Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Overview and Annual Training Course



In accordance with the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) Phase II General Permit, all individuals who assist in implementing their MS4’s Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) are required to obtain annual training. This recorded webinar, led by Liz Stone, CPESC and Camila Biaggi, ENV SP, CFM is provided to municipal employees, District Operators, and others looking to improve stormwater quality in their community. This training will enhance the attendee’s knowledge of the MS4 Program and stress the main goal, which is to eliminate the amount of pollutants in stormwater runoff.

Your Instructors

Liz Stone, CPESC is an esteemed expert in stormwater quality at Quiddity, simultaneously serving as the Project Manager for their MS4 Program. With a rich background, Liz has collaborated extensively with multiple Texan municipalities, water districts, and governing bodies to conceive, execute, and oversee their stormwater quality strategies and mandates. Possessing an impressive career spanning over 17 years, Liz specializes in watershed analyses, stormwater administration, and adherence to stormwater permit requirements, particularly focusing on NPDES and TPDES guidelines. Liz’s proficiency also extends to crafting comprehensive Phase I and Phase II Stormwater Management Programs (SWMPs), inclusive of implementation strategies and compliance evaluations. As a dedicated MS4 Engineer, Liz has taken on the role of primary program author and overseer for over 20 MS4 projects. Moreover, she has capably led as the project manager for more than 16 collaborative districts, further showcasing her adeptness in coordinating complex initiatives.

Camila Biaggi, ENV SP, CFM recently joined the Quiddity team as a Permit Specialist in the Permitting Division of the Water Practice. Camila spent the beginning of her career as a Water Quality Specialist in Harris County. She has 7+ years experience in stormwater permit compliance (TPDES- Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) requirements and regulations. She has vast experience with Phase I MS4 permit- implementation, compliance and coordinating with other local governing entities, such as City of Houston and Harris County Flood Control District. She also has experience with a wide range of local and state regulatory issues. Camila is looking forward to being able to apply her expertise and past government involvement to collaborate with her team members and continue to expand the Permits Division and the vast services that can be offered to our clients. 

Once you have completed watching the MS4 training, please click the link below and provide your information using the form to receive your Certificate of Completion. 

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