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Designing of the Next Generation of Sustainable Urban Stormwater Practices
November 19, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
The design of urban stormwater practices has been under continuous evolution over the last five decades in response to new sizing criteria, flooding concerns, changing climate and practice failure. This webcast will look into the future about what the next generation of stormwater designs may look like, using bioretention and swales as case study. Future practices in the Chesapeake Bay watershed will need to provide more reliable pollutant removal, be resilient in the face of extreme rainfall and have a sustainable maintenance burden that can extend their design life. CSN will briefly summarize some of the key research in each of these areas, and discuss their implications for current and future design. Lastly, CSN will suggest some pathways for adopting these changes into the next generation of stormwater manuals.
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