June 2016 - Torrent Resources
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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Our California office is growing and we’re looking for a Sales Assistant for the Fontana office that will compliment and support a top performing Sales Engineer in the Construction industry. Applicant must be a highly skilled and motivated individual with strong computer and organizational skills to manage the clerical and operations duties in support of […]

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Every so often a project comes along that presents new challenges and tests the limits of engineers. For B+W Engineering and Design, that time came with some unique conditions for a redesign on a project in Glendale, CA. B+W mentions in their blog post here that they had never had to design a drywell underneath […]

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Torrent’s dedication to delivering the latest on stormwater news has gone digital. Take a closer look at how our MaxWell ® drywells are helping California secure a new sustainable water supply. The Anaheim Convention Center (ACC) has found a way to capture a piece of the multi-billion-dollar trade show industry while increasing local revenue, adding […]

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The first case of the Zika Virus in Arizona was confirmed at the end of March this year. Monsoon season is quickly approaching which can lead to costly headaches for property’s all across the valley. Properties non-compliant with ADEQ’s 36 hour removal of water after a rain event can face hefty fines, landscape and property […]

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As members of the growing Phoenix community, Torrent reserves a few days out of the year to venture out and participate in a day of volunteer work. While coordinating the volunteer day, Human Resources/Office Manager Rebecca Keys mentioned, “It was very surprising to find that there are not many volunteer opportunities in the Phoenix area […]

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A blog post abroad! Stormwater isn’t just a hot topic in the U.S. since poor management has destructive consequences. In today’s blog we travel all the way to Australia for an  where the discussion is the increasing urbanization of their coastlines, and proliferation of impervious surfaces, has meant that up to 80% of stormwater now […]

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The conversation about stormwater has been changing all across the country as more awareness and education is spread. We look at an article from Missouri where local businesses aware of the negative effect stormwater runoff has on local lakes and rivers. Table Rock Lake, a local favorite summer spot and tourist attraction, located in Kimberling […]

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Stormwater runoff can be a headache for properties with poor drainage systems on site but what happens when that headache affects their neighbors? In this article, Hospital detention pond flooding neighbors, stormwater runoff from a hospital’s property is causing the backyards of two neighbors to flood. Neighbors are citing the newly finished construction during the […]

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