stormwater runoff Equipment in Arkansas

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Hydroscreen - Stormwater Runoff Outfall Screens

by Hydroscreen Co. LLC     based in Denver, COLORADO (USA)

Removing pollutants from storm water runoff can be difficult, often requiring detention time which is not always possible. Traditional vault mounted devices require maintenance after every storm event making them costly to operate. The alternative to individual vault debris collection is a Hydroscreen outfall screen with capacities exceeding 1,000 ...

BioSTORM - Stormwater Treatment Systems

by Bio-Microbics, Inc.     based in Shawnee, KANSAS (USA)

Pre-engineered stormwater treatment system removes trash, sediment, oil and other pollutants from stormwater runoff. The BioSTORM’s unique off-line design consists of a patented StormTEE self-cleaning deflector screen and a modular separation/coalescing unit, all housed in readily-available precast concrete tanks. The versatility of the ...

Bag and Cartridge Combo Filtration

by BakerCorp     based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Industrial and commercial process fluids, urban runoff, groundwater discharge from construction sites or stormwater and environmental applications.

Downstream Defender

by Eutek Systems, Inc.     based in Hillsboro, OREGON (USA)

A high-efficiency advanced vortex separator designed for treating a large flow range while keeping headlosses low. The Downstream Defender removes oil, fine sedimentm, trash and debris from stormwater in a footprint as much as half the size of conventional gravity separators.The Downstream Defender  is the most advanced vortex separator ...

Up-Flo - Fluidized Bed Filtration System

by Eutek Systems, Inc.     based in Hillsboro, OREGON (USA)

A high-rate fluidized bed filtration system that provides sedimentation, screening and filtration all under one lid. Developed with researched funded by the EPA, the Up-Flo Filter is proven to offer high removals of fine sediments, metals and phosphorus with long filter runs at loading rates higher than 10 times conventional surface and radial ...

Filtrexx EnviroSoxx - Oil and Hydrocarbon Removal

by Filtrexx International, LLC     based in Grafton, OHIO (USA)

Filtrexx EnviroSoxx consist of sediment control devices with one or more natural additives used to remove invisible pollutants, including petroleum hydrocarbons. Filtrexx Petroleum Hydrocarbon Removal is a natural absorbent that is used with Filtrexx stormwater pollution prevention practices, such as Sediment Control, Check Dams, Inlet Protection, ...

Bag Filters

by BakerCorp     based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Industrial and commercial process fluids, urban runoff, groundwater discharge from construction sites or stormwater. Coarse filtration in a portable unit. Low or moderate flow particulate removal. Quick installation. Meets municipal requirements for nationwide use.

Ultra-StormWattle - Fiber Rolls Minimize Erosion and Sediment Runoff

by Argus-Hazco     based in Chesterfield, MICHIGAN (USA)

Ultra-StormWattle Fiber Rolls are made with wheat straw, and bound into a tight tubular roll. When StormWattles are placed on the face of slopes, they intercept stormwater runoff, reduce its flow velocity, release the runoff as sheet flow, and provide removal of sediment from the runoff. By interrupting the length of a slope, the Ultra-StormWattle ...

Storm Capture - Underground Stormwater Detention Systems

by Oldcastle Stormwater Solutions (formerly Kristar)     based in Santa Rosa, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Storm Capture has many solutions for detention, retention, treatment, and harvesting that involve a combination of many parts designed to solve your storm water management needs. Whether your site needs a simple detention system to slow down runoff to prevent storm drain overloading, a groundwater recharge system for low-impact-development, a ...

Stormwater

by Biochar Supreme, Black Owl Biochar     based in WASHINGTON (USA)

During high levels of precipitation, impervious surfaces of urban areas, (such as parking lots, roads, bridges, buildings and compacted soil) do not allow rain to infiltrate into the ground. Stormwater generates two key challenges for the environment: volume/timing of runoff water (floods) and water pollution.

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