Know your code: Richmond property owners must adhere to stormwater maintain requirements for privately-owned stormwater facilities. Here are the details… Sec. 14-331. – Long-term maintenance of permanent stormwater facilities. A. All stormwater management facilities, including BMPs and other techniques specified to manage the quality and quantity of runoff, shall be maintained for their full lifespan.
The Virginia Health Department has a great article on preventative action. The key points are outlined below. For a complete read, visit their article. The 2020 Hurricane Season is in full swing. Communities up and down the Atlantic Coast are bracing for what experts are calling “another record-breaking” storm season. We’ve put together this article
Our maintenance inspections normally cover a 30-point inspection, ensuring that no small issue becomes a large one. The following represent the major components we look at during each inspection: Our 30-point Pump Station Inspection Report is Standard for all Commercial Pump Stations Wet Well Grease Build-Up: Check all surfaces for grease build-up. Any surface which
Your commercial property probably has a pump station if it was developed in the absence of a viable gravity sewer. This has been the case for many years (at least the 73-year history of our firm)… and so we find pump stations in many different properties in many different states of use with different configurations
Hurricane season is back! High winds, inches of rain, downed trees… Did you know all of these can adversely impact your septic system? It is common to have a septic back up after or even during a heavy rain. Significant rainfall can quickly flood the ground around the soil absorption area (drainfield) leaving it saturated,