We’ve compiled this list of resources from around the nation which highlight the use of compost products for stormwater management, erosion control, pollutant filters and reducing site discharge.
- Building Soil: Guidelines and Resources For Implementing Soil Quality and Depth BMP T5.13 (Washington DOE Stormwater Management Manual)
- Achieving the Post-construction Soil Standard” (King County, Washington)
- Building the Soil for Cleaner Water, Healthier Streams, Successful Landscapes, and Healthy Communities – Best Practices, Case Studies, Other Resources (Soils for Salmon, Washington Organic Recycling Council)
- Technical Information on Compost BMP’s and Erosion Control Products (Filtrexx Sustainable Technologies)
- Compost Based Stormwater Best Management Practices (U.S. EPA Webinars)
- “Using Compost for Erosion Control & Stormwater Management Solving Problems on Tough Sites” (U.S. EPA Region 5, Dwayne Stenlund, Minnesota DOT)
- “Soil Strategies for Stormwater Management, Erosion Control, and Landscape Success” (Soils for Salmon Project, Washington Organic Recycling Council)
- “The Soil and Water Quality Link – Using Composted Products for Effective Stormwater Management” (Rodney W. Tyler, Filtrexx International)
- “Composting and Stormwater Management – Tapping the Potential” (BioCycle, August 2002)
- “LID, GSI and the Shifting Stormwater Paradigm” (presented by Stone Environmental)
Learn more about Vermont’s Green Stormwater Infrastructure Initiative managed by the DEC Watershed Management Division.
Changes to the State of Vermont Stormwater Management Manual are expected to be released soon. For more info visit here.