More stories about Drainage

  • L.A. project scores highest sustainability award

    The fourth project to be certified by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure has earned the highest rating level possible. "This evaluation allowed us to benchmark the plan," says Los Angeles County Public Works Director Gail Farber of an eight-project effort to curb flooding.

  • Pairs nicely with fire hydrants

    This product line was introduced specifically to allow immediate, multiple access to discharge valves that maximize water flow.

  • Water leaders rally for investment

    It's all part of the WaterWorks! campaign to strengthen the nation’s water infrastructure.

  • Florida Flood Relief

    Road-and-drainage department proceeds with original canal enclosure plan, despite unforeseen complications.

  • Stormwater drainage

    Hydrotec MAXI 150 expands and contracts with the components around it, lessening the likelihood of structural problems.

  • Cost-effective stormwater management

    This roofing system offers an economical alternative to storm water collection basins and associated land requirements.

  • Galeton gloves for sewer and drain cleaning

    Galeton ROTO Gloves with knit cuffs are designed for workers cleaning out drains and sewers.  

  • Camel 1200 Sewer Cleaner

    The new Camel 1200 from Super Products LLC offers outstanding sewer cleaning performance

  • Valve ends sewer backflow problems

    Lasso Technik's new Stop Silent Light Check Valve is designed to not only prevents sewer backflow into buildings, but also block animal infestation into the pipe system.

  • Mobile Apps (& iPads)

    Over the summer, Jim McLaughlin, operations manager for the City of Eugene (Ore.) Public Works Department, showed me several mobile applications he has integrated into his operations to assist with inspections and management of assets. All of their applications have been developed in-house by an IT...