NACWA has been at the forefront of efforts to advocate for the use of green infrastructure as one way to address the nation’s clean water challenges that result from wet weather. Green infrastructure includes vegetated swales, rain gardens, porous concrete, and rain barrels to capture or divert storm water that otherwise would go directly into the sewer system and uses nature’s own mechanisms for treatment.
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- Hot Topics in Clean Water Law Web Seminar
September 16, 2-3:15pm ET
NACWA Fall Strategic Leadership Retreat & Board of Directors Meeting
November 2 – 3, 2015
Westin Lake Las Vegas, Henderson, NV