Join us for a half-day workshop on Inspection and Maintenance of stormwater BMPs on the Eastern shore of Maryland!
Find out how your community can partake in one of our “silo-busting” Inspection & Maintenance workshops!
In the last year there has been growing recognition about the need to expand pollution prevention activities, particularly at federal facilities.
The Bay states have pioneered new techniques for retrofits to remove pollutants and improve stream health.
If retrofitting your property with a stormwater best management practice (BMP) paid dividends, would you do it?
Urban stormwater retrofits are a major component of many stormwater management efforts. They are a diverse group of practices that provide pollution reduction from existing development that is either currently untreated or is inadequately treated by existing stormwater practices. Examples of retrofits include wet ponds, swales, permeable pavement, and bioretention. …
Introduces a retrofitting practice hierarchy and describes how to find, prioritize, and build the most effective retrofits.
Local stormwater managers will need to play a greater role in enhancing public involvement, expanding stormwater education and delivering residential stewardship practices.
Stormwater runoff is a principal cause of urban waterway pollution nationwide, fouling rivers, lakes, beaches, and drinking water supplies. Read the case study by…
Stormwater retrofitting will be a major strategy for many localities to achieve nutrient reductions to meet more stringent MS4 stormwater permits and TMDLs.