Stormwater Management, Inc.

Stormwater filtration system meets clean water requirements for urban redevelopment effort

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In metropolitan areas, the supply of undeveloped land is shrinking, causing developers to turn to previously developed land that needs environmental cleanup. Many of these brownfield properties are in excellent locations and have transportation access, making them ideal targets for city redevelopment and revitalization efforts.

A 26-acre brownfield on the Hudson River near the ports of Elizabeth and Newark, N.J., Greenville Yards will hold two frozen food warehouses with 72 truck bays, new parking lots, and new drainage systems. Installing a filtration system to treat stormwater runoff for such sites can prove beneficial for the developer, the city and the environment.

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