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Stormwater Filtration Systems

The Case In Favor Of Filtering Stormwater

Groundwater is amongst the most important resources of water for drinking and households use. Water from rain and melted snow plays a significant role in replenishing and recharging groundwater resources. The rainwater that is absorbed into the ground after rains or melted snow turns into groundwater, whereas water that is does not absorb into the ground is referred to as runoff stormwater.

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Environmental Impacts of Dewatering

Understanding and Mitigating the Environmental Impacts of Dewatering.

Protecting the environment, understanding, and considering the potential effects of construction on the environment is the need of the moment. Dewatering and groundwater control includes a number of solutions that allow constructions and mining to be carried out; however, we must also take into consideration the impacts of these solutions on the environment.

Frequently Used Abbreviations in the Stormwater Industry

List of Frequently Used Abbreviations and Acronyms in the Stormwater Industry

Like every industry, the stormwater industry also has a few essential and frequently used abbreviations and acronyms:
1.        Best Management Practice – BMP
This abbreviation is generally used to when the best method or practice is being talked about to cater to a specific problem.