Stormwater treatment and filtration systems
StormwateRx’s Best Management Practices, product configurations available for stormwater treatment and filtration systems.
Portland, Ore., December 14, 2010—StormwateRx, a provider of industrial stormwater treatment and filtration systems, has introduced Industry Remedies, a series of stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) and product configurations to meet the unique needs of specific industries, including energy, metal products, recycling, transportation, marine, rubber and plastics, food processing, wood products and solid waste, among others. With extensive experience developing and deploying stormwater treatment systems for a wide range of industries across the United States and Canada, StormwateRx has cultivated a deep understanding of the unique environmental concerns, BMPs and ideal product configurations to help industrial sites meet even the strictest environmental benchmarks for stormwater runoff.
“Our goal at StormwateRx has always been to help industrial customers reach and exceed even the strictest water quality standards and permit requirements for stormwater runoff by providing cost-effective solutions that can be retrofit to existing stormwater drainages and systems,” said Cal Noling, president and CEO of StormwateRx, LLC. “The Industry Remedies are the result of 25 years of experience developing and consulting on water purification systems for industry, and they provide customers with a clear view of how to solve their environmental needs for stormwater treatment.”
StormwateRx Industry Remedies include recommended stormwater treatment BMPs using industry-optimized configurations of the Clara settling system to remove settleable oil and grit; the Aquip passive, adsorptive stormwater filtration system for the reduction of pollutants such as oils, suspended solids, heavy metals (including dissolved metals), organics and nutrients and the Purus stormwater polishing system for enhanced pollutant removal of dissolved metals to the parts per billion range, toxic organics, water turbidity and elimination of pathogenic bacteria such as E. coli and fecal coliform.