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2011

Puget Sound Green Infrastructure Partnership unveils new Stormwater Research Center


EPA Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe (100×150)
The Partnership consists of agencies from the Tacoma and Pierce County region along with the Puyallup tribe, working to address modern challenges associated with water pollution, particularly that caused by stormwater runoff. The Center is a partnership between Washington State University and the University of Washington Tacoma Center for Urban Waters.

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United States EPA Launches Green Infrastructure Drive


EPA Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe (100×150)
“Green infrastructure changes improve the health of our waters while creating local jobs, saving communities money and making them healthier and more prosperous places to raise a family and start a business.”

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Sustainable Service Delivery Links Land Use Planning, Watershed Health and


“The term Sustainable Service Delivery describes a life-cycle way of thinking about infrastructure needs and how to pay for those needs over time. The link between asset management and the protection of a community’s natural resources is emerging as an important piece in Sustainable Service Delivery,” emphasizes Glen Brown.

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