Water Reuse

Water reuse is used by storm water professionals to maximize natural resources and protect the environment. 

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Feb 7 2012
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is building a $50-million waste transfer station with 84 parking spots in the southern region of the state. The two-…
Jan 13 2012
Hanson Hardscapes receives awards for paving project in Palmetto Bay, Fla.Hanson Hardscapes was recognized by the National Concrete Masonry Assn. (…
Dec 16 2011
StormChamber is an open-bottom, HDPE infiltration chamber that functions in permeable and non-permeable soils for subsurface retention, detention,…
Nov 16 2011
Certified onsite water reuse technologies can reduce impact on environment, water costsNSF Intl. announced it published the first American national…
Oct 18 2011
Thirsty Duck buoyant flow control devices allow outlets to float at a fixed distance below the water surface, delivering a constant flow rate. The…
Oct 18 2011
Firestone Specialty Products has introduced its new Water Management Solutions line of products. The Firestone EPIC System is an onsite water…
Oct 11 2011
Mall's rainwater harvesting system designed to conserve more than 4 million gal of water annuallyThe Destiny USA complex in Syracuse, N.Y., announced…
Sep 20 2011
Rainstore3 is a new class of subsurface water storage, unique in the industry because of its flexibility. Modular units can be stacked from 4 in. to…
Aug 15 2011
The Infiltrator IM-1060 is a lightweight, strong and durable septic tank ideal for rainwater, pump or septic functions. The injection-molded model…
Mar 21 2011
The HighDRO-Pure Modular Rainwater Harvesting System’s unique design incorporates all components of a water recycling system into a single modular…
Oct 19 2001
The "headworks" of a wastewater treatment plant is the initial stage of a complex process. This process reduces the level of pollutants in the…
Dec 28 2000
  Editor’s Note: The first part of this article traced water resources development, its quality and the demand in Grand Turk. It appeared in the…
Dec 28 2000
The Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) are located 575 miles southeast of Miami and 100 miles north of Hispaniola. The capital, Cockburn Town, is on…
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