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.

Jellyfish Filter


Chinatown Revitalization gains LEED credit with Jellyfish Filter

Chinatown Revitalization gains LEED credit with Jellyfish Filter

The City of Vancouver takes environmental stewardship seriously, and has an action plan to become the “Greenest City in the World” by 2020. Smart redevelopment fits within that plan. Vancouver’s Chinatown, located between Gastown and the downtown Financial and Central Business Districts, is undergoing a revitalization that will preserve its history and cultural identity,while implementing some of the latest in clean technology. One example is a Main Street site that has been redeveloped by Bosa Properties to erect anew 18-story 192-unit luxury apartment building with commercial retail on the ground floor.

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Port Authority Parking Lot Retrofit

Port Authority Parking Lot Retrofit

The Prince Rupert Port Authority is guided by the key principles of pollution prevention, preservation of environmental integrity, efficient use of resources, and continuous improvement. So when a parking lot upgrade was needed at their facility in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, treating the resulting stormwater runoff was a key consideration. 

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Urban Residential Development chooses Treatment Train

Urban Residential Development chooses Treatment Train

The City of Pointe-Claire, an on-island suburb of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, is an entirely urbanized and developed area. The soil conditions underneath the dense urbanization are a combination of clay-rich soils and limestone, both of which are not ideal for infiltration.

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Industrial Site Development, Rue Archibald-Campbell, Victoriaville

Industrial Site Development, Rue Archibald-Campbell, Victoriaville

For years, the reservoir Beaudet has been studied due to sedimentation problems. It is located near the water intake of the City of Victoriaville. The site’s stormwater discharges into an existing storm sewer which flows into the River L’Abbé, which then flows to the Bulstrode River and into the reservoir.

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Combining Green & Grey Treatment Practices

Combining Green & Grey Treatment Practices

The Thomas R. Beecher, Jr. Innovation Center, located in the heart of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC) in downtown Buffalo, NY, is a state of-the-art, LEED-certified building with a collaborative environment designed to foster innovation and creativity among companies seeking to be a part of the thriving area. This site is an example of adaptive reuse and the ongoing renaissance of Western, NY, as the century old industrial powerhouse is being transformed and revitalized.

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Rumble Pond Adaptive Stormwater Infrastructure Project

Rumble Pond Adaptive Stormwater Infrastructure Project

An adaptive stormwater management approach implements a treatment train consisting of the Stormceptor Series units, each followed by a Jellyfish Filter as a component of upgrading the Rumble Pond, which accepts runoff from a 44 ha (109 ac) pre-existing neighborhood storm drainage network.

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