Turning the tide on storm-water overflow: To mitigate storm-water issues, cities like Philadelphia have increasingly relied on green infrastructure tools such as this tree trench and planters in Philly’s Columbus Square to limit overflow. See more on Philly’s new green infrastructure program at our sister site, www.homescienceblog.blogspot.com. 
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Turning the tide on storm-water overflow: To mitigate storm-water issues, cities like Philadelphia have increasingly relied on green infrastructure tools such as this tree trench and planters in Philly’s Columbus Square to limit overflow. See more on Philly’s new green infrastructure program at our sister site, www.homescienceblog.blogspot.com.

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