We analyze cities to create localized water supply solutions that work.
Divining Lab’s geospatial tool, Hazel, integrates surface and sub-surface data to provide planners and designers with scenario-based feedback on stormwater capture options in drylands.
Hazel integrates water supply with water quality considerations, and correlates performance data including embodied energy, carbon emissions, and economic cost/benefit to evaluate the impact of design decisions on aquifer recharge, and the impact of stormwater management on project costs. Planners, designers, and property owners use Hazel to assess complex data rapidly.
• Streamline access to complex data from disparate sources;
• Operate at hyper-local and regional scales;
• Couple surface and subsurface data at high-resolution;
• Compute costs/benefit of design scenarios.