WaReg prevents stormwater flooding in Sweden

Flood protection
Residential
Flow regulation
Location: 
Åkersberga, Sweden
Customer: 
Åkersberga Council Stormwater Division
Problem: 

An industrial area in Åkersberga suffered from regular flooding due an overloading of the stormwater system. When stormwater ran un-checked into the nearby ditch the ditch overflowed and flooded the industrial area causing substantial damage on a regular basis.

Solution: 

Åkersbergas Stormwater Division designed a retention pond two paralell WaReg to regulate the flow from the pond into the nearby ditch. By creating a retention pond the stormwater was able to be stored allowing for a maximum outflow of 50l/s. By restricting the flow to the ditch downstream flooding was resolved.

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Wapro-Wareg-distributing-flooding-stormwater-restricting-waterflow

 

Location: Åkersberga, Sweden

Customer: Åkersberga Council Stormwater Division

Problem: An industrial area in Åkersberga suffered from regular flooding due an overloading of the stormwater system. When stormwater ran un-checked into the nearby ditch the ditch overflowed and flooded the industrial area causing substantial damage on a regular basis.

Solution: Åkersbergas Stormwater Division designed a retention pond two parallel WaReg to regulate the flow from the pond into the nearby ditch. By creating a retention pond the stormwater was able to be stored allowing for a maximum outflow of 13gps. By restricting the flow to the ditch downstream flooding was resolved.

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