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.

Enhanced Pervious Pavers with Engineered Media

Enhanced Pervious Pavers with Engineered Media

In 2012, The Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) awarded a $1 million grant through the Showcasing Water Innovation Program to the Town of Richmond Hill for implementation of the Rumble Pond Retrofit Project. This site was not only a stormwater quality and quantity facility, but also a functional park area for nearby residents.

Read the rest of this article...

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.

Read the rest of this article...

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.

Read the rest of this article...

Innovative Stormwater Management Practices at IMAX Headquarters

Innovative Stormwater Management Practices at IMAX Headquarters

As part of the Ontario Ministry of Environment 's (MOE) Showcasing Water Innovation Program, the IMAX Corporation Headquarters parking lot redevelopment combined innovative stormwater treatment technologies with LID applications. A Jellyfish catch basin unit is used to accept surface runoff from an asphalt parking lot ahead of a bioretention system and a Sorbtive Vault is applied downstream of the effluent discharged from the bioretention cell for providing nutrient polishing treatment, targeting a high level (80+%) of phosphorus removal.

Read the rest of this article...

Green Infrastructure applies Sorbtive Media to address TMDL

Green Infrastructure applies Sorbtive Media to address TMDL

Beautiful Chautauqua Lake, in Upstate New York, is classified as a class A potable water supply and is an essential economic, recreational and ecological resource for the communities within its watershed.

Read the rest of this article...

Marine Terminal Uses Jellyfish Filter to Treat Stormwater

Marine Terminal Uses Jellyfish Filter to Treat Stormwater

Federal Marine Terminals in Thorold, Ontario, a major operator of port cargo facilities in the Great Lakes region, has installed a Jellyfish Filter as an integral part of its environmental protection plan. The Jellyfish Filter is being used to prevent untreated stormwater runoff from entering nearby waters.

Read the rest of this article...

Page 4 of 9First   Previous   1  2  3  [4]  5  6  7  8  9  Next   Last   
Imbrium Lunch and Learn
Contact Imbrium