Product Guide Stormwater Treatment Texas-based Design Workshop used the FocalPoint stormwater system on the Bagby Street green infrastructure project in Houston and will integrate the systems into a project for ASLA. Photo: Design Workshop Behind the recommendations Related articles Behind the recommendations Related articles Stormwater Treatment Packaged systems and components designed to support low-impact development, and with TARP or TAPE testing More about Stormwater Treatment Cleaning Up Stormwater: Understanding Pollutant Removal from Runoff Green Roof Study Finds Big Variation in Stormwater Retention Stormwater Biofiltration That’s Also Smaller and Cheaper Maximizing principles of low-impact development, FocalPoint offers biological stormwater treatment for streetscapes, parking lots, and other tight spaces. Putting a “LID” on Harmful Stormwater Runoff Low-impact development (LID) minimizes pavement and maximizes rainwater infiltration, filtering out pollution and preventing erosion. Natural Stormwater Treatment Saves Salmons’ Lives A new study shows biofiltration systems save the lives of salmon and the insects they prey on. How’s that for a stormwater quality metric? Urban Runoff Bad for Biodiversity in Streams "Blue Roof" Adds Stormwater Detention Alongside Green Roof in New York Combined Sewer Overflow New Concepts in LEED v4 Past versions of LEED have helped make FSC and other concepts practically household terms. Where is LEED v4 taking the green building conversation next?