Runoff Treatment

Runoff is a common challenge in the storm water industry. Read below for the latest news, trends and products relating to runoff treatment. 

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May 20 2022
What Does Storm Water Mean? Storm water can be defined as the water that results from precipitation, which includes rainwater, subsoil water or…
May 17 2022
During the  years I’ve spent in storm water management, we’ve devoted most resources to managing the storm water runoff created by new development.…
May 9 2022
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will be implementing a stronger post-development storm water management policy for solar…
May 3 2022
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to seek out federal money to fix storm water infrastructure. The goal is to better…
Apr 29 2022
Escondido, California, often called the “heart of northern San Diego,” is located just 30 miles outside of downtown San Diego and 20 minutes from the…
Apr 25 2022
A condominium development on Main Street in Massachusetts has been experiencing continued problems with storm water runoff causing erosion and…
Apr 22 2022
Storm water pipes and culverts (pipes) serve a valuable function in a community’s subsurface infrastructure. Not only are they an essential component…
Apr 21 2022
Pennsylvania’s plan for cutting pollution to the Chesapeake Bay has been deemed inadequate by the U.S. EPA. According to The Post-Gazette, the EPA…
Apr 20 2022
New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection announced a new $10 million grant program to support waterbody conservation and combat pollution…
Apr 19 2022
Reduce runoff through infiltration while capturing and retaining pollutants like sediment, heavy metals, nutrients, oils and floatable debris with…
Apr 4 2022
Register here | April 21 | 1 p.m. CT Runoff from storm water continues to be a major cause of water pollution in urban as well as suburban…
A solution is in sight for the HABS problem that has plagued our lakes from the early 1970s. Professor Emeritus Wayne Carmichael discusses the multi-level approach to remediation of HABS below.
A solution is in sight for the HABS problem that has plagued our lakes from the early 1970s. Professor Emeritus Wayne Carmichael discusses the multi-level approach to remediation of HABS below.
Apr 1 2022
Cyanobacteria harmful algae blooms (cyanoHABs) continue to intensify globally. These blooms represent a potential health risk to both water and food…
Feb 28 2022
This week on Dropping By,  Katie Johns, managing editor of Storm Water Solutions, is joined by Lawrence Field, president, founder and owner of…
Feb 25 2022
The award-winning Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park is a 126-acre park located in the community of Willowbrook in South Los Angeles – the largest open…
Feb 15 2022
Downstream Defender® is an advanced hydrodynamic vortex separator that reliably captures and retains sediments, oil, trash and floatable debris from…
Feb 10 2022
Lakeland, Florida, has been awarded a State Water Quality Assistance Grant in the amount of $280,000 from the Florida Department of Environmental…
Feb 8 2022
Fredericksburg, Virginia, has received a $3.25 million grant from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.  These funds will help tackle…
Runoff, french drains
French drains are one option when it comes to redirecting water away from home foundations.
Feb 2 2022
Managing storm water in a way that is not detrimental to the environment and your neighbors’ properties can be challenging. Add in the fact that…
Feb 2 2022
The city of South San Francisco is constructing a regional storm water capture project that is the first of its kind in northern California. The…
Jan 24 2022
Register here | February 24 | 1 p.m. CT  This webinar will present new developments related to runoff reduction and findings from the International…
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