|CleanWay® Storm Clean® catch basin filtration inserts are highly effective at capturing and removing pollutants from stormwater runoff. They can be used in catch basins for direct capture at the source, as pretreatment for Underground Injection Controls (UIC), and as secondary devices in treatment trains for protection of downstream devices such as swales, detention/retention ponds and infiltration trenches.
CleanWay offers several sizes and configurations in standard dimensions that fit most existing vaults and structures, or we can custom design catch basin filtration inserts to your specifications.
Select from basic, advanced and maximum pollutant removal to address site-specific needs. Flexible designs allow you to increase pollutant removal performance any time by adding additional filtration stages.
We work with you to determine the best solution, making your life a little easier.
Easy Installation & Maintenance
Installation and maintenance are easy with no special tools and no confined space entry. With our handy sampling port that’s unique in the industry, take samples any time to check system performance.
How catch basin inserts work
Storm Clean catch basin filters consist of three components:
- A primary rigid strainer constructed of a perforated material with surface area that accommodates flows rated at 125% of the flow of the basin prior to installation.
- Absorptive media section incorporates a flexible open mesh fabric envelope containing our specialized media blend. This envelope is suspended from the support assembly and fitted into the basin so all influent passes through it before exiting the filtration unit and entering the downstream conduit. The combination of gross solids removal via the strainer and the absorption / filtration function of the media section reduce TSS and other pollutants.
- The support structure is a one piece pan that installs between the grate and the concrete or steel grate frame. The pan provides support for the filter element and the rigid strainer and ensures all water passes through the strainer and filter element. No tools are required to install the support pan.
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