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Category Archives: Stormwater 101
A common conventional method for managing stormwater is a stormwater basin. Basins are meant to collect stormwater and slowly release it at a controlled rate so that downstream areas are not flooded or eroded. While effective for flood control, these … Continue reading
Many owners or property managers wonder what their maintenance responsibilities are and how they can be enforced by the regulatory authorities. We happened upon this maintenance agreement on EPA’s website that is a “typical” maintenance agreement. These agreements usually run … Continue reading
One of the exciting aspects of working in stormwater is coming up with unique ways to solve repair problems. At this site, the existing outfall pipe was corroding causing water to erode the soil along the outside of the pipe, … Continue reading
This paper and presentation explores whether Low Impact Development (LID), as originally contemplated (duplicating existing site hydrology), is really a practical solution. We used this same example in a national workshop series in 2006.
This presentation is geared for property and facility managers who would like to learn more about managing stormwater infrastructure.