We recently learned of the re-launch of the BMPClean.org website. We’ve been listed for well over a year and have had several leads from it.
This website is a national directory of firms that provide stormwater related services. They have listings for stormwater contractors throughout the United States. The new site has quick zip code look-ups or national map searches.
This is a great site for municipalities to use as an independent reference to assist property owners and property managers in finding stormwater maintenance contractors. Definitely worth a look.
We turn and ugly problem into a beautiful solution. We specialize in low-impact BMPs to solve stormwater problems for any situation. Our most recent job was at Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta. It is a stormwater removal project that consists of a rain swale (dry stream with plants) that collects and infiltrates water from the parking lot at the entrance of the museum. It will remove and infiltrate over 300,000 gallons of water in a year from the stormdrain system. Fernbank has made it an exhibit. This project was funded by World Wildlife Fund with funds supplied by The Coca-Cola Company. Stormwater Landscapes did the design and installation. 770-876-1241