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  • Subject: Re: [Greenyes Digest] V2 #25 Urban Stormwater Management.
  • From: "Blair Pollock" <bpollock@co.orange.nc.us>
  • Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2001 18:04:03 -0400
try contracting Phil Berke at University of North Carolina Dept. of CIty and Regional Planning, he is directing/communicating w/ two major studies of a small urban watershed in Chapel Hill NC. Also in Middleton WI there is some new innoative work being done on erosion and sediment and turbidity control. also check the journal of Stormwater Management. blair

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Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 09:41:55 -0500
From: "Chris Cloutier" <chris@e4partners.com>
Subject: [GreenYes] A Little Off-Topic

I am working with four neighborhood groups to develop a non-profit that will
work to improve and protect the water quality in two urban lakes and one
creek. I am looking for urban stormwater management methods that are: 1)
tested and proven; 2) developing and increasing in practice; and, 3)
experimental and need to be tested.

Any direction would be greatly appreciated.

Chris

Chris Cloutier
e4 partners, inc.
2801 21st Ave S
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
612.278.7140
612.278.7141 (f)
www.e4partners.com 



__________________________________________________
Blair Pollock
Solid Waste Programs Manager
(919) 968-2788
fax: (919) 932-2900
PO Box 17177
Chapel Hill, NC 27516-7177






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