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 19 2021
Philly sports fans are notorious for their passion, enthusiasm and relentlessness. Snow, sleet or rain, fans pack the Eagles’ and Phillies’ stadiums…
Feb 18 2021
Texas blackouts triggered by frozen power infrastructure have left millions of Texans without power, heat and water during a winter storm. The winter…
Feb 17 2021
Design structurally sound, naturally vegetated retaining walls to meet green infrastructure goals. GEOWEB® gravity and reinforced walls retain…
Feb 17 2021
Ottawa, Canada is offering to pay to improve some homeowners' properties. The aim is to do a better job of managing rain water, reported Ottawa…
Feb 16 2021
High school students, community groups and Lake Superior State University are planning to use landscaping to reduce storm water pollution flowing…
Feb 15 2021
In this week’s episode, the Small Business Series continues as SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns is joined by Miguel Guajardo, president of El Camino…
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…
Feb 10 2021
The Longview, Colorado, city council is considering changing the storm water utility rate structure, which could affect hundreds of bills. According…
Feb 9 2021
It has not stopped raining for three days. But even though the sun is not shining, a colorful oil sheen can still be unmistakably spotted; quietly…
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…
Feb 8 2021
With a new year comes reflection on the previous year. While 2020 was dominated by COVID-19, a presidential election and social justice issues, the…
Feb 8 2021
The U.S. EPA has settled storm water violations with Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The violations were settled with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer…
Feb 8 2021
This week, the small business series continues as SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns is joined by Gary Paradoski, president of Aqua Vitae.  The two…
Feb 4 2021
The three-phase, 119-lot Ridgewood Greens housing subdivision received final subdivision plat approval of the first two phases from Ohio’s Mentor…
Feb 2 2021
A Pennsylvania-based solar array developer has agreed to pay approximately $1.14 million to settle allegations that it violated federal storm water…
Feb 1 2021
The U.S. EPA today announced that Keehi Marine has agreed to pay a $127,821 penalty for the discharge of pollutants like lead, zinc and copper…
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Feb 1 2021
In 2014, this store was issued a Notice of Violation (NOV) from the Code Enforcement Officer for not complying with City of Florence ordinances…
Jan 29 2021
The National Municipal Stormwater Alliance (NMSA), a national nonprofit focused on the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) sector, is…
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…
Jan 26 2021
Johns Creek, Georgia city leaders are moving forward with a plan that will outsource some administrative duties of its storm water service. Storm…
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