Municipal Resources

The Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (and it's entities) are required to provide training to municipal employees whose work has a direct or indirect impact on stormwater quality. Seasonal, part-time, and full-time employees whose job duties impact stormwater quality are required to take this training annually, and within 30 days (for seasonal employees) or 60 days (for full-time employees). 

Supervisors must maintain records of the progress and completion of these training modules by their employees. These data are reported annually to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management as a requirement of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. 

Good Housekeeping and Pollution Prevention Training

Module 1 - Why Do We Have To Do What We're Doing? (12:42)
Module 2 - How to Identify the Problem (10:33)
Module 3 - Which Products Cause Us Concern? (11:43)
Module 4 - How to Control the Problem (17:43)
Module 5 - Cleanup - What Do I Do With This Stuff? (9:50)

Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Training

Spill Prevention Training Module (22:09)