University Of Pennsylvania’s “Green” Work of Art

Sep 13

University Of Pennsylvania’s “Green” Work of Art

The University of Pennsylvania has been both resourceful and innovative in the creation of sustainable “green” projects. Within the last decade, collaborators formed an outstretched area of land intended for use by the Penn community, named Shoemaker Green. This 2.75-acre park on the campus, resembles a large bathtub in design and is multi-faceted in...

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Philadelphia Assists Homeowner’s with Basement Flooding Guard

Aug 26

Philadelphia Assists Homeowner’s with Basement Flooding Guard

The Philadelphia Water Department is tirelessly dealing with an on-going problem: unrelenting flooding issues for home and business owners.  In some instances, flooding may be the result of defects in the property’s sewer lateral. Philadelphia’s combined sewer system, which was built back in the late 1800s and early 1900s, was designed to handle both wastewater...

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Philadelphia’s Pilot Project for Infrastructure Proposals

Jun 24

Philadelphia’s Pilot Project for Infrastructure Proposals

The City of Philadelphia is asking for assistance from the community on new and innovative ways to reduce the cost of the city’s green stormwater infrastructure program, beginning with more effective analysis of underground conditions and utility locations. To protect Philadelphia’s waterways, the city is financing a green stormwater infrastructure program. In...

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