NACWA Files Briefs in Chesapeake Bay Daily Load Appeal AWWA Publishes 2014 State of the Water Industry Report Water Leaders Urge Passage of Infrastructure Legislation Coal Companies to Spend $200 Million to Reduce Water Pollution FY2015 Budget Request Slashes Water Infrastructure Funding
April 22, 2014
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) filed a brief April 21 with the U.S Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit strongly supporting the U.S. Environmental... more
April 22, 2014
Frank Kneib, technical sales director for HaloKlear water treatment products, received the Internal Erosion Control Assn.’s (IECA) premier 2013 Environmental Achievement... more
April 21, 2014
WaterTAP’s CEO, Dr. Brian Mergelas, has been invited to participate in Acqueau’s Scientific Committee. As one of seven clusters in the Eureka network, Brussels-based Acqueau... more
April 21, 2014
In recognition of Earth Week, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy is taking to the road to ask Americans to act on climate change through... more
April 21, 2014
The Storm Water Solutions team is dedicated to ensuring that our readers are kept up to speed on the latest industry trends and data so they can stay current. To that end, we... more
April 21, 2014
Spring is here for many parts of the country—a time of year that makes us think about rebirth and new life after a stagnant season of cold weather and little activity. It was... more
March 27, 2014
As many municipalities struggle financially, some private institutions are petitioning for a stake in providing affordable water. SWS Editorial Assistant Chelsea Corbin spoke... more
March 27, 2014
Humans have been treating water for thousands of years to improve their quality of life. Early technologies from the Greeks, like sand and gravel filtration, are still in use... more
March 27, 2014
California, no stranger to extended dry periods, is struggling with the most extreme drought the state has endured in more than 500 years. As climate change—projected to... more
Flow Control Thirsty Duck

The TD Series product line features expanding bellows operation in conjunction with buoyancy and are designed for high-flux, low-flow applications (less than 1.5 cu ft per second). The TD Series includes the first-generation TDA (a custom fabricated powder coated aluminum body) and the second-... more

  • Flow Control Thirsty Duck
    Flow Control Thirsty Duck

    The TD Series product line features expanding bellows operation in conjunction with buoyancy and are designed for high-flux, low-flow applications (less than 1.5 cu ft per second). The TD Series... more

  • This pipe lining system provides a cost-effective, no-dig solution for structural lining of deteriorated culverts. It uses a patented bi-directional spin caster to centrifugally compact a... more

  • Storm Drain Markers can be applied to just about any flat surface. Stick them on concrete or asphalt with your choice of... more

  • These screens remove debris at peak flow with no clogging, capturing all particulates larger than fine sand along with... more

  • The Teledyne Isco AQ 700 multi-parameter probe was designed to meet monitoring needs. It is capable of the simultaneous... more

  • The CheckMate Inline Check Valve is ideal for backflow prevention. In outfalls, storm water, CSO and SSO applications, the valve’s custom-engineered design eliminates costly backflow from oceans,... more

  • Agru/Closure Turf is an impermeable synthetic grass offering economical and environmentally sound closure for landfills, mine spoils and hazardous sites. It can reduce construction and long-term... more

  • The Service Life Calculator is now available online. Corrugated steel pipe drainage solutions are ideal for entire storm water systems, underground storm chambers and bridge... more

  • The Vactor 2100 Plus delivers plenty of power to clean larger storm lines and keep debris out of the ecosystem and freshwater supplies. Backed by a two-year warranty, the Jet Rodder water pump... more

  • ACO offers a range of trench drain solutions for any application. Products are available in a variety of widths, depth, materials and load ratings. A wide range of grate materials and slot... more

Built in 1951, Fairfax Gardens is a 150-unit public housing development in the middle of a low-density, single-family neighborhood in Taunton, Mass. The development’s... more
The city of Appleton, Wis.’s Relocation and Floodplain Management Project included embankment protection at the culvert outflows. The GeoRunner flow protection mat system,... more
Storm water management was the first regulatory consideration for the development of Canton Crossing, a new shopping center located near the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Md.... more
The intersection of Routes 9 and 440 with the Garden State Parkway, one of New Jersey’s busiest and most vital cloverleaf complexes, developed sinkholes following Hurricane... more
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Webinar Overview:This webinar will focus on industrial stormwater permits: EPA’s... more
Date: July 30, 2013 Time: 2:00PM – 3:00 PM EDT Webinar Overview: This webinar will cover the basics of erosion and sediment control for oil and gas... more
Storm Water Solutions just released its sixth-annual State of the Industry report, which collects data... more
On April 2, 2014, SWS hosted its third annual Virtual Expo. More than 900 attendees spent time on the virtual... more
Economic recovery seems to be on the uptick, although the journey is not yet over. Reduced federal spending... 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


Some municipalities now charge a storm water fee to taxpayers to offset costs of storm water management. Do you agree with this?:

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