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PWD has designed a monitoring program to collect many types of environmental data including precipitation, sewer flow, and data on GSI performance.

Data analyses confirm GSI value in overflow control

Designed to reduce combined sewer overflow, green infrastructure in the city of Philadelphia, Pa., in the U.S., has been proven effective based on monitoring data analyses, according to Dwayne Myers and Andrew Baldridge of CDM Smith and Chris Bergerson, Taylor Heffernan, Varsha Raj, Stephen White, and Elizabeth Mannarino of the Philadelphia Water Department. Many water […]

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From planning to permitting, stormwater apps help industrial property owners

As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) begins to focus on stricter regulations to deter industrial stormwater pollution as one of its National Enforcement Initiatives for the next 3 years, administrators of large industrial properties may want to consider new solutions to maximize the efficiency of their runoff management systems. Emerging technologies — such as […]

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