Sedimentation and Subsurface Water Storage Systems


Courtesy of Invisible Structures, Inc.

When engineers and review authorities first encounter our Rainstore3 Subsurface Water Storage System, they will frequently ask how the storage chamber is maintained, especially for the removal of sediment. The structural nature of Rainstore3 is different from all other storage devices, employing a series of closely spaced, hollow, loadbearing columns. These columns make it impossible to physically enter the storage structure after installation is complete.

While sedimentation can be removed from these structures with the use of dedicated maintenance ports and submersible pumps, an even better solution is to avoid allowing sediment to even enter the structure.

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