Just How Do You Obtain a Performing Topsoil Layer, to Advance Rainwater Management and Water Conservation Goals?

Green Infrastructure Partnership develops primers to provide municipal staff and designers with a starting point for law, policy and technical decisions
“An absorbent topsoil layer has emerged as a fundamental building block for achieving water sustainability outcomes through implementation of green infrastructure practices,” states Raymond Fung, Chair of the Green Infrastructure Partnership (GIP).
“In collaboration with three municipalities, the GIP has developed two primers for local government staff: one deals with Law and Policy; and the other is a Technical Primer. They (were) formally launched at the Bowker Creek Forum in Victoria on February 23, 2010.”
News Release #2010-04
February 9, 2010

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