Matt Ortynsky is a senior project scientist in KCI’s Water Resources Practice in Delaware. His expertise focuses on National Pollutant Discharge Elimination (NPDES) permit compliance monitoring services. Matt oversees the work of three municipal separate storm sewer (MS4) inventory and inspection crews, and is responsible for planning, oversight and participation for wet weather monitoring events; outfall screening as part of Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Programs; Best Management Practice (BMP) performance assessments; and, geographic information system (GIS) analysis of stormwater data. He has extensive training in ESRI ArcGIS software, and utilizes ESRI geodatabases to target MS4 structures for dry weather outfall field screening in an effort to identify illicit discharges (an NPDES permit requirement).
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On Our Calendar
October 14, 2020
Marshall Pearsall will be participating in a virtual Smart City panel
November 9, 2020
Thomas Sprehe, PE, BCEE, will be presenting "Planning and Implementing Effective Marine Debris Interception Technology"