Subsurface Drainage | Environmental XPRT
Articles & Whitepapers
Rainwater harvesting for a government facility in Amberley, QLD - Australia - Case Study
In Amberley is one of the largest base facilities in Australia. The redevelopment works are valued at AU$331.5 million. New construction and refurbishment works to be undertaken include new living-in accommodation, maintenance facilities, storage, working and training accommodation, a combined mess and a new physical fitness centre. The site is owned by anAustralian Government Department. The ...
Wet Prairie Restoration & Created Wetland - Case Study
ERC was hired by the Columbus & Franklin County Metro Parks to restore approximately 75 acres of wetland habitat within a 150year-old farm field. This project included the installation of ...
The Basics of Drainage Media Design
In undertaking drainage design for soil-based cover systems, it’s vital to consider not just the thickness of the soil cover but also the soil cover permeability and drainage layer transmissivity. Drainage layer transmissivity is related to ...
Webinar: Linked surface and subsurface modeling
ASTM F2737 - 11 standard specification for corrugated high density polyethylene (HDPE) water quality units
ASTM D7001 - 06(2011) standard specification for geocomposites for pavement edge drains and other high-flow applications
ASTM C412M - 11 standard specification for concrete drain tile (Metric)
Equipment & Solutions
Geotextiles are of a material made from polypropylene or polyester, similar to a roll of thick fabric, produced in different weights which functions as separator plane aspect, avoiding mixing of two layers of different soils, and embedding a layer of another floor. They are available in a variety of weights depending on the specifications required for each project.