Atlas - Julie Beagle, San Francisco Estuary Institute (3:10 pm)

  • Discussion - Moderated by Tom Mumley, San Francisco Bay Water Board (3:30 pm)

Adjourn (3:50 pm)


 

Previous Meetings:

Dates: 
2019
Programs and Focus Areas: 
Bay Regional Monitoring Program
Location Information