Hard Work on Capital Hill

Founder of Stormwater Consulting, Inc. and Stormwater Maintenance, LLC, Ted Scott, was hard at work on Capital Hill in Washington DC this week.  On Tuesday, American Rivers hosted a Congressional briefing with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and invited Ted to be a guest speaker. He joined two others to speak to about 60 Senate Staffers, EPA employees, and NGO staff.  Ted introduced the issues related to urbanization and resulting environmental impacts, the paradigm shift towards green infrastructure, and the positive business impacts he has seen.

For the full story, check out:  American River’s page covering the event here and ASLA’s page here.

Ted’s presentation follows:

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