The Trinity Watershed Management (TWM) Department of the City of Dallas relies on the Dallas Floodway System to protect about 4047 ha (10,000 ac) of the city from flooding. The system includes levees, pumping stations, detention basins, and gates. When analysis suggested upgrading six pumping stations and adding two more, TWM found the opportunity to […]
A 2015 stormwater year in review through the lens of resilience
Andrew Potts, Brian Marengo, and Dan Wible of CH2M discuss four strategies for reducing green infrastructure costs gleaned from hundreds of built projects across the U.S.
DC Water is developing a robust asset management program with an adaptive framework to plan proactively for green infrastructure maintenance.
Despite significant challenges to managing stormwater using LID, the Port of Long Beach is committed to using this approach where possible and has developed a port-specific LID manual.
Floating treatment wetlands are an emerging innovation in green technology that have demonstrated significant potential for stormwater management.
Avoiding the pitfalls in setting stormwater utility fees while getting stakeholder support
Nine case studies show how communities across the U.S. are developing tools to overcome stormwater challenges. These solutions will be presented at the 2015 Stormwater Congress.
November marks the 25th anniversary of EPA’s Phase I MS4 program. Geoff Brosseau discusses lessons learned from the past 25 years and shares his insights for the future.
On April 1, the New England Stormwater Collaborative presented its inaugural STORMY Awards, which recognize communities and utilities for their best stormwater ideas that increase efficiency, funding, or political support.