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Brooklyn's "Sponge Park" reduces sewage overflow and industrial toxins in Gowanus Canal
Found alongside industrial buildings and residential neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York, the Gowanus Canal has been faced contaminated stormwater and...
1.5 Million USD
Department of Transportation and Department of Environmental Protection
ShoreView, MN diverts stormwater runoff using second generation permeable pavement in neighborhoods
The City of Shoreview, Minnesota needed to limit stormwater runoff into Lake Owasso to achieve compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act (CWA). Usin...
City Engineer and DPW Director
Impact of Proper Maintenance of Combined Sewer Overflow System on Flooding in the City of Camden
The proper operation and maintenance of Camden’s sewer system is an important component of its efforts to mitigate CSOs and flooding. The results are ...
South Bend, IN
Employing Intelligent Watershed Technology to Reduce CSOs & Achieve Capital Savings
The South Bend Department of Public Works utilized BLU-X, Xylem's distributed real-time decision support system consisting of smart sensors and actuat...
10 Million USD
Department of Public Works
New York, NY
NYC Rooftop Stormwater System Captures 60% of Runoff, Avoiding Sewer Overflows
To combat the vulnerability of its sewer system to stormwater overflows, New York City tested innovative runoff capture programs on building rooftops....
110 Thousand USD
Using Large-scale Green Solutions to Reduce Overflows and Reinvigorate a Neighborhood
The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD) introduced a grey / green stormwater management and combined sewer overflow (CSO) project ...
100 Million USD
Building a Smarter Sewer System to Reduce Overflows in Greater Cincinnati
To keep sewage mixed with stormwater out of waterways during rain events, Metropolitan Sewer District built a smarter sewer system that costs less tha...
8 Million USD
Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD)
Memphis overhauls aging sewer system to support economic growth
The City of Memphis, TN was ordered to modernize its aging sewer system after it leaked sewage into waterways and homes. Through its 10-year Sewer Ass...
Department of Public Works
Kansas City, MO
Applying Adaptive Stormwater Control Technology in KCMO
The City of Kansas City, MO has implemented Opti technology at an existing 1.1 million-gallon stormwater storage facility located within City limits. ...
50 Thousand USD
City Manager’s Office at City of Kansas City, MO