storm water


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storm water

Water flowing on the surface of the ground, resulting from heavy rainfall.
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The scope of work included extension of a three km-long main connection, construction of 29 inspection chambers, 49 storm water collection points and 11 storm water collection tanks, she added.
DIP has initiated construction of its internal storm water network in the identified areas and targets to finish the same by end of this year.
The Seascape Sur Storm Water Diversion Structure was one of two constructed as part of the SEJPA's Advanced Water Purification Facility that broke ground in 2011.
He stated that emergency control room should be set up at his office which would work round-the-clock to monitor rain and storm water disposal.
The goal of the Phase 2 Stormwater program is to minimize the impacts to water resources from municipally-owned storm water systems, including storm drains, catch basins, detention ponds and outfalls.
The company must: sample storm water discharges monthly throughout the winter and spring; revise their storm water pollution prevention plan to update monitoring and sampling; and develop and implement storm water pollution counter measures for all areas of activity.
A slight upward curve of the road would cause storm water to flow directly to the storm water sewer system and prevent pooling on the roads.
Rain gardens, meanwhile, filter storm water and snow melt before channeling it to the wetlands.
This report, prepared by both practitioners and academics, presents ways to get accurate evaluations of data on microorganisms in storm water, assesses existing guidance levels for bacteria in recreational waters and applies that knowledge to storm water, summarizes existing data from the literature, and presents a data collection program to assess risks to human health from exposure to pathogenic microorganisms in storm water.
Strathern Pit is a major piece of the Sun Valley Watershed Project, a massive project by Los Angeles County and the nonprofit group TreePeople to help clean up dirty storm water, prevent flooding and create more parks.
Even though Kroot is in compliance with current storm water regulations, Art is looking to the future.