BC guidance document now available for downloading…. "Sustainable Watershed Systems, through Asset Management"


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Beyond the Guidebook 2015: Moving Towards “Sustainable Watershed Systems, through Asset Management”

Beyond-Guidebook-2015_final_cover_bold borderBC local governments are sharing and learning from each other. Water balance tools and case study experience are in place. Local governments can move beyond traditional infrastructure asset management thinking to account for watershed systems as infrastructure assets. Beyond the Guidebook 2015 is a deliverable flowing from the Georgia Basin Inter-Regional Educational Initiative.

Beyond the Guidebook 2015 is the third in a series that builds on Stormwater Planning: A Guidebook for British Columbia. Local government case study experience provides guidance for a collaborative approach that would achieve cascading objectives for:

  • Watershed Health
  • Resilient Rainwater Management
  • Sustainable Service Delivery

Beyond the Guidebook 2015 is structured in four parts to meet the information needs of different audiences. The “event of record” for release of Beyond the Guidebook 2015 is the Water Balance Forum hosted by Metro Vancouver on November 5

To Learn More:

To download a copy, click on https://waterbucket.ca/viw/files/2015/11/Beyond-Guidebook-2015_final_Nov.pdf

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