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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Jul 20 2021
StormTrap offers water treatment applications to capture and remove trash and debris, floatables, hydrocarbons and sediments from waterways,…
Jul 13 2021
Representatives from EnterSolar and Bergmann Associates presented an initial proposal for a leased solar farm project at the Old Hill Farm in…
Jul 12 2021
In 2020, Environment North Carolina Research and Policy Center began an annual analysis of bacteria testing.  Beaches and rivers across the state…
Jul 9 2021
Arcadis announced its partnership with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to launch a $53 million program designed to…
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Jul 6 2021
LIVE | JULY 8, 2021 | 12PM CTThe Enviropod LittaTrap™  inlet filter captures trash, plastic, and debris conveyed in stormwater runoff. With a…
Jul 1 2021
A Tennessee state plan aims to rollback long-standing regulations for construction site storm water runoff.  These plans have received criticism from…
Jun 22 2021
City officials celebrated the opening of the Glenoaks-Filmore Stormwater Capture Project in Pacoima, Los Angeles, California.  The project will…
Jun 21 2021
There are proposed regulation changes to help lessen flooding for neighbors living near new residential construction built on single lots in…
Jun 17 2021
A $2.7 million project to mitigate flooding along West Bay Road in the town of Sterling, Cayuga County, New York, has been completed.  According to…
Jun 15 2021
The SciCloneXTM Separator (NJCAT / NJDEP) offers an industry-leading loading rate with enhanced lead times. The upgraded design improves performance…
Jun 8 2021
Over 100 North Annville Township residents verbalized their opposition to a proposed 1,200 acre solar farm west of Route 934 at the Union Water Works…
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The benefactors of funding are stakeholders and community members, who in this article, reap the benefits of green infrastructure in their neighborhoods.
Jun 1 2021
Storm water runoff and its impacts to communities nationwide, as a result of flooding events, drainage issues and increased pollution of local and…
Jun 1 2021
Half of the world's population lives in urban areas, and it is expected that by 2050 that figure will rise to above two-thirds. Cities have paved…
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The Ironbound area lies in a topographic depression that was developed with an approximate impervious coverage of 70%.
Jun 1 2021
Deep in the heart of New Jersey lies “The Ironbound” community, a working-class, multi-cultural neighborhood. Encompassing four square miles of the…
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Environmental scientist Dave Joyner is in the middle of a cost-sharing project with the Virginia Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts.
Jun 1 2021
Down around the brackish waters of the Commonwealth of Virginia where the Chesapeake Bay merges into the Atlantic Ocean, there is a sense of water,…
May 24 2021
The Texas General Land Office announced it awarded the city of Seguin $37.8 million and the city of Marion $9.9 million for storm water improvements…
May 24 2021
This week, Katie Johns, managing editor of Storm Water Solutions, is joined by the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash. Nash…
May 10 2021
Michigan’s Oakland County Water Resources Commissioners (WRC) Office is in the process of implementing new standards to help reduce the amount of…
May 5 2021
On April 8, 2021, the Department of Health Clean Water Branch (CWB) published in the Hawaii Tribune-Herald a tentative recommendation to renew a…
May 4 2021
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that more than $148 million has been awarded to communities through the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s (DEO…
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