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WEF is Now Accepting Videos for 2014 StormTV Project

For the third year in a row, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) will host the StormTV Project. It is an effort to collect and share innovative stormwater videos in four categories: nonprofit and government programs, for-profit projects, stormwater equipment, and public education. The goal of the project is to recognize and highlight the work of […]

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WEF Announces Winners of Stormwater Video Competition

The StormTV Project is a video competition developed by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) with the goal of sharing creative ways of managing stormwater, improving water quality, and informing the public about stormwater management. Winners include LandStudies, Inc.; Portland Bureau of Environmental Services; the Chesapeake Bay Program; WesTech Engineering, Inc.; and the Washington Stormwater Center. […]

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WEF Seeks Innovative Stormwater Videos

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) will hold its second annual StormTV Project, a call for videos of innovative stormwater programs and projects. The purpose of this project is to share, through video, creative ways of managing stormwater, improving water quality, and informing the public. The top videos in four categories will be selected by a […]

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WEF Announces Top Stormwater Videos at 2012 Stormwater Symposium

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) collected more than 35 videos via the Stormwater Call for Media, an effort to collect and share innovative stormwater projects. The top two videos aired at the 2012 Stormwater Symposium. Under One Umbrella, by KPFF Consulting Engineers, features a bioretention area that is also a stormwater fountain and community gathering […]

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Arlington County, Va., Rain Garden Traps Pollutants and Educates Visitors

Powhatan Springs Park in Arlington, Va., is an example of an innovative rain garden design that combines bioretention with stormwater education. The children’s rain garden exposes and animates the flow and collection of rainwater, while the soil media and wetland plants help remove sediments, nutrients, and other pollutants. The garden, combined with an underground cistern, […]

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