Stormwater Management News

  1. U.S. EPA Announces $4M Available In San Francisco Bay Watershed Restoration Grants

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting proposals for approximately $4M in grant funding to protect and restore San Francisco Bay watersheds and wetlands.

  2. New Research On Green Infrastructure Incentives For Private Property

    The Water Research Foundation has published new research to help utilities and municipalities incentivize the installation of green infrastructure (GI) on private property.

  3. Open-Storm Detroit Dynamics Team Wins First-Ever LIFT Intelligent Water Systems Challenge

    A team from the Great Lakes Water Authority and the University of Michigan won the first-ever Intelligent Water Systems Challenge for using data analytics to develop a tool to maximize the use of existing collection systems and minimize combined sewer overflows in Detroit.

  4. WEF Announces Fourth Year Of MS4 Award Winners At WEFTEC 2018

    Twenty-two high-performing municipalities received recognition in the fourth annual National Municipal Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Awards on Oct. 1.

  5. Cutting-Edge Developer To Deploy AbTech's Smart Sponge® Technologies For Stormwater Treatment

    Abtech Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: ABHD) (the "Company"), an environmental technologies firm dedicated to providing innovative solutions to communities, industry and governments addressing issues of water pollution and contamination, today reported that its subsidiary, AbTech Industries, Inc. ("AbTech"), has accepted a $318,240 order from Hugo Neu Corporation, a related party, for the installation of four stormwater outfall pipes at the Kearny Point Industrial Park redevelopment project in northern New Jersey.

  6. DC Water’s Anacostia River Tunnel Beating All Projections For A Cleaner Anacostia

    Six months ago, DC Water placed into service the first 7-mile segment of the Anacostia River Tunnel system to store combined sewage during rain events, keeping sewage overflows from entering the Anacostia River.

  7. Portrait Of Hurricane Florence Fallout Emerges

    As officials continue to tabulate the fallout from Hurricane Florence, it is clear the damage wrought by polluted floodwaters will be among the major challenges the region faces.

  8. Pennsylvania Department Of Transportation Settles EPA Multi-Site Construction-Related Stormwater Case, Protecting Water Quality In Pennsylvania

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) have agreed to settle a multi-site construction-related stormwater case. The parties are resolving 209 alleged violations at PennDOT-owned construction sites arising from PennDOT’s construction contractors failing to fully implement best management practices (BMPs) as required by the Clean Water Act and Pennsylvania’s Clean Streams Law.

  9. EPA Awards Delaware More Than $1.15M To Protect Water Quality

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it has awarded $1,164,612 to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) to improve the health of Delaware’s rivers and streams.

  10. StormwateRx Introduces Purus Nitrate For Stormwater Treatment

    StormwateRx LLC, a stormwater treatment and filtration company based in Portland, Oregon, today announced the development and release of a new product in its line of Purus advanced polishers, Purus Nitrate.