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  • ACT leads the way on stormwater capture

    Yarram and Stratford farmers affected by falling groundwater levels in Victoria's Latrobe Aquifer will receive payments as part of a $5 million assistance package. The Latrobe Aquifer Financial Assistance Package includes $3.6 million from the Australian Government's Water for the Future plan and $1.4 million from the Victorian Government. Australian Government Parliamentary Secretary for Water ...


    By Australian Government

  • Stormwater Magazine Features StormTrap’s Stormwater Management Systems for the Chicago Navy Pier Renovation Project

    The Navy Pier in Chicago has undergone many changes since its construction began in 1914; it has served as a commercial pier and entertainment venue, a Navy training center, a college classroom for the University of Illinois for returning war veterans in 1946, and finally as a public gathering ...


    By StormTrap, LLC

  • New Dragflow pumps

    Dragflow manufactures unique specialized submersible pumps for heavy duty pumping applications, specifically designed for the pumping of slurries with a high content of abrasive solids. Aquatech now offers this unique pump line and technology to the Canadian market as an exclusive distributor for Eastern Canada (Ontario and Quebec through to the Canadian East Coast). What’s ...


    By Aquatech Dewatering Company

  • Stormwater bypass and treatment project protects sensitive cold water stream

    Aquatech Dewatering was recently retained to intercept, bypass and filter exceedingly turbid stormwater passing through a large drainage ditch, which ran through an area under construction before entering a natural water course, located in the Greater Toronto Area. The main challenge was to design, install and commission a system that would handle flows raining from 76 litres to 7,600 litres per ...


    By Aquatech Dewatering Company

  • Stormwater upgrades will help keep Florida`s Naples Bay clean

    The South Florida Water Management District Governing Board has authorized $1.5 million for a city of Naples stormwater improvement project benefiting Naples Bay. The district funds are part of the total $7.7 million effort. The funding will allow the city to implement a broad range of stormwater improvements, including pump station upgrades, storm sewer upgrades, swale restoration, creation of ...

  • Black & Veatch selected to design $244 million deep rock tunnel to combat sewer and stormwater overflows

    tunnel can provide cleaner and healthier waterways in Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio – Planning is now underway for a $244 million, 1.2-mile tunnel system, pump station and enhanced high-rate treatment facility in Cincinnati, Ohio, that could reduce the mixture of sewage and stormwater that enters local waterways, improving the quality of life for the more than 2 million people living in the ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Bedford pumps newsletter February 2011

    Bedford Pumps Ltd. in collaboration with Morgan Farrans jv, recently contributed to the success of one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Northern Ireland with the installation of six 15 tonne Storm Water pumps. The pumps, among the largest in Northern Ireland, are a crucial part of Northern Ireland Water’s £160 million Belfast Sewers project, commissioned to overhaul the ...


    By Bedford Pumps Ltd

  • Klargester launches new Attenuation Systems and 24hr Storage Pump Stations

    Leading manufacturer, Klargester, has launched a new range of Stormwater attenuation tanks and a range of high capacity pumping systems, both designed to complement its existing series of sustainable urban drainage solutions (SUDS) products. Stormwater run-off and an increased risk of flooding is becoming a huge challenge for developers. In addition to increased rainfall and rising sea levels ...


    By Kingspan Water & Energy

  • WESTON Integrated Team Delivers in New Orleans, LA – Canal Pumps Exceed Expectations

    NEW ORLEANS—September 13, 2007— Weston Solutions, Inc. (WESTON®) announced today the successful on time completion of pumping station projects on two canals in New Orleans, Louisiana under a design-build contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hurricane Protection Office (HPO). The success of the project is a significant milestone in New Orleans hurricane protection efforts. The project ...


    By Weston Solutions, Inc

  • Bell & Gossett pumps power heating and cooling systems at U.S Bank Stadium

    U.S. Bank Stadium, the largest public works project in Minnesota history, is not just a multipurpose stadium in Minneapolis — it’s a work of art. Built on the site of the former Metrodome, the $1.1 billion stadium is nearly twice the size as the National Football League’s Minnesota Vikings’ old home, and is praised not only for its unique architecture but also for its ...

  • United Utilities Framework Success

    Bedford Pumps Ltd have recently signed an agreement with United Utilities Water Plc to be their exclusive supplier of mixed–axial flow bowl type pumps for the water and wastewater sectors. This agreement will ensure that Bedford Pumps will supply all new and replacement mixed and axial flow pumps, spares and associated equipment throughout the United Utilities area for a 5 year period. The ...


    By Bedford Pumps Ltd

  • The New ADS Spider is High Tech Simplicity

    The new ADS Spider™ is an easy-to-use, place-anywhere, data logging and alarm monitoring system for broad application including water and sewer pumping stations, CSOs, and stormwater monitoring. It has an optional battery pack, remote data access and customer-driven notification specifications. The ADS Spider is a stand-alone, compact, single-box system that requires no user software. It operates ...


    By ADS Environmental Services

  • NACWA, NRDC Forward Statement Supporting Green Infrastructure to EPA

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and 20 other groups representing conservation interests, public utilities, and state regulators have joined forces to promote the use of green infrastructure as an economical and efficient way to reduce the impacts of combined and sanitary sewer overflows and to control stormwater runoff.  ...

  • Cleaning Worcester`s water without breaking the bank

    New England's second largest city is working towards better control of polluted stormwater to its streams, ponds and lakes with a newly proposed draft stormwater permit, developed jointly by the U.S. EPA and the state of Massachusetts. Formally proposed Friday after two years of discussions, the permit is intended to provide improved environmental protection in the city of Worcester, population ...

  • WaStop installation 15 years on …

    Mönsterås in Sweden was one of the early WaStop Inline Check Valve installations. The issue faced was high sea levels during onshore winds.  This caused the sea water to be forced up into the stormwater system, leading to back flow into the sewer system through the emergency overflow pipes.  This in turn caused flooding in low lying houses upstream as well as surface flooding ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Going Green Will Save Lancaster in Controlling Storm Water

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a report today that found green infrastructure can be a cost effective solution to controlling stormwater while providing numerous economic benefits. Using the City of Lancaster as a case study, EPA sought to quantify the economic benefits associated with utilizing green infrastructure for controlling wet weather pollution. “Cities ...

  • EPA, Chesapeake Bay Trust Announce $400,000 in grants through green streets, green jobs, Green Towns Program

    Today, the Chesapeake Bay Trust and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced $400,000 in funding to seven municipalities and nonprofit organizations through the Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Initiative (G3). Jointly funded by the Trust and EPA, G3 supports green infrastructure projects that improve water quality, community livability, and economic vitality throughout the region. ...

  • Protecting the Nation`s Water Supply from Attack

    Nation’s First Physical Security Standard Guidelines for Water/Wastewater Utilities Released  Alexandria, Va. - The nation’s first standard guidelines for protecting the public from potential malevolent acts and other threats by enhancing the physical security of water and wastewater infrastructure systems were released today for trial use by water and wastewater ...

  • Picerne Military Management to Pay $24,900 Penalty to Settle Violations of Clean Water Act at Fort Riley, Kan.

    Picerne Military Management, LLC, has agreed to pay a $24,900 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act at Fort Riley, Kan. On Dec. 20 and 21, 2011, Picerne pumped between 5,000 and 9,000 gallons of raw sewage from a crawl space beneath a townhome into a storm drain inlet. Over the course of the two days, the raw sewage was pumped into and through the stormwater ...

  • New low cost alarming and data logging products from ADS

    Three new products from ADS offer innovative solutions to data logging and alarming with low cost and high technology. The new ADS® FlowAlert™ is a depth-based alarm system offering an economical alternative for wastewater collection system monitoring. This new wireless alarming system supports both float switches and a depth sensor. It can be deployed as a stand-alone unit or as part of a ...


    By ADS Environmental Services

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