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  • Using Large-scale Green Solutions to Reduce Overflows and Reinvigorate a Neighborhood

    Cincinnati, OH, USA

    The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD) introduced a grey / green stormwater management and combined sewer overflow (CSO) project that eliminates nearly 400 million gallons of CSO in South Fairmont, an underser...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
  • Green Infrastructure acts as a bridge for Indigenous reconciliation in Vancouver, BC

    W 63rd Ave & Yukon St, Vancouver, BC V5X 2J2, Canada

    This green infrastructure public space plaza provides amenities and rainwater management in an amenity-deficient neighborhood. With support from Museum of Vancouver, 9 Indigenous youth designed public art sculptures for the plaza ...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Green Infrastructure Implementation
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    Applying Adaptive Stormwater Control Technology in KCMO

    Kansas City, MO, USA

    The City of Kansas City, MO has implemented Opti technology at an existing 1.1 million-gallon stormwater storage facility located within City limits. With Opti, Kansas City is able to directly reduce CSOs and cost-effectively meet...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    City Manager’s Office at City of Kansas City, MO
  • Reducing CSOs with Adaptive Control Technology

    Philadelphia, PA, USA

    Philadelphia Water Department installed continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC) technology in stormwater retention basin to control runoff in real-time and reduce combined sewer overflows.

    Grants
    Philadelphia Water Department
  • Philadelphia Water Department - Participation in green stormwater infrastructure incentive program

    Philadelphia, PA, USA

    Institutional ratepayer participation in PWD’s Greened Acre Retrofit Program to install green infrastructure on their private property and bring multiple benefits to vulnerable communities.

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Philadelphia Water Department
  • Using localized green infrastructure to combat CSOs in Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

    Milwaukee, WI, USA

    Comprehensive localized green infrastructure strategies across public and private properties to combat flooding.

    General obligation bond
    Utility rates
  • Green Infrastructure in St. Louis to reduce CSOs & provide community amenities

    St. Louis, MO, USA

    Institutional ratepayer and vacant lot participation in Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's Rainscaping Large Scale Grants Program to install green infrastructure on their private property and bring multiple benefits to vulner...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District
  • Bronx River Houses Green Infrastructure

    A joint project between New York's Department of Environmental Protection and New York City Housing Authority, the Bronx River Houses green infrastructure installation is the first pilot project of the NYC Green Infrastructure Pl...

  • Middle Blue River Basin Green Solutions Pilot Project

    The Middle Blue River Basin Green Solutions Pilot Project was the first green infrastructure project under the City of Kansas City’s Overflow Control Program. The purpose of the project was to test a wide range of infrastructure ...