|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||March 6, 2020|
University of Massachusetts Amherst
IN-24: Natural Wastewater Systems
Total adjusted for non-applicable credits
Institution uses natural wastewater systems to treat and manage at least 10 percent of its wastewater through on-site infiltration and/or re-use.
Appropriate strategies include constructed treatment wetlands, Living Machines, and other technologies that treat wastewater by mimicking the biological, chemical, and physical processes occurring in natural wetlands.
This credit is optional and may be earned by any institution that meets the criteria.
An institution earns 0.5 bonus points when at least 25 percent of wastewater is managed through on-site infiltration and/or re-use. Partial points are available. An institution for which 10-24 percent of wastewater is managed naturally earns 0.25 points.
Report current initiatives and results from within the three years prior to the anticipated date of submission.
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