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Non-Traditional Workers & the Stormwater Industry: A Conversation on Diversity and Inclusion

Non-Traditional Workers & the Stormwater Industry: A Conversation on Diversity and Inclusion

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Join us to explore leveraging the gig economy to recruit non-traditional workers to the stormwater industry. We will discuss the role of diversity and...
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Transforming IDDE

Transforming IDDE

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
The City of Rockville is a NPDES MS4 Phase II community located in the Washington, DC metro area. The City has refocused its Illicit...
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Reimagine Middle Branch

Reimagine Middle Branch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Reimagine Middle Branch is the most ambitious environmental justice project in the country, transforming the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River from Baltimore’s forgotten...
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Increasing the Delivery of Residential Stewardship Practices in Urban Watersheds

Local stormwater managers will need to play a greater role in enhancing public involvement, expanding stormwater education and delivering residential stewardship practices.

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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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Technical Bulletin No 5: Design for High Intensity Redevelopment Projects

Technical Bulletin No 5: Design for High Intensity Redevelopment Projects

Managing the quality of stormwater runoff from redevelopment projects in highly urban watersheds can be complex and controversial.

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Technical Bulletin No 3: Implications of the Impervious Cover Model

Technical Bulletin No 3: Implications of the Impervious Cover Model

The Impervious Cover Model (ICM) was first proposed in 1994 as a management tool to diagnose the severity of future stream problems in urban subwatersheds.

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Ultra-Urban Stormwater Design and Retrofitting

Stormwater in the city is very different than in a suburban county. Webcast covers why redevelopment is difficult, but important.

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Urban Bioretention

Urban Bioretention

The Urban Bioretention design specification covers special bioretention applications in highly urban areas, including stormwater planters, expanded tree pits and stormwater curb extensions.

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