Long Branch, N.J., decided to retrofit its current drainage system with Proco ProFlex™ Style 730 and Proco ProFlex™ Style 790 duckbill check valves, which would allow the city to achieve its objectives without needing to modify much of its current infrastructure.
Culver City’s Washington Boulevard Stormwater and Urban Runoff Project is a unique public-private partnership between the city and a local Costco store. By partnering with Costco, the city was able to save nearly 30 percent on overall costs associated with the stormwater management project.
The Platte to Park Hill: Stormwater Systems project is a roughly $298 million coordinated approach consisting of four independent projects that, once complete, will provide critical flood protection, increase neighborhood connectivity and public spaces, and improve water quality and existing infrastructure for current and future community members in north Denver.
Improving the EPA Multi-Sector General Permit for Industrial Stormwater Discharges, recommends several ways that EPA can strengthen the Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) program to provide its intended environmental protection while balancing the overall burden of monitoring on industry.