LID Technologies (RV-10545AW)
A low-impact development (LID) design approach is defined as a combination of hydrologically functional site design with pollution prevention measures to compensate for land development impacts on hydrology and water quality. This course will provide an overview and introduction into the philosophy, objectives, various design approaches, economic and environmental benefits, and management practices of low-impact development. Specifically, course will demonstrate how to develop land and maintain the predevelopment hydrologic regime by using current structural and nonstructural storm water management technological approaches.
Health, Safety and Welfare
Comprehend the economic, environmental, and watershed protection limitations of conventional storm water management
Comprehend the new philosophies and paradigms, principles and practices of LID watershed management
Realize the economic and environmental benefits of LID approaches
Accurately assess the application of this new technology to meet the requirements and objectives of federal and state storm water objectives
Comprehend design, construction, management and maintenance practices associated with LID BMP measures
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