Project Spotlight Detroit, MI
This Stormwater System Will Keep Pollution Out of Basements and The Great Lakes.
Interfaceh2o provided Blaze Contracting with the R-tank, PreTX and Rain Guardian units that were utilized to create the stormwater solutions used on this project. The Rain Guardian units provided the infiltration while the R-tanks were able to provide the necessary underground storage that will allow the stormwater to be slowly released into the combined sewer system.
Products & Solutions
Sediment Control & Construction Site BMP
Diamond Sock™ compost filter sock is an open-mesh fabric tube, filled with composted ground organic material like yard waste and land clearing debris. The environmentally friendly product settles and filters sediment from construction site runoff. Diamond Sock can be used as an alternative to silt fencing and other applications. The durable design netting is photo degradable and can last up to two years in the field.
A permanent erosion control mat that stabilizes slopes, channels, low water crossing, inlet/outlet protection and shorelines.
Replace ineffective and costly traditional rock stabilized construction entrances saving you valuable time and money.
A portable treatment equipment system that uses environmentally safe flocculation and chelation agents to capture and remove a broad spectrum of contaminants from water.
The Floc Hog introduces polymers (PAM) to surface waters to reduce turbidity and improve water quality.
CocoLogix® bank stabilization system secures native vegetation on any bank stabilization project site. CocoLogix® does not require maintenance or watering after installation and can be installed year-round.
SedCatch® is an inlet protection control system that prohibits sediment from going down pipes or drains. SedCatch® makes SedJackets™, SedCages and Dewatering Bags to prevent unwanted erosion.
Mud Mats’ pocketed, double-wall, high-strength fabric covers muddy or swampy ground to allow heavy trucks and machinery to drive without getting stuck or tracking off-site.
A permeable articulating concrete block/mat that creates a performance pavement to maximize onsite stormwater capacity during extreme storm events.
A scalable biofiltration system combining high-flow rate engineered soils with the a pervious underdrain constructed for water detention, retention and harvesting.
The Permeable And Interlocking Solution
Our heavy-duty ground grids are considerably lighter than concrete equivalents. This makes transport and installation much easier. And with a stabilising interlocking system, our grids are just the job for car parks, lay-bys, farmyards or warehouses.
An alternative to basins, use R-Tank® retention and infiltration system to provide underground storage for stormwater.
The Preserver™ is an energy dissipator and skimmer used to meet total suspended sediment (TSS) removal requirements and reduce overall storm sewer system maintenance costs.
The Triton Vault System
Triton Stormwater Solutions supplies the next generation of stormwater chamber management systems. Greater capacity, ease of chamber installation and superior strength make Triton Stormwater Solutions the professionals’ choice. In virtually every metric that matters to developers, municipal planners and engineers, Triton Stormwater Solutions chambers offer important advantages over any system currently in use.
There is no industry as diverse as agriculture and each business comes with its unique stormwater challenges. We can find the right solution, and if we don’t have the answer- we will direct you so someone who does.
FODS Track Out Mats | Lansing Michigan
The City of Lansing, MI recently undertook a major redevelopment project of a “brownfield” property along the Michigan Ave. corridor, particularly at the Red Cedar Golf Course.
A significant challenge facing this project was the potential for pollutants and trackout reaching busy Clippert Street, adjacent to the job site.
FODS Track Out mats stepped up to the plate. FODS mats are reusable, temporary, and durable.
PaveDrain | Atlas Avenue, Grand Rapids MI
Atlas Avenue in Grand Rapids, MI was at its life expectancy and in need of an upgrade. Frequently, during heavy rainfall, the infrastructure of Atlas would fail and the street would become flooded. The City of Grand Rapids wanted resilient infrastructure in their city. They looked to PaveDrain® as the solution. PaveDrain® is a permeable articulating concrete block that allows for stormwater to fully infiltrate, thus completely mitigating the risks associated with flooding. Carrie Rivette, the Wastewater & Stormwater Maintenance Superintendent at City of Grand Rapids, said about the project, “This is Grand Rapids’ first omni-porous street. We’ve made it something to be proud of. I’m so glad people are talking about how much better it is to infiltrate. We will be
infiltrating nearly 220,000 gallons of water per year, simply from this project.”.
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