Industrial Storm Water

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erosion control
Increasingly intense weather events are pressuring communities to address coastal erosion.
Jun 1 2021
The time to protect our coasts is now. Increasingly intense storm events and flooding concerns are putting pressure on coastal communities and…
storm water development
The landscape is designed as a wetland and riparian ecosystem. Image Credit: Lamar Johnson Collaborative
Jun 1 2021
Whether you are driving into or out of Chicago on the Kennedy Expressway, it is nearly impossible to miss the large Morton Salt sign atop an…
May 11 2021
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ’s) policy and rule-making board adopted rules renewing Oregon’s National Pollutant Discharge…
Apr 6 2021
The U.S. EPA is proposing a cleanup plan to address water bodies of the Sherwin-Williams/Hilliards Creek Site in Gibbsboro, Lindenwold, and Voorhees…
Mar 30 2021
Legoland New York must pay a $346,000 state fine for three dozen environmental violations under an agreement. The theme park is preparing to open…
Feb 16 2021
High school students, community groups and Lake Superior State University are planning to use landscaping to reduce storm water pollution flowing…
Jan 27 2021
Ship repair yard Guam Shipyard will take measures to improve its facilities after multiple pollution violations discovered by the U.S. EPA in 2018.…
Jan 19 2021
Pennsylvania’s Turtle Creek Watershed association plans to assess the areas where abandoned mine discharges pollute the creek and its tributaries.…
Jan 13 2021
EPG designs and manufactures trouble-free equipment used to address the needs of the landfill, remediation and industrial markets, including products…
Dec 22 2020
The northern half of Gowanus, New York is set to be rezoned for residential development. Affordable housing contractor Monadnock Construction is…
Dec 4 2020
A Dakota government agency will start collecting money for storm water discharge permits at industrial and construction sites.  This applies to sites…
Aug 26 2020
The Charles River, which has seen toxic algae blooms almost every summer in recent years, is being considered by the U.S. EPA for storm water…
flow prediction
Above is an example of using real-time modeling to predict potential flow to a wastewater treatment plant based on an anticipated wet weather event.
Aug 17 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed both strengths and weaknesses in our water systems. Though the situation put significant strain on front-line…
Aug 17 2020
Looking Forward In this issue, we are recognizing and celebrating the 15th anniversary of Storm Water Solutions. For the past 15 years, we have been…
Aug 4 2020
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (CRK) has reached a settlement for litigation concerning an industrial facility along Burnt Fork Creek in Tucker, Georgia.…
Feb 11 2020
The U.S. EPA announced the owners of three Maine metal recycling facilities have agreed to come into compliance with storm water regulations. The…
The Whispering Firs Stormwater Park based in Washington was this year's number one project.
The Whispering Firs Stormwater Park based in Washington was this year's number one project.
Nov 14 2019
On Thursday, November 14, Storm Water Solutions awarded its annual Top Project winners during the third annual SWS Conference & Exhibition in…
Oct 29 2019
Interested in sharing your expertise with over 80,000 engineers, manufacturers, single-family builders, landscape architects, remodelers and other…
Oct 18 2019
CULTEC Moves Leadership to Second Generation President Bob DiTullio Jr.  For over 30 years, Bob DiTullio Sr. has run his family business CULTEC,…
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