Stormwater management


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Stormwater management

Building and landscape strategies to control and limit stormwater pollution and runoff. Usually an integrated package of strategies, including elements like vegetated roofs, compost-amended soils, pervious paving, tree planting, drainage swales, and more.
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The Cooperative Stormwater Management Initiative is a long-term project that will be developed over five stages between now and 2042.
Using a predetermined operating plan, stormwater management staff allows floodwater to enter the quarry via a 400-foot tunnel, which runs under Route 83.
To facilitate compliance with the applicable state and federal stormwater regulations, Virginia law authorizes municipalities to establish stormwater utilities and enact stormwater management charges.
Caption: StormTrap has emerged as a leading brand in precast concrete stormwater management solutions and go-to provider for customers seeking durable structures with a lower size footprint, high storage capacity, and reduced total installed cost.
is in stormwater management for both residential and commercial markets.
For some facilities, stormwater management means concrete fixtures that may be effective in handling runoff but are ultimately eyesores.
Conversely, in areas where old, established developments are already in place, retrofits of LID-style stormwater management can yield benefits to society by reducing pollution and other problems related to impervious surfaces; there is a positive externality to LID adoption.
Like Holden, West Boylston and Rutland's stormwater management systems do not discharge into the sewer system.
EPA alleges that Holcim had unauthorized ground water discharges at the facility, failed to comply with sampling requirements, failed to comply with inspection requirements, and failed to develop an adequate stormwater management plan for its operations, in violation of Its permit and the Clean Water Act.
The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) received an unprecedented number of pre-proposals seeking funding for stormwater management research under its 2011 Unsolicited Research Program.
The results suggest that minimizing the flow of PAHs into waterways may require tweaking stormwater management plans to control runoff.
Global land use patterns and increasing pressures on water resources demand creative urban stormwater management.

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