A manufacturer of wooden structural components has an onsite stormwater management facility that incorporates a series of catch basins flowing into a single hydrodynamic separator, then into a retention-infiltration pond. Since they retain all stormwater onsite, they are not required by law to have a stormwater discharge permit.
A metal product manufacturer whose facility is located under a roadway overcrossing was experiencing a problem with zinc and total suspended solids (TSS) blowing from the overhead roadway and settling on their roof.
A high volume paper products recycling center undertook a major site overhaul at their facility for their growing business. With the hassles of confined space entry, the cost of pumping out the vault, plus the high cost of replacement filter cartridges, they were seeking methods to reduce the maintenance costs of their filter vault system.