Thursday, November 21, 2019

Tag: green infrastructure

Vegetated Geocellular Retaining Wall Designed as Flood Barrier for Reconstructed Levee

Flood Protection Plan To meet federal requirements for flood mapping of levee-protected areas, a levee reconstruction project for the Indianapolis Southport Advanced Wastewater Treatment (AWT)...

Rocky Mountain Redo

Hammered by a Major Flood Earlier in the Decade, Denver Decided to do Some Digging. By Sam Stevens Severe flooding in Colorado caused the loss of...
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Presto Geosystems Managing Stormwater through LID & GI

Today’s increasingly stringent environmental regulations continue to create the need for Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) management on project sites. New...

Designing with Green Infrastructure

Reduce Stormwater Runoff with Green Walls & Permeable Pavements There is more focus today on designing natural structures that offer stability as well as environmental...

Green infrastructure: Taming the asphalt jungle

Designs that move toward more naturalized stormwater management can help counterbalance impervious urban development. By Gerald DeFelicis, Jr., LLA, RLA, PP, with Maraliese Beveridge Managing surface...

Great Lakes Commission releases green infrastructure policy recommendations

Ahead of a Congressional briefing in Washington, D.C., the Great Lakes Commission (GLC) released a report outlining steps to increase the adoption of green infrastructure in communities across the Great Lakes.

NY DEP announces $400 million Jamaica Bay Improvement Plan

A $400 million plan to further improve the ecological health of Jamaica Bay includes an array of waterbody improvement projects including 50 acres of wetland restoration, seven acres of ribbed mussel installations, and environmental dredging

BioMod modular bioretention system receives equivalency approval from Washington State

Oldcastle Precast announced the BioMod Modular Bioretention System received equivalency approval from the Washington State Department of Ecology as a stormwater bioretention planter or planter box.

WEF announces NGICP Train-the-Trainer Workshop in conjunction with LID Conference

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) invites training professionals with experience in stormwater green infrastructure construction, inspection, or maintenance, and/or a bachelor of science degree in water resource management or environmental science to become an approved trainer in the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP).
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