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storm sewer

[′stȯrm ‚sü·ər]
(civil engineering)

storm sewer

A sewer used for conveying rain-water or other similar discharges, but not sewage or industrial waste, to a point of disposal.
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With the new storm sewers in position, development of the Centennial Village retail and residential upgrade can start.
In recent years, archaeologists have been tracking the city's original but clogged storm sewer system.
New sanitary sewers, storm sewers, watermain, curb and gutter, asphalt and new sidewalk will be installed from Grand River Street North to about 533 metres west.
RAMSCO is a privately owned full-line waterworks distributor specializing in quality water, sanitary and storm sewer solutions throughout New York State.
The Water Street storm sewer installation for the project between Springfield Avenue and Logan Street will be complete next week, but Water Street pavement reconstruction will take longer so Water Street will remain closed to through traffic during August.
AutoCAD Civil 3D and Hydraflow Storm Sewers Extension support data exchange via LandXML and Autodesk is working to make these products integrate more closely in the future.
Generally, if you exceed one acre of disturbance and your site drains to a surface waterbody or a separate storm sewer, then the Water Quality and Quantity Controls apply to your site (there is an exception for small single family residence projects).
The new program, established under the Clean Water Act, focuses on small municipal separate storm sewer systems, or MS4s, consisting of the drains, pipes and other infrastructure that collect and discharge stormwater runoff.
The storm sewer system collects storm water runoff from various in-lets located at the edge of roads, parking lots, and other large, impervious surfaces," says Mugaas.
She became convinced that it had something to do with the storm sewer that emptied into Black Creek right behind her home, which also resided outside the first evacuation You could smell it and you could see the oily film on the surface of the water," Kenny recalls.
This particular specification highlights the need for products in high performance storm sewer applications.
The project would see a new storm sewer line built to bring water from the neighborhood to an existing storm sewer along Pfingsten Road.