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The 1.6 million sq miles long patch between the US and Japan MaxWell® systems are engineered to capture and treat stormwater right where it falls and replenish groundwater supplies.  The MaxWell® Plus system is widely used on projects where there is an abundance of silt, sediment and debris runoff.  Have you heard of the Great […]

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In response to the Drought Contingency Plan (DCP), the state of Arizona, is promoting more pumping of groundwater. “Arizona gets nearly 40% of its water from the Colorado River,” reported by AZ Republic. As Arizona cuts back from the Colorado River, groundwater education and responsible replenishing is essential for long term conservation.  “‘Arizona has already […]

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In early July, as many as 27 cases of West Nile virus were reported within Maricopa County lines. As a result of poor standing water management, West Nile-diseased mosquitoes are on the rise. In an interview with Arizona ABC 15, Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine, Medical Director of Disease Control suggests that, “if I had to remind […]

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In their recent article, “A Quarter of Humanity Faces Looming Water Crisis” climate contributors Somini Sengupta and Weiyi Cai explore the global and local implications of generations of over pumping without replenishing.  If we agree with Priyanka Jamwal, a fellow at the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment in Bangalore, India that, “water is […]

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In early July, as many as 27 cases of West Nile virus were reported within Maricopa County lines. As a result of poor standing water management, West Nile-diseased mosquitoes are on the rise. In an interview with Arizona ABC 15, Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine, Medical Director of Disease Control suggests that, “if I had to remind […]

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The 10th installment of The Stormwater Speaker Series wrapped in Los Angeles, June 5. What started off as a modest forum has transformed itself into a sought-after stormwater event that has traveled across Southern and Northern California over the last 3.5 years. As Torrent continues to introduce new speakers and topics there’s no signs of […]

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Schedule* your free property inspection with Torrent *Cape OptionalBe the hero your property deserves and schedule your free inspections before Monsoon Season. It’s officially Monsoon season! According to the National Weather Service, June 15th is the official start of ‘Monsoon Season’ in Arizona. Before dark skies and heavy rain hit the valley, schedule your free inspections […]

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Join us at our free Stormwater Speaker Series event on June 5, 2019 from 9AM-2PM at the Marriott Courtyard Los Angeles LA Live. As pioneers and advocates for the inclusion of stormwater recharge in green infrastructure plans, Torrent Resources is hosting: The Stormwater Speaker Series: a Conversation in Stormwater Management. During this luncheon, we’ll be […]

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L.A.’s greatest step toward stormwater capture resulted in the passing of Measure W in fall of 2018, ensuring stormwater capture and treatment be addressed. The Natural Resources Defense Council, NRDC, reported on 2,079 violations that occurred under the current MS4 permit. The NRDC suggests that the L.A. Regional Board and the State Water Resources Control […]

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The MaxWell® IV is specified by more civil engineers and municipalities in Arizona than any other stormwater BMP. No stranger to Southern California, the MaxWell IV along with other drainage systems designed and installed exclusively by Torrent Resources have appeared on several green street and LID projects. NOTABLE PROJECTS: The Avalon Green Alley (Top Project […]

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