STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CASE STUDIES AND WHITE PAPERS

Field And Office Technologies Improve Stormwater Systems

Although the city of Bozeman, Montana’s stormwater system has been silently producing front-page news for decades, it has typically only flowed into the spotlight because of an incident or an emergency.

  • Using Technology And Best Business Practices To Make The Best Use Of Resources And Save Public Dollars
    Using Technology And Best Business Practices To Make The Best Use Of Resources And Save Public Dollars

    Creating long-term efficiencies and sustainability is a huge focus of today’s government sector.  Every day the charge of Public Works’ leaders is to do more, with less. Further, technology, if used correctly, can be an effective tool for organizing work and cutting costs. 

  • Ultrafiltration Stormwater Recovery System At Cincinnati Zoo Reaches Optimal Performance
    Ultrafiltration Stormwater Recovery System At Cincinnati Zoo Reaches Optimal Performance

    The Cincinnati Zoo uses an ultrafiltration system (UF) to treat stormwater. The reclaimed water is collected from 14 acres of the park, including parking lots, animal exhibit yards, rooftop drains, and walking path storm drains

  • Grundfos, Pumps Of Houston Solve Decades-Old Storm Water Problem In Texas
    Grundfos, Pumps Of Houston Solve Decades-Old Storm Water Problem In Texas

    Pumping station prevents flooding from blocking hurricane evacuation routes near Gulf Coast

  • Wastewater Plant Taking Proactive Measures To Protect Natural Resources
    Wastewater Plant Taking Proactive Measures To Protect Natural Resources

    The Prince William County Service Authority carefully considers its impact to the environment when conducting wastewater treatment.

  • Constructing A Winding Box Culvert Channel In A Steep, Rocky Canyon
    Constructing A Winding Box Culvert Channel In A Steep, Rocky Canyon

    Special precast box culverts were used for one of the most significant segments of the $25.8 million emergency water restoration project, designated by the NRCS, known as the Cache Water Restoration Project (CWRP). The CWRP project involved the reconstruction and improvement of approximately six miles of mostly open, unlined channels that make up the Logan and Northern, as well as the Hyde Park and Smithfield canals. The project incorporated new precast pipeline, box culverts, a section of pressurized pipe, metering systems, turn-outs, head gates, and improved maintenance access.

  • Michigan Utility’s New Pumps Underscore Advancements In Wastewater Handling
    Michigan Utility’s New Pumps Underscore Advancements In Wastewater Handling

    Ypsilanti’s pumps, originally put into service in 1982, became priority candidates for replacement after operating ten years beyond their expected 20 year service life. The Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authority (YCUA), included the project in the utility’s Master Plan.

  • Submersible Pumps Eliminate Flood Damage Concerns At LaGuardia Airport
    Submersible Pumps Eliminate Flood Damage Concerns At LaGuardia Airport

    During Hurricane Sandy, La Guardia Airport’s five stormwater pump stations lost power, resulting in flooding of an estimated 100 million gallons of water.  The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey quickly moved up its planned renovations and installed nine axial flow pumps capable of moving large volumes of water at low heads. The propeller-type pumps have motors that are invulnerable to submersion during high-water incidents, improving the airport’s stormwater control, flexibility, and operational efficiency.

  • Flood Improvement And LID Modeling Using <B>XP‐SWMM</b>
    Flood Improvement And LID Modeling Using XP‐SWMM

    Over the years, a number of severe storms have impacted the Harris Gully watershed, including Tropical Storm Allison, which resulted in $5 billion in damages in 2001. Inundation was especially severe at the downstream portions of Harris Gully, where Rice University and the Texas Medical Center are located. A1D/2D hydraulic model (XPSWMM) was instrumental in simulating and evaluating the effects of a proposed drainage alternative.

    By Andrew Juan, Dr. Nick Fang, and Dr. Philip Bedient, Rice University

  • Membrane Filtration Water Treatment Plant Meets Hotel Complex's Needs

    The Little America West Hotel complex located near the town of Granger, Wyoming, used an outdated surface water treatment plant that provided poor quality water during storm events.

  • Stormwater Treatment and Reuse - Toronto, Ontario (Case Study)
    Stormwater Treatment and Reuse - Toronto, Ontario (Case Study)

    Sherbourne Common is an innovative waterfront park that provides the public with green recreational space along Lake Ontario in a former industrial area. 

Asset Inspections Are Optimal Tool For Maintenance And Capital Improvement

Infrastructure asset inspection process is a tool that identifies deficiencies, creates backlog, establishes proactive maintenance, and monitors life cycles; as well as assists agencies in identifying projects for their Capital Improvement Program (CIP). These inspections can provide both a short-term benefit through work identification for repair and maintenance efforts and a long-term benefit of project identification of new capital improvements and enhancement. By Michael Garcia, PSM, Program Manager II , Seminole County Public Works and Chandra Greiner, CPM, Consultant, LA Consulting

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STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PRODUCTS

d-Rain Joint™ Pavement Rainwater Filtration System

d-Rain Joint™ Pavement Rainwater Filtration System

Developed to satisfy permeable, pervious driveway requirements, the d-Rain Joint devices provide stormwater infi ltration through an impervious surface. Install in any residential or commercial applications: Installing a permeable drainage device for impervious pavements allow storm water to infi ltrate slowly into the ground at a fl ow rate of more than 2 gallons per minute per linear foot.

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WWETCO FlexFilter™

The WWETCO FlexFilter™ from WesTech uses compressible media to provide an efficient new solution for CSO, Primary Treatment, Tertiary Treatment and Industrial Water Pretreatment. The FlexFilter™ is a simple gravity system with a robust design requiring no moving parts. The combination of tapered media compression, porosity gradient within the media bed and a low flow backwash system make the WWETCO FlexFilter™ one of the most versatile and efficient filters on the market.

Hydro-Guard® HG-8 Automatic Flushing System

Hydro-Guard® HG-8 Automatic Flushing System

Designed to increase chlorine residual consistency in potable water systems, Mueller® has added the HG-8 model to the expanding line of Hydro-Guard® Automatic Flushing Systems. Hydro-Guard HG-8 is installed below the frost-line, with all components easily accessible from the ground surface in the Mueller Thermal-Coil® Box. Dechlorinated discharge water is directed to the storm water drainage system or local retention pond. In addition, the product is designed to accept a 1-inch meter.

5000s Compact-Enclosure Water Treatment System

5000s Compact-Enclosure Water Treatment System

The 5000s model of pH control systems from Fortrans features a full size utility building with lockable steel door, lights and shelving. The 5000s offers similar process water and stormwater treatment capabilities as the 5000b system.

<B>xpdrainage</b> Drainage Design Software

xpdrainage Drainage Design Software

xpdrainage is a sustainable drainage design software for urban planners, civil engineers, and landscape architects. It leads the user through the entire drainage design process from conceptual design to water quality analysis to hydraulic flow analysis of the surface and subsurface.

Level TROLL 500 Instruments

Level TROLL 500 Instruments

For confidence in all applications, including saltwater, choose the titanium Level TROLL® 500 instrument.
Level TROLL 700 Instruments

Level TROLL 700 Instruments

Choose the titanium Level TROLL® 700 instrument when you need a water level instrument with exceptional performance.
Stormwater Management Solution

Stormwater Management Solution

Looking for sustainable measures aligned with low-impact development, wastewater and stormwater utilities are implementing accurate information and rapid data assimilation, made possible through information technology (IT), to make the most of the infrastructures they now operate.

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STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PODCASTS

Hinge-Less Valve Keeps Sewers Functional

Hinge-Less Valve Keeps Sewers Functional

In 1984, the US EPA asked Red Valve to help mitigate some of the inflow and infiltration problems it was seeing with traditional flap gate valves.

Peracetic Acid Offers Single Step Treatment Of Wet Weather Flows

Peracetic Acid Offers Single Step Treatment Of Wet Weather Flows

Many utilities are looking at peracetic acid (PAA) as a safe means to quickly treat sewer overflows when treating storm water. Because PAA, which is created by mixing peroxide with acetic acid, contains different properties than traditional chlorine compounds, it doesn’t come with chlorine-related disinfection byproducts.

San Francisco Treat: An Insider’s Look At Infrastructure Renewal

San Francisco Treat: An Insider’s Look At Infrastructure Renewal

As the program director for a $6.9-billion initiative at one of America’s foremost cities, Karen Kubick has a lot on her plate. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is upgrading the city and county’s wastewater system to “bring it forward for the challenges of the future and challenges of today,” says Kubick, and doing so in a progressive manner.

Solving Wet Weather—The Impact On Secondary Treatment

Solving Wet Weather—The Impact On Secondary Treatment

Extreme wet weather events aren’t that common. But that doesn’t mean they should be ignored, says Julian Sandino of CH2M Hill. 

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STORMWATER MANAGEMENT VIDEOS

Largest Compressible Media Filter In The World Implemented

Largest Compressible Media Filter In The World Implemented

When the Springfield, OH, plant was presented with the mandate to meet stricter guidelines for the control and treatment of combined sewer overflows, it started down a road that would eventually lead it to the largest compressed media filter installation in the world.

KSB Amarex Cooling Jacket Submersible Pump

KSB Amarex Cooling Jacket Submersible Pump

KSB submersible pumps with advanced self-contained cooling jacket design can be used as dry mount or submersible pumps. Handling of all types of abrasive or aggressive waste water in water and waste water engineering as well as industry, especially untreated sewage containing long fibers and solid substances, fluids containing gas / air, as well as raw, activated and digested sludge; sea water desalination.

Who Is KSB?

Who Is KSB?

Water is crucial for our survival. Clean water supplies and efficient sewage treatment have never been more important.

2D Modelling Series Pt 1: Modelling with Different Cell Sizes

2D Modelling Series Pt 1: Modelling with Different Cell Sizes

Webinars are XP Solutions' way of reaching out to discuss not only the tools we design, but the hot topics in water collection in our present world. XP-Live Webinars provide an opportunity for experts in their fields to offer demonstrations in concepts and practices in design, modeling, planning, reviewing and more. XPertorials are shorter webinars that provide tips and tricks for using XP Solutions software products.

The XPDRAINAGE Treatment Train Approach

The XPDRAINAGE Treatment Train Approach

In this webinar you will see how to apply xpdrainage to a site in order to compare pre- and post-development flows and water quality for various LID practices.

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