SEAMLESS SWMM5 AND GIS INTEGRATION
By seamlessly integrating GIS with SWMM5, InfoSWMM Sustain helps watershed practitioners at all levels develop stormwater management evaluations and cost optimizations to meet their program needs. The software can evaluate numerous potential combinations of LIDs and BMPs to as runoff volume and/or pollutant loading reductions. It lets users select suitable locations for common structural LIDs/ drainage area, slope, hydrological soil group, groundwater table depth, road buffer, stream buffer, and building buffer. The following structural LID/BMP options are fully supported:
optimal management strategy for reaching their hydrology and quality goals based on global cost effectiveness. Users can now quickly evaluate complex decisions about green infrastructure selection and placement performance, costs of effectively manage and reduce urban runoff risks.
Among its many vital applications, InfoSWMM Sustain provides critically needed support to federal, state, local, and watershed practitioners in developing TMDL implementation plans and identifying management practices to achieve pollutant reductions under a separate municipal storm sewer system (MS4) stormwater permit. It is also invaluable in determining optimal green infrastructure strategies for
models are also fully supported, along with 13 different hydrology methods.
implementation on water quantity and quality in urban streams, and developing a phased BMP installation plan using cost effectiveness curves.
OPTI OPTIMIZED BEST SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN MAN
taking climate change and stakeholder views and preferences
POWERFUL OPTIMIZATION CAPABILITIES
InfoSWMM Sustain lets users optimize the entire system, not only individual subcatchments. It uses advanced evolutionary optimization techniques including scatter search II). Users can also evaluate multiple green infrastructure scenarios, enabling them to effectively determine the
water management plan featuring the most sustainable that will stand the test of time and be adaptable to future changes in the climate.
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