Whether by increasing potential development yield, introducing tangible amenities for residents, reducing operating costs or building on a broader placemaking strategy, innovative stormwater management
strategies can create value and contribute to the quality of life and resilience in cities," the report says.
Communities will understand and value the contribution stormwater management
makes to flood risk reduction, clean and safe water, climate resiliency, and other benefits.
Dave Steevens, President of Oldcastle Precast commenting on the deal said “We are excited to add these well-known brands as part of our growing portfolio of stormwater management
A survey of research on the expected costs and benefits of a national policy that would induce widespread adoption of LID stormwater solutions found that the benefits would exceed the costs by at least $34 million per year (Braden and Ando, 2012) and a review of case studies found that LID stormwater management
yielded better environmental outcomes at an average of 25% lower costs than conventional infrastructure (EPA, 2007).
Like Holden, West Boylston and Rutland's stormwater management
systems do not discharge into the sewer system.
headquartered in Brookfield, Connecticut, is a national manufacturer of plastic chambers used in subsurface retention/detention stormwater management
systems and septic applications.
Townsend agrees that stormwater management
is important but adds "there is nothing more important than putting cover soil on.
CLF is working with municipalities in the Blackstone River watershed to incorporate smart growth practices into municipal stormwater management
plans in order to reduce runoff into the river.
CULTEC's low profile CONTACTOR[TM] chambers accommodate on-site wastewater treatment system installations or high water table stormwater management
To meet these and other regulations, as well as to reduce the site's "potential to pollute," the engineers suggested that we install the Stormwater Management
StormFilter, a StormGate Separator and a detention pond.
The city "also lost $14, million in stormwater management
TABCO, the developer of Somerset, a residential subdivision in Prince George's County, was a pioneer in using the rain garden for stormwater management