Stormwater Management

A program of controls and measures designed to regulate the quantity and quality of storm water runoff from a development while promoting the protection and conservation of ground waters and groundwater recharge.

SWM engineering practices are incorporated into the design of a development in order to alleviate or decrease adverse water quantity and water quality impacts that are a factor of development. Stormwater management systems are designed to slow down or retain runoff to re-create, as closely as possible, pre-development flow conditions. Engineering analyses and design encompass:

pre-development discritization;
computer modeling;
back water analysis;
water balance analysis;
Detention pond design; and
Water quality analysis and best management practices in accordance with Municipal and provincial regulators.

 

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