We have standards per capita for drinking water and for wastewater generation, so I was wondering if we can set a goal for a runoff per capita standard. We shoot for water conservation using low flow sinks, faucets and toilets, use of reclaimed water, water conservation, so the runoff per capita standard would aim to reduce the amount of runoff new development would give. It’s different than the percentage of impervious cover because when you have density in development, the runoff per capita really decreases. Then if you add in green infrastructure to soak up rainfall on the property, it decreases more. Check the 2011 article called “Watersheds, Walkability, and Stormwater” by John S. Jacob. It talks about the role of density we may not have thought of.