In this on-demand webinar, learn about complex definitions of green storm water infrastructure (GSI) and common misconceptions of GSI
The tide is shifting in the storm water industry from grey to green. With increasing pressure to provide innovative, aesthetically pleasing and natural hydrologic replication, how and when do BMPs of the past convert to green storm water infrastructure? With buzzwords and language being discussed, such as nature-based storm water systems and sponge cities, where do we start implementing regenerative storm water solutions?
In this webinar, we will discuss the complex definitions of Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) and common misconceptions of GSI – from high costs to unknown performance, explore maintenance protocols and examine what the future holds for green and sustainable storm water control measures (SCMs).
- Explore the vast terms and trends in green storm water infrastructure, including the benefits to the hydrology cycle and treatment of both water quality and quantity.
- Myth-bust the common perceptions of roadblocks and obstacles to implementing GSI like budgetary restrictions, contradictory incentives and mysterious maintenance implications.
- Showcase case studies where GSI was instrumental in water treatment, how neglected GSI can hinder performance and best practices to ensure your investment is protected.