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What is Green Infrastructure?

Green infrastructure is defined by Congress, in the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act, as “the range of measures that use plant or soil systems, permeable pavement or other permeable surfaces or substrates, stormwater harvest and reuse, or landscaping to store, infiltrate, or evapotranspirate stormwater and reduce flows to sewer systems or to surface waters.” 

Due to the unique nature of this type of infrastructure system, it can be integrated into our lives in various types of ways. These ways, are already in place throughout the world. These include: rain storage systems, adding trees to major streets, adding green spaces to neighborhoods and adding green to other hillsides to protect larger areas of natural spaces.

These types of changes that the world is already seeing, have been able to provide cleaner air and water, as well as protect communities from flooding and devastation. With Replenish Waterpower, LLC technology, communities would be able to generate its own dispatchable natural energy by utilizing the various water cycles that are already in place.

Information obtained from: Green Infrastructure | US EPA LAST UPDATED ON MARCH 22, 2022. Green Infrastructure Design and Implementation | US EPA