Managing Wet Weather with Green Infrastructure Handbook Series published by United States Environmental Protection Agency
“How to” manuals for municipal implementation
Written from the American perspective, the Municipal Handbook is a series of documents published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) in 2008 – 2009 to help local officials implement green infrastructure in their communities.
Handbook topics cover issues such as financing, operation and maintenance, incentives, designs, codes & ordinances, and a variety of other subjects. The handbook documents are intended to serve as “how to” manuals on these topics, written primarily from the standpoint of municipal implementation.
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To read the complete story posted on the Water Bucket website, click on Managing Wet Weather with Green Infrastructure Handbook Series published by United States Environmental Protection Agency.
For more information about the way the USEPA is approaching integration of rainwater and stormwater management with infrastructure solutions, click on this link to the USEPA’s Green Infrastructure Homepage.