Tag Archives: Infrastructure

Blue Roofs are Essential to Achieve Zero Rainwater Overflow

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Blue Roofs are Essential to Achieve Zero Rainwater Overflow

Originally published on November 30, 2018 by BNP Media through the Building Enclosure Blog. In their latest Infrastructure Report Card, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gave our domestic wastewater infrastructure and average grade of D+ citing 772 communities in the US in which wastewater and stormwater drain into the same treatment system. These combined sewer systems can experience capacity issues following heavy rain events, resulting in overflows containing a combination of stormwater with untreated human and industrial waste, toxic substances, debris, and other….

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We Must Address Our Aging Infrastructure

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We Must Address Our Aging Infrastructure

Originally published on September 22, 2015 by BNP Media through the Walls & Ceilings Blog. Infrastructure is essential for every family, community, and business to function. It encompasses everything from the water that comes out of your faucet to the Hoover Dam; from the road in your neighborhood to our expansive interstate highway network. Planes, trains, ports, the electric grid, solid way conveyance – it all falls under the umbrella of infrastructure. It is the foundation that connects society, driving….

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