APPLICATIONS & CASE STUDIES

Read our case studies to see how Imbrium helped clients solve the most challenging stormwater treatment problems in the most demanding environments.

MANAGING THE POLLUTANTS AT BRAMPTON MAINTENANCE YARD

MANAGING THE POLLUTANTS AT BRAMPTON MAINTENANCE YARD

The City of Brampton, Ontario, Canada is redeveloping its Public Works Yards to meet the future of Brampton’s growth, service expectations and c...

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EXPOL Manufacturing Plant Trial

EXPOL Manufacturing Plant Trial

EXPOL is the largest manufacturer and distributor of polystyrene products in New Zealand. EXPOL are committed to protecting the natural environment...

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Medical Plastics, Auckland, New Zealand The

Medical Plastics, Auckland, New Zealand The

A LittaTrap™ was installed at a plastic manufacturer in Auckland, New Zealand and was monitored over a 12 month period. Plastics New Zealand ha...

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Farro Fresh Supermarket, Mairangi Bay, Auckland

Farro Fresh Supermarket, Mairangi Bay, Auckland

LITTER HOT SPOT– LOADING ZONE Last year Stormwater360 approached Farro Fresh to install a trial LittaTrap in a loading zone storm drain to mo...

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Cooksville Stormwater Pond

Cooksville Stormwater Pond

In August of 2009 a massive storm hit Mississauga, Ontario which flooded approximately 400 homes. The damage from this storm was caused by the river...

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Hélène-Boullé street stormwater runoff treated by Stormceptor® EF

Hélène-Boullé street stormwater runoff treated by Stormceptor® EF

Ville de Broucherville took advantage of the repairs to the Hélène-Boullé and Darontal Streets in order to improve the management of the sector’s stormwater. The stormwater in the neighborhood was conveyed directly to Sabrevios Creek, which is a sensitive environment where many fish live. The city wanted to reduce the total suspended solids (TSS) released in this watercourse. The city had an area of 5.07 Ha with a 49% imperviousness and a treatment flow rate of 263L/s. The city wanted to remove 40% TSS in order to reduce the amount of TSS entering the creek.

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