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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Nov 6 2020
Hendersonville, North Carolina’s Clear Creek Greenway, a planned 1.5-mile spur for pedestrians, bicyclists, dog walkers and bird watchers, just…
Nov 5 2020
The U.S. EPA has awarded more than $23.3 million to the state of Hawaii to support water infrastructure projects.  These projects will help protect…
Nov 4 2020
University of Massachusetts Lowell researchers are looking at how severe coastal storms contribute to water pollution by measuring groundwater flow.…
Oct 29 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado has come to terms with the U.S. EPA and state water quality regulators by agreeing to pay a fine of $2.125 million to…
Oct 28 2020
The Connecticut River Conservancy has been awarded $11,250.  The money will be used to fund a study looking at microplastics in the Connecticut River…
Oct 27 2020
Hurricane Sally caused severe flood damage to numerous homes in the Lake Charlene subdivision last month and residents are attempting to revitalize a…
Oct 26 2020
Beaufort County, South Carolina’s school board approved a $3.4 million plan to fix mold damage, drainage and HVAC at Whale Branch Elementary and…
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 21 2020
Tuesday, November 17 at 2 pm ET/ 1 pm CT Join your peers in a unique educational event, presented by the SGC Water Group, comprised of Storm Water…
Oct 21 2020
An Editorial from the President Kari K. Steele - Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago As the world is overwhelmed by the many…
Oct 19 2020
A North Carolina court approved an agreement which details the next steps under a consent order negotiated by the Southern Environmental Law Center…
Oct 19 2020
From now through December, we will be featuring one of our 2020 Top Project winners every Monday. In this first interview in the series, Katie Johns…
Oct 16 2020
Dane County, Wisconsin will grant two local projects more than $700,000 as part of the county's Urban Water Quality Grant Program, according to a…
Oct 15 2020
Charlottesville, Virginia has been awarded a $4.59 million contract to help with citywide repairs of sewer and storm water systems. The city awarded…
Oct 13 2020
Education is key to choosing a high-quality, cost-effective, long-lasting material for infrastructure piping systems. Moving beyond convention to…
permeable paver
The finished project has 44,000 square feet of permeable pavers that were mechanically installed.
Oct 13 2020
Located in the expansive Novant Cotswold Medical district on Randolph Road in Charlotte, North Carolina, a new office building designed to support a…
fine debris
A close-up comparison of fine debris and joint stone.
Oct 13 2020
Permeable segmental paving — using a field of precisely spaced pavers atop a bed of precisely layered aggregates — has really come into its own as a…
Oct 13 2020
Detroit, Michigan is making progress on a $8.6 million project which will ultimately curb flooding. The project will gut 10 medians and install…
kelley erosion control
Claudia Chambers and Kym Kelley are co-owners of Kelley Erosion Control.
Oct 12 2020
Kym Kelley and Claudia Chambers started out as competitors, but in 1983, they joined forces and now both work for Kelley Erosion Control covering…
Oct 12 2020
Kristin Darby, EIT CPESC, is a storm water engineer at Grenier Engineering, PC in Waterbury, Vermont. Her job includes storm water design and…
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