NJCAT/NJDEP and WADOE  Stormwater Protocols Explained

Please join us for a presentation explaining the intent of the New Jersey and Washington State rules for testing of stormwater quality devices.  We will learn the answers to these questions:
  • Where: Urban Drainage & Flood Control District
    2480 W. 26TH Ave. Suite 156-B 
    Denver, CO 80211
    303.455.6277 | 
  • When: Tuesday October 22, 2019   11:30 am
  • Registration Deadline: Friday Oct 18  - Noon
  • Why does NJCAT/NJDEP & WADOE exist?
    • Their history and evolution, reciprocity at work.
  • How the testing & approval process works.
  • What their designations mean.
    • 80% vs 50% TSS
    • Use designations and treatment levels
  • The intent of the rules
  • A brief overview of national trends and other considerations



Contact Holly Piza at hpiza@udfcd.org ​with any questions.
The presentation is available in person (space limited) or remotely with an option to pay for a lunch or bring your own. Either way, you must register



Laddie Fromelius is a Territory Manager for StormTrap. He has over 15 years of experience with Stormwater regulations and urban site design challenges. He has introduced a variety of new and innovative Stormwater manufactured treatment devices and detention systems to civil engineering firms and local regulatory agencies throughout the United States.  Laddie has previously worked at Bio Clean, Oldcastle Precast, Imbrium Systems Corporation and Baysaver Technologies where he was responsible for product acceptance and approvals as well as marketing and business development in various regional markets. At those companies, he gained several noteworthy regulatory approvals from agencies such as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Tahoe Regional Planning Authority, Metro Nashville and the City and County of Denver. Laddie resides in the Denver area with his wife and two children and enjoys spending time with his family, watching college football, hiking and volunteering in his community.  Laddie graduated from Arizona State University and was recently appointed to the Douglas County Open Space Advisory Committee where his experience and love of nature will be used to help improve and preserve the designated open space areas within Douglas County, Colorado.