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Developing a National Standard for Building Flood Resilient Communities

The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) is leading the way in recognizing the impact of flooding and will, as a next step, commit additional funding towards the development of a… read more →

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How green roofs can protect city streets from flooding

Spring and summer 2017 have been among the wettest on record in eastern North America. In other parts, cities like Houston had to cope with devastating floods. Below is an excerpt… read more →

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Designing community green spaces is important to Canadians, no matter what the cost

Green spaces are important, no matter the price tag.  “Canadians agree, community green spaces are an integral part of our identity,” said Karen Clarke-Whistler, Chief Environment Officer, TD Bank Group.… read more →

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Showcasing the LiteN’LessTM “Soilless” Pre-Vegetated System – Newest Project Ottawa Condo

LiteN’Less: Clean and simple. Next Level Stormwater Management TM‘s latest project is this condo amenity space in Ottawa on June 2, 2017. This gorgeous space boasts the LiteN’LessTM vegetated system,… read more →

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Honored by CSC ‘s “Article of the Year” Award

“Designing extensive and semi-extensive vegetated roofs for long-term performance” was named “Article of the Year” at the Construction Specifications Canada National Conference in Kelowna, B.C., earning the 2017 F. Ross… read more →

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As untreated sewage overflows into our rivers and lakes, people and pets at risk to get sick

Not only are the recent rain heavy rains causing homes to flood, road closures and power outages,  rivers and lakes are getting terribly polluted due to “combined sewer overflow” discharge.… read more →

Next Level Stormwater Management’s contribution to wind testing science and technical knowlege

Next Level Stormwater Management (NLSM) was a key partner with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and industry partners, in developing the Canadian Standard Test Method for Wind Resistance… read more →

Advancements in efficient stormwater management in vegetated roofing

Photo courtesy Greg Van Riel/ Next Level Stormwater Management Vegetated roofing has long been recognized as an effective stormwater management tool in urban centres to help store and attenuate runoff… read more →

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Toronto Introduces New Eco-Roof Incentive Changes

Exciting new changes to the Eco-Roof Incentive program were revealed at the start of 2017 and are expected to further support vegetated roof installations throughout Toronto.  In addition to the… read more →

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