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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Apr 19 2021
In this week’s episode of Dropping By, an SWS video series, Katie Johns, managing editor of SWS, is joined by Justine Marshall, who oversees the City…
Apr 16 2021
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan announced a $156 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (…
Apr 15 2021
A program to install storm water control features at up to 200 homes in New Orleans, Louisiana, is halfway done, according to the city, reported The…
Apr 14 2021
The U.S. EPA issued a Record of Decision that evaluates impacts of the current and expected future volume of combined sewer overflow (CSO) discharges…
Apr 12 2021
The U.S. EPA is planning to file a consent agreement and final order for a South Charleston corporation with the civil administrative penalty pending…
Apr 12 2021
In this week’s episode of Dropping By, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns is joined by another 2021 Young Pro, Alfredo Martinez. Martinez is a senior…
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
It was big news in the Pacific Northwest storm water world this past December when researchers at Washington State University released research…
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…
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The restored bulkhead stabilized the shoreline and now protects homes along the channel.
Apr 6 2021
Monday, August 20, 2018, began like any other day in the city of Middleton, Wisconsin. That quickly changed when between 11 and 13 inches of rain…
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Fresno's climate and geography demands any new construction to include a plan for storm water management.
Apr 6 2021
Despite its semi-arid climate, characterized by mild, moist winters and hot, dry summers, the area in and around Fresno, California, has experienced…
Apr 6 2021
Pacoima is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California. This community maintains a history tracing back more than 1,500 years, when…
Apr 6 2021
To help an industry progress and maintain, the professionals that make it up must be varied. Their passions and skills may be different, but together…
Apr 6 2021
On March 3, the American Society of Civil Engineers announced its 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure.   The report card graded 17…
Apr 6 2021
This North Carolina project aimed to construct a storm water control measure wetland as well as realign a gravity sewer and a portion of the Indian…
Apr 6 2021
This issue is a special one. On the following pages, we introduce our 2021 Class of Young Pros and our 2021 Industry Icon. These professionals have…
Apr 5 2021
The U.S. EPA announced the availability of $67 million in grant funding through the new Sewer Overflow and Stormwater Reuse Municipal Grant program…
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Apr 5 2021
Cities are pivoting to regional stormwater management systems to help alleviate flooding and to treat urban runoff prior to discharge into local…
StormTank Module 25 Series installation at the Everleigh Short Pump apartment complex.
StormTank Module 25 Series installation at the Everleigh Short Pump apartment complex.
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Apr 5 2021
Greystar Worldwide, LLC. is a rental housing leader with over 500,000 beds and units and more than $14 billion in sponsored rental housing projects…
Apr 5 2021
In this week’s episode of Dropping By, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns is joined by another 2021 Young Pro, Chris Ogaz. Chris is a project engineer…
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