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Explore Your Options: Stormwater Treatment Solutions Used on Publicly-Funded Projects

OCTOBER 19TH, 2022 | 2 PM EST

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Things to Consider for Large Diameter Gravity Flow Thermoplast...

I know you all have been waiting with baited breath to find out the in's and out's of the last two considerations when evaluating a large diameter flow  thermoplastic sewer solution. To recap,  typically, the larger diameters tend to have far less directional changes and lateral connections.  Also, interceptors tend to have deeper heights-of-cover

Things to Consider for Large Diameter Gravity Flow Thermoplast...

The need for large and ultra-large sanitary sewers is growing as community populations and conveyance flow requirements increase.  Many expert studies have estimated that the sanitary sewer market will grow at a 6% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the coming years.  With this growth, alternative materials, such as thermoplastics, are being

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Protecting Phosphorus Limited Receiving Waters with Stormwater...

Bioretention has been the principal form of Low-Impact Development (LID) used to slow, treat, retain and infiltrate stormwater runoff, mimicking a site's natural, pre-development hydrology. One aspect of bioretention that has some scientists and regulators concerned is the phenomenon known as nutrient leaching. Nutrient leaching occurs when the bioretention media, which often contains compost, breaks down and releases phosphorus to downstream receiving waters.

Most Frequently Asked Question: How Do You Prevent Filterra Bi...

It's hard to believe, but it has been almost twenty years since Filterra bioretention was introduced as a high-flow stormwater treatment system. For those that don't know, Filterra is an engineered high-flow biofiltration/bioretention system that operates similar to traditional bioretention but with high flow rates in a much smaller

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