Michael Bloom, a senior water resources engineer in Geosyntec's Houston office, co-authored an article published in the January 2012 Tech Talk column of Texas WET, the bi-monthly publication of the Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT).
The article, Regulatory Impact Analysis of Pending Changes to Total Maximum Daily Load and Municipal Storm Water Quality Permitting Programs, is based on work conducted for the San Antonio River Authority. It provides regional municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) operators an update on pending regulatory changes and how they might affect current watershed management programs and stormwater quality permits.
WEAT, formerly known as the Texas Water Pollution Control Association, is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization based in Texas. It is one of the state-level member associations of the Water Environment Federation. WEAT’s membership includes about 1,600 professionals from a variety of disciplines who help innovate, design, and implement wastewater technologies and water quality programs that protect health and preserve water resources.
To view a PDF of the Texas WET article, click here. For more information, contact Michael Bloom at