Reevaluating Stormwater: The Nine Mile Run Model for Restorative DevelopmentĀ 

Presents a model for resolving a history of chronic sewer overflows into the public streets, parks, and waters of the Pittsburgh region, while simultaneously restoring and revitalizing the region's urban communities and watersheds. The model uses physical measures that remove stormwater from sewers and produce additional benefits such as beautification of neighborhoods, creation of public recreational amenities, support of wildlife habitat, cleaning and cooling of urban air.

Rocky Mountain Institute
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