Without regular inspection and maintenance, stormwater systems can fall into disrepair. Even with routine care, factors like age, accidents, or defects can result in a system that fails to function as intended. Whatever the cause, it’s essential to correct the system and return performance to the original design parameters in order to pass annual inspections and avoid environmental harm. Oftentimes systems require more than a small scale restoration. When this occurs a more extensive rehabilitation of the system would be required. Knowing the difference between a restoration and a rehabilitation requires knowledge, skill, and precision.
AQUALIS has the experience and expertise required to provide repair services that ensure proper function for aboveground and underground SCMs (BMPs).
When an SCM system has been damaged, regulations require that the property owner restore the system to its original design. These corrective actions can fall into two categories: restoration and rehabilitation.
Restoration includes small-scale rehabs required to address operational problems, which can include anything from treatment of invasive plants to stabilization of eroded soils. While these repairs may seem minimal, they typically require licensing and extensive knowledge to ensure that the problem is effectively addressed.
Rehabilitation is larger in scale, including extensive maintenance and major improvements to address failures within stormwater management systems. These actions may necessitate engineering and construction plans that require review and approval, as well as specialized equipment, construction permits, and more.
Local governments and commercial property owners face an unprecedented period when it comes to budget cuts and resource allocation for stormwater management during a global pandemic. When major rehabs and repairs may not be in the budget for property owners, this webinar will present solutions that can extend the life cycle of your Stormwater Control […]
Durham, N.C. – AQUALIS, a portfolio company of DFW Capital Partners and the leading national provider in comprehensive water management services, today announced it has acquired the assets of Weeks Utility Services, Inc., a Florida-based company headquartered in Jacksonville delivering wastewater and stormwater lift station and pumping services to commercial and industrial end markets. Over […]