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LID Treatment Train Tool

Friday, November 17, 2017

9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Credit Valley Conservation Head Office , Mississauga (View Map)

$40.00 CDN

The intent of this workshop is to provide an overview of the Low Impact Development Treatment Train Tool (LID TTT) Version 1.0 available for release on the STEP website.A more detailed walk through of the capabilities of the tool, case study examples, along with a Q & A and experimentation period will all be a component of the workshop. Development team representatives from the GTA CAs along with the consultants (Golder) will be co-delivering this session.

Participants are encouraged to bring their laptop as LID treatment train tool cases study examples will be provided to review during the workshop session along with presentations.

Please note that a maximum of two registrants per organization can attend this event.

Contact: Amanda Slaught (TRCA) at (416) 661-6600 or

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