The Stormwater Management StormFilter uses rechargeable, media-filled cartridges to absorb and retain the most challenging pollutants from stormwater runoff including total suspended solids, hydrocarbons, nutrients, metals, and other common pollutants. StormFilter performance has been verified by the State of Washington Department of Ecology and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, as well as numerous other stormwater regulatory agencies.
Flexible Stormwater Filtration Technology
As stormwater quality regulations become more stringent, engineers need a filtration device that can tackle the most challenging pollutants and provide the flexibility to meet the needs of a variety of sites.
The Stormwater Management StormFilter® is an underground stormwater treatment device comprised of one or more structures that house rechargeable, media-filled cartridges that trap particulates and adsorb pollutants from stormwater runoff such as total suspended solids, hydrocarbons, nutrients, metals, and other common pollutants. With media options to target multiple or specific pollutants, multiple system configurations, and field and laboratory performance verified by the most stringent stormwater technology evaluation organizations; the StormFilter provides engineers the most flexible and most reliable manufactured treatment technology available.
How the StormFilter Treats Stormwater
During a storm, runoff passes through the filtration media and starts filling the cartridge center tube. The air inside the hood is purged through a one-way check valve as the water rises.