News archive

Tag: drainage

StormHarvester develops new green technology to help reduce environmental pollution

StormHarvester, sewage, wastewater, research, water monitoring, drainage network

Brian Moloney, founder, StormHarvester, with Dr Vicky Kell, director of innovation, research and development, Invest NI Northern Ireland tech start-up StormHarvester has developed a system to monitor and control water and wastewater levels within drainage networks. Smart Control System The green technology, Smart Control System, reduces the …

Advanced Drainage Systems acquires Infiltrator Water Technologies from Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

Advanced Drainage Systems, acquisition, Infiltrator Water Technologies

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. has announced the acquisition of Infiltrator Water Technologies, a leader in on-site septic wastewater treatment for a purchase price of approximately $1.08 billion, from an affiliate of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and other stockholders. “We are very excited to be joining forces with …

New name and website for PPI Division

PPI Drainage Division

Proudly displaying the new PPI Drainage Division sign are, left to right, Tony Radoszewski, CAE, president of PPI, Daniel Currence, P.E. director of engineering for the Drainage Division and TJ Leason of Pacific Corrugated Pipe, who served as Chairman of the Management Committee during the name change process The Plastics Pipe Institute, Inc. …

ADS announces innovative on-line design application for StormTech stormwater management systems

Advanced Drainage Systems, StormTech, stormwater management

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. (ADS) (NYSE: WMS), a leading global manufacturer of water management products and solutions for non-residential, residential, infrastructure and agricultural applications, today announced the release of an enhanced ADS Design Tool 2.0, which is now available at the company’s websites.  The new design …

Editor’s pickAs more super storms affect Asia, we must typhoon-proof our cities

super storms, Asia, Super Typhoon Mangkhut, Typhoon Jebi, Sustainable Drainage Systems, sponge cities

By John Batten III Typhoon season in Asia is an annual, grim reminder of the need for more resilient infrastructure as the impact of climate change intensifies. Arcadis’ John Batten III talks about how cities can prepare themselves for worse weather. As Super Typhoon Mangkhut nears the Philippines and Hong Kong, it’s clear …