Preventing Micro Plastics and Plastic Pellet Discharges into Waterways:

An Industry and Regulatory Prospective

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With two new bills before Congress, the pressure on business, on municipalities and government to find effective solutions to plastic pellet loss to waterways is growing.

Join us we discuss micro plastic and plastic pellet (nurdle) discharges into local waterways and provide an overview on how best to manage pellet loss and what is being done by industry and the regulatory community to mitigate and plastic pellet discharges at the source and achieve zero pellet loss.

As a unique contaminant, plastic pellets are difficult to trap and retain, as they are neutrally buoyant and do not settle in conventional stormwater treatment devices. So be sure to join Enviropod Inc. and speakers as we discuss how to best manage this stormwater contaminant of concern and what the new regulations will mean for business.

In our webinar:

  • We will hear from industry experts on success stories from industrial sites to prevent plastic pellets from entering local waterways.  
  • We will discuss the changes and updates to the U.S. EPA’s Multi-Sector General Stormwater Permit requirements for Industrial facility owners/operators.
  • We will learn about the proposed and passed legislation before Congress designed to eliminate plastic pellet discharge into local waterways.



William Harris, Director of Sales for North America at Enviropod Inc- who over the last 40 years has successfully introduced a variety of innovative stormwater treatment technologies for use in private and public sector markets as well as industrial clients throughout the USA. In addition, Mr. Harris has extensive knowledge in regulatory requirements.

Wayne Rosenbaum has been in the legal industry for over 30 years and represents the Industrial Environmental Association in California ( as well as his own law firm at Environmental Law Group, LLC (

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Wednesday November 16th
12.00PM US Central Daylight Time (1pm EDT)

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