Stormwater infrastructure is typically showcased through lush green landscapes of aboveground stormwater control measures (SCMs) like ponds, bio-swales or green roofs. Still, underground infrastructure doesn’t see the light of day. These systems are commonly neglected due to their nature of construction below ground and their ‘out-of-sight, out-of-mind’ maintenance approach; however, these systems require specific maintenance to ensure proper functionality to mitigate flooding, sinkholes and property damage.
Break down the functionality, components and variations of underground SCMs.
Comprehend the risks associated with neglected systems that can lead to dangerous deficiencies like sinkholes, degrading systems and failed piping.
Explore restorative repairs and rehabilitation case studies, where neglected systems are restored to proper functionality to increase water quality of runoff and reduce property owner liability.
Analyze proprietary devices and how they can are used in conjunction with aboveground facilities to improve quantity and quality stormwater runoff performance.
Delve into the preventative maintenance requirements of these underground systems to increase the life cycle of the below-ground assets.
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