Model Use

WinSLAMM has been used in every state in the US and in many countries around the world to quantify stormwater runoff volume and pollution loading and evaluate the effectiveness of stormwater control measures. Below is a list of just a few of the places WinSLAMM is referenced and/or used.

State Stormwater Quality Manuals

WinSLAMM is specifically identified as an approved model in the following Stormwater Design Manuals and Administrative Codes.

WinSLAMM is referenced in the following Stormwater Design Manuals.

Small Storm Hydrology (the hydrology method WinSLAMM is based on) and other work by Dr. Pitt is referenced the the following Stormwater Design Manuals.

Government Agency Use

  • U.S. Navy (San Diego, CA; Puget Sound area, WA; Norfolk, VA)
  • U.S. EPA (Ocean County and Millburn NJ; Kansas City, MO; various locations around the U.S. for assistance on developing new stormwater regulations, etc.)
  • Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District
  • Lincoln, NE
  • Calgary, Alberta, Canada

WinSLAMM will be used for the Strategic Department of Energy (DOE) Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) (San Diego, CA; Seattle area, WA) and New York City, NY

Additionally the use of WinSLAMM is being explored for as a tool San Francisco Bay PCB TMDL, the Chesapeake Bay Watershed program, and the New Jersey DEP.