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All posts tagged: Green Infrastructure

blog entries tagged "Green Infrastructure"




Stormwater Pioneer: Business Makes Smart Move, Helps Our Rivers

Thursday, November 12, 2015  |  Brian.R

For the past 20 years, Popi’s Italian Restaurant has been a beloved fixture in its South Philadelphia community, building a stellar reputation for excellent cuisine in a family-friendly setting. Recently, co-owner Gina Rucci made a smart business move that we’re excited to celebrate. Rucci used over $94,000 from Philadelphia Water to improve her property and neighborhood, all while lowering her st...

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Green Infrastructure on the Evening News?! Yes Please.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015  |  Brian.R

So, we were naturally thrilled when 6ABC ran a short clip about the new “living wall” project on 3rd Street in Independence Park! Since this project is designed to inspire others to think about green infrastructure as something that can be beautiful AND good for the environment, we certainly think this stunning billboard for green tools deserves its (at least!) 15 seconds of fame....

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Join Us: Updates on E. Poplar and Point Breeze Green Infrastructure Improvements

Monday, October 12, 2015  |  Brian.R

We have two community meetings coming up this week to update residents on plans for green infrastructure improvements in their neighborhoods. These meetings are designed to provide important information about upcoming construction and to get feedback from neighbors, so if you live near one of these projects, please come out to learn more!...

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New Bill Encourages Green Roofs, Density

Thursday, October 8, 2015  |  Brian.R

Green City, Clean Waters is the biggest plan in the U.S. designed to manage stormwater with green infrastructure, and that means Philadelphia Water will take all the help it can get from developers who want to add value to their properties while also lessening the negative environmental impacts with green stormwater tools....

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