Illinois city to rely on green infrastructure to reduce combined sewer overflows

As part of a consent decree recently entered into with the U.S. government and the state of Illinois, the city of Peoria, Illinois, and the Greater Peoria Sanitary District have pledged to dramatically reduce combined sewer overflows into the Illinois River in the coming years. For its part, the city has developed an ambitious blueprint to comply with the consent decree’s requirements, primarily by means of implementing green infrastructure such as permeable pavement, bioswales, infiltration trenches, and tree filtration systems.

With plans to monitor its ongoing performance closely, Peoria could serve as a model for cities looking to use

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