With new construction or development on any section of land, the introduction of paved surfaces and sloped gardenbeds can drastically alter the natural systems and increase the amount of stormwater runoff.
When stormwater runoff is in excess and cannot be absorbed by the soil, it travels over rooftops, land, pavement, and other impervious surfaces and picks up any pollutants in its path including oil, grease, chemicals, metals, and bacteria.
After being channeled into the storm drain systems, stormwater runoff ultimately makes its way into lakes, streams, and the ocean, still carrying the contaminants.
At NDS we provide solutions for both residential and nonresidential stormwater management. Our versatile drainage systems collect and channel stormwater at the surface of the ground, then direct the water back into the subsurface layers so it can filter naturally through the soil.
This accomplishes the following:
An effective stormwater management system is a critical part of any construction project. Contact us or call Customer Service at 1-800-726-1994 to learn more about the options we provide for both residential and non-residential landscapes and hardscapes.
Untreated stormwater runoff has the potential to contaminate our lakes and steams, as excess stormwater is dumped into these waterways via gutters and pipes.
Installing a stormwater management system around large impervious areas like this aquatic center reduces the flow of pollutants to our rivers and oceans.
Storm water management for residential properties ensures that water leaving the property is clean and reduces the risk of neighborhood flooding.