Environmentally Speaking: Stormwater
Dan Bogoevski, environmental supervisor for the Division of Surface Water, Northeast District Office, talks about stormwater and its effects on Lake Erie.
Dan Bogoevski is a supervisor in the Division of Surface Water at the Ohio EPA Northeast Regional Office. He has been with Ohio EPA for 31 years, working in the stormwater program almost from its inception. Currently, he supervises inspectors in three of Ohio EPA’s Northeast, Northwest, and Southeast regional offices and is responsible to ensure compliance with NPDES stormwater regulations in those regions. He has developed permit language and a number of policy and guidance documents for the Ohio EPA stormwater program. He is a Certified Erosion Sediment and Stormwater Inspector and Certified Professional in Municipal Stormwater Management.
Dan holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, an MS in Chemical Engineering from the Ohio State University, and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. In 2008, he received the Wayne S. Nichols Award from the Water Management Association of Ohio for his demonstrated leadership in the NPDES stormwater permit program and in 2014, he received the L.T. “Tom” Haggerty Award from the Ohio Water Environment Association for his work on the NE Ohio Storm Water Training Council.
This program is part of a year-long environmental series, presented in partnership with the Avon Lake Public Library and Avon Lake’s Environmental Affairs Advisory Board (EAAB), that addresses the environmental concerns of Avon Lake's residents expressed via the EAAB survey. Each session focuses on a different topic presented by experts who will educate, as well as provide tools and resources for making an impact in our community.