Storm Water Management

As regulations and maintenance practices evolve, stay up to date on the latest products, news and trends in storm water management projects and innovations. From underground systems and LID to detention basins and more, the below content offers solutions and insight into solving storm water challenges.

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Feb 14 2022
San Diego, California, is relaunching the new and improved Think Blue San Diego. This is a public awareness effort to educate people on how a modern…
Feb 11 2022
Winner of Project of the Year from the U.S. Green Building Council - Los Angeles Chapter, along with five other prestigious awards, Earvin “Magic” …
Feb 10 2022
Lakeland, Florida, has been awarded a State Water Quality Assistance Grant in the amount of $280,000 from the Florida Department of Environmental…
Feb 8 2022
Fredericksburg, Virginia, has received a $3.25 million grant from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.  These funds will help tackle…
A mixture of 8x8 and 8x16 foot UrbanPond modules and LinkUP slabs being installed
A mixture of 8x8 and 8x16 foot UrbanPond modules and LinkUP slabs being installed
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Feb 7 2022
Introduction Litchfield Park, a residential community in Maricopa County, Arizona, was a WWI era production site for long-staple cotton; used to…
Feb 7 2022
The Southwest Capitol Highway Improvement Project is underway and approximately half of its $27.5 million budget is dedicated to storm water…
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Feb 4 2022
Video highlighting the installation of a StormPrism EQ Infiltration System in Southern California including a description and explanation of product…
Feb 3 2022
A failed pipeline that leaked 500,000 gallons of sewage in Beaufort, North Carolina, has weakened due to exposure to saltwater, according to Beaufort…
Feb 2 2022
Climate change, pollution and more frequent 50- and 100-year storm events are wreaking havoc on the U.S. Now more than ever, resilient infrastructure…
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Feb 2 2022
Wednesday, February 16th 9:00 AM PT | 12:00 PM ET Register Here Chris French and Michael Frasco each have years of highly technical experience in the…
Feb 2 2022
Today, governments, environmental agencies and utilities are in various stages of maturity in collecting all types of water data. Much of this data…
Feb 2 2022
The city of South San Francisco is constructing a regional storm water capture project that is the first of its kind in northern California. The…
Feb 2 2022
Winter Storm Landon is underway, spreading harsh snow conditions from the Rockies to the Plains, Midwest and parts of the Northeast through Feb. 4…
Katie Johns, managing editor
Katie Johns, managing editor
Feb 1 2022
With a new year, comes new beginnings. And this year, SWS, and its sister publications, Water & Wastes Digest and Water Quality Products, have an…
Feb 1 2022
The Ohio State University and Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS) today announced a new collaboration that will support water management research,…
Jan 31 2022
This week on Dropping By, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns is joined by Laurie Honnigford, the executive director of the Stormwater Equipment…
Jan 27 2022
Upper Missouri Waterkeeper filed a lawsuit in Montana’s Gallatin County District Court after a state agency rejected its petition to limit storm…
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Jan 25 2022
To protect the Edwards Aquifer in Texas, the site developer of the new Natural Grocers store in Georgetown, Texas decided to use two storm water…
Jan 25 2022
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has pulled its support from a $55 million project to help stop the dumping of storm water and sewage effluent into…
Jan 24 2022
Brentwood is proud to announce its acquisition of Enexio’s Water Technologies business unit. Purchased from Kelvion, this grouping of companies…
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