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Trading Stormwater: A Training on MWRD's Pilot Project & StormStore™ Support

October 14, 2021, Noon to 1 p.m. CT

This is a past event

Online via Zoom

Hosted by: Metropolitan Planning Council, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, The Nature Conservancy

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Join us on Thursday, October 14th as part of Chicago Water Week for a lunch-hour informational panel on the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District’s stormwater detention and volume control trading pilot program. Tune in to gain insights into how this innovative program may help your clients save money while providing other community benefits, too.

This virtual event features: 

  • Welcoming remarks by The American Society of Civil Engineers 
  • Presentations by Michael Zigulich (Metropolitan Water Reclamation District), Jen Jenkins (The Nature Conservancy), and Ryan Wilson (The Metropolitan Planning Council)  
  • A moderated audience-generated Q&A with Saki Handa

Designed for civil engineers, but free and open to the public, this event will showcase the pilot program and answer questions about what projects are a good fit. It will also describe the pro-bono support available through the StormStore partnership. 

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The ASCE EWRI Chicago chapter will provide 1 PDH to interested event attendees. If you are interested in receiving the 1 PDH, please contact Saki Handa (

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