Atlan Stormwater

Product Spotlight: MegaVault On-site Stormwater Detention

The Atlan MegaVault is our modular On-site Stormwater Detention asset for medium to large-volume scenarios. Locally manufactured at our precast concrete production facilities in Brisbane, in-house manufacturing ensures this vital OSD infrastructure meets our commitments to quality control and the supply of projects Australia-wide. Based on ancient architectural design principles, MegaVault’s modular fabrication meets cost-efficiency, […]

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“Stormwater Insights” Magazine by Stormwater Australia

Atlan Stormwater is proud to join Stormwater Australia are they launch their new quarterly magazine, “Stormwater Insights.” Their new publication aims to be a cornerstone for professionals, researchers, and policymakers in the stormwater management industry. Key features of “Stormwater Insights” include: Expert Articles: Contributions from leading experts in stormwater management, providing valuable insights and knowledge.

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Stormwater Harvesting: Putting a Lid on Retention

Dr Buddhi Wijesiri Queensland University of Technology Exploring stormwater harvesting with Dr Buddhi Wijesiri, Research Associate in Water and Environmental Engineering, Queensland University of Technology. Water is our most precious resource, and stormwater harvesting infrastructure is a way of sustainably scaling our water network – by capturing the untapped stormwater that flows off our urban

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SQIDEP Mythbusters – Exploring SQIDEP Stormwater Data: Rainfall & Seasonal Events

SQIDEP Myth: 15 Rainfall Events Is Not Enough to be Statistically Robust Myth Claim: During SQIDEP assessment, the number of rainfall events required is not enough to be statistically significant to verify device performance. SQIDEP is Stormwater Australia’s industry-formulated, independent evaluation process for verifying the performance of technologies for improving stormwater quality. This innovative approach

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Improving Water Quality on Tamaki Drive & Waitemata Harbour

Nestled in Waitemata Harbour with surrounds that include Hobson’s Bay and Bastian Point, Auckland’s Outboard Boating Club is a sprawling 3.4-hectare reclamation and 225-berth marina. The club is an integral part of the Auckland harbourside and provides superb local facilities to support local boating, fishing, and recreation. Located on Tamaki Drive, the route is a

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Product Spotlight: AtlanChamber

Hydrostor The AtlanChamber range includes Atlan’s provision of Hydrostor, ADS StormTech, & ecoAID arch systems Australia wide. Providing retention, detention and infiltration capabilities, our design team can help you find an arch chamber system that meets your site requirements. VIEW PRODUCT EcoAID EcoAid is our locally manufactured arch chamber system – meeting ISO/TS 1649 standards,

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Joy in Water Industry Magazine – Issue 10

Our industry magazine, Joy in Water, issue 10 is now available to download and read. Highlights include: Design Assistance: Creating A Sustainable Stormwater Network Westwood’s Four MegaVaults High-Performance Stormwater Infiltration at Two Rocks Kemp’s Creek: Capturing Gross Pollutants & Stormwater Harvesting Stormwater Harvesting: Putting a Lid on Retention SQIDEP Mythbusters Joy in Water: Australia’s Best

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5 Warning Signs Your Bioretention Needs Maintenance

A well-maintained bioretention system. Routine maintenance saves you time and money – and ensures assets are sustainably managed. A maintenance schedule is your way of ensuring the health and vibrancy of your bioretention system across its service life, but unfortunately, many bioretention systems remain undermaintained. Knowing the early warning signs of a system in poor

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Atlan Junction Pit

Atlan Junction Pits are key stormwater conveyance solutions for projects requiring the redirection of stormwater flows, connections for pipework, or the provision of manhole access to underlying assets. Our custom junction pits are manufactured to meet your on-site engineering requirements with coring, custom inlets, and variable dimensions. These versatile precast concrete designs can be tailored

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Floating Treatment Wetlands: An Innovative Path to Sustainable Treatment and Thriving Habitats

Exploring our partnership with Engineers Australia, we look at our co-feature article with Atlan Stormwater’s Senior Environmental Scientist, Sam Kowald. By now the benefits of floating islands are well-established. They deliver a range of benefits including: Removing nutrients from catchment water flows. Reducing the land take compared with constructed wetlands and conventional treatment such as

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Saving Strata Costs with Bioretention Maintenance

Bioretention systems and green assets bridge the gap between natural systems and stormwater infrastructure – these vibrant planted areas enhance our urban landscape by improving water quality outcomes and drainage capabilities. A well-maintained bioretention system is a sustainable and aesthetic approach to stormwater treatment – well-mulched with a flourishing growth media full of healthy plants.

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Trent Doyle & Myles Tredinnick and their Youngcare Simpson Desert Challenge

Youngcare’s Simpson Desert Challenge is a charity event that throws trekkers into a challenging 225-kilometre cross desert journey for nine days. Atlan Stormwater was pleased to fund local Brisbane trekker, De Luca’s Myles Tredinnick, who joined us for an interview with teammate Brent Doyle. Battling harsh weather conditions, participants raise funds for Youngcare’s commitment to

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SQIDEP Myth: Is the Protocol Open to Conflicts of Interest?

SQIDEP Myth: The Protocol is Open to Conflicts of Interest Myth Claim: SQIDEP assessment is open to conflicts of interest that reduce the credibility of its independent testing. × Dismiss this alert. Several key points of difference establish SQIDEP as a truly independent protocol. Representing the quality and robust nature of the process, there are

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SQIDEP Myth: Is 15 Events Enough To Meet SQIDEP Requirements?

SQIDEP Myth: 15 Rainfall Events Is Not Enough To Be Statistically Robust Myth Claim: During SQIDEP assessment, the number of rainfall events required is not enough to be statistically significant to verify device performance. × Dismiss this alert. SQIDEP requires at least 15 events spread across a full seasonal range (ie. Summer, Autumn, Winter and

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SQIDEP Myth: Is There Specific Requirements to Measure Dissolved Nitrogen (or Other Pollutants)?

SQIDEP Myth: There Is No Requirement To Measure Dissolved Nitrogen Myth Claim: During SQIDEP assessment, specific pollutants, such as nitrogen, do not need to be measured. × Dismiss this alert. SQIDEP does not require testing for any specific pollutants. It is a robust, repeatable methodology to collect samples to test for ANY desired stormwater pollutant

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