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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Jul 28 2020
Construction will begin next month on a storm water collection system that will enhance the New York City Department of Environmental Protection’s (…
Jul 10 2020
Olive-Harvey College (OHC), located in Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood, offers a number of programs in Transportation, Distribution and…
Jul 10 2020
Active rainwater harvesting systems collect runoff from roof surfaces to store for later beneficial use. These uses can include irrigation, toilet…
Jul 9 2020
Roger Williams Park recently launched Providence Stormwater Innovation Center (SIC). The project is designed to reduce pollution from storm water…
Jul 1 2020
The Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) will hold a virtual public meeting to answer questions about a proposed clean water plan. The…
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Whispering Firs Stormwater Park
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May 27 2020
Whispering Firs is a regional stormwater facility that treats stormwater from Silverdale, WA, a community located on the Kitsap Peninsula in the…
May 21 2020
Partners for Places awarded a grant award of $54,240 to the City of Newport, Rhode Island as a means to tackle flooding issues.  This grant aims to…
GEOPAVE Porous Pavement System prior to aggregate infill.
GEOPAVE Porous Pavement System prior to aggregate infill.
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May 15 2020
Project Background What started as a project to preserve the historic Pearl Brewery building in San Antonio, Texas, turned into the development of a…
May 12 2020
A 13.54-acre-foot StormTrap system was installed at the Carriage Crest Park as part of an innovative stormwater diversion project in Carson,…
Over 6,000 square feet of GroundPro being installed.
Over 6,000 square feet of GroundPro being installed.
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May 6 2020
Over the years, Maidencreek Township has worked to increase activity areas. In 2017, the Park and Recreation Committee became interested in adding a…
Apr 20 2020
Elk Rapids, Michigan was awarded a $400,000 federal grant for green infrastructure projects. The U.S. EPA approved the grant funds for projects…
Apr 16 2020
The U.S. EPA announced that Roubin & Janeiro, Inc., owner of an asphalt manufacturing facility in Washington, D.C., has agreed to actions to…
Apr 15 2020
Jim Lenhart Over the past twenty years or so (as evidenced by my gray hair) we have focused on storm water borne pollutants, such as oil and…
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Apr 9 2020
OVERVIEW Plant a tree, grow a business park. Two of the significant environmental challenges facing new construction projects are water conservation…
Apr 1 2020
As part of business closures to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Gov. Tom Wolf ordered construction sites across Pennsylvania to shut down…
Mar 17 2020
A few dozen runoff collection ponds built years ago in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are being retrofitted for storm water management, reported the…
Feb 12 2020
Stretches of Minnesota River's eastern bend have more than doubled in size since the 1940s.  The homes built more than 50 feet from its banks or its…
Feb 11 2020
In Omaha, Nebraska, and in many cities across the country, storm water runoff is a major cause of water pollution. The storm water runoff carries…
Feb 10 2020
A regional water regulator could impose a $9.1 million fine against Baldwin & Sons. The fine is for letting more than 6 million gallons of storm…
Jan 31 2020
An Arizona State University research team is working with Maricopa County, Arizona, to limit the negative effects of large quantities of storm water…
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