Yearly Archives: 2017

Stormwater: A year in review

With the beginning of 2018 creeping up on us quickly, many of us take the time to reflect on the year that we just had. Businesses are no different, t

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Tis the Season to be Jolly…..

December is a time of joy, celebration, and reflection.  KCI had an awesome 2017, and we are so thankful for our clients, supporters, vendors, and th

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Stormwater Pond Treatments

Stormwater ponds are designed to retain sediment and waste runoff from developing on construction sites to protect local water sources.  As a result,

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Protecting Wetlands

Wetlands serve an important purpose for our natural environment. Wetlands can serve a variety of different purposes. They can help to mitigate floodin

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NPDES 101 Wonder why your construction site needs a SWPPP and to you have do a weekly inspection? NPDES stands for National Pollutant Discharge Elim

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Fenced In: How to use silt fence

When installed and used properly silt fence can be a simple and effective Best Management Practice (BMP) to prevent on site erosion from impacting sur

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Washouts: Who needs ‘em?

Florida is known for its unpredictable storms. Outdoor activities, like construction, can contribute to pollutants getting in to our conveyance system

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Turbidity: A dirty word

When you first hear about letting dirt run into the waterways as a bad thing, you may think, “but what about actual pollution? Things like garbage,

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Contaminated sites after Disasters

The 2017 hurricane season has been filled with destructive forces with the likes of Harvey, Irma and Maria. With the intense winds and record-breaking

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Sinkholes are swallowing the ground!

A sinkhole is a cavity that opens up from underground through to the surface, usually occurring in limestone bedrock. They can vary in size from tiny

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