In this issue

 

Welcome

   - What’s to Come

 

 

QUDM Training Course

-  Register Now!

 

 

2017 In Review

-  Let’s Recap

 

 

 

Goodbye 2017

   - See you next year

 

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Welcome

Hello everyone and welcome to the December edition of ‘Keep Things Flowing’, the monthly newsletter presented by Storm Water Consulting.

We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our readers, clients, friends and colleagues a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holidays. We have enjoyed the year that was 2017 and are looking forward to what 2018 brings.

Storm Water Consulting will be closed from Wednesday 20th December 2017 to Friday 5th January 2018, with the office reopening on Monday 8th January 2018.

In this month’s newsletter we will review the year that was and take a look back at some of the major events from 2017.

 

QUDM Training Course

Over the past few months we announced that Storm Water Consulting would be partnering with IPWEA and Grant Witheridge of Catchments and Creeks to present training courses for the newly released Queensland Urban Drainage Manual (QUDM 2017). We are pleased to update you all that earlier this month the first QUDM training course was held in Brisbane. The turnout was great and all participants enjoyed the day learning about the new Queensland Urban Drainage Manual.

Photograph 1 - Jack presenting at the first QUDM training course

We already have many public and private training courses scheduled in for 2018. Our next training course is open to the public on Wednesday 24th January in Toowoomba. Registrations are still open, please contact our office for further information and registration details for the course. Private training courses are also available for larger group bookings.

    

2017 In Review

This year brought about some significant changes to the stormwater industry. Let’s recap!

·         The Jellyfish Filter is now provided by Stormwater360.

·         The Queensland Government released a new State Planning Policy (July 2017).

·         IPWEA released a new Queensland Urban Drainage Manual (QUDM 2017).

·         The Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study (2017) was released.

·         Brisbane City Council updated their Floodwise Property Reports with data from the 2017 Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study.

·         SWC partnered with IPWEA to present QUDM 2017 training courses.

 

Goodbye 2017

We hope you found our newsletter publications throughout the year educational and informative. All of our previous issues are available on our website at http://stormw.com.au/newsletters.html

We will continue to bring you news and updates in 2018!

As always, Keep Things Flowing!

The Storm Team