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Refurbishing Damaged and Old Catch Basins

Catch basins are often replaced every decade or so in busy areas where storm water systems take a lot of heavy use. 

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Preventing Seepage in a Catch Basin

Catch basins are prone to the water loss known as seepage just like many concrete lined water features. 

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Direct Connection to Local Waterways for Stormwater

Municipalities with natural or manmade waterways offer convenient opportunities for dealing with stormwater. 

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Maintenance Requirements for Storm Water Catch Basins

Even the best designed catch basins need regular maintenance to work properly. 

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Designing Better Catch Basins

When you go the extra mile to build a catch basin from scratch, you’ll want to address the specific shortcomings of most precast models.

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Components of the Catch Basin

Despite being just a small part of the larger storm water management plan, the catch basin itself is complex enough to contain multiple important parts.

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Where Do Catch Basins Fit into a Storm Water Management System?

While catch basins are essential for capturing debris and consolidating surface runoff, they’re just one part of a much larger system. 

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The Challenges of Storm Water Management

Storm water is often treated as a nuisance rather than an important resource. 

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