Posted on Feb 22, 2021 in Guidance Documents , Design, Climate change adaptation, Reuse
HOT OFF THE PRESS: The long-awaited Public Health Guidelines for Water Reuse and Stormwater Use have been issued by Alberta Health.Continue Reading
CSA W210 Prioritization of Flood Risk in Existing Communities is open for public review until April 10/21
Posted on Feb 22, 2021 in Guidance Documents , Climate change adaptation, Flooding, Existing Communities
The CSA Group has released standard W210 Prioritization of Flood Risk in Existing Communities for public review.Continue Reading
Posted on Oct 28, 2018 in Modelling and Calculators, Guidance Documents , Flooding
EPCOR has released the results of its public survey on citizen priorities for protecting against floods and proposes to review a mix of grey and green solutions.Continue Reading
Posted on Oct 28, 2018 in Guidance Documents , Water Quality
The City of Calgary has released its Source Water Protection Plan. The two main risks identified in the plan are stormwater and wildfire.Continue Reading
Posted on May 22, 2018 in Guidance Documents , Volume Targets, Stream Stability, Water Quality, Riparian Setbacks
Nose Creek was the first watershed in Alberta to implement a runoff volume control target. The updated plan calls for the target to be held at the 2013 level pending additional modelling and monitoring work and introduction of provincial reuse policy, guidelines, and performance criteria. In addition, the plan calls for a redevelopment runoff volume control target and related water quality objectives to be established, and to improve certainty and timeliness of approvals incorporating LID. The plan also addresses riparian setbacks and water quality. Comments are being accepted until June 15, 2018.Continue Reading
Posted on May 22, 2018 in Guidance Documents , Inspection, Monitoring, Erosion and Sediment Control
This Standard specifies minimum requirements for the inspection of ESC measures throughout the duration of a construction project, as well as requirements and recommendations for monitoring certain water quality parameters. Review is open until July 2, 2018.Continue Reading
Posted on Apr 09, 2018 in Guidance Documents , Design, Construction, Bioretention, Climate change adaptation
The National Research Council of Canada, under its Climate Resilient Buildings and Core Public Infrastructure Program, is supporting the development of standards that integrate and enhance climate change adaptation. The Green Infrastructure Technical Committee has produced its first standards, now open for public review, on the Design and Construction of Bioretention Systems.
Public comments are open until April 23, 2018 for the construction standard; and May 27 for the design standard.