|Submission Date||Sept. 11, 2014|
OP-23: Stormwater Management
Facilities Planning and Campus Development
Does the institution have a policy, plan, and/or strategies to reduce stormwater runoff from new development projects? :
Does the institution have a policy, plan, and/or strategies to reduce stormwater runoff from ongoing campus operations? :
A brief description of the institution's stormwater management initiatives:
In July of 2011, Fanshawe College retained a consulting firm to review and make suggestions on Storm Water Management (SWM) on campus. This report outlines comprehensive plans on SWM for both ongoing and new development projects. Using this report as a guide, Fanshawe has implemented many strategies to mitigate stormwater runoff including oil interceptors in parking lot storm drains, interceptor trenches around the campus, and have future plans to construct a SWM wet-pond quantity/quality facility. Most notably, the new Z Building features a storm water reclamation system that collects rainwater in an underground storage tank and recycles it for toilet flushing and site irrigation.
The website URL where information about the institution's stormwater management initiatives, plan or policy is available:
Does the institution have a living or vegetated roof?:
A brief description of the institution's living or vegetated roof:
43,000 sf of living roof is located on Z building. Additionally, there is a small (250 sf) living roof on D building that is used for research in the Horticulture Technology Program.
Does the institution have porous paving?:
A brief description of the institution's porous paving:
Does the institution have retention ponds?:
A brief description of the institution's retention ponds:
Does the institution have stone swales?:
A brief description of the institution's stone swales:
Does the institution have vegetated swales?:
A brief description of the institution's vegetated swales:
Does the institution employ any other technologies or strategies for stormwater management?:
A brief description of other technologies or strategies for stormwater management employed:
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