The WDNR Standard 1060, Storm Drain Inlet Protection for Construction Sites, has been revised and is available for comment from Tuesday, May 13th to Friday June 6th. The intent of the revision was to include Type D-M and Type D-HR inlet protection devices. The Type D-M and D-HR devices are variations of the existing Type […]
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) will now allow development projects that properly use permeable pavements to receive stormwater credits. Over the last two years, WDNR and the Standards Oversight Council have worked with a diverse team of experts to develop a conservation practice standard for permeable pavement systems that provides guidance on design, […]
Thanks for the feedback. The team will review all comments in December and aims for a final WDNR permeable pavement standard to be released in February 2014. The Standards Oversight Council invites you to provide constructive input on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource’s (WDNR) draft stormwater construction technical standard for permeable pavement. The draft standard […]
The Standards Oversight Council invites all technical standard users to complete the biennial Technical Standards Needs Survey. Every two years, the Council requests input through this survey to help identify successes and improvements needed in Wisconsin’s technical standards for soil and water conservation programs. The 2013 Technical Standards Needs Survey will be accepting responses until July 31, 2013. […]
The Permeable Pavement team, charged with developing a new DNR permeable pavement standard, is meeting on Friday, November 9th from 9:30-3:30pm at the Dane County Land Conservation Department, 1 Fen Oak Drive, Madison, WI 53718. View the agenda.
This is a forum only for Permeable Pavement team members to discuss research, questions, and/or draft language related to the standard development. The team divided into the following groups to discuss these sections. Each group will come to the next meeting with proposed changes to these sections and/or list of unanswered questions, needed research. Surface […]
The newly developed Infiltration Trench (1007) standard is now posted to the DNRPost-Construction Standards webpage. The standard was developed to conform to existing stormwater infiltration laws and regulations, including NR 151.12 and Comm 82.365.