Texas Green Infrastructure Case Study: POST Houston

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
July 26, 2023
Price
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Overview

Green infrastructure is a cost-effective and sustainable way to manage storm water runoff, improve water quality, and enhance native biodiversity.

Green infrastructure is a cost-effective and sustainable way to manage stormwater runoff, improve water quality, and enhance native biodiversity. Green infrastructure systems can be implemented in a variety of locations, from individual homes and businesses to watersheds and rangelands. This case study discusses the POST Houston and the green infrastructure practices used in its design and construction. (2 pages)

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