A mile of Washington, D.C.'s shoreline, 50 acres of water and 24 acres of land are part of the city's biggest construction undertaking. The Wharf's developers are working on several green building strategies to minimize the effects in the Potomac River of increased runoff, erosion and sedimentation as well as rising levels of nitrogen and phosphorus.
D.C.'s Wharf developers work to mitigate stress to Potomac River
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