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Last updated: 09/26/2005


 

Residential development utilizing LID controls.

Source: LID Center

Tree preservation and stormwater infiltration areas.

Source: LID Center

Bioretention area in roadway median.

Source: LID Center

Residential rain barrels collect roof runoff and can provide irrigation water.

Source: LID Center

Rain garden that collects roadway runoff.

Source: LID Center

Vegetated swales during a wet weather event.

Source: LID Center

Vegetative landscaping.

Source: City of Vancouver Greenways Program

Stormwater collection and infiltration areas in an apartment complex.

Source: LID Center

Runoff from a disconnected downspout drains to a vegetated infiltration area.

Source: LID Center

Trash and debris collected in a stormwater detention pond.

Source: LID Center

Rain garden used for on-site stormwater management at a commercial property.

Source: LID Center

Open section residential roadway drains to vegetated swales.

Source: LID Center

Extensive greenroof on Maryland Department of the Environment’s office building.

Source: Katrin Scholz-Barth Consulting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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