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Almost a year after publishing our digital case study about the development known as “USC Village” we see the intricate stormwater capture system hard at work after the first rainfall since its opening in August. An article written by Ron Mackovich and published on the USC News website offers understanding of how the many BMPs, […]

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The University of Southern California (USC) may fly colors that are red and gold, but they love being green. Since 2008, USC has installed over a dozen drywells across the campus to manage stormwater and promote groundwater recharge. Fortunately, the USC campus is situated above very well drained deposits of sand and gravel, which have […]

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