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Effects of Urban Development on Stream Ecosystems in Nine Metropolitan Study Areas Across the United States Urban development is an important agent of environmental change in the United States. The u...

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Caltrans is currently in the process of renewing its statewide NPDES permit. The new permit language emphasizes use of LID to reduce runoff volumes. BMPs that infiltrate, capture and use, or evapotran...

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On August 1, 2012, the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) reissued 3 general NPDES municipal stormwater permits – click here for information

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The 2012 Western Washington manual was published in August and consists of 5 volumes. Click here for information about the manual, including a summary of the major changes and how to get a printed cop...

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An updated final version (July 2012) is now available. The guidebook, developed by the Puget Sound Partnership, in collaboration with the Department of Ecology and with assistance from AHBL, Inc.,...

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Click here to access King County, Washington’s Site Management Plan (SIMpla), published in May 2012

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The draft 2012 LID Technical Guidance Manual for Puget Sound is available for review. Comments are due by COB February 9, 2012. Comments should be submitted via the web based tool listed below. ht...

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The Puget Sound Partnership and WSU Extension have published a detailed analysis of bioretention soil media components commonly available in Western Washington, and provides recommendations to maximiz...

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SPU’s RainWise program provides Seattle residents with comprehensive tools and information to reduce runoff and stormwater pollution.  The main program website contains links to educational...

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The final draft of “Integrating LID into Local Codes: A Guidebook for Local Governments” is now available. The guidebook, developed by the Puget Sound Partnership, in collaboration wit...

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