Stormwater Management

Since our inception, Princeton Hydro has been a leader in innovative, cost-effective, and environmentally sound stormwater management. Long before the term "green infrastructure" was part of the design community's lexicon, our engineers were integrating stormwater management with natural systems to fulfill such diverse objectives as flood control, water quality protection, and pollutant reduction.

Our staff has developed regional non-point source pollutant budgets for over 100 waterways. The preparation of stormwater management plans and design of stormwater management systems for pollutant reduction is an integral part of many of our projects.

Princeton Hydro has prepared comprehensive pollutant loading analyses on a sub-watershed basis for several studies, and assessed relationships between land use and water quality under storm runoff conditions as part of studies conducted in urban, suburban, and rural watersheds.

Related stormwater management experience includes assessing development-related impacts on surface water quality and creating stormwater monitoring plans to meet requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).

Read about some of our recently completed projects and download a copy of Princeton Hydro President's Stormwater Management for Lake Communities presentation.