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  1. Stormwater Management Systems – Flood Control Structures

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    An integral part of a stormwater management system is the design.  The design controls the quantity, quality, timing and distribution of storm runoff.  The storm drainage system is a network of access structures, ditches, channels and underground pipes that work together to direct and carry stormwater (rain and snow water) to ponds, lakes, streams and rivers and may consist of both public and private land and systems.  In order to keep these stormwater systems working properly as designed, the systems must be maintained on a routine schedule and on a continual basis.  The maintenance of these systems involves rigorous cleaning and removing of vegetation and debris. The systems include but are not limited to culverts and pipe outfalls, catch basin gratings and manholes, retention and detention water runoff control basins, channels and roadside ditches, and underground piping. (more…)

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