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Technical Bulletin No 10: Bioretention Illustrated!

Technical Bulletin No 10: Bioretention Illustrated!

A Visual Guide for Constructing, Inspecting, Maintaining and Verifying the Bioretention Practice

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Technical Bulletin No 9: Nutrient Accounting Methods to Document Local Stormwater Load Reductions

Technical Bulletin No 9: Nutrient Accounting Methods to Document Local Stormwater Load Reductions

This Technical Bulletin outlines the best current science on urban stormwater nutrient management, and is intended to help states and local governments define their baseline loads and choose the most cost effective combination of practices to
meet their local load allocations under the Chesapeake Bay TMDL.

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Financing Stormwater Retrofits in Philadelphia and Beyond

Financing Stormwater Retrofits in Philadelphia and Beyond

Stormwater runoff is a principal cause of urban waterway pollution nationwide, fouling rivers, lakes, beaches, and drinking water supplies. Read the case study by…

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LID Changes Everything: The New Stormwater Maintenance Paradigm

Concerns about maintaining LID practices are a recurring theme among stormwater managers and professionals alike.

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Dry Swale Design Specification

Dry Swale Design Specification

Dry swales are a great way to reduce runoff and maximize pollutant removal within the existing stormwater conveyance system.

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Non-Green Rooftops

Non-Green Rooftops

Roof runoff quality is fundamentally determined by the nature of the roof surface, which can be quire diverse.

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