H2infO provides a general discussion forum to share information on watershed source protection and urban water quality issues considering projects in Canada and internationally.
Our purpose is to exchange information, promote ideas and grow peer-based support for low impact design and development.
We put special emphasis in topics related to lot level storm water source control, and sewer use pollution prevention through discussion and information exchange concerning:
• stormwater infrastructure design techniques and implementation
H2infO exists to add capacity to the municipal and NGO sectors in the fields of LID and storm water management.
This list is appropriate for watershed NGOs, municipal, provincial and federal officials, landscape architects, engineers, developers and builders, land use conservationists, land trusts, planners, site and city engineers, and local regulatory professionals. We strongly encourage Canadian issue awareness although United States and international participation and references are welcomed.
Please direct inquiries about RiverSides' H2infO to firstname.lastname@example.org.
H2infO is a moderated, closed list - only subscribers can post directly to the list.
To subscribe to H2infO listserv send us a request at email@example.com.
RiverSides H2infO is the list serv of the RiverSides and the Homeowners' Guide to Rainfall. H2infO is hosted on Web Networks.
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