State of Hawaii Department of Transportation
2018 Protect Our Water Conference

Registration for the State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation’s (DOT) 2018 Protect Our Water Conference is limited to DOT employees, contractors/subcontractors and MS4 permittees who have been invited by DOT to attend the training event. If you have any questions, please contact Marleina Lyons-Wolfe by email at mlyons-wolfe@gotoetc.com or call (808) 839-7222, ext. 237.

The 2018 Protect Our Water Conference agenda is primarily focused on temporary best management practices for construction storm water. The agenda is broken out into four, 30-minute sessions. This year the topics that will be presented are categorized under Planning, Best Management Practices (BMPs), and Case Studies and Regulatory Updates. Please take a moment to review the various courses that will be offered in the agenda below. For registration, you may only choose one topic for each session. To begin registering for the Protect Our Water Conference, click on “Register for the Protect Our Water Conference” at the bottom of this page.

Schedule

Time Program
7:00am–
8:00am
Registration/Check-In
Continental Breakfast
8:00am–
8:05am
Introduction
Marleina Lyons-Wolfe – EnviroServices & Training Center, LLC
8:05am–
8:10am
DOT Welcome
Jade Butay – Director of Transportation
8:10am–
8:35am
Keynote Speaker
Seth Brown – Storm and Stream Solutions, LLC
8:35am–
9:00am
Keynote Speaker
Eddie Snell
9:00am–
9:15am
Break
9:15am–
9:45am
SESSION 1
9:45am–
10:00am
Break
10:00am–
10:30am
SESSION 2
10:30am–
10:45am
Break
10:45am–
11:15pm
SESSION 3
11:15am–
11:30am
Break
11:30am–
12:00pm
SESSION 4

Date and Location

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
7:00am – 12:00pm (HST)

Pōmaika‘i Ballrooms – Dole Cannery (Iwilei)
735 Iwilei Rd.
Honolulu, HI 96817

The State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Oahu District (DOT-HWYS) does not endorse or recommend any products or services. The views and opinions of vendors or speakers expressed at the 2018 Protect Our Water Conference do not necessarily state or reflect those of DOT-HWYS.