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.

Major Airports Rely on Stormceptor

Major Airports Rely on Stormceptor

Major airports around the globe rely on Stormceptor to ensure environmental compliance from runoff washing off their runways, tarmacs, fueling and maintenance areas, and other linked transportation areas.

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Stormceptor Shines in 200-yr Storm

Stormceptor Shines in 200-yr Storm

On July 15, 2004, the City of Peterborough’s streets turned into rivers as a record-breaking storm dumped over 220 mm (8.7 inches) of rain on the region.  Emergency crews worked frantically to minimize the damage that was initially estimated at over $80 million. In fact, the cost to the city could have been much greater, both economically and environmentally, had it not been for the city’s 46 Stormceptor units that effectively prevented pollutants from entering nearby lakes and streams.

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Texas Highway Projects Use Stormceptor for Cost-Effective Sustainability

Texas Highway Projects Use Stormceptor for Cost-Effective Sustainability

Approved by both the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Texas Commission for Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Stormceptor provides continuous positive treatment of total suspended solids (TSS) and containment of dangerous spills under even the harshest conditions.

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Military Base Chooses Stormceptor for Vehicle Washing Area

Military Base Chooses Stormceptor for Vehicle Washing Area

As part of the Base’s upgrade for the Outdoor Tank and Military Vehicle Washing Area, CFB Gagetown personnel installed a Stormceptor. The engineered design of the unit was centered on capture and retention of fine sediment particles, Total Suspended Solids (TSS), oils, lubricants and other hydrocarbons. These harmful pollutants if not gone untreated are present after being washed off the military vehicles exiting the training area.

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Transformed Army Base is a Model for Sustainable Residential Communities

Transformed Army Base is a Model for Sustainable Residential Communities

The Canada Lands Company’s* (CLC) new residential community on an abandoned military base has tapped Imbrium to play a key role in making this Low Impact Development (LID) initiative a model of sustainability.

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CFB Petawawa Military Base Upgrades Outfall

CFB Petawawa Military Base Upgrades Outfall

CFB Petawawa’s Storm Outfall #1 provides drainage for approximately 45.9 ha (113 ac) of developed and 10.0 ha (24 ac) of undeveloped lands located within a portion of the Base.

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