TOWNS LOVE THE STORMWATER COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Municipalities that have used SWCAP include: Acton, Adams, Ashland, Bedford, Billerica, Boylston, Chelmsford, Danvers, Dover, Framingham, Franklin, Grafton, Hopkinton, Hudson, Lincoln, Littleton, Lowell, Maynard, Natick, Needham, Newton, North Attleboro, Northborough, Plymouth, Southborough, Stow, Sudbury, Tewksbury, Upton, Wareham, Wayland, Wellesley, Westborough, Westford, Weston.
“It’s exciting to bring the issue of stormwater pollution to the public with such eye-catching and thought-provoking materials. I’m already looking forward to receiving next year’s products.”
-Steve Fogg, Weston Town Engineer
“By utilizing SWCAP’s professional outreach materials, our consulting company is able to focus our efforts on the other four minimum control measures, providing additional services within a municipality’s original contract. This combination better serves our clients’ needs.”
– Mike Vignale, Beta Group, Inc.
“The Stormwater Matters program materials have been very helpful to Framingham’s implementation of our MS4 Program. We find that the community really enjoys getting involved with helping us install the colorful drain markers. With over 8,000 catch basins in town, we can keep school groups and other volunteers busy for quite a while!”
– Katherine Weeks, Framingham Senior Stormwater / Environmental Engineer
“The SuAsCo Council’s mission is outreach and education and they do it well. I’m very comfortable sharing SWCAP with my municipal clients and encouraging them to incorporate it into their stormwater plans.”
- Betsy Frederick, SEA Consultants, Inc.
“The U.S. EPA and MA DEP encourage partnership approaches and a watershed perspective in fulfilling the Stormwater Phase II regulations; SWCAP does just that. Both the citizenry and the water resources of a municipality will benefit greatly from use of the SWCAP materials.”
- John Digiacomo, Natick Projects Engineer