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Torrent is no stranger to the fact that California’s ongoing drought has been a hot news topic for years. It’s going to take more than a few green alley projects to change the tune from “drought” to “increased water supply”. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and TreePeople issued, “Rain to the rescue: Stormwater’s Power […]

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The Stormwater Speaker Series has evolved from a modest forum into a sought after seminar that fills every seat available. September brought our biggest and best Speaker Series to date. The overwhelming response from our invitations to the Santa Ana event urged us to move into a larger space to accommodate additional seating. This was […]

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For over 44 years, Torrent Resources has offered the MaxWell®- an engineered system that has been installed in the Southwest United States more than 80,000 times. The MaxWell® is simple, effective, maintainable, and best of all, it’s second to none when it comes to recharging groundwater.  Even with decades of experience and expertise, questions about […]

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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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