Newsflash: Scott Invited to Testify at U.S. Senate Subcommittee Hearing

Hunt Valley, MD – December 12, 2011 – Theodore E. Scott, PE, CPESC, LEED AP, Executive Vice President and Founder of Stormwater Maintenance, LLC, was invited by the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Subcommittee on Water and Wildlife, spearheaded by Chairman, Senator Benjamin L. Cardin, to testify at a hearing entitled “Our Nation’s Water Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities” on December 13, 2011.

The purpose of this hearing is to examine the challenges associated with the nation’s aging water and wastewater infrastructure; to discuss the importance of water and wastewater infrastructure to our nation’s waters and safe drinking water; to explore potential approaches to water and wastewater infrastructure improvements, including effective best management and financing strategies; to understand the potential value of water and wastewater infrastructure investment to economic growth and job creation.

“This is a tremendous venue to educate government officials about the challenges facing our nations’ water infrastructure and the resultant business opportunities that lie ahead”, stated Scott.

Mr. Scott applies his more than 20 years of expertise to addressing the issues with existing stormwater infrastructure.  This is his third invitation to speak in Washington.  Stormwater Maintenance LLC is an industry leader providing turn-key engineering, maintenance and full construction capabilities for organizations that own or manage stormwater  infrastructure throughout the Mid-Atlantic.   To obtain additional information, including an overview of Stormwater Maintenance’s capabilities and completed projects, visit


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