Dropzone Newsletter

October 2015


Stormwater Filtration: A Tail(water)-End Discussion

By: Jordan Kahlenberg – Sr. Stormwater Design Engineer
When designing a stormwater filtration system the two most common design constraints are treatment flow rate and sediment loading. In other words, how much flow can it filter/treat, and how much sediment (i.e. Total Suspended Solids, TSS) can it remove before maintenance is required? Both of these parameters are important to the design of a stormwater filtration system, but there is a third import...

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Stormwater Tidbits – A Public Education Series. Part 1: Doo-Doo No-No

By: Joel Garbon
We’ve all seen it plenty of times. Maybe while we are picnicking with our family, taking a stroll in a city park, and simply looking out a window into the neighborhood. Something draws our attention to a person walking their dog. The person stops as their pet sniffs the grass anxiously. The dog assumes the familiar defecation position, and the owner suddenly appears distracted by a compellin...

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