Monthly Archives: October 2011

Pacific Garbage Patch Set to Get a Bonus Donation from Japan’s Tsunami

From YouTube Science Astronomy Physics Spaceflight Cosmology Channel via Sailing Anarchy: Accompanying text: Where Will the Debris from Japans Tsunami Drift in the Ocean? The powerful tsunami triggered by the 9.0 Tohoku Earthquake destroyed coastal towns near Sendai in Japan, washing … Continue reading

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Hard Work on Capital Hill

Founder of Stormwater Consulting, Inc. and Stormwater Maintenance, LLC, Ted Scott, was hard at work on Capital Hill in Washington DC this week.  On Tuesday, American Rivers hosted a Congressional briefing with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the National Association of … Continue reading

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Where We’ll Be: October 26, 2011 Maryland Engineers Conference

We will have a booth at the 2011 Maryland Engineers Conference.  Come visit us! For more information visit: http://www.mdspe.org

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Where We’ll Be: October 25, 2011 Capitol Hill Briefing

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Are Wet Pond or Wetland Sediments Toxic?

Thanks to Tom Schueler for forwarding this info to us.  This important question is often raised – should stormwater sediments be treated as hazardous waste? A study was recently conducted to evaluate the toxicity of sediments accumulated in the forebays … Continue reading

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