Tim Schmitt is a senior environmental scientist and project manager with over 25 years of experience centered on NPDES and MS4 program support; watershed studies; stormwater management, monitoring and BMPs; TMDL studies and load reduction planning and analysis; and Clean Water Act compliance. During his tenure at LimnoTech, Tim has provided project and task management for multiple large and complex projects for local, state, and federal clients. His recent focus has been helping clients comply with various requirements stemming from the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, and he has led projects to develop watershed implementation plans, TMDL implementation plans, and other planning documents involving large amounts of data analysis and presentation. Tim has also led numerous data collection and analysis efforts, including field studies for water quality and permitting, database updates, and MS4 support activities. For federal clients, he has focused on technology transfer, and he has authored guidance documents for CSOs, as well as more than a dozen fact sheets on wastewater, CSO, and stormwater technologies and management techniques, for EPA. Tim has supported data collection, interpretation, and writing for several EPA Reports to Congress, including serving as primary author of the most recent Report to Congress on Combined Sewer Overflows into the Great Lakes Basin. He has also supported large data collection and interpretation projects for EPA, including efforts for the Clean Watersheds Needs Survey and the national CSO program. Tim works at LimnoTech’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Office in Washington, DC.