Low impact development is a stormwater management and land development approach that mimics the natural hydrological cycle to manage stormwater.
To satisfy the city’s Zero Net Increase for Stormwater Runoff Law, the underground system used 87 StormTech® MC-3500 chambers.
Speaking at an environmental and green infrastructure event on November 15, 2016, Dianne Saxe, the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO), released a technical paper:...
With aging infrastructure, lack of preventative maintenance, and more instances of failures, municipalities are reviewing their stormwater funding systems.
StormTrap, a provider of stormwater management systems, and Lafarge Canada, Inc. have entered into a licensing and manufacturing agreement.
In a 2005 study by the National Research Council of Canada, researchers found that social costs can add up to 400% of construction costs. This is particularly relevant when culverts are in high traffic areas or buried deeply.
Stormwater has traditionally been collected by storm sewer networks and conveyed to downstream centralized permanent pool stormwater management (SWM) ponds. There it is treated...
A review by Environment Canada's is the latest development in the controversy surrounding Montreal's plan to dump sewage into the St. Lawrence River.
A Toronto based group is building a network of facility-level water projects to alleviate the burden on municipal stormwater management infrastructure.
Flooding related lawsuits against municipalities, conservation authorities and governments, show the legal risks associated with stormwater management.