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Monthly Archives: June 2007
Don’t really know, but we would guess it is Lake Okeechobee in central Florida. Interesting article on some of the issues they are dealing with – all on a very large scale – here.
Want to do a search for online CAD drawings? Check out CADoogle here. Pretty cool.
“Environmental site design.” Get used to the term. It is also called “low impact development.” Developers will have to rely even heavily on their site designers when Maryland’s new stormwater management law and regulations go into effect next year. The … Continue reading
The largest collection of photos we’ve run across here.
in New England, a demo by Agg Industries. Read it here
A shining example of codes versus common sense backlash, it seems that folks in California are bootlegging their installation of greywater systems. Interesting read here.
I happened upon this post, that referred to this post. Long and short: the later post advocated citizens running around trying to find and report erosion and sediment control problems in the Atlanta area. Being a legit business person, I … Continue reading
Reported recently in the Wall Street Journal is this story about a new development trend – establishing communities on working farms. Having grown up on a farm, this is certainly a nice thought. Interesting concept – a next generation of … Continue reading
After seeing many different versions of proprietary stormwater treatment systems, never being overly impressed, I happened upon this vortex system for energy production. Quite cool.