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Dan Pankani Coauthors Article on Estimating and Regionalizing Costs in the National Stormwater Calculator for Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment

Dan Pankani, (Oregon) coauthored an article entitled “Estimating Regionalized Planning Costs of Green Infrastructure and Low-impact Development Stormwater Management Practices: Updates to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s National Stormwater Calculator” for publication in Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment on December 23, 2020.

Dan's coauthors were Jason Bernagros, U.S. EPA, Marion Deerhake, RTI, and Scott Struck.

Dan Pankani is a licensed Engineer in Oregon with more than 18 years of experience in software development and water resources engineering. He has been involved in a comprehensive array of water resources, data management and best management practice design/retrofit projects for both private and public clients.

The Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment presents activity and research developments in water issues, challenges, and opportunities throughout the developed landscape. The scope covers sustainable stormwater management and broader water systems interactions. Subjects include urban stormwater quantity, quality, hydrology, characterization, treatability, and impacts; water harvesting; urban water ecosystem services; sustainable urban watershed management; urban streams; combined sewer overflow/stormwater interactions; urban energy/water interactions; on-site/decentralized water and wastewater systems, life cycle analysis; and related policy, implementation, and economics.

Abstract

Estimating regional costs of green infrastructure (GI) and low-impact development (LID) stormwater management controls is an important issue for many municipalities and water utilities in the United States. The National Stormwater Calculator (NSWC) is a site-scale, planning-level tool. A regional cost estimation methodology was recently added to the NSWC, enabling users to estimate region-specific capital and maintenance costs of commonly used GI controls. This paper discusses the approach used to estimate and regionalize costs in the NSWC.

More Information

About the article: https://ascelibrary.org/doi/10.1061/JSWBAY.0000934
About Publication: https://ascelibrary.org/journal/jswbay
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