Commercial/Industrial Storm Water

As regulatory pressures mount, managing storm water and erosion control at commercial and industrial sites is an increasing area of concern. Effective solutions for storage, runoff and water reuse help companies comply with regulations and meet environmental and sustainability goals. Read about the latest projects, products and innovations. 

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Oct 26 2020
Beaufort County, South Carolina’s school board approved a $3.4 million plan to fix mold damage, drainage and HVAC at Whale Branch Elementary and…
Oct 5 2020
Work in Prospect Heights, New York to reduce storm water runoff has begun in the main schoolyard at PS9 Sarah Smith Garnet School.  This comes just…
Sep 17 2020
Salisbury, North Carolina's storm water master plan is nearing the end of its first phase and will identify areas in most need of storm water…
Sep 4 2020
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) released the final Three Acre Stormwater General Permit.  The permit fulfills a…
Sep 2 2020
Two companies in Massachusetts are agreeing to pay $185,000 over allegations that the companies illegally discharged polluted industrial storm water…
Aug 20 2020
The Anne Arundel County Department of Inspections and Permits has issued a stop-work order on the remaining construction at Crofton High School,…
Aug 4 2020
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper (CRK) has reached a settlement for litigation concerning an industrial facility along Burnt Fork Creek in Tucker, Georgia.…
Jul 23 2020
The Ministry of Education is concerned about plans to pump more storm water into creeks in a Blenheim suburb of New Zealand. The ministry believes it…
Jul 10 2020
Olive-Harvey College (OHC), located in Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood, offers a number of programs in Transportation, Distribution and…
erosion control
The grass swales, elevation difference and track width of 50 feet meant a simple rain event could cause a large amount of watershed.
Jul 10 2020
In 2013, Club Motorsports began construction of a private race track at the southern edge of the New Hampshire White Mountains. They designed the…
Jun 29 2020
A cold storage and food warehouse in Lynden is agreeing to pay $41,500 for violating the federal Clean Water Act, according to the U.S. EPA. …
Jun 25 2020
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has given an interim fine of ₹25 lakh on the Noida Golf Course for allegedly illegally extracting groundwater…
Jun 24 2020
The Saint Louis City Council recently approved a nearly $40,000 contract with Byrne & Jones to make drainage improvements at the entrance of…
Jun 16 2020
A new Palmer Elementary School in Pennsylvania could be ready for fall 2023. Easton Area School District officials signed the project in 2016,…
Jun 11 2020
Riverchase Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama has filed a lawsuit against the Riverchase Residential Association for failing to fix storm water…
Apr 14 2020
Lower Swatara Township’s storm water fee is officially in place. The Pennsylvania township municipal authority unanimously approved three documents…
Feb 21 2020
In this month’s episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, hosts WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello, WWD Senior Managing Editor Bob…
Dec 19 2019
Anacortes, Washington will improve its storm water program as part of a settlement agreement it reached this month with Puget Soundkeeper Alliance (…
Dec 18 2019
The Dallas Area Municipal Authority (DAMA) won’t be raising the storm water fee for residents. Dallas, Texas residents will still be charged a $15…
Dec 6 2019
Vortex Companies Partners with Gemex to Form Vortex Mexico After months of negotiation, the Vortex Companies officially announced the launch of…
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