Spatial and Temporal Scaling of Biofilter Media Performance Data and Updates to WinSLAMM

There are many publications reporting the performance of isolated stormwater controls, but relatively few that have examined how the use of many of these controls function at larger scales and […]

Wisconsin Sedimentation & Erosion Control Inspector (WISECI) Best Management Practices

Learn techniques to manage construction site stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) and eliminate problems before they cause higher costs and slowdowns for your project. Save time and money by avoiding […]

Identifying Sources of Contaminants in Urban Stormwater and Evaluation of Their Removal Efficacy Through Urban Best Management Practices

Precipitation events in urban areas often result in stormwater runoff containing a diverse array of chemical contaminants with recent evidence suggesting that these include trace organic compounds (TrOCs), including pharmaceuticals, […]

Stormwater Workshop

The workshop has a focus on BMP maintenance, TMDL compliance, and more. Experts from around the state will share their experiences in building and maintaining BMPs. Also included are updates on technical […]

Stormwater Workshop

The workshop has a focus on BMP maintenance, TMDL compliance, and more. Experts from around the state will share their experiences in building and maintaining BMPs. Also included are updates on technical […]

Proprietary Storm Water Filtration Devices (1010)

Presenter Eric Rortvedt, WDNR Water Resources Engineer, will go over the new WDNR technical standard of Proprietary Storm Water Filtration Devices (1010). These are commercially available flow-through devices to remove […]

WI Stormwater and Watershed

Join CSWEA Wisconsin Watershed and Stormwater Committee and Marquette University for this webinar offering examples of WEF, regulatory agencies, wastewater utilities, and counties leading efforts to address the water quantity […]

Designing of the Next Generation of Sustainable Urban Stormwater Practices

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 […]

Leaf-Free Streets: Reducing Urban Phosphorus

Trees have long been a valued feature of the urban landscape. They provide a host of benefits such as habitat, aesthetics, energy savings, and noise reduction. Trees are also an important part of the urban hydrologic cycle.

Porous Asphalt Pavement for Stormwater Management

Porous asphalt pavement is a stormwater management solution that reduces stormwater runoff, improves water quality, and reduces the footprint for stormwater management systems.