Stormwater Management News

  1. Seattle Waste Plant Battered By Historic Flood

    Historic flooding crippled a wastewater treatment plant in Seattle this month, damaging equipment and leaving the inside of the facility 12-feet deep in sewage in some areas.

  2. Innovyze Releases InfoSWMM SA Product Portfolio Of Next-Generation GIS-Based Sewer Modeling Solutions

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced the worldwide release of the InfoSWMM SA (Stand-Alone) product portfolio.

  3. California Rain Brings Stormwater Challenges

    As rainstorms flood California, the weather is presenting challenges to stormwater managers. Parts of the state are facing the threat of “rapid onset flooding.”

  4. Wastewater Utilities Face Uncertain Climate Change Future

    As climate change continues to advance, some are wondering whether our wastewater systems are equipped to handle the future.

  5. King County Continues Work To Restore Operations At West Point Treatment Plant

    King County has mobilized crews and equipment to respond to flooding at the West Point Treatment Plant, which experienced an equipment shutdown early on Thursday, Feb. 9. 

  6. West Virginia To Improve Oversight Of Coal-Mining Pollution

    A federal review of West Virginia’s oversight of mountaintop-removal and surface coal mining has revealed persistent failures to enforce mandatory protections, such as water-quality standards, designed to protect people and the environment from controversial coal-mining practices.

  7. DC Water And The Water Environment Federation Announce Inaugural National Green Infrastructure Program Certifications

    DC Water and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) recently announce the issuance of the first certifications under the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP).

  8. British Water Partners Highways England To Tackle Drainage

    Innovative approaches to the design, building and maintenance of drainage systems will be the focus of an event bringing together water industry experts and professionals responsible for England’s motorways and trunk roads.

  9. AXA And SUEZ Partner To Improve Resilience For Cities, Territories And Industries Against Flood Risks

    AXA and SUEZ agreed on a partnership to improve resilience of cities and territories against flood risks. By joining their competencies, the two groups will propose solutions to communities and industries to help them improve resilience, a factor of performance and attractiveness.

  10. Largest Stormwater Detention System, To Date, Installed In Southern CA

    Oldcastle Precast, worked with owner LS-OC Portola LLCL, general contractor Landsea Holding Corporation, and engineer Hunsaker & Associates to design and manufacture several of the largest and deepest StormCapture stormwater detention systems installed to date.