BMP Manufactured Treatment Device

BMP Manufactured Treatment Device from Storm Drain Technologies

By: Storm Drain Technologies  07/29/2014
Keywords: Wastewater Treatment, stormwater, Underground Utilities

Storm Drain Technologies is a New Jersey-based original equipment manufacturer and distributor of stormwater treatment technologies that specialize in the capture, treatment, and release of stormwater runoff. Storm Drain Technologies has the most economic and straightforward installation and maintenance of any product on the market. Our stormwater BMP is designed to be installed in areas with high water tables and in compact, right-of way areas with little real estate to spare. Our vaults require no head pressure to operate, will not clog, and use no chemicals or replaceable filters all while producing unprecedented reduction rates. Leading Performance: - We have the best debris, silt, sand, nutrient, and hydrocarbon reduction rates of any system on the market. - TSS Removal Rate: minimum 50-80% - Hydrocarbon and Heavy Metal: minimum 95% - Nutrient, Nitrogen and Phosphorous Reduction: minimum 20-25% Advantages: - Lowest material installation cost per treated acre of any stormwater BMP on the market - Sophisticated design means versatility in installation and application - Simple, cost-effective maintenance - Demonstrated contaminant reduction rates far beyond our competition, including nitrogen and phosphorus - Uses no chemicals or replaceable filters

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