Industry Experts Demystify Blue Green Roofs & Detention

Innovative method to mitigate urban flooding

Green Roof Specialist Dr. Karen a NLSM panelist on Grey to Green Conference 2021.

Blue-Green Infrastructure combines natural and semi-natural, or engineered features, to deliver a wide rand of ecosystem services.  Blue-Green Infrastructure is gaining popularity due to its effectiveness in mitigating urban flooding while also addressing a number of other challenges including biodiversity, urban heat island, air quality and more.

Watch Video of Dr Karen Liu and Industry Colleagues 

Dr. Karen Liu of Next Level Stormwater Management along with Richard Hayden, American Hydrotech, Jeremy Wright, Zinco Canada and Kees Govers, Liveroof Ontario offered a lively and informative panel discussion at the Grey to Green Conference by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. Watch the full discussion below.

Interested to Learn More? Attend Symposium 

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities presents Blue Green Technologies For Urban Design Virtual Symposium on August 24, 2021. Attend and get 3.75 AIA, ASLA, APLD LU|HSW and 4 GRP credits. Register here today

 

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Next Level Stormwater Management  is Canada’s leading supplier of pre-vegetated roofs such as LiteN’Less™, Xeroflor® and StormCap™ systems. We customize to local requirements and offer warranty and maintenance support. Our team provides analytical support such as ​stormwater calculations specific to location ​and building/roof type. As a Purple-Roof partner, Next Level Stormwater Management has access to the latest green roof stormwater test data and related innovative hydrologic modeling tool.

Email or call (416) 637-5772 Ext 1 for stormwater calculations specific to your project.Urbanscape Detention logo by Knauf Insulation

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