Pipes (1)


This file appears in: Managing Stormwater for the Next Generation
Pipes (1)

The Next Generation stormwater system is one of the largest underground infiltration systems in the state of Minnesota with a footprint about the size of two basketball courts end-to-end and a storage capacity of over 150,000 cubic feet (slightly less than two Olympic-sized swimming pools or over one million gallons). This system consists of three rows of 10-foot diameter perforated corrugated metal pipes totaling over 650 feet in length.


This file appears in: Managing Stormwater for the Next Generation