|Overall Rating||Bronze - expired|
|Submission Date||April 27, 2011|
University of Mount Union
OP-23: Stormwater Management
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Director of Physical Plant
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 University of Mount Union has a storm water management initiative in place for both new development projects and all on-going campus operations. The new development project initiative focuses on the use of a comprehensive storm water pollution control plan. Components of the plan include the use of silt fencing, inlet protectin using wire mesh and geotextile fabric, and sediment traps. All stock piled soils are seeded to reduce erosion.
The on-going campus ooperation initiative includes the construction of bio-retention swales, underground detention systems and above ground detetion ponds. Permeable pavement systems are an additional part of our storm water management plan.
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:
Does the institution have porous paving?:
A brief description of the institution's porous paving:
Paving bricks on top of a pourous limestone base used in parking areas.
Does the institution have retention ponds?:
A brief description of the institution's retention ponds:
We have 2 large retention ponds on campus. Each one is approximately 100' wide x 200' long.
Does the institution have stone swales?:
A brief description of the institution's stone swales:
As part of the campus on-going stormwater management plan, we use stone in a swale to filter stormwater runoff.
Does the institution have vegetated swales?:
A brief description of the institution's vegetated swales:
We use native plants in a Bio-Rentention swale to filter storm water run-off.
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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