Green Stormwater Infrastructure

Financing Green Infrastructure: Lessons from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

June 23, 2022 / Comments Off on Financing Green Infrastructure: Lessons from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Communities in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and across the nation are deploying green infrastructure to manage stormwater and provide economic, environmental, and social benefits for residents. Large cities such as Baltimore, Washington, and Philadelphia are leaders in the use of green infrastructure to 1) fulfill regulatory mandates (i.e., reducing combined sanitary-storm sewer overflows, or CSO) […]

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The Economic Impact of Green City, Clean Waters: The First Five Years

June 4, 2019 / Comments Off on The Economic Impact of Green City, Clean Waters: The First Five Years

ESI was commissioned by the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia to articulate the local economic impact of Green City, Clean Waters (GCCW), an ambitious initiative of the Philadelphia Water Department that seeks to invest in green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) projects throughout the City of Philadelphia. GCCW fulfills federally established water quality requirements in ways […]

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Lee Huang will Moderate a Session at the Homes Within Reach Conference

November 15, 2016 / Comments Off on Lee Huang will Moderate a Session at the Homes Within Reach Conference

Our Vice President and Principal, Lee Huang, will be moderating the session titled “Growing Green: How to Increase the Amount of Private Development with Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Your Community” at the Homes within Reach Conference on November 15, 2016 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The panelists, including Anna Shipp, Project Manager at Sustainable Business Network of […]

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Economic Analysis of the Impact of Green City, Clean Waters on the City of Philadelphia

January 29, 2016 / Comments Off on Economic Analysis of the Impact of Green City, Clean Waters on the City of Philadelphia

Green City, Clean Waters (“GCCW”) is an initiative of the Philadelphia Water department that seeks to invest in green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) projects throughout the City of Philadelphia. GCCW is currently in Year 5 of a 25-year program. Econsult Solutions, Inc. (“ESI”) was commissioned by the Sustainable Business Network (“SBN”) and Green Stormwater Infrastructure Partners […]

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