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Plum Brook Golf Course, Sterling Heights, MI

Plum Brook Golf Courses, which was built in 1927, was saturated with standing water for several months of the year. About an acre and a half of the valley was saturated, could not run a lawn mower. The Golf Course had three areas that would never drain properly and was constantly saturated. No matter what they tried they could not keep these areas dry.

After the installation of the EGRP® system, the owners of the golf course were amazed that a historically unusable part of the golf course is now dry and in use today. The environmental benefits are an added bonus for communities and golf facilities alike. It’s been 5 years since the original pumps were installed and they are pleased with the results.

School Baseball Field, Bloomfield Hills, MI

St. Hugo baseball field experienced chronic flooding. Ball practice and games were frequently cancelled, frustrating the players and coaches. Often, even if they didn’t cancel play, the diamond was in bad shape, covered with puddles and mud, and coaches would sweep the field to push away the standing water.

Since April 2012, after infiltration, no water has accumulated after heavy rains, even after a major storm. For example, after Halloween 2013 it rained 2 inch overnight, and the field was dry less than 12 hours after the storm.

Recharge Facility, Leaky Acres, Fresno, CA

Leaky Acres is a groundwater recharge facility that exists to recharge the aquifer, helping to restore and sustain depleted ground water supplies for the City of Fresno, located in the Central San Joaquin Valley of California. Fresno is the fifth largest city in California, with a population of over 531,000 people. In a partnership with The Water Group, Parjana was hired to increase groundwater recharge in a desilting basin, in California.

Leaky Acres is a groundwater recharge facility that exists to recharge the aquifer, helping to restore and sustain depleted ground water supplies for the City of Fresno, located in the Central San Joaquin Valley of California. Fresno is the fifth largest city in California, with a population of over 531,000 people.