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Recipe for Compliance Success #4: Measure It

Part Four of a five-ingredient recipe for creating a successful stormwater program. This series of posts comes from Bill Robinson, Founder and President of Stormwater Risk Management, LLC (SRM) and ComplianceWise Technologies, LLC in Denver, Colorado. Bill also serves as Treasurer of the Mountain States Chapter of IECA. In this series of posts, we’re talking about the Recipe for Compliance[…]

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Recipe for Compliance Success #3: Enable Your Employees

Part Three of a five-ingredient recipe for creating a successful stormwater program. This series of posts comes from Bill Robinson, Founder and President of Stormwater Risk Management, LLC (SRM) and ComplianceWise Technologies, LLC in Denver, Colorado. Bill also serves as Treasurer of the Mountain States Chapter of IECA. In the first and second posts of this series outlining SRM’s recipe for an effective[…]

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Recipe for Compliance Success #2: A Standardized System

Part Two of a five-ingredient recipe for creating a successful stormwater program. This series of posts comes from Bill Robinson, Founder and President of Stormwater Risk Management, LLC and ComplianceWise Technologies, LLC in Denver, Colorado. Bill also serves as Treasurer of the Mountain States Chapter of IECA. The first ingredient, Corporate Commitment, is discussed and can be revisited HERE. In the first post[…]

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Corporate Commitment – The First Ingredient of Success

This week’s post comes from Bill Robinson, Founder and President of Stormwater Risk Management, LLC and ComplianceWise Technologies, LLC in Denver, Colorado. Bill also serves as Treasurer of the Mountain States Chapter of IECA. Bill’s business model at SRM is reflects my own mission as he helps good people get better at managing stormwater – not doing the[…]

Laudator Temporis Acti

The great philosopher Billy Joel once said, the good ole days weren’t always good, and tomorrow aint as bad as it seems. I am quite fond of the quote and have reached back to it for the last 25 years or so.(1) The Latin term for the anitithesis of one who subscribes to Billy Joel’s[…]

What’s the Point?

It’s been off and on for me in the past, but recently the question of what we’re really trying to achieve has been front and center.  I am struggling on one particular project with exactly what our water quality goals should be.  We’re trying to find a balance between checking the box and going overboard to simply make[…]

Moving The Compliance Point

Leadership author Dr. John Maxwell says that two of the most difficult things to teach employees are; to think, and to do things in odrer of importance.  There is not much more important to our work than the quality of our discharge at the outfall.  Wouldn’t it be nice if we could choose the topography of[…]