CASQA

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CASQACalifornia Association of Stormwater Quality Agencies
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CASQA keeps its members up-to-date on the latest information affecting stormwater programs in California through e-mail bulletins, presentations, web postings and committee activities.
CASQA uses experts to help assess and understand the impacts of proposed changes and to communicate effectively with the regulatory agencies considering these changes.
CASQA provides information that can be used by policy-makers in making these important decisions.
CASQA is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the State Water Resources Control Board and municipalities throughout the State of California in implementing the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater mandates of the Federal Clean Water Act.
In addition to being involved with CASQA, these experts are also Trainers of Record who previously trained over 600 professionals preparing them for the exam that will qualify them to be Qualified SWPPP Practitioners (QSPs) and/or Qualified SWPPP Developers (QSDs).
Their involvement in CASQA is essential to not only their continued success in the water quality field, but to the future of water quality across the State and Nation.
Through its efforts to improve stormwater management practices, CASQA is on its way to creating cleaner waterways and beaches throughout California.