Andrew Demers Stormwater Training

As an avid lover of nature, Andrew Demers takes great attention to his Environmental Impact

StormwaterONE was created in an attempt to have a positive impact on water quality, as well as, in an attempt to make environmental training more accessible to those who have a huge footprint in the stormwater field.

A Solution To Stormwater Training


StormwaterONE is a national solution for Stormwater Training. State specific courses and resources are easily accessible; as simple as clicking your desired state on the StormwaterONE map and choosing a class being offered.

StormwaterONE offers Free Stormwater Management Training, Company Training, Individual Attendee Training, and works with organizations to create their own, personalized trainings.

State-by-state permits, BMP directory, and Product-Specific Directory are also available for your information.  With course participation, learners have access to StormwaterONE’s eLibrary, consisting of hundreds of stormwater-related resources.


To make a Positive Numeric Impact on Water Quality over the next 20 years.

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What is Stormwater Management?

Andrew Demers Stormwater Training

When soil disturbance and vegetation removal occurs during construction projects, there is a drastic increase in water and wind erosion. Consequently, when rain events take place, water inevitably flows through those unprotected, eroded soil surfaces and have the potential to transport sediment into U.S. waterways. This sediment-laden water is referred to as, “stormwater.”

As that “stormwater” flows over construction and industrial sites, it can  carry other pollutants ranging from pesticides, chemicals and asphalt, to petroleum, and other debris collected from the soil surface and deposit those materials into water sources that serve as drinking water, aquatic habitats, and even public beaches and swimming areas.

Urban stormwater discharged from storm sewers, often referred to as “Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems” (MS4s), has been found to be a leading source of water quality impairment. The stormwater flow picks up and transports these pollutants and then discharges contaminated water into U.S. waterways through MS4s.

The Clean Water Act and other relevant mandates require that all federal and state regulated construction sites, Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) communities and industrial sites be covered under a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permit to have the ability to legally discharge stormwater into waters of the United States of America.

Most, if not all, of the mandatory stormwater permits require that the implementation of erosion and sediment control (ESC) Best Management Practices (BMPs) are applied to curtail and minimize pollutant discharges entering surface waters, MS4s and other bodies of water such as lakes, streams, rivers and oceans.

Stormwater Course Development

StormwaterONE is a proud subsidiary of Rockfish Learning Management.  Regardless of your industry or topic-focus, RockfishLM provides a variety of Training Solutions including Compliance Training, Leadership Development, and Technical Skill Workshops.  There are many methods available to train your subcontractors, municipalities, and project participants about the proper use of BMP Products and Environmental eLearning Opportunities.

Andrew Demers has created a curriculum that is developed in concert with Subject Matter Experts (SME) from within the Stormwater Management Training industry.  If you or your organization would like to receive compensation for the development of an eLearning course, please ask for more information regarding our SME Agreement.

Andrew Demers – President and CEO

Introduction by Andrew Demers

StormwaterONE is a private occupational trade school located in Rocky Hill, CT. We operate under the direction of the Office of Higher Education.

We offer online certificate programs for Construction Stormwater Management, however, we are currently developing curriculum for Post Construction Maintenance, Municipal, Industrial, and Green Infrastructure.

Our online courses are developed by our team of Instructional Designers using Subject Matter Experts from within the industry.


Our vision for StormwaterONE is to become a tool for the industry. We have a “collaborative digital infrastructure” designed to facilitate partnership with organizations and individuals alike.

Our expertise is in the design, development, and delivery of educational programs. We partner with the experts to develop our courses and the associations to distribute the education.

Our focus is the administration of our school. We provide the systems required to deliver courses, track learner activity, and measure results. Constant refinement, in the pursuit of excellence, is embedded in the DNA of our organization.

Next Steps

As the President of StormwaterONE I would like to know more about your organization and hear your thoughts on how we may better serve your region.

If you are interested in learning more about our abilities, and perhaps how you can help us achieve our mission, we would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you.

Respectfully yours,

Andrew Demers
President | StormwaterONE

Have a Conversation ~ Be Positive ~ Say Yes ~ Find Success ~ 

– Andrew Demers