STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ARTICLES

U.S. Forest Service awards grants to protect Great Lakes

The U.S. Forest Service administered nearly $3 million in grants to improve tree canopy, forest cover and water quality in six Great Lakes states.

Stormwater management in Philidelphia improved by EPA grants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is providing up to $3 million in research grants for projects that will study the benefits of green techniques in controlling stormwater pollution in Philad...

Best Management Practices (BMPs): The Installation Element

When something fails, we often hear, "It sure looked good on paper!" All too often, this is the case with water quality projects.

Information management

Telog's Environmental Information Management System (EIMS) centralizes data from a number of proprietary data sources, making it accessible on one system.

USGS: Susquehanna reservoirs near sediment capacity

According to a new report from USGS, reservoirs near the mouth of the Susquehanna River just above Chesapeake Bay are nearly at capacity in their ability to trap sediment...

Kana Pipeline wins underground pipeline construction project at new Hyundai headquarters facility in CA

Kana Pipeline has been selected as the underground pipeline contractor to work on the redevelopment of the Hyundai Motor America National Headquarters project in Fountain Valley, CA...

Stormwater solutions for academy in Twickenham

Stormwater management solution provider SDS has won a contract to provide an attenuation system for the new Twickenham Academy, a college specialising in sports and digital technology in England...

Managing Stormwater One Parking Lot at a Time

In Western Washington, stormwater management isn't just good public policy: It's a vital component in protecting the economy and environment.

SCADA-based stormwater solution in Hong Kong scoops award

A HK$1 billion stormwater drainage project beneath a famous racecourse in Hong Kong has won an award for rethinking the way a city plans and manages intense rainfall in crowded urban spaces...

Grant program will use vacant city lots to protect water quality

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $59,680 under its Urban Waters Small Grants program to the Cleveland Botanical Garden to improve vacant land in Cleveland neighborhoods and redu...

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REGAL SERIES 7000 SMARTVALVE™

Treats water with varying flow rates. Features “flow-proportional” or “step-rate” control modes, automatic or manual operation, adjustable “low flo...

REGAL SULPHONATORS

Based on same simple, efficient design that has made REGAL Gas Chlorinators the industry standard. Used to de-chlorinate water, wastewater and indu...

REGAL CHLORINATORS

Made with just 68 parts, the direct cylinder mounted, all-vacuum REGAL Chlorinators are easy to maintain and clean, reducing down time and minimizi...

REGAL MODEL CRA 5000 CHLORINE RESIDUAL ANALYZER

Continuously measures level(s) of Free or Total chlorine in water and wastewater. May be used exclusively to monitor chlorine residual levels or in...