Stormwater


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Stormwater

Runoff due to rainfall collected from roofs, impervious surfaces, and drainage systems.
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(California) will serve as a panel member and trainer/presenter for the online Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) Panel Event: Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) Performance Evaluation from 1-2 p.m.
In a statement, the Westminster, California-based company said the goal in the pilot phase is to show the technical and economic practicality of deploying BioLargo's AOS technology to treat stormwater and reuse it in the United States and Canada.
Phil Murphy signed a law authorizing local governments in the state to create stormwater utilities.
The City of Roanoke operates a stormwater management system that includes gutters, storm drains, channels, retention basins, and other infrastructure.
Stormwater treatment remains a key research and product development area for Jensen Precast, which continues to commit the necessary resources for system verification and performance tests.
The Developer property presented somewhat unique challenges to satisfying the requirement that the project not result in an increase in stormwater runoff.
4 December 2018 - California, US-based stormwater management solutions provider NDS has acquired Virginia, US-based water and wastewater solutions manufacturer HydroLogic Solutions to expand its commercial stormwater solution offering, the company said.
The acquisition adds a range of stormwater chamber and related products that now enables NDS to manage 6.4 cubic feet to 166 cubic feet of stormwater for various residential and commercial applications.
Discussing streets as ecosystems, planning, stormwater street types, stormwater elements, and partnerships and performance measures, chapters include guidance on critical, recommended, and optional features, as well as some applications and case studies.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines bioswales as "vegetated, mulched or xeriscaped channels that provide treatment and retention as they move stormwater from one place to another."