Since 2007, EPA has actively engaged with public and private partners to promote the implementation of sustainable stormwater infrastructure. EPA renewed its commitment to green infrastructure in April of 2011 with the release of an updated Strategic Agenda and the initiation of 10 community partnerships. EPA recognizes local practitioners as the leaders in the implementation of multi-functional green infrastructure and seeks to foster continued innovation through information exchange and the removal of key barriers.
Richmond, VA (May 10, 2012) ACF Environmental today announces two new products designed to keep pollutants out of storm sewer inlets. Curb Master, a curb inlet filter, removes sediment, trash and debris from stormwater runoff as it enters the curb drain. It installs quickly and easily using a unique quick release attachment system. The […]
© photo iStockphoto / DenGuy The truth is, the term “water reuse” is awkward nomenclature. There is no other form of water usage other than water reuse. But the phrase does have meaning in an applied sense. Here we will explore different facets of water reuse as the term applies to engineered applications. Let’s first […]
Innovative engineered wetland technology reduces orthophosphate levels to protect one of the last remaning vernal marshes in southern California.
Philadelphia’s approach offers commercial parcel owners an opportunity to sharply reduce their stormwater fees in exchange for onsite management of rainfall. Report estimates prospective $375M market for third-party investment in stormwater retrofits.
Public-Private partnership between Water Environment Research Foundation & U.S. EPA seeks to fund research projects based on cost management and operational efficacy. Partnerships with wastewater and/or stormwater utilities explicitly encouraged.
New York State Supreme Court finds New York state’s general permit for stormwater discharges falls short in three key areas
23 projects to receiving federal funding
LA County to spend $2M dollars to protect storm drains.
Bill hopes to raise $15M annually for stormwater projects.