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Sand filters generally control runoff water quality, providing very limited flow rate control. A typical sand filter system consists of two or three chambers or basins. The first is the sedimentation chamber, which removes floatables and heavy sediments. The second is the filtration chamber, which removes additional pollutants by filtering the runoff through a sand bed. The third is the discharge chamber. Infiltration trench, is a type of best management practice (BMP) that is used to manage stormwater runoff, prevent flooding and downstream erosion, and improve water quality in an adjacent river, stream, lake or bay. It is a shallow excavated trench filled with gravel or crushed stone that is designed to infiltrate stormwater though permeable soils into the groundwater aquifer.

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NEPTUNE TECHNOLOGY GROUP
Neptune’s E-Coder R900i combination absolute encoder register and radio frequency meter interface unit makes it easy to migrate from walk-by, to mobile, to fixed network data collection, while offering advanced smart metering. The E-Coder R900i’s two-way communications and interleaved mobile and high-power fixed network messages eliminate the need for site visits or

Project Profile: Choosing a Stormwater Chamber System

Project Profile: Choosing a Stormwater Chamber System

Recently, a 58-acre lot in Northampton County, PA, labeled by the town of Easton as First 33 Commerce Center, was developed into a subdivision containing three large land parcels. While two parcels of land were sold off, the third and largest parcel was transformed into a commerce park, housing two

Pipes, Culverts, and Detention Systems

Pipes, Culverts, and Detention Systems

When it comes to managing stormwater runoff, concrete, corrugated steel, and plastic pipes all have their place. The following three projects highlight the opportunities of using pipe for both conveying runoff and detaining it.

Managing Stormwater on a Historic Irish Site

Managing Stormwater on a Historic Irish Site

Grangegorman is a suburb of Dublin, Ireland, situated on the north side of the city, approximately a mile from the city center. It has a long history of serving the people of Dublin, particularly with the establishment of the Houses of Industry for the poor in the 1770s and St.

Toronto Premium Outlets Find Stormwater Management Solution

BROOKFIELD, CT/ Toronto Premium Outlets is the first Premium Outlet Center in Canada. The unenclosed center sits on a 45-acre site approximately 20 minutes west of Toronto in Halton Hills. Four entrances invite shoppers into a single-level, village-style setting with outdoor pedestrian courtyards that provide sufficient coverage for all-weather shopping.

Fairfax Gardens Receives Hope VI Grant to Revitalize Housing Development

BROOKFIELD, CT/ February 11, 2014 — Built in 1951, Fairfax Gardens is a 150-unit public housing development in the middle of a low-density, single-family neighborhood in Taunton, Mass. The development’s infrastructure, utilities and many building components are original to the site, making them outdated and in need of complete replacement.

Stormwater Storage for CubeSmart Headquarters

Stormwater Storage for CubeSmart Headquarters

CubeSmart, the fourth largest owner and operator of self-storage facilities in the country according to the 2011 Self Storage Almanac, is a self-administered and self-managed real estate company focused on the ownership, operation, acquisition, and development of self-storage facilities in the United States. CubeSmart owns or manages 479 self-storage facilities

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