Salt Application Oversight & Environmental Responsibility

with Patrick Santoso and Phill Sexton

Application of salt in winter maintenance has increasingly become an environmental concern in the northern states. Chloride concentration is federally regulated by EPA and causes a number of environmental impacts on freshwater watersheds.  Because cleanup of this chloride contamination is not practical the only solution is to limit its application to only what is necessary to achieve the desired level of service. Join Patrick Santoso, Director of Operations at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Technology transfer center and Phill Sexton, Director of Education and Outreach who will help to introduce the environmental concerns associated with winter management operations and ways to reduce the amounts of salts applied.

In this webinar you will:


  • Understand the environmental and infrastructure impacts of chloride contamination resulting from road salt
  • See how the regulatory process has been implemented to resolve the problem in selected New Hampshire watersheds
  • Learn how application rates connect to weather and road surface temperatures
  • Learn how to reduce your application of road salt without impacting level of service


This course is available exclusively to SIMA members as part of membership value.


Continuing Education: This course is worth 2 Certified Snow Professional (CSP) continuing education credits


Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
September 24, 2014
Seminar Objectives
  • Understand the impacts of chloride contamination
  • Understand the importance of application rates
  • Understand how to reduce your application without impacting service
Salt Application Oversight & Environmental Responsibility
Speaker Information
Patrick Santoso   [ view bio ]
Phill Sexton   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Snow & Ice Management Association
Total Educational Hours: 2.00
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This seminar is presented free of charge.