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Stormwater Management (Capture & Reuse)

Your partners at Aquarius Supply are here to help you successfully build your facility and navigate the complications regarding your 6.5.2 BMP Stormwater Management Plan.

Our seasoned team brings clarity through value consultation and engineering of your Capture & Reuse project. Our team has often saved clients over 50% through meeting the DEP 6.5.2 Regulations with superior common-sense designs and low costs of ownership. As well as Value Pumping and Product Specification, we are able to recommend multiple contractors to bid on your projects and deliver it below budget. There is no doubt that Capture & Reuse 6.5.2 Regulations have increased the cost of project construction. Let the team at Aquarius remove as much of that burden as possible for you to focus on customer's needs. 

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  • 2:23 min
    Stormwater Reuse Animation
    Stanford researchers are working with local and federal agencies in Los Angeles, Sonoma and other drought-stricken California cities in an unprecedented effort to capture and reuse stormwater. The approach could be part of a solution not only to water shortages but also to run-off laced with pesticides and other chemicals that can contaminate beaches and contribute to oxygen-choking, fish-killing algae blooms. This animation explains how one system would capture and clean stormwater for use.
  • 1:30:48 min
    WaterPro Series: Stormwater Capture and Reuse
    Stormwater is usually viewed as a burden to be managed but it also can be a great resource. However, by using stormwater instead of drinking water for tasks like watering the lawn or putting out fires, we can conserve resources and reduce the amount of polluted stormwater that enters our lakes, rivers and streams. The results of a recent study on stormwater harvesting in the Twin Cities metro area were presented by Brett Emmons, PE, LEED, AP BD+C of Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc. It was hosted at the MCWD offices in January 2014.