Apr 07, 2020

March/April 2020

Jim Lenhart Over the past twenty years or so (as evidenced by my gray hair) we have focused on storm water borne pollutants, such as oil and grease, trash, total dissolved solids (TSS), total phosphorus, heavy metals and, in some cases, total…
Each year during hurricane season, residents and leaders of coastal cities closely watch the news to keep up with the odds of a weather disaster. According to the National Climate Assessment, the intensity, frequency and duration of North Atlantic…
Storm water regulations relating to construction sites vary across the country. Whether the project exists in a state with its own National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit (NPDES) delegated authority or covered by the U.S. EPA’s…
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