Dec 14, 2020

SWS 2020 Top Projects: Municipal Storm Water Management Facility Sediment Removal, Reuse and Water Quality Retrofit Project

SWS 2020 Top Projects: Municipal Storm Water Management Facility Sediment Removal, Reuse and Water Quality Retrofit Project

In this week’s interview, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns is joined by Jim Hartman, senior associate of Greenland Consulting and Andrew Palmer, project manager for Greenland Consulting, to discuss the Municipal Storm Water Management Facility Sediment Removal, Reuse and Water Quality Retrofit Project.

This project included sediment removal and the reuse and retrofit for a storm water management facility called “Pond #53” in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The main goal of the project was to identify solutions to address known storm water flow control volume and water quality issues. Additionally, the project sought to design innovative practices that were designed to improve efficiencies in sediment cleanouts and disposal, implement a retrofit design to facilitate improved sediment removal and downstream water quality and provide better sediment disposal options. 

The videos in this Top Project series will be presented in no particular order, except our final video, which will feature our #2020 Top Project.

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