STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ARTICLES

ARCADIS recognized by IWA for successful stormwater management in New Orleans

ARCADIS was the inaugural recipient of the International Waters Association Executive Director Prize for Impact at Scale award during the bi-annual Project Innovation Awards for their work in New O...

Stormwater management in Canada improved with new Phoslock technology

Phoslock® resolves excessive phosphorus issues and Blue-Green algae problems for stormwater management ponds, reservoirs, lakes and agricultural drain systems in Canada.

NJ sewage issues from Sandy continue to prompt residents to curb water use

Hundreds of millions of gallons of untreated or partially-treated wastewater have flowed into the state's waterways since Superstorm Sandy hit last week.

NJ water customers advised to limit water use to reduce contaminated effluent in NY Harbor after Hurricane Sandy

Residents and businesses in the 48 North Jersey cities and towns are strongly encouraged to minimize water use to reduce stress on the storm-damaged sewage treatment system.

PA stormwater infrastructure project features special precast pipe

Croydon, PA continues to supply specialty precast concrete pipe for the Milnor Street spur ramp’s stormwater drainage system.

NJ stormwater technology testing to be improved with new protocols

New Jersey's has implemented new protocols for testing and evaluating stormwater technology to provide a less expensive and more streamlined process. 

Program Turns to Nature to Manage Pollution, Stormwater Runoff

A comprehensive green stormwater management movement called Save the Rain is helping Onondaga County clean up nearby Onondaga Lake and manage the city's stormwater by using green utilities.

Austin celebrates completion of downtown wastewater tunnel project

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Tuesday to celebrate the substantial completion of the City of Austin’s Downtown Wastewater Tunnel (DTT) project. The project improved wastewater collection for a...

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...

BUYER'S GUIDE COMPANIES

Zoeller Co

Offers residential waste and clean water pump solutions to commercial customers and municipalities. Solutions enginee...

CULTEC Inc

Manufactures plastic chambers used in subsurface retention and detention stormwater management and septic applications.

SRS Crisafulli Inc

Manufactures dredges and pumps for handling sludges, residuals, biosolids, slurries, sediment, fly ash, slimes, taili...

Onset Computer Corp

HOBO data loggers measure and record water level, conductivity, and a variety of other parameters. They can be deploy...

BUYER'S GUIDE PRODUCTS

REGAL SULPHONATORS

Based on same simple, efficient design that has made REGAL Gas Chlorinators the industry standard. Used to de-chlorin...

REGAL CHLORINATORS

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

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 ...

REGAL SERIES 7000 SMARTVALVE™

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