- National Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas
This database includes information on green infrastructure projects that have been constructed across the country. Search by the type of technology implemented, location, and/or land use type.
- Rainwater Harvesting Tools and Systems in Connecticut
These photos, collected by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, highlight rainwater harvesting tools (e.g. rain gardens and barrels) and systems. Yale University’s rainwater harvesting system, located at Kroon Hall, is featured.
- Rain Gardens and Bioretention Area Installations in Connecticut
This collection of photos, compiled by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, features examples of rain gardens, rain barrels, tree box filters and bioretention area installations across the state. Residential, municipal and commercial applications are included.
- Pervious Pavement Installations in Connecticut
This photo gallery, compiled by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, showcases a handful of pervious pavement installation options that have been implemented across CT, including: grass gravel grid pavers, permeable block pavers, plastic grid pavers, pervious asphalt, recycled tire pavement and pervious concrete. Contact information for DEEP Watershed Management staff is also included.
- Green Roof Implementation Projects in Connecticut
This Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection photo gallery highlights public and private sector green roof projects that have been implemented in communities across the state, including Haddam, Mansfield (UCONN), Essex, Hamden and Hartford. A contact list of DEEP Watershed Management personnel is also featured.
- Jordan Cove Urban Watershed Project
The Jordan Cove Urban Watershed Project began in 1995 and was designed to determine water quantity and quality benefits of using pollution prevention Best Management Practices, including green infrastructure elements, in a residential subdivision. The site was monitored for 10 years. Technical results, recommendations, and the final report are available on the project website at http://www.jordancove.uconn.edu/.
- Hole in the Wall Outdoor Stormwater Classroom
The Town of East Lyme has created an outdoor stormwater classroom at the Hole-in-the-Wall parking lot located in downtown Niantic adjacent to the Long Island Sound. The parking lot has implemented several different green infrastructure technologies and includes signage to inform visitors about the different elements. The site treats 23 acres of stormwater and includes a real-time stormwater monitoring system that can be accessed through the town’s website.
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