Commercial/Industrial Storm Water

As regulatory pressures mount, managing storm water and erosion control at commercial and industrial sites is an increasing area of concern. Effective solutions for storage, runoff and water reuse help companies comply with regulations and meet environmental and sustainability goals. Read about the latest projects, products and innovations. 

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Jun 16 2021
New Hanover County, North Carolina, plans to use funding included in the latest COVID-19 relief measure to cover part of the cost property owners in…
Jun 10 2021
The EPA is seeking public comment on its proposed 2022 Construction General Permit (CGP) for storm water discharges from construction activity. “Once…
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Jun 4 2021
Warehouses and distribution centers need massive stormwater systems. We design and build them every day. If you need a large stormwater system, "Go…
Jun 1 2021
Half of the world's population lives in urban areas, and it is expected that by 2050 that figure will rise to above two-thirds. Cities have paved…
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The Ironbound area lies in a topographic depression that was developed with an approximate impervious coverage of 70%.
Jun 1 2021
Deep in the heart of New Jersey lies “The Ironbound” community, a working-class, multi-cultural neighborhood. Encompassing four square miles of the…
May 25 2021
Flooded roads and homes in southeastern Baton Rouge, Louisiana, added to the city-parish’s violations of federal environmental laws. East Baton Rouge…
May 3 2021
Pine Knoll Shores and the North Carolina Coastal Federation completed a project to reduce flooding and runoff in the town. The primary goal of the…
Apr 23 2021
Illinois EPA Director John Kim announced the city of Monmouth, in partnership with Monmouth-Roseville District 238, will receive $195,500 in Green…
Apr 9 2021
Shea Concrete Products Inc., which makes concrete products in Amesbury, Massachusetts, will pay $57,500 to settle allegations that it illegally…
Apr 8 2021
A hearing on a proposal to build a two-story, 112-bed assisted living senior facility on 8.5 acres at 545 Lewis Road in Limerick, Michigan, is…
Mar 25 2021
Minnesota's Minnehaha Creek Watershed District officials have developed a community engagement process for the restoration and redevelopment of 325…
Mar 23 2021
The Chagrin Falls Board of Education approved several capital improvement projects for summer 2021 for a few Ohio schools. One project will include…
Mar 18 2021
Vermont’s Green Schools Initiative will offer funding and technical assistance to help public schools and state colleges meet the Three-Acre General…
Mar 9 2021
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection awarded $582,000 to the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association to install natural drainage with…
Feb 23 2021
After a series of public hearings on the proposed redevelopment of the Lakeville Hospital campus in Lakeville, Massachusetts, the town’s 43D Review…
Feb 18 2021
Texas blackouts triggered by frozen power infrastructure have left millions of Texans without power, heat and water during a winter storm. The winter…
Feb 10 2021
The Longview, Colorado, city council is considering changing the storm water utility rate structure, which could affect hundreds of bills. According…
Feb 4 2021
The three-phase, 119-lot Ridgewood Greens housing subdivision received final subdivision plat approval of the first two phases from Ohio’s Mentor…
Jan 28 2021
Moscow, Idaho residents and businesses will pay a monthly storm water utility fee starting Oct. 1 with city council approval. The storm water permit…
Jan 13 2021
EPG designs and manufactures trouble-free equipment used to address the needs of the landfill, remediation and industrial markets, including products…
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