1 AquaDam Applications (Includes Material Specifications) Water Filled Cofferdams LOW-IMPACT, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY WATER FILLED COFFERDAMS FOR WATER DIVERSIONS, DEWATERING, FLOOD CONTROL, REMEDIATION, HAZ-MAT CONTAINMENT, AND WATER STORAGE Aqua Dam, Inc. AquaDams are water filled barriers that can be used as dams or cofferdams for stream diversions and dewatering boat ramps, boat docks, and pond liners for repairs. Also excellent for flood protection, they are more effective than sandbags and other water control devices. Aqua Dam, Inc. P.O. Box 144 / 121 Main Street Scotia, CA USA (International: )
2 Table of Contents: The Concept:... 3 Common Applications:... 4 Flood Control:... 5 Boat Ramp Construction & Repair:... 8 Pipeline Crossings: Pond Liner Repair: Remediation / Hazardous Materials (Haz-Mat): Lake Restoration / Construction Projects: Recreational Uses: AquaDam Material Specifications Water Controlling Water
3 THE CONCEPT: Page 3 of 20 AquaDams are portable dams filled with onsite water that can be installed wherever needed to control, contain, or divert the flow of water. AquaDams consist of two basic components: two watertight inner polyethylene tubes which contain the water, and an outer or "master tube" made of a heavy duty geotextile woven polypropylene which holds the two inner tubes in contact when filled. The outer and inner tubes combine to form an AquaDam. This picture shows a cut away section illustrating the relationship between the inner and outer tubes of a typical filled AquaDam. To inflate an AquaDam, water is pumped into the two inner tubes. The durable woven outer tube confines the water-inflated inner tubes and prevents them from moving away from each other. The counter friction / hydraulic pressure between the inner tube and the outer tube, along with the mass and weight of the water, creates pressure and stabilizes the AquaDam, even when lateral water pressure is exerted against it. Due to the inherent flexibility of the materials used in their construction, AquaDams will conform to most surfaces, providing an excellent seal and keeping water seepage to a minimum. AquaDams come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 1 to 16 feet in height when inflated. AquaDams come in standard lengths of 50 or 100 feet, and these are available for immediate shipment. However, any length can be fabricated, and shorter, longer, or irregular lengths are available with notice. Using attachment collars, two or more AquaDams can be joined together to form a continuous dam of any necessary length. AquaDams are joined together by a patented coupling collar connection (standard with each AquaDam ). Large and small AquaDams can be used in conjunction with each other, making the possible configurations almost endless. They can be used in a straight line, to form an arc, or to encircle an area. AquaDams can also be connected at angles to each other, as necessitated by the job requirements. AquaDams are usually assembled at the factory and shipped rolled and ready for use at the job site. However, it is not unusual to assemble larger AquaDams on site. A typical AquaDam consists of the "master tube" and a pair of inner tubes rolled up on a wooden or metal core. In many instances, the core also plays an important part in the installation, rerolling, and transportation of AquaDams AquaDams /Aqua Dams Inc.
4 Page 4 of 20 COMMON APPLICATIONS: Cofferdams for dewatering construction sites Water diversion in rivers and wetlands Water containment Flood control Erosion control through diversion or containment of flowing water Water storage Boat ramp dewatering Pond liner repair dewatering Bridge pier repair Pipeline crossings Water intake structures for municipalities Water discharge structures Fish habitat improvement Silt containment, sediment collection, or settling ponds Levees, levee toppings Hazardous material or chemical spills (containment) Temporary foot causeway through environmentally sensitive areas Wetlands management The old ways of earthen fill discharges and expensive sheet piling have been the historic ways of working in waterways. These methods are environmentally detrimental, time consuming, and expensive because of their reliance on heavy equipment. Water filled cofferdams make the ideal water control structure for construction sites. Onsite water is pumped into an AquaDam, which unrolls due to the water pressure inside it and can be installed in hours in most applications, without causing damage to the aquatic environment. Complete dewatering of the work site can be achieved to form and pour concrete, remove sediments, and install geotextiles. When used for flood control and augmenting levees, for example, AquaDams are much more effective than sandbags. They can be installed far quicker, at a fraction of the cost, without all the foot traffic associated with labor-intensive sandbagging, and best of all AquaDams are reusable. The amount of water that can be stored in a standard 4 foot AquaDam, with a width of 10 feet and a length of 100 feet (filled to capacity), is about 25,000 gallons. AquaDams are durable, long lasting, and with proper installation and removal can be stored and used again and again. Should an inner tube develop a leak, patching tape is available. If necessary, replacement tubes are available from Aqua Dam Inc.. AquaDams are relatively easy to install, requiring only a couple of portable pumps, an onsite water supply, and two or more laborers depending on the size of the AquaDam. Water Controlling Water
5 FLOOD CONTROL: Page 5 of 20 3 high AquaDams being used for homeowner flood protection in Clear Lake, CA. n AquaDams used to protect a home from floodwaters in Sun Valley, ID. 3 high 2004 AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
6 Page 6 of 20 FLOOD CONTROL (CONT.): 4 high AquaDams used for flood protection of the Skylark Hotel in Clear Lake, CA. More 3 and 4 high AquaDams used for flood protection in Sun Valley, ID. Water Controlling Water
7 BOAT RAMP CONSTRUCTION & REPAIR: Page 7 of high AquaDam at Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, Norfolk, VA 6 high AquaDam in Lake Havasu, CA, along the Colorado River AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
8 Page 8 of 20 BOAT RAMP CONSTRUCTION & REPAIR (CONT.): 12 high AquaDam in Chattanooga, TN, along the Tennessee River. AquaDams, used to dewater for boat ramp repair on Lake Erie, OH. AquaDams used to dewater for boat ramp construction on Gold Lake, CA. high AquaDam used for boat ramp construction in Bullhead City, CA. 9 Water Controlling Water
9 BRIDGE / PIER / CANAL / FOOTINGS: Page 9 of high AquaDam used to dewater a tidal canal in Fremont, CA. AquaDams used to dewater a canal bank on the Salt River Project, Phoenix, AZ. 8 high AquaDam used to isolate a work area for pier construction in Philadelphia, PA AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
10 Page 10 of 20 BRIDGE / PIER / CANAL / FOOTINGS (CONT.): Several 6 high AquaDams used to dewater a bridge pier for retrofitting in Bear Creek, Medford, OR. 8 and 5 high AquaDams, used to dewater a canal for pump station repair, Antioch, CA. 8 and 4 high AquaDams used to dewater for open cut pipeline repair in Parker, AZ. 10 high AquaDam used to dewater for bridge pier construction, Sacramento, California. Water Controlling Water
11 PIPELINE CROSSINGS: Page 11 of 20 8, 6 and 4 high AquaDams used to contain sediments during a Williams Transco natural gas pipeline repair project on the Bogue Chitto River, McComb, Mississippi. 4 high AquaDam in Eureka, CA AquaDam blocks canal in Denver, CO Natural gas pipeline crossings in Alberta, Canada and Ft. St. John, B.C AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc
12 Page 12 of 20 PIPELINE CROSSINGS (CONT.): 4 high AquaDams were used upstream and downstream of this trench to contain sediments during a Williams Transco gas pipeline installation in Pine Creek, Williamsport, PA. 1.5 high AquaDams in Oakland, CA. high AquaDams in the Pitt River, CA. The river passed through the pipes. 6 8 and 6 high AquaDams abut into the sides of a flume near Grand Forks, BC. Water Controlling Water
13 STREAM DIVERSIONS: Page 13 of 20 5 high AquaDam used to divert water for installation of an irrigation check dam in Apple Creek, OR. Mad River, Arcata, CA. Eagle River, Vail, CO Fish habitat construction on the Eel River, Redcrest, CA AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
14 Page 14 of 20 POND LINER REPAIR: 6, 4 &1.5 high AquaDams near Kingman, AZ. 1,300 linear feet of AquaDams in an arsenic pond, Northern WA. Nevada Cogeneration Associates Power Plant #1 Water Controlling Water
15 REMEDIATION / HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (HAZ-MAT): Page 15 of 20 AquaDam being used to isolate the Vermilion River from contaminants, Pontiac, IL. Containing a chemical spill on the Columbia River, The Dalles, OR AquaDams at an oil refinery in Martinez, CA. 7 high AquaDam used to split a sanitation pond in Yolo County, CA AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
16 Page 16 of 20 WATER STORAGE: 4 and 5 high AquaDams used for salt water storage during cleaning and renovation of Shamu the killer whale s tank at Sea World Ohio. This AquaDam has been used to convert a flatbed trailer into an instant water tank. Another picture from Sea World Ohio. 6 high AquaDam used to store low-level radioactive water for Westinghouse in Northern PA. Water Controlling Water
17 WETLAND RESTORATION / CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: Page 17 of 20 4 high AquaDams used to separate the Upper Truckee River from newly created wetlands to prevent erosion into Lake Tahoe, Lake Tahoe Keys, CA. Low tide High tide 4 high AquaDams isolate a dredge spoil area from tidal flow to protect newly planted aquatic vegetation near Kingman Lake, Anacostia River, District of Columbia. Years later, vegetation at Kingman Lake Wetland construction, Great Salt Lake, UT 2004 AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
18 Page 18 of 20 LAKE RESTORATION / CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: A combination of 8 and 14 high AquaDams used to isolate and dewater one section of a lake separating two building complexes at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO Woodlawn Lake, San Antonio, TX Kissena Lake, Queens, NY Dewatering for amphitheatre construction, Foster City, CA. Water Controlling Water
19 RECREATIONAL USE: Page 19 of 20 A 6 high AquaDam installed for recreational use in Ruth Lake, CA. The end of this AquaDam was covered with slick plastic to create a giant slip-and-slide. A 5 high AquaDam installed in Larabie Creek, CA to contain water for a swimming hole AquaDams /Aqua Dam Inc.
20 AquaDam Specifications Dimensions (completely full) Controllable Mud/Water Depth Specifications of Inner and Outer Tubes Capacity in Gallons (gal per ft.) Empty Weight (lbs per ft.) 1' H x 2' W* (0.3m high) 9 (23 cm) Same material thickness and strength as 4' high AquaDam lbs 1.5' H x 3' W* (0.5m high) 14 (36 cm) Same material thickness and strength as 4' high AquaDam lbs 2.5' H x 5' W* (0.76m high) 24 (61 cm) Same material thickness and strength as 4' high AquaDam lbs 3' H x 7' W (1m high) 30 (77 cm) Same material thickness and strength as 4' high AquaDam lbs 4' H x 9' W (1.2m high) 38 (97 cm) 12 mil polyethylene inside tube. 300 lb/in² burst strength woven polyethylene geotextile outside tube lbs 5' H x 11' W (1.5m high) 44 (112 cm) Same material thickness and strength as a 8' high AquaDam lbs 6' H x 13' W (1.8m high) 54 (137 cm) Same material thickness and strength as a 8' high AquaDam lbs 8' H x 17' W (2.4m high) 74 (188 cm) 12 mil polyethylene inside tube. 2 plys of 300 lb/in² burst strength woven polyethylene geotextile outside tube lbs 10' H x 21' W (3m high) 90 (229 cm) 8 mil polyethylene inside tube. 3 plys of 300 lb/in² burst strength woven polyethylene geotextile outside tube lbs 12' H x 25' W (3.7m high) 104 (264 cm) 2 plys of 8 mil polyethylene inside tube 1 ply shroud surrounding inside tubes 4 plys of 300 lb/in² burst strength woven polyethylene geotextile outside tube lbs 16' H x 33' W (4.8m high) 132 (335 cm) 2 plys of 5 mil polyethylene inside tube 1 ply shroud surrounding inside tubes 5 plys of 300 lb/in² burst strength woven polyethylene geotextile outside tube lbs All AquaDams 3' and taller are manufactured with an internal baffle for added stability. Smaller AquaDams can be special ordered with a baffle. Call for pricing. Aqua Dam Inc Water Controlling Water
Temporary Watercourse Crossing: Culverts DRAINAGE CONTROL TECHNIQUE Low Gradient Velocity Control Short Term Steep Gradient Channel Lining Medium-Long Term Outlet Control Soil Treatment Permanent Symbol
Modular Sediment Barriers (Instream) INSTREAM PRACTICES Flow Control No Channel Flow Dry Channels Erosion Control Low Channel Flows Shallow Water Sediment Control High Channel Flows Deep Water Symbol Photo
PCBs Superfund Site Intermediate Design Report (IDR) Community Advisory Group Meeting August 31, 2005 1 Introduction Prepared by GE pursuant to the Administrative Order on Consent for Design (RD AOC) Design
Global Reach. Local Benefit. SEDIMENT CHOREOGRAPHY 4/15/2016 Maritime and the Regional Economy The Port of Cleveland spurs job creation and helps our region compete globally by connecting local businesses
The Grand Calumet River Revitalized Imagine a Grand Calumet River safe for people, fish, birds and wildlife to utilize and enjoy. With the latest clean up efforts, performed under the Great Lakes Restoration
Chapter 105 General Permits for Stream and Wetland Impacts DEP Ch. 105 CONTACTS FOR BERKS COUNTY: Holly Swartz and Jason Shirey What DEP Regulates Under Chapter 105 Waters of the Commonwealth, which includes
Categories EC Erosion Control SE Sediment Control TC Tracking Control WE Wind Erosion Control Non-Stormwater NS Management Control Waste Management and WM Materials Pollution Control Legend: Primary Category
Lect.No.9 2 nd Semester Barrages, Regulators, Dams 1 of 15 In order to harness the water potential of a river optimally, it is necessary to construct two types of hydraulic structures, as shown in Figure
POND SITE SELECTION AND CONSTRUCTION Uses, Planning, & Design David Krietemeyer Area Engineer USDA-NRCS June 20, 2008 Uses Considerations for Location of Commonly Used Terms Pond A water impoundment made
Best Management Practice (BMP) Guidance Manual INTRODUCTION BMP examples in this guide provide ways to meet erosion and sediment control requirements. Best Management Practices are not limited to these
DETAILED INFORMATION Canal and River Structures Introduction All work near structures must be carried out with great care and forethought. It is the developer s responsibility to demonstrate that there
Preliminary Investigation Report Centennial, Colorado November 15, 2011 Prepared for: Liverpool Metropolitan District Prepared by: Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. Table of Contents Executive Summary...
Environmental Resources Management January 13, 2017 Mr. Michael Malone 145 Navarro Street San Antonio, Texas 78205 Project No. 0352436 CityCentre Four 840 West Sam Houston Parkway North, Suite 600 Houston,
United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service Denver Federal Center Building 56, Room 2604 P.O. Box 25426 Denver, CO 80225 720-544-2818-OFFICE email@example.com Flood
PERMITTING IN NEW JERSEY KRISTOPHER J. KRZYSTON, CEI, CEM Kristopher J. Krzyston Rutgers graduate 1994 B.S. Environmental Planning Certificate in G.I.S. Assistant Division Manager Environmental Science
SECTION IV. PIPELINE EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL A. Description of Work B. Surface Types C. Backfill D. Surface Restoration A. DESCRIPTION OF WORK 1. Extent: Excavation of trenches for pipelines shall include
1.1 Excavation - General Excavation is the removal of all material (including ice, water, etc.) required for the construction of foundations or substructures as indicated on the drawings or as determined
TR 353 EVALUATION OF CANAL LINING PROJECTS IN THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY OF TEXAS Rio Grande Basin Initiative Irrigation Technology Center Texas AgriLife Extension Service EVALUATION OF CANAL LINING PROJECTS
2015 DAM & DIKE INSPECTION REPORT ASH PONDS GERS-15-034 WELSH POWER PLANT AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER (SWEPCO) CASON, TEXAS NATIONAL INVENTORY NO. TX4357 PREPARED BY GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING AEP SERVICE CORPORATION
DISTRICT COURT, WATER DIVISION 3, STATE OF COLORADO TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN WATER APPLICATIONS FILED IN WATER DIVISION 3. Pursuant to C.R.S. 37-92-302(3), you are notified that the following is a
NOTICE OF PREPARATION Date: June 12, 2014 To: From: Subject: Governor s Office of Planning and Research/State Clearinghouse Unit, Responsible Agencies, Trustee Agencies, and Interested Parties Announcement
Appendix J Existing Efforts for Identifying Multi-Benefit Projects Water Purveyor Projects Existing Efforts for Identifying Multi Benefits Projects In-lieu groundwater recharge under RWA planning efforts
13. 6C-21.208 CONSERVATION ELEMENT Information Sources George F. Young, Interview notes, June 2002 Sasaki Associates, Inc., interview notes, April, 2000 Interviews between DRMP Staff and USF Staff, May,
JEFFERSON COUNTY STORM WATER MANAGEMENT B-210 Courthouse, Birmingham, Alabama 35203 Telephone: (205) 325-8741 Erosion and Sedimentation Control Measures for Commercial Projects (Plans Requirements) -All
Supplemental Watershed Plan Agreement No. 10 for Neshaminy Creek Watershed Core Creek Dam (PA-620) Bucks County, Pennsylvania Project Authorization USDA's Small Watershed Program is carried out under the
San Joaquin River Restoration Program Floodplain Management Association Presentation SJRRP Update Continued: Impacts from Subsidence April 18, 2013 1 Friant Dam and Millerton Reservoir Completed in 1942
USING BEAVER DAM ANALOGS TO REDUCE DOWNSTREAM SEDIMENT LOADS A Pilot Project in California Creek, Spokane, Washington, USA Sue Niezgoda, Ph.D., P.E. Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Gonzaga University
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service-Utah Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building 125 S. State Street Room 4010 Salt Lake City, UT 84138-1100 Green River Diversion Rehabilitation National Environmental
6 Preliminary Assessment of Construction Method and Constructability Issues 6.1 Construction Approach Appendix C includes conceptual designs of the alternatives discussed below. Generally, the conceptual
Categories EC SE TC WE NS WM Erosion Control Sediment Control Tracking Control Wind Erosion Control Non-Stormwater Management Control Waste Management and Materials Pollution Control Legend: Primary Category
Lyon Creek Cedar Way Stormwater Detention Dam Operation and Maintenance Manual Prepared by: Mike Shaw Stormwater Program Manager City of Mountlake Terrace January 2010 Section I General Information This
William R. Bennett Bridge W.R. Bennett Bridge, Kelowna, B.C. Canada. July 2005 to December 2008 Contract Details Scope: Design & Build the new W.R. Bennett Floating Bridge & Decommission existing Okanagan
University of Colorado Law School Colorado Law Scholarly Commons Western Water Law, Policy and Management: Ripples, Currents, and New Channels for Inquiry (Martz Summer Conference, June 3-5) Getches-Wilkinson
Environmental Geography Lecture 13 Water Pollution Lecture 13: Water Pollution I. Water Pollution A. Groundwater B. Surface Water C. Regulation II. Water Use in California 1 I. Water Pollution Types of
APPENDIX A HYDROLOGIC AND HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS GENERAL The Hydrologic and Hydraulic information presented in this appendix is provided as a supplement to the Dallas Floodway Extension General Re-evaluation
PLANNING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT Utah Crew Rowing Dock Conditional Use 830 S. Delong Street September 8, 2010 Petition #PLNPCM2010-00449 Planning Division Department of Community and Economic Development
www.lcra.org Dredge and Fill Standards on the Highland Lakes Lake Buchanan Inks Lake Lake LBJ Lake Marble Falls Lake Travis Introduction The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) no longer requires that
Types of Hydropower Facilities 1 Impoundment Hydropower- uses a dam to store water. Water may be released either to meet changing electricity needs or to maintain a constant water level. 2 Run-of-River
PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 DESCRIPTION A. This section includes materials, installation, and testing of ductile iron fittings 48 inches and smaller. 1.2 RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE A. Section 01300 Record
Freeport Regional Water Authority and the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation Chapter 8. Responses to Comments from Individuals Don and Tricia Nevis (I25) Response to Comments of Don
CACHE CREEK SETTLING BASIN SYMPOSIUM Managing the Settling Basin Who s Doing What! June 22, 2009 Francis E. Borcalli, P.E. CACHE CREEK SETTLING BASIN SYMPOSIUM Managing the Settling Basin Who s Doing What!
TNC Fisher Slough Final Design and Permitting Subject: Inverted Siphon Construction Feasibility To: From: Jenny Baker (TNC) Dave Olson (DD3) Brian Olson (DD17) Bob Boudinot Skagit County David Cline (Tetra
POROUS ASPHALT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT AT THE DENVER WASTEWATER BUILDING Ken A. MacKenzie, P.E. Manager, Master Planning Program Urban Drainage and Flood Control District 36 th Annual Rocky Mountain Asphalt
INSTALLING A SEPTIC SYSTEM IN LIVINGSTON COUNTY LIVINGSTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT 310 TORRANCE AVENUE PONTIAC, IL 61764 815/844-7174 MALINDA HILLMAN, ADMINISTRATOR DONNIE SIMMONS, L.E.H.P. DIRECTOR
EMERGENCY STORAGE PROJECT San Vicente Pumping Station/Surge Control Facility Carryover Storage and San Vicente Dam Raise EIR/EIS San Vicente Dam Raise Briefing Summary DATE: Oct. 18, 2006 ORGANIZATION:
Irrigation System BWCDD Zanjero Training Session #7 2/13/2008 Irrigation System The (main) intake structure t directs water from the source of supply, such as a reservoir or a river, into the irrigation
US Army Corps of Engineers Roles and Responsibilities in the BDCP 13 August 2009 USACE Roles in the Federal Family Slide 2 Primary USACE Responsibilities with BDCP Regulatory Program Protect the nation
The World of N E W S L E T T E R 2 0 1 7 smart solution for hard work Work safely and effectively in shallow waters Innovative urban dredging Keeping an urban waterway operational www.watermaster.fi Operating
Conditions of Section 401 Certification for Nationwide Permits and General Conditions General Condition 12 (Soil Erosion and Sediment Controls) Erosion control and sediment control BMPs described in Attachment
Hydrology and Flooding Background The 1996 flood Between February 4, 1996 and February 9, 1996 the Nehalem reporting station received 28.9 inches of rain. Approximately 14 inches fell in one 48 hour period.
Deep Tunnel, Shallow Pipe - How the City of Hamilton, OH plans to save millions on SSO control Glenn Weist, P.E. Columbus, Ohio May 10, 2012 Agenda Background Project Description Regulatory Synopsis Stakeholder
NEW CASTLE CONSERVATION DISTRICT through (Name of Municipality) PLAN REVIEW APPLICATION DRAINAGE, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT, EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL Office use only: Received by Municipality: Received by
Phase II Report on Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Low Water Dams Arkansas River Corridor Tulsa, OK May 2005 Submitted To: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District Prepared by: The GUERNSEY Team 5555 N.
Regional Service Through Unity Meeting our Region s Needs Today and Tomorrow LOWER BOIS D ARC CREEK RESERVOIR PROGRAM NTMWD & Freese and Nichols August 29, 2017 LBCR Program Contractor Involvement Workshop
The Carlsbad Desalination Plant is capable of delivering more than 50 million gallons of fresh, desalinated drinking water per day enough to serve approximately 400,000 people in San Diego County. Commercial
Integrated Water Resources Plan Option 11 Divert Water from Miocene and Hendricks Canal to Supply the Ridge This option would use water from the Miocene Canal and/or Hendricks Canal for municipal supplies
Alberta Transportation Water Control Structures Selected Design Guidelines Alberta Environment Page 17-1 17.0 MAIN CANAL CONVEYANCE STRUCTURES 17.1 General Conveyance structures typically employed on main
Geo Logs (coir logs) INSTREAM PRACTICES Flow Control No Channel Flow Dry Channels Erosion Control Low Channel Flows Shallow Water Sediment Control High Channel Flows  Deep Water   Geo logs can
i build with TM GEOMEMBRANE LINER PRODUCT GUIDE Aquamaster Geomembranes From agricultural irrigation to industrial applications, Aquamaster is the proven choice for your site requirements. Aquamaster from
Introduction to Water Supply Kabul, Afghanistan February 2011 9 This watershed rehabilitation and restoration training was prepared by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) team of Jon Fripp (Civil
Testimony of Patrick McDonnell, Secretary Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Joint Hearing on Flooding and Emergency Response Senate Environmental Resources & Energy and Veterans Affairs
Application for resource consent Form B Damming and diversion of water Notes Resource use activities must meet all the conditions of any relevant Permitted Activity Rules in the Waikato Regional Plan or
KIEWIT FOUNDATIONS GROUP KIEWIT AT-A-GLANCE With a strong local presence and access to a vast network Keeping safety at the forefront, the Kiewit Foundations Group self- OUR MARKETS of industry experts,
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES TR-372 2011 Measured Seepage of the Main Canal Brownsville Irrigation District By: Eric Leigh, Extension Associate and Guy Fipps, P.E., Extension Agricultural Engineer
Farmington Dam Repurpose Project 2017 $158,100,000 to re-purpose the Farmington Dam from flood protection only to a long-term water storage facility that increases water supply reliability to the region.
STORMWATER HARVESTING FOR ALTERNATIVE WATER SUPPLY IN VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA Lena Rivera, P.E., D.WRE (CDM); Lee P. Wiseman, P.E., BCEE (CDM); Scott Mays, P.E. (Volusia County); and George Recktenwald
ASSOCIATION OF PACIFIC PORTS 101 st Annual Conference, July 2014 Current Trends in Marina Planning and Design, PE, LEED AP, Reid Middleton Outline Introduction Market & Demand Planning Environmental Design
Issue Date 10/22/2010 Page 1 of 8 Erosion & Sedimentation Control Policy Introduction: Soil erosion is the removal of soil by water, wind, ice or gravity and sediment deposition occurs when the rate of
ARMORMAX ENGINEERED EARTH ARMORING SOLUTIONS The ARMORMAX Engineered Earth Armoring Solution is the most advanced flexible armoring technology available for severe erosion and surficial slope stability
GUIDELINES FOR SEPTIC SYSTEM DESIGN Single Family Residential For multi family or commercial buildings, Or If in the Oakdale area, contact the Department of Environmental Resources Regarding septic system
Blanche Park Reservoir Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact U.S. Forest Service Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forests Delta County, Colorado INTRODUCTION The Grand Mesa
DIVISION SEVENTEEN FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT WATER BODY PROVISIONS SCEDULE 1701 FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT PROVISIONS The purpose of the floodplain management provisions is to reduce the risk of injury, loss of
NJDEP Regulations that impact or soon will impact agricultural operations. April 1, 2007 Horses 2007 Peter L. Kallin, Ph.D., P.W.S. Phone: 732-499-3600 Ext. 237 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.water.rutgers.edu
RULES OF GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION CHAPTER 391-3-7 EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL TABLE OF CONTENTS 391-3-7.01 Definitions. 391-3-7.02 (Repealed) 391-3-7.03
POND CONSTRUCTION Woodland Steward Series BOB TWOMEY DISTRICT CONSERVATIONIST USDA NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE COURSE OUTLINE DEFINITION OF A POND OR LAKE TYPES OF PONDS GEOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS
Structural and Geotechnical Issues Impacting The Dalles Spillwall Construction and Bay 1 Erosion Repair Jeffrey M. Ament, PE U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District (503) 808-4950 Jeffrey.M.Ament@usace.army.mil
Lake County Success Generating Environmental Gains With Geothermal Power By Mark Dellinger, Administrator, Lake County (CA) Sanitation District, and Eliot Allen, Principal, Criterion/Planners Engineers