2024 Florida Association for Water Quality Control


June 12, 2024 – June 14, 2024 @ TBD


Naples Grade Beach Resort

475 Seagate Drive
Naples, Florida

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The FAWQC Annual Conference will host timely presentations on critical Florida water issues. The event provides the opportunity for networking, collaboration and conversations regarding Florida water issues.

Current and past session topics:

  • Mining and Minerals Industries
  • Power and Port Industries
  • Water Management and Agricultural Issues x
  • Stormwater Management & Nutrients
  • Environmental Enforcement Initiatives
  • Blue-green and Red: Harmful Algal Blooms
  • Hurricane Preparedness
  • State and Federal Legislative Update

Thursday, June 13

  • Session 3 – Power Industry (8:35am) | Greg Munson and Debbie Madden will be discussing an EPA, ELG, and CCR Update. Timothy Riley is discussing “a place for energy projects on the rural & urban fringe landscape? Legal, Environmental, and Land Use Considerations.”

Friday, June 14

  • Session 6 – Legislative Update (11:00am) | Mike Petrovich will be a moderator, and Greg Munson will provide a “state update” during this session.

Gunster attorney Michael Petrovich

With more than three decades of experience in environmental law, Michael (Mike) Petrovich’s practice is primarily focused on solid and hazardous waste regulation, real property contamination investigation and cleanup, including application of risk-based corrective action principles, environmental due diligence and related considerations associated with the transfer of contaminated properties, Brownfield Redevelopment and pollutant storage tank regulation.

Gunster attorney Greg Munson

Greg Munson is a shareholder with the firm and represents regulated industries in the industrial, agricultural, mining, and utility sectors in all areas of state and federal environmental law. He represents clients before Florida’s executive branch agencies, the state’s water management districts, the Division of Administrative Hearings, the Florida governor and cabinet, EPA, and the Florida Legislature. With a focus on serving as the catalyst for getting client initiatives approved at all levels of government, Timothy brings a deep bench of earned skills to projects involving land use and environmental issues, with a particular emphasis on oil and gas law matters. 

Gunster attorney Timothy Riley

Timothy Riley is dedicated to helping businesses, from highly regulated industries and across Florida and beyond, to solve their problems with and through government. Timothy’s clients range from investor-owned utilities, oil and gas exploration companies and mining operators to commercial real estate developers and telecommunications companies. He advises on governmental relations and administrative law matters and advocates client objectives before local, state and federal regulatory agencies, as well as in judicial courts and administrative proceedings.


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