Stormwater Management Case Studies and White Papers

  1. Royal Environmental Systems And Water Tectonics Design State-Of-The-Art Stormwater Treatment System
    2/14/2008
    Located 20 miles east of Seattle,Washington, Redmond is home to 50,000 residents and many high-tech and biomedical companies, including Microsoft. Redmond’s downtown drainage area is dominated by commercial, industrial and roadway areas, with typical surface pavement contaminants such as metals, nutrients and sediments
  2. Case Study: Royal Environmental Systems And Water Tectonics Design State-Of-The-Art Stormwater Treatment System
    2/14/2008
    Located 20 miles east of Seattle, WA, Redmond is home to 50,000 residents and many high-tech and biomedical companies, including Microsoft. Redmond’s downtown drainage area is dominated by commercial, industrial, and roadway areas, with typical surface pavement contaminants such as metals, nutrients, and sediments. To help prevent stormwater runoff from harming local waterways, the city developed stringent stormwater regulations and sought a permanent stormwater treatment system that exceeded existing environmental guidelines
  3. Stormwater Management, Erosion Control and Stormwater BMP's Solutions Hub
    1/26/2008
    Whatever application you are searching for in the stormwater industry, Water Online's Stormwater, Stormwater Management, Erosion Control and Stormwater BMP's Solutions Hub is the first and only place you will need to stop. The stormwater center is the authority on stormwater news, regulations, and applications.
  4. Case Study: Andrews Infrastructure - Sewer Main remote inspection
    12/10/2007
    Andrews Infrastructure provides remote sewer-main inspection to municipalities. A problem for the firm was the lowering and retrieval of its cameras and umbilical cords down deep shafts
  5. Case Study: Jewett Elementary School
    9/27/2007
    The Mission Statement of the Rogue Valley Sewer Services of Jackson County, Oregon states: “It is the mission of Rogue Valley Sewer Services (RVS) to provide and maintain all sewer and storm drain systems within its boundaries, and provide customers with competent and professional services in the most cost-effective manner possible while maintaining the quality of life and the health, safety, and welfare of Rogue Valley constituents.” A key part of this endeavor was the Jewett Elementary School Project in the city of Central Point, OR
  6. White Paper: Comparison Of Stormwater Quality Treatment Guidelines And Critical Structural Best Management Performance Factors And Parameters To Consider
    1/13/2006
    Provisions to protect source water have become an important consideration in urban development in North America. In the United States, Phase I and Phase II of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) stormwater program require owner/operators to address stormwater runoff pollution issues. The program relies on National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits to implement programs and practices to control polluted stormwater runoff...
  7. Case Study: New Option For Stormwater Treatment Maximizes Usable Land Area For Redevelopment
    3/8/2005
    In June 2002, First Independent Bank of Vancouver, Wash., began construction on its 15,000 square-foot First Investments Plaza office complex.
  8. Case Study: Chemical Company Achieves Compliance While Pretreating Water For Use On Public Golf Course
    2/10/2005
    A worker at Millennium Specialty Chemicals of Jacksonville, Fla. monitors a cooling water tank gauge.