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Summer has come to a close, and school is back in session-for professionals and students alike. In the storm water and erosion control industry, professionals are planning their remaining Professional Development Hours (PDH) for the year and seeking…
The Greens Bayou watershed in north Harris County covers 212 sq miles, parts of Houston and Humble, Texas, and includes primary tributaries: Greens Bayou, Halls Bayou, Garners Bayou and Reinhardt Bayou. Storms influence the lower 10 miles of the…
Retaining walls often are the structures of choice for many types of land and water control, as well as manipulation. They are a means to obtain or maintain dominance over the natural environment. Walls using mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) backfill…
In Redmond, Wash., the new Overlake Village park-and-ride is getting a 10-ft-wide-by-36-ft-long-by-18-ft-deep StormCapture PV system with 65, 30-in.-tall PerkFilter cartridges for storm water treatment. It also will receive a 12-ft-diameter Downstream…
Approximately 30 miles northwest of Chicago, the village of Bartlett, Ill., purchased a Crosswind1 regenerative air sweeper—the single-engine configuration of Elgin Sweeper’s Crosswind sweeper—after testing a pre-production unit on local streets. A…
In late 2016, designs for the former VF Outlet Center were unveiled. This project, costing more than $70 million in redevelopment, would affect a 34-acre site from Equus Capital Partners. The planned transformation of one of Berks County’s most iconic…
The responsibility to care for the environment and about water conservation falls to governments, companies, customers and consumers. In short, everyone is responsible. To this end, Wessuc Inc., a Canadian company specializing in and possessing…
Communities across the U.S. face the challenge of effectively using taxpayer dollars to meet National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements. Washington County, Md., which is in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, must also meet the…
The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) invests millions of dollars each year in renewing storm culverts that run trans- versely under its network of federal and state highways as part of its highway construction program. Recognizing that a…
Cleanway's client has a history of protecting life and property by fighting fires, performing low-impact logging, and providing disaster relief and reconstruction efforts around the world. Its core values are engineered to ensure employee health and…
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