Village of Solvay – Trump & Power Streets Bioretention

2013 Solvay Trump & Power - BEFORE

The Village of Solvay is proposing a bioretention/rain garden project on village-owned land to capture stormwater and reduce inflow and infiltration (I/I) to the sanitary sewer. The project will install a bioretention system at a triangular piece of land at Power, Trump and Gillis streets and at a smaller piece of land immediately to the east across Gillis Street. Flow will reach these low-lying areas through curb cuts.
These green practices will alleviate part of this volume via underground infiltration and evapotransporation processes in the bioretention areas.

2013 SGIP Fact Sheet – Solvay Trump & Power

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$80,000
Total Amount
Cost
3,820,000
Gallons Per Year
Capture

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