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Stormwater Infiltration Data Exceeds Model Prediction for Contaminant Removal
The City of Cudahy designed a permeable paving system to reduce stormwater runoff contaminants, but lacked data on the system’s effectiveness. After g...
ShoreView, MN diverts stormwater runoff using second generation permeable pavement in neighborhoods
The City of Shoreview, Minnesota needed to limit stormwater runoff into Lake Owasso to achieve compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act (CWA). Usin...
City Engineer and DPW Director
San Diego, CA
Stormwater Capture and Reuse Systems Help Achieve Stormwater Management Goals
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is making strides in achieving our stormwater management goals through a stormwater capture and reuse ...
50 Million USD
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
Permeable concrete block system reduces contaminants in stormwater runoff to Lake Michigan
The City of Cudahy needed a green infrastructure solution to remove suspended solids and phosphorous from stormwater runoff entering Lake Michigan and...
90 Thousand USD
Forest Lake, MN
MN Water District and High School Collaborate on Stormwater and Education
A common goal was discovered between multiple organizations in the Forest Lake area to improve both stormwater reuse and stormwater education. The par...
422 Thousand USD
Forest Lake Area Schools
Using Recycled Tires to Meet Stormwater Management Regulations in Woodbury, MN
Updated stormwater management regulations required the City of Woodbury to improve runoff treatment across impervious surfaces. The city used recycled...
23.3 Million USD
City of Woodbury Public Works Director
Orange County, CA
Asset Management of Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Orange County CA through an Open Source Tool
A study in South Orange County CA on asset management of green stormwater infrastructure led to the development of an open source web-based tool calle...
300 Thousand USD
Orange County Public Works
Perth Amboy, NJ
2nd Street park for brownfield redevelopment and stormwater management
2nd Street Park manages stormwater to improve water quality, is resilient to coastal flooding, and provides creative solutions to capping contaminated...
7.5 Million USD
City of Perth Amboy, Perth Amboy Redevelopment Agency, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
New York, NY
NYC Rooftop Stormwater System Captures 60% of Runoff, Avoiding Sewer Overflows
To combat the vulnerability of its sewer system to stormwater overflows, New York City tested innovative runoff capture programs on building rooftops....
110 Thousand USD