Working Together to Reduce Polluted Runoff with Green Stormwater Infrastructure
This project captures and infiltrates 70% of the runoff from 80 acres of roadway and impervious surfaces that originally flowed untreated into Venema Creek.
15 blocks of roadside rain gardens drain to underground injection control wells and manage runoff from about 32 acres.
This $165 million hospital expansion project to meet growing service demand was designed to achieve LEED® certification. Sustainable features include two landscaped indoor courtyards, a green roof, and a rainwater harvesting system.
At Hillside Church in Kent, World Relief Seattle and several other organizations partnered to empower immigrants, refugees and the local community to create the Paradise Parking Plots Community Garden.
Innovative public-private collaboration between Vulcan Inc. and SPU to reduce the amount of pollution flowing into Lake Union.