Storm drain system

Storm drain system

A system of pipes, channels, or other conveyance that collect and carry runoff to receiving waters or treatment systems.
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According to the situation report, about 30,000 gallons of diesel fuel was spilled to the power plant's secondary containment area and a valve on the containment area failed, releasing about 2,500 gallons of diesel into the city's storm drain system.
And a study by San Jose, California found that a 2011 ban instituted there has led to plastic litter reduction of "approximately 89 percent in the storm drain system, 60 percent in the creeks and rivers, and 59 percent in City streets and neighborhoods.
The bylaw also prohibits non-storm water discharges from entering the municipal storm drain system.
The suit, which focused on BWSC's failure to control pollution from its storm drain system, petitioned for the expedited removal of illicit sewage connections from the system and the implementation of more effective controls to prevent pollution from flowing into the city's storm drains.
Board members voted after learning from the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health that the company violated a recent agency edict five times this month that said no one could come within six feet of any openings or entries to the site's storm drain system, where two brothers were found unconscious and subsequently died
EPA Region 10 reported the North Boeing Field storm drain system carries stormwater to the Duwamish River through more than seven miles of catchment basins, drains, inlets and oil-water separators.
The storm drain system was specifically designed to ensure that water flowed only in one direction.
Most of that water now runs along city streets and is collected by the storm drain system.
The company installed pavers that are set apart from one another to allow storm water to percolate down between the brick to the gravel beneath it, dissipating by itself rather than entering the city's storm drain system.
There are also some 626 manholes providing access into the storm drain system and about 1,625 catch basins capturing the surface drainage.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council officers and experts from Severn Trent Water have come up with a plan for a new storm drain system around St Giles Road and work is due to start within the next three weeks.