Stormwater Advisory (USWAC)

   RSR Renewal Application


Renewal Protocol (for both RSI and RSR)

  • Renewal packets (letters and application forms) are sent out 2 months prior to the renewal deadline (by November 1 for December renewals, and by May 1 for June renewals).
  • These are sent to the work address on file (gathered from the RSI Application form at their RSI class, unless they have updated it with us directly)
    • If the renewal letter is returned to us, we attempt to locate the RSI through their phone, email or home address (if they shared that information with us on their application)
    • If we can’t get an updated address to forward their renewal packet, it goes in our files as returned, unable to deliver
  • Renewers must meet all requirements for renewal
    • 8 hours of continuing education during the two year cycle

We do not have a specific list of classes that qualify for CEUs in the RSI program.  The expectation is that the individual is staying current with a rapidly changing industry.  As such there are a lot of options available.  Some at no cost.  We do ask that the training be in a related topic such as:  Clean Water Act, Low Impact Development, Nutrient Management, Construction Site Runoff Control, Watershed Protection and Planning, Best Management Practices, SWPPP Development, etc.  A quick search on the internet will likely yield a significant list of options.  The EPA offers numerous webinars, most of which get recorded and are available at any time at no cost.  We ask that they individual participate in 8 hours of this type of education during the permit cycle.  We ask that they provide a list of what they have participated in and use the honor system to substantiate their training.  They are always welcome to attend another RSI class, but that costs money and isn’t flexible with the timing.

  • 10 documented inspections during the two year cycle
  • pay the $50 fee ($100 if it isn’t postmarked by the renewal deadline)
    • Renewals are processed within 2 business days of their submission and a postcard is sent to the RSI/RSR letting them know that it has been updated.
    • If a renewer doesn’t submit his/her renewal application postmarked by the renewal deadline (December 31 or June 30), they receive a postcard reminding them that their status has expired and that they will need to renew within 90 days (postmarked date), pay a $50 late fee (in addition to the $50 renewal fee) before they will not be able to renewal and must start the RSI/RSR process over from scratch (take the class, pass the test, conduct inspections).
FAQ

We have several inspectors, is there a group renewal option?

There is no formal group renewal option.  However companies/organizations can write one check for all renewals and send in the individual forms together with payment.

 

RSI/RSR Renewal Cost

$50 if postmarked by the renewal deadline (December 31 or June 30).

$100 (added $50 late fee) if postmarked within 90 days of the renewal deadline.

NO renewal after 90 days (the RSI/RSR process would have to be started from scratch)

 

Who do I need to contact to renew?

Contact the Utah LTAP Center, 1-800-822-8878 or 435-797-2931, or utahltap@usu.edu.

Applications should be mailed to:

Utah LTAP Center

ATTN:  RSI/RSR Renewal

4111 Old Main Hill

Logan UT  84322-4111

Payment must be made online at utah.apwa.net

 

Is there a direct online website for RSI renewals?

Not at this time.  Renewal must be done manually (hardcopy application and verification of renewal payment must be sent to Utah LTAP).

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   RSI Renewal Application


Renewal Protocol (for both RSI and RSR)

  • Renewal packets (letters and application forms) are sent out 2 months prior to the renewal deadline (by November 1 for December renewals, and by May 1 for June renewals).
  • These are sent to the work address on file (gathered from the RSI Application form at their RSI class, unless they have updated it with us directly)
    • If the renewal letter is returned to us, we attempt to locate the RSI through their phone, email or home address (if they shared that information with us on their application)
    • If we can’t get an updated address to forward their renewal packet, it goes in our files as returned, unable to deliver
  • Renewers must meet all requirements for renewal
    • 8 hours of continuing education during the two year cycle

We do not have a specific list of classes that qualify for CEUs in the RSI program.  The expectation is that the individual is staying current with a rapidly changing industry.  As such there are a lot of options available.  Some at no cost.  We do ask that the training be in a related topic such as:  Clean Water Act, Low Impact Development, Nutrient Management, Construction Site Runoff Control, Watershed Protection and Planning, Best Management Practices, SWPPP Development, etc.  A quick search on the internet will likely yield a significant list of options.  The EPA offers numerous webinars, most of which get recorded and are available at any time at no cost.  We ask that they individual participate in 8 hours of this type of education during the permit cycle.  We ask that they provide a list of what they have participated in and use the honor system to substantiate their training.  They are always welcome to attend another RSI class, but that costs money and isn’t flexible with the timing.

  • 10 documented inspections during the two year cycle
  • pay the $50 fee ($100 if it isn’t postmarked by the renewal deadline)
    • Renewals are processed within 2 business days of their submission and a postcard is sent to the RSI/RSR letting them know that it has been updated.
    • If a renewer doesn’t submit his/her renewal application postmarked by the renewal deadline (December 31 or June 30), they receive a postcard reminding them that their status has expired and that they will need to renew within 90 days (postmarked date), pay a $50 late fee (in addition to the $50 renewal fee) before they will not be able to renewal and must start the RSI/RSR process over from scratch (take the class, pass the test, conduct inspections).
FAQ

We have several inspectors, is there a group renewal option?

There is no formal group renewal option.  However companies/organizations can write one check for all renewals and send in the individual forms together with payment.

 

RSI/RSR Renewal Cost

$50 if postmarked by the renewal deadline (December 31 or June 30).

$100 (added $50 late fee) if postmarked within 90 days of the renewal deadline.

NO renewal after 90 days (the RSI/RSR process would have to be started from scratch)

 

Who do I need to contact to renew?

Contact the Utah LTAP Center, 1-800-822-8878 or 435-797-2931, or utahltap@usu.edu.

Applications should be mailed to:

Utah LTAP Center

ATTN:  RSI/RSR Renewal

4111 Old Main Hill

Logan UT  84322-4111

Payment must be made online at utah.apwa.net

 

Is there a direct online website for RSI renewals?

Not at this time.  Renewal must be done manually (hardcopy application and verification of renewal payment must be sent to Utah LTAP).

    Read more..

   Utah Storm Water Advisory Committee


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The Utah Storm Water Advisory Committee, a subcommittee of Utah APWA, will coordinate efforts to reduce storm water pollution and provide adequate flood control. The committee will jointly review governing regulations, disseminate information to enhance compliance with those regulated, promote effective storm water management training, and assist local municipalities and other interested parties to implement best management practices, consistent with their individual needs and resources. This committee will also review any proposed storm water regulations to assess potential impacts on the regulated community.

USWAC was organized in 2004, in collaboration with the State of Utah DEQ, to keep all MS4 permit holders and Storm Water Coalitions informed of the rules and regulations formed by the State and EPA. USWAC assist the Cities and Towns by providing education on storm water compliance methods this includes the Registered Stormwater Inspector Training and Registered Stormwater Reviewer Training. USWAC supports the Utah APWA Fall Conference and Stormwater Expo and collaborates with the State and LTAP to provide professional development to engineers, inspectors, and contractors.

Participating members in USWAC includes City, County, State, and private agencies. Voting members are dues paying members of Utah APWA.

Past Chairpersons

2014 Nestor Gallo, American Fork City
2013 Dean Ayala, Jones Civil Engineering
2012 Clay Bodily, Smithfield City 
2011 Todd Christensen, Bountiful City 
2010 Curtis Christensen, Weber County (retired)
2009 Trace Robinson, Utah APWA Board Member
trobinson@rivertoncity.com

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