Case Study for Rural Stormwater Management Model RSWMM Project

A new tool was needed for rural areas to better manage stormwater, to slow runoff down, store it, and filter it to improve water quality. The Rural Stormwater Management Model (RSWMM) is a new modeling software tool to help conservation and stewardship professionals, drainage engineers, landowners, and communities. The software can help to identify the projects that work best to reduce stormwater impacts and assess the project scale and locations that may work best.

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Case study in English - Rural Stormwater Management Model RSWMM Project (700 kb PDF file - large size)

L’étude de cas - En français - Modèle Informatique pour la Gestion des Eaux Pluviales en Milieu Rural (600 kb - Grand)

 

 

 

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Ontario has released a final report about communities in the province that have developed new water management tools with support of Ontario’s Showcasing Water Innovation program. A project by Ausable Bayfield Conservation and the Healthy Lake Huron: C
Friday, November 27, 2015   [details]

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