Stormwater Harvesting Systems
Reuse of urban storm water runoff reduces the demand on potable water supplies and provides improved water quality and healthier waterways.
Stormwater harvesting and reuse projects are an effective means of improving water security, reducing system demands and improving the ecological health of receiving waters.
Our team is experienced in the construction and commissioning of piping systems, pump stations, water storages and harvesting infrastructure, and water reuse systems.
Water Sensitive Urban Design
Innovative water cycle management in urban areas provides multiple benefits including improved water quality, protection of natural waterways, reduced peak flows and runoff, and aesthetic value.
Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD)provides a mechanism for water cycle management to be integrated into urban planning and design.
EcoProjects provide a customised service for the implementation and management of WSUD infrastructure.
Our services include construction and maintenance of the following WSUD treatments:
- Grassed or Landscaped Swales
- Bio-retention Systems
- Rain Gardens
- Infiltration Trenches
- Stormwater Harvesting and Reuse
- Porous Pavements
- Stormwater Treatment Wetlands
Stormwater Detention Systems
Reducing the impact of increased runoff as a result of additional hard surface areas in new developments is a fundamental requirement.
Stormwater detention systems allow for excess water to be temporarily retained on site and discharged at pre-developement flow rates.
EcoProjects has a track record in the construction of stormwater detention systems. Our experience ranges from small residential projects to large commercial applications.