|Submission Date||March 6, 2020|
Lewis & Clark College
OP-22: Rainwater Management
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Which of the following best describes the institution’s approach to rainwater management?:
A brief description of the institution’s green infrastructure and LID practices:
The application of LEED guidelines and Salmon Safe certification on campus development has improved the overall awareness of the environmental impacts of new construction and renovation projects. The rethinking of rainwater as a resource has led to innovative solutions regarding storm water management on campus in keeping with the City’s goal to manage storm water on-site and reduce overload on city infrastructure. LEED Certified buildings such as Roberts Hall (Residential) and J.R. Howard Hall (Academic), Holmes Residence Hall have served as model projects incorporating on-site storm water infiltration.
A copy of the institution’s rainwater management policy, plan, and/or guidelines:
A brief description of the institution’s rainwater management policy, plan, and/or guidelines that supports the responses above:
Stormwater management policies and practices are incorporated into our Master Plan, municipal permit requirements, and strategies required to maintain Salmon Safe certification.
Website URL where information about the institution’s green infrastructure and LID practices is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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