Runoff Treatment

Runoff is a common challenge in the storm water industry. Read below for the latest news, trends and products relating to runoff treatment. 

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Feb 11 2021
The city of Boulder, Colorado, has launched a new questionnaire on Be Heard Boulder to collect information on what issues are important to community…
rainfall
An existing conditions analysis led to the construction of a detention basin system and flood control channels.
Feb 9 2021
The American Southwest’s climate is arid and much of the land is wide-open and sparsely populated. Its geography is miles of desert, plateaus, mesas…
DSBB Separator lid being installed, bringing the access hatches to finish grade.
DSBB Separator lid being installed, bringing the access hatches to finish grade.
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Feb 9 2021
Northern California is home to some of California’s most admired landscapes, such as Yosemite and the Redwood Forest, but the Silicon Valley also…
storm water management
Improper management can affect surfaces, such as roads, sidewalks and parking lots while altering the land's natural hydrology.
Feb 8 2021
Construction site storm water compliance can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in penalties and maintenance if not properly managed. Unannounced…
Feb 8 2021
Vegetation plays a vital role in protection against wind and water erosion and the management of storm water runoff. Scientific study of erosion and…
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…
Dec 23 2020
Researchers from the University of Illinois Chicago and the University of Waterloo evaluated the relationship between runoff and high levels of…
Dec 15 2020
Cape Carteret, North Carolina commissioners are considering approval of a Starbucks site plan. The town planning board, during its online meeting Dec…
Dec 4 2020
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Cost: $2.8 Million Size: 112,883 square feet of various GI and site improvements; 453,024 square feet of urban…
Dec 4 2020
Location: Pico Rivera, California Cost: $1.9 million Size: 5.2 acres; 11,200 cubic feet of rainwater; 8,800 cubic feet capacity infiltration…
Dec 1 2020
Working in Neighborhoods (WIN), a Cincinnati-based community development not-for-profit, won a federal grant to help reduce pollution and flooding…
Nov 30 2020
The Narragansett Bay Commission purchased at least 10 properties on or near the Pawtucket riverfront to help facilitate construction of a massive new…
Nov 26 2020
The Ames City Council is in the process of discussing the potential $3.7 million purchase of land to extend Ada Hayden Heritage Park in Iowa.  The…
Nov 24 2020
Houston, Texas’ Harris County Flood Control District began a preliminary excavation and removal project on the future site of the TC Jester Storm…
Nov 20 2020
The U.S. EPA announced a $1,806,000 grant to the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection to improve water quality in rivers and streams…
Nov 16 2020
Emerald Isle Commissioners authorized Town Manager Matt Zapp to negotiate a contract with engineering firm Moffatt & Nichol to develop a…
Nov 3 2020
Reduce stormwater runoff, minimize site disturbance, and contribute to green building credits with Presto’s sustainable solutions for low impact…
Nov 2 2020
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $891 million to modernize rural drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in 43 states. “…
Oct 22 2020
The final stage of a massive storm water runoff and sewage collection and treatment project was set in motion by the Coastal Resources Management…
Oct 8 2020
An environmental report card has assigned grades for the water quality in Long Island Sound. According to the report card by Save the Sound, nitrogen…
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