Completed in February 2011, the new 90,000 square foot St. Elizabeth Medical Center is the first hospital in Washington State to achieve LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Designed by Seattle-based Mahlum Architects and constructed by Sellen Construction, the project included a number of “green” design and construction features, some of which included: 95% recycling of all demolition contents, use of non-toxic finishing materials throughout the facility’s interior, landscaping with water-efficient, native plants that help manage stormwater runoff, and an on-going recycling program. During the 3-year construction process, WaterTectonics provided a mobile RoadSide Acist treatment system that utilized chitosan-enhanced sand filtration technology to treat stormwater runoff from the 5.3 acre site.

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St Elizabeth Hospital stormwater runoff
CESF stormwater treatment
St Elizabeth Hospital stormwater runoff
CESF stormwater treatment
St Elizabeth Hospital stormwater runoff
CESF stormwater treatment
St Elizabeth Hospital stormwater runoff
CESF stormwater treatment
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