EPA Report Shows Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Accelerating Cleanup, Protection City of San Jose Files Lawsuit Against Monsanto Over PCB Contamination Groups File Lawsuit Against EPA’s Industrial Stormwater Permit Additional Resilient Lands & Waters Initiative Sites Announced EPA, U.S. Army Finalize Clean Water Rule
July 29, 2015
The National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) announced the recipients of its 2015 Awards of Excellence, Outstanding Groundwater Project Award, and Divisional Awards, which will be... more
July 29, 2015
During its first five years, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) implemented more than 2,500 projects to improve water quality, clean up contaminated shoreline,... more
July 28, 2015
WaterSense, a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency partnership program that promotes water conservation through the use of water-efficient products, new homes and... more
July 28, 2015
The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA), the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) received a 2015 Power of A Gold Award... more
July 01, 2015
  International Erosion Control Assn.www.ieca.org The International Erosion Control Assn. (IECA) was formed in 1971 when a Washington state hydroseeding contractor,... more
July 01, 2015
The future of the storm water and erosion control industry is bright, and so are the young professionals behind it. These men and women promise to propel research efforts,... more
July 01, 2015
  Vik Bapna Principal, CWE Vik Bapna provides engineering solutions to improve the quality of life for families, communities and stakeholders. Many of his most... more
July 01, 2015
As we celebrate a decade of progress and innovation, it is important to reflect on the trends and developments that guided us along the way, as well as keep an eye on where... more
July 01, 2015
When one thinks back to 2005, it feels like far more than a decade has gone by. The housing bubble had not yet burst and the idea of a recession seemed like an impossibility... more

American Excelsior is a manufacturer of erosion and sediment control products with manufacturing locations and distribution partners across the U.S., making products and personal assistance always close at hand. Products include Curlex erosion control blankets, Recyclex turf reinforcement mats,... more

  • American Excelsior is a manufacturer of erosion and sediment control products with manufacturing locations and distribution partners across the U.S., making products and personal assistance always... more

  • The WaStop inline check valve protects assets from backflow. It stops backflow from high tides, rivers or lakes. With its pulsating flow, the valve is self-cleaning, keeping sewer or storm water... more

  • Solve track-out problems with the modular ConLine Wheel Wash system. The system includes MobyDick’s cleaning technologies, efficient water recycling and reliable scraper conveyor design at an... more

  • The 2020 Series of turbidity meters assure long-term stability and minimize stray light. The 2020we and 2020wi turbidity meters are designed to meet U.S. EPA and ISO standards,... more

  • ER 200 floating outlet and skimmers feature telescoping tube operation in conjunction with buoyancy and are ideal for low-headwater/high-tailwater applications. They accommodate high-flow... more

  • Drivable Grass provides storm water management through biofiltration, infiltration and storage without... more

  • The TreePod Biofilter uses a tree box filter design that removes the ultra-fine and dissolved pollutants normally found in storm water runoff. The structures integrate into standard site drainage... more

  • erosion control, invisible structures inc., ground reinforcement mesh
    erosion control, invisible structures inc., ground reinforcement mesh

    Terratame2 ground reinforcement mesh provides a permanent solution for scour protection, erosion control, vegetated armaments and can be used for occasional, light-duty grass parking. Terratame2... more

  • The DuraWattle is a reusable and durable flexible sediment barrier used as an alternative to straw wattle or silt fence for perimeter sediment control. It can be driven over in high traffic,... more

  • One way to reduce water pollution is to sweep it off the streets before it flows into the water system, typically by using street sweepers. The U.S. EPA recognizes street sweepers as a valuable... more

In 2006, a bioswale was constructed alongside Newport Boulevard in Newport Beach, Calif., to treat an estimated 30,000 gpd of urban runoff (400-acre watershed) before... more
A Maryland county landfill required the use of a permanent wheel-wash system for all garbage trucks entering and exiting the facility to prevent “track-out” of mud and dirt... more
Storm water management is sometimes where you end up at the last part of a project. Consider what happened at Furman University in Greenville, S.C., for example. Several... more
Germantown Mill Lofts is an extensive renovation of an entire city block in the middle of Louisville, Ky. The original building on the site was built in 1888 as the... more
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST Participants will earn One Professional Development Hour (PDH). Webinar Overview: This webinar will... more
View the following webinars by registering at http://www.estormwater.com/virtualexpo2015 Enter the auditorium area to view the archived webinars... more
Nominations for Storm Water Solutions 2015 Top Storm Water and Erosion Control Projects awards... more
Two new studies show that the largest groundwater basins in the world are being drained by human consumption—... more
Nominations for Storm Water Solutions 2015 Top Storm Water and Erosion Control Projects awards... more
Most professionals working in storm water management likely are aware that for the last several years, the U.... more
At a recent hearing on a proposed county-wide storm water pollution control funding measure, I witnessed a... more
Contractors and department of transportation agencies often are challenged to achieve maximum results within... more

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