The newly released program for the first-ever CBP3 Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Summit features panels and discussions about such topics as:
The Top 3 Things to Know if You are Interested in a Public-Private Partnership
The Challenge of Stormwater Runoff and Its Market Potential to Drive a New Economy
How Can Emerging Technologies Support Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Investments and Programs
Real World Scenarios: Discussion of Community Needs and Applications of Innovative Financing & Market-Based Approaches
The CBP3 Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Summit will be Monday, December 7 at The HUB at the Cira Center, adjacent to Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
What Needs and Challenges are Municipalities Facing Today?
As word continues to spread about the innovative Community-Based Public-Private Partnership (CBP3) model for stormwater infrastructure development, state and municipal leaders are eager to discuss their stormwater needs and challenges, and also learn from their peers and the private sector about this ground-breaking approach. Sharing their infrastructure needs and potential partnership projects will be leaders such as:
Thanh Dang, Transportation & Environmental Planning Manager, City of Harrisonburg, VA
Felicia S. Dell, AICP, Director, York County Planning Commission, York County, PA
Steven Shofar, Director, Water Division, Montgomery County, MD
Dan Sweet, Stormwater Utility Manager, City of Charlottesville, VA
Also participating in the first-ever CBP3 Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Summit will be representatives from: