Category Archives: Stormwater Management
As reflected by the EPA’s TMDL (Total Maximum Daily Loads), Baltimore City has a very real trash problem. For a wide variety of socioeconomic reasons, litter is thrown on the streets or often tossed directly into storm drain catch basins. … Continue reading
The Virginia Water Environment Association (VWEA) will be hosting a one day seminar in Richmond, VA on March 19, 2013 called: The Cost of Compliance: BMP Planning, Cost, and Maintenance. Stormwater Maintenance & Consulting‘s own Ted Scott will be there … Continue reading
This is the final video in the Chesapeake Stormwater Network series about Low Impact Development BMPs. In it, experts (including SWM‘s Ted Scott and Bob Ferstler) talk about how to properly maintain bioretention facilities and what common problems to look … Continue reading
As engineers, we found this video to be quite fascinating. It dissects and answers an interesting question: How do trees transfer straight up – sometimes as much as 300 vertical feet? Found on the Blue Water Baltimore Facebook page. While … Continue reading
The next installment of Chesapeake Stormwater Network‘s video series has been released! This video is about inspecting LID stormwater practices. Viewers will learn about the common problems inspectors find in bioretention facilities, bioswales and permeable pavement. Inspections can be done … Continue reading
Stormwater Maintenance, LLC is excited to see the release of this three-video series on Stormwater BMP Maintenance. Why?? Because we’re in them! But also because they help the public learn more about Low Impact Development methods of stormwater management. This … Continue reading
Tickets are on sale for the 5th Annual Trash Bash! Hosted by Blue Water Baltimore, the Trash Bash is a popular fundraiser that is all about food, live music, and fun. Date: Saturday, September 22, 2012 Time: 12pm – 5pm … Continue reading
Ted Scott will be the Keynote presenter at the Ohio Stormwater Conference. He will be discussing the state of Stormwater in 2012 including: past efforts to address stormwater issues, current trends, and a look toward the challenges that lie ahead.
Ted Scott is honored to have been invited to be part of a presentation team at the White House Council on Environmental Quality discussing the economic impacts of Green Infrastructure. This briefing is facilitated by American Rivers and the Water Environment Federation.