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Low-Impact Development Design Strategies: An Integrated Design Approach

Maryland Department of Environmental Resource, June 1999


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Resource IDwynkoop2009
Resource titleLow-Impact Development Design Strategies: An Integrated Design Approach
Author(s)Prince George's County
Publication/ sourceMaryland Department of Environmental Resource
Date publishedJune 1999
Summary text/ abstractLow-impact development (LID) is a radically different approach to conventional stormwater management. It is our belief that LID represents a significant advancement in the state of the art in stormwater management. LID enhances our ability to protect surface and ground water quality, maintain the integrity of aquatic living resources and ecosystems, and preserve the physical integrity of receiving streams. Prince George's County, Maryland's Department of Environmental Resources has pioneered several new tools and practices in this field, which strive to achieve good environmental designs that also make good economic sense. The purpose of this manual is to share some of our experiences, and show how LID can be applied on a national level.
Library categoriesLand Rights, Planning System, Simplicity
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