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Storm Water Systems Featured in GeorgiaTrend

Storm Water Systems Featured in GeorgiaTrend

In a recent article published by GeogiaTrend, Storm Water Systems is featured as “Trendsetters: Water Warriors.” In the article, you will learn more about the origins of Storm Water Systems and how our products are impacting the nation. Gary Hopkins and...
High Marks for SWS Trash Traps in Mobile

High Marks for SWS Trash Traps in Mobile

The Alabama Department of Environmental Management was impressed with the performance of Storm Water Systems’ trash trap in Mobile. In a recent report the trap had captured 500 cubic yards of thrash. Check out the full details of the audit and read the original...
Paddle GA 2016: Friday (6/17), Saturday (6/18), and Sunday (6/19)

Paddle GA 2016: Friday (6/17), Saturday (6/18), and Sunday (6/19)

Paddlers Remove 800 lbs. of Trash from Georgia Rivers On the weekend of June 18th (6/17/2016-6/19/2016) over 430 river supporters came out for the 2016 Paddle Georgia trip led by the Georgia River Network. During the trip, over 800 lbs. of trash was collected and...
San Jose to Spend $100 Million on River Clean-Up Projects

San Jose to Spend $100 Million on River Clean-Up Projects

City officials in San Jose agreed to spend more than $100 million on trash and pollution reduction over the next decade. Rivers and creeks in the San Fransisco Bay area are being over polluted by trash, sewage and harmful bacteria. The $100 million deal was part of a...
Bandalong Project wins Environmental Award

Bandalong Project wins Environmental Award

Our Lafeyette trap has earned us some recognition for helping to keep litter out of the Vermilion River! Check out the article below for more information about what the trap has done to help the river and about the Environmental Leadership Award we were honored to...
Eslava Creek Trap Pulls Overtime

Eslava Creek Trap Pulls Overtime

Heavy rains filled Mobile, Alabama’s Bandalong trap and boom systems in Eslava Creek, waiting on clean-out crews to do their part.   Many thanks to Clair Wilson with Dog River Clearwater Revival for the photos and all of the hard work to get this Bandalong...
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