Low Impact Development Strategies - Sustainability TALKS

Curtis Hinman, Senior Scientist and LID Specialist with Herrera Environmental Engineering, introduces the science and engineering behind the most effective Low Impact Development strategies currently being used in new construction and redevelopment to reduce the impacts of polluted stormwater runoff in our local cities. Features bioretention and rain gardens, soil amendments, trees, and rainwater harvesting. Special focus on the unique design, construction and water quality treatment of pervious concrete and porous asphalt parking lots that allow stormwater and toxic load to soak through rather than runoff. Liberty High School features a pervious asphalt parking lot. How does it work?


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