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SQIDEP webinar

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SQIDEP webinar




Water Sensitive SA, in partnership with Stormwater Australia and Stormwater SA, is hosting a webinar to explore the Stormwater Quality Improvement Device Evaluation Protocol (SQIDEP) and what it means for the South Australian stormwater industry.

The webinar will be delivered in two parts. Part 1 is an introduction to the key issues and governance arrangements, and Part 2 will delve into the technical detail sought by the manufacturing industry and regulators. Attendees are welcome to join us for either or both parts of the webinar.

We will be forwarding questions on notice to the presenters. Please send any burning questions that you would like addressed to admin@watersensitivesa.com.


Part 1: SQIDEP for general industry professionals

  • What is SQIDEP and why was it developed?
  • What are the implications for local government and the development industry?
  • What does the SQIDEP certification look like?
  • What are the governance arrangements?
  • Key issues and challenges
  • Q&A

Part 2: SQIDEP in detail

  • Body of evidence versus local field trial
  • What does the evaluation process look like?
  • Laboratory testing versus field testing
  • Key issues and challenges
  • Q&A

Zoom webinar details will be sent to attendees when they have registered.


In partnership with:

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Alan Hoban

Alan is a Director of Bligh Tanner, Founder of car-share company Flexicar and previously Executive Manager of Water by Design. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers Australia, a Chartered Civil and Environmental Engineer, and a Social Leadership Australia graduate. He is a Director and current President of Stormwater Australia.

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Dr Darren Drapper

Darren is an environmental engineer with more than 20 years’ experience in the stormwater industry. He was a member of the Advisory Committee tasked with the preparation of the SQIDEP document and is presently a Director on the Stormwater Australia Board. As Principal of Drapper Environmental Consultants, Darren has experience setting up and project managing around 20 stormwater monitoring sites for SQIDEP projects, as well as lab testing multiple prototypes for various clients. He is an adjunct with Griffith University and University of the Sunshine Coast, and guest lecturer at Queensland University of Technology.


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26 August - 2:00pm
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