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  • SEPA RC&D Council Members receive FREE use of Conservation Planting Trailer - SEPA RC&D
    RC D Council Members receive FREE use of Conservation Planting Trailer Categories Blog Completed Projects Current Projects Capacity Building Economic Development Green Technology Water Management News Newsletter Uncategorized Recent Posts Chakras and Christianity Eastmeetswest How to Handle Sadness After a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day SEPA RC D Council Members receive FREE use of Conservation Planting Trailer Tweet Posted by sepa on June 25th 2012 The Southeastern PA RC D Council with grants from PA Growing Greener PA American Water and many gracious sponsors has stocked tools power equipment safety gear and related supplies in the Conservation Planting Trailer Members of the Council receive free use of the trailer on a first come first serve basis Current members can reserve the trailer by calling 877 610 6603 or emailing chairman separcd org All planting trailer users must complete a SEPARCD Equipment Use Agreement and a ToolNEquipmentCheckListBlank Guidance for using the trailer can be found in SEPARCDTrailer Towing Instructions If your not a current member you can JOIN using the link on the home page The trailer is available to come to your area to assist volunteers on environmental restoration and watershed projects About the Author sepa 2 Responses Nancy Opalka says August 16 2012 at 2 29 pm Northampton Township Parks and Recreation has scheduled a community Friends of the Park event on Sunday October 14th THe agenda of the day is to dig out seedlings and transplant them to a more protective and productive area We would like to reserve the CP Trailer for Sunday October 14th Please advise if the date is available We just joined today thank you Reply sepa says August 29 2012 at 3 03 pm Thank you for

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  • Municipality Tracking Tool for Stormwater Activities - SEPA RC&D
    Tracking Tool for Stormwater Activities Categories Blog Completed Projects Current Projects Capacity Building Economic Development Green Technology Water Management News Newsletter Uncategorized Recent Posts Chakras and Christianity Eastmeetswest How to Handle Sadness After a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day Municipality Tracking Tool for Stormwater Activities Tweet Posted by sepa on April 1st 2012 Municipalities have the ability to track their stormwater activities and costs using a simple tracking tool This tracking tool is free to download and use It was developed using Microsoft Excel by the staff of the Delaware County Planning Department for the Southeastern PA RC D Council s Stormwater Collaboration Project The tool and directions can be download by clicking the files below MS4 Tracking Tool MS4 Reporting Form v 4 0 MS4 Tracking Tool Instructions v4 0 Enter stormwater activity information into the MS4 Reporting Form Fields have been provided for multiple staff members time and for purchasing costs A drop down menu allows you to choose which MCM the activity relates to A check box allows you to record which activities were multi municipal Reports generated by the software

    Original URL path: http://separcd.org/2012/04/municipality-tracking-tool-for-stormwater-activities/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative (EDCSC) seeks proposals - SEPA RC&D
    to support the council Donate Shop Online Attend an Event Search Home Blog Current Projects Capacity Building Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative EDCSC seeks proposals Categories Blog Completed Projects Current Projects Capacity Building Economic Development Green Technology Water Management News Newsletter Uncategorized Recent Posts Chakras and Christianity Eastmeetswest How to Handle Sadness After a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative EDCSC seeks proposals Tweet Posted by sepa on March 23rd 2012 The Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative EDCSC seeks proposals from consultants with a background in the NPDES II MS4 Stormwater Management Program to serve as a part time coordinator for a group of municipalities jointly undertaking several components of the MS4 minimum control measures MCMs Assistance to be provided is outlined in the request for proposal Work will commence upon consultant selection and subsequent execution of a contract Proposals are requested no later than 4 00 p m EDT Monday April 9 2012 and should be submitted to George Kobryn Chairman Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative c o Southeastern PA Resource Conservation Development Council SEPA RC D P O

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  • Dry Fire Hydrant Project - SEPA RC&D
    PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day Dry Fire Hydrant Project Tweet Posted by admin on March 25th 2011 Each year in Southeastern Pennsylvania thousands of dollars in damages occur to homes and personal property as well as sadly the loss of life Since there are not many public pressurized water systems in rural areas fire companies need to haul water long distances in order to control fires Besides the time spent traveling to and from the water source to refill the water tankers expensive fuel is being burned up by the trucks Having easily accessible water available particularly in the winter months is also important to the fire fighters To help protect communities and facilitate fire fighting efforts the Southeastern PA RC D Council Area led a project to strategically install dry fire hydrants throughout the region Dry fire hydrants are non pressurized pipe systems that provide a quick and safe way for fire companies to obtain water from ponds lakes streams and rivers Fire companies hook up a hose from the fire truck or water tanker directly to the dry fire hydrant and withdraw water by suction

    Original URL path: http://separcd.org/2011/03/dry-fire-hydrant-project/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Completed Projects Archive - SEPA RC&D
    a NPDES Construction Permitting PCSM Other State Requirements Workshop May 24 2016 Steer Clear Of Plagiarism How to Plan Your Entire Day Archive for the Completed Projects Category Dry Fire Hydrant Project Tweet Posted by admin on March 25th 2011 Each year in Southeastern Pennsylvania thousands of dollars in damages occur to homes and personal property as well as sadly the loss of life Since there are not many public pressurized water systems in rural areas fire companies need to haul water long distances in order to control fires Besides the time spent traveling to and from the water source to refill the water tankers expensive fuel is being burned up by the trucks Having easily accessible water available particularly in the winter months is also important to the fire fighters To help protect communities and facilitate fire fighting efforts the Southeastern PA RC D Council Area led a project to strategically install dry fire hydrants throughout the region Dry fire hydrants are non pressurized pipe systems that provide a quick and safe way for fire companies to obtain water from ponds lakes streams and rivers Fire companies hook up a hose from the fire truck or water tanker directly

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  • Current Projects Archive - SEPA RC&D
    infrastructure In May the members of the Collaborative appointed a Coordinator with experience in environmental education and state programs dealing with control of stormwater runoff The coordinator s responsibilities include overall program management planning and coordination budgeting community outreach report preparation compilation of grant applications and development and oversight of public educational events and projects The Collaborative s initial project involves working jointly with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commision to apply for a PennVest grant to plant 1 000 trees in areas selected by the member communities in 2013 Tree coverage in urbanized areas greatly reduces stormwater runoff and improves water quality Additional joint projects are planned for this summer The member communities hope to continue to forge such relationships finding that working together as a group they are able to accomplish projects that if working alone would be impossible due to size and budget constraints While a large part of the Collaborative s operation is presently funded by grants the group needs to enlist additional municipalities in the Darby Creek watershed to remain financially viable in the future The communities of the Collaborative therefore invite all boroughs and townships in the Darby Creek watershed to join the group and take advantage of these economies of scale to reduce compliance costs and improve water quality in their community Interested municipalities are welcome to attend the next Collaborative meeting on July 11 th at 3 30PM at Collingdale Borough Hall For additional details or to arrange a meeting contact Jamie Anderson Coordinator at jamiea98 yahoo com or call 484 326 6248 SEPA RC D Council Members receive FREE use of Conservation Planting Trailer Tweet Posted by sepa on June 25th 2012 The Southeastern PA RC D Council with grants from PA Growing Greener PA American Water and many gracious sponsors has stocked tools power equipment safety gear and related supplies in the Conservation Planting Trailer Members of the Council receive free use of the trailer on a first come first serve basis Current members can reserve the trailer by calling 877 610 6603 or emailing chairman separcd org All planting trailer users must complete a SEPARCD Equipment Use Agreement and a ToolNEquipmentCheckListBlank Guidance for using the trailer can be found in SEPARCDTrailer Towing Instructions If your not a current member you can JOIN using the link on the home page The trailer is available to come to your area to assist volunteers on environmental restoration and watershed projects Municipality Tracking Tool for Stormwater Activities Tweet Posted by sepa on April 1st 2012 Municipalities have the ability to track their stormwater activities and costs using a simple tracking tool This tracking tool is free to download and use It was developed using Microsoft Excel by the staff of the Delaware County Planning Department for the Southeastern PA RC D Council s Stormwater Collaboration Project The tool and directions can be download by clicking the files below MS4 Tracking Tool MS4 Reporting Form v 4 0 MS4 Tracking Tool Instructions v4 0

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  • Capacity Building Archive - SEPA RC&D
    educational events and projects The Collaborative s initial project involves working jointly with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commision to apply for a PennVest grant to plant 1 000 trees in areas selected by the member communities in 2013 Tree coverage in urbanized areas greatly reduces stormwater runoff and improves water quality Additional joint projects are planned for this summer The member communities hope to continue to forge such relationships finding that working together as a group they are able to accomplish projects that if working alone would be impossible due to size and budget constraints While a large part of the Collaborative s operation is presently funded by grants the group needs to enlist additional municipalities in the Darby Creek watershed to remain financially viable in the future The communities of the Collaborative therefore invite all boroughs and townships in the Darby Creek watershed to join the group and take advantage of these economies of scale to reduce compliance costs and improve water quality in their community Interested municipalities are welcome to attend the next Collaborative meeting on July 11 th at 3 30PM at Collingdale Borough Hall For additional details or to arrange a meeting contact Jamie Anderson Coordinator at jamiea98 yahoo com or call 484 326 6248 Municipality Tracking Tool for Stormwater Activities Tweet Posted by sepa on April 1st 2012 Municipalities have the ability to track their stormwater activities and costs using a simple tracking tool This tracking tool is free to download and use It was developed using Microsoft Excel by the staff of the Delaware County Planning Department for the Southeastern PA RC D Council s Stormwater Collaboration Project The tool and directions can be download by clicking the files below MS4 Tracking Tool MS4 Reporting Form v 4 0 MS4 Tracking Tool Instructions v4 0 Enter stormwater activity information into the MS4 Reporting Form Fields have been provided for multiple staff members time and for purchasing costs A drop down menu allows you to choose which MCM the activity relates to A check box allows you to record which activities were multi municipal Reports generated by the software can easily be used to comply with regulatory reporting requirements Generate reports for all of your municipality s MS4 activities or choose to look at individual MCMs Four Standard reports are included MS4 Activity Report MS4 Activity Report with Total Costs Education and Outreach Report Purchasing Report Get started today tracking all your Ms4 activities and costs Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative EDCSC seeks proposals Tweet Posted by sepa on March 23rd 2012 The Eastern Delaware County Stormwater Collaborative EDCSC seeks proposals from consultants with a background in the NPDES II MS4 Stormwater Management Program to serve as a part time coordinator for a group of municipalities jointly undertaking several components of the MS4 minimum control measures MCMs Assistance to be provided is outlined in the request for proposal Work will commence upon consultant selection and subsequent execution of a contract Proposals are requested no

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  • Economic Development Archive - SEPA RC&D
    grants exist and how they differ how to conduct funding research steps in writing a proposal and how to approach different funders Emphasis will be on determining which grant opportunities best match your organization s programs so that you can focus your energy on preparing clear and persuasive proposals that are most likely to succeed Allison Trimarco of The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University School of Business will be presenting the workshop Allison Trimarco is the founder of creative Capacity LLC which works with nonprofits of all types to increase their management capacity Her practice focuses on strategic planning fundraising communications and non profit development projects Allison is an affiliated consultant and trainer with the Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University where she has handles fundraising and strategic planning projects for arts education and social service organizations Allison earned a Master s degree in Arts Management with highest distinction and Carnegie Mellon University and her Bachelor s Degree in Theater cum laude at Smith College Register Regional Geocaching Trail Tweet Posted by admin on March 25th 2011 The Southeastern Pennsylvania Resource Conservation and Development Council s GeoTrail will consist of a series of geocache sites in the Southeastern Pennsylvania counties of Bucks Berks Chester Delaware Lehigh Montgomery Northampton and Philadelphia These unique geocache sites will provide local residents as well as tourists the opportunity to visit enjoy and learn about natural cultural historical and other locally significant places in the region The SEPA RC D GeoTrail is an activity that can be enjoyed for an afternoon a weekend or through a series of day trips This project will expose people to some of the region s lesser known tourist attractions but equally interesting and unique sites This project is expected to generate an additional 800 000 for the region s economy over a three year period There are currently over 900 000 active geocache sites located in over 200 countries around the world A similar project in Northwestern Pennsylvania The Allegheny GeoTrail has logged over 48 000 individual visits to geocache sites in less than two years and will generate an estimated 400 000 for the local economy Avid geocachers plan their vacations around geocaching Over 5 000 geocachers from 32 countries participated in the 2009 GeoWoodstock in Tennessee More information about geocaching can be found at www geocaching com or by searching the internet A passport like booklet will contain tourism information for each county and a page to record the validation stamps of their geocache site visits in each county The passports can be obtained by visiting or contacting the SEPA RC D office county tourism offices parks and other local locations A downloadable version of the passport will also be available on the project website The geocache sites will be selected and monitored by local geocache volunteers They will be located in free public locations There will be a mixture of difficulty levels including some that will be handicap accessible At each site a SEPA RC D GeoTrail

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