|Overall Rating||Silver - expired|
|Submission Date||Jan. 30, 2012|
State University of New York at Brockport
OP-23: Stormwater Management
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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:
The campus has a Stormwater Management Plan in accordance with NYS Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. We collaborate with and are members of the Stormwater Coalition of Monroe County.
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:
A green earth roof is installed on a MacVicar Hall roof section and there is a plan to install one on the breezeway between our two science buildings.
Does the institution have porous paving?:
A brief description of the institution's porous paving:
Purous concrete sidewalks were installed at Thompson Hall as part of a LEED Gold renovation of this residence hall.
Does the institution have retention ponds?:
A brief description of the institution's retention ponds:
The college has several retention ponds recently built to accommodate stormwater from parking lots and building run-off. All retention ponds are part of the comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan and are checked at least annually for erosion, sediment buildup, vegetative stress and pollution.
Does the institution have stone swales?:
A brief description of the institution's stone swales:
Stone swales were recently installed in our Special Events Recreation Center (SERC) parking areas.
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:
In 2007 we installed Eco-Stones, in cooperation with Harbec Plastics, in our Lot D retention ponds to encourage cattail growth and provide increased contact area for the root structure to uptake and remove pollutants. Our environmental science students have studied the pond, collected samples to determine pollution levels and we continue to see improved quality of the outfall stormwater. We installed a Butterfly Garden in 2010 in cooperation with the Senaca Park Zoo.
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