Big changes have already hit the construction industry in California in the form of a new Industrial Storm Water General Permit, but even more changes are looming. The California Water Resources Control Board is working on a new permitting process for protecting “waters of the state.” Braiden Chadwick will update you on the latest information on this important regulatory front and how it may impact your operations at the California Asphalt Pavement Association (CalAPA) conference in Sacramento on October 30th.

CalAPA was founded in 1953 in Los Angeles, is a non-profit trade association and is comprised of asphalt producers, refiners, paving contractors, testing labs, consulting engineers, product suppliers, equipment manufacturers and representatives from other companies related to the asphalt pavement industry in California. CalAPA members operate facilities in every part of the state.

Conference info here.