StormwateRx in the News
The Institute of Scrap and Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI) recruited StormwateRx LLC to be a part of the “Emerging Trends in Stormwater” workshop series at ISRI’s 2019 Scrap Recycling Convention and Exposition held in Los Angeles, April 8-11, 2019. Chase McLaughlin, PE, Regional Manager with StormwateRx, presented a talk entitled “Emerging Trends in Stormwater Best Management Practices”.
For Thiel and Phil Riise, making sustainable business decisions is part of the core beliefs and values that make up the foundation of their company — Seaview Boatyard. With that mindset, the two installed an advanced stormwater reclamation system at each of their boatyards at Shilshole Bay Marina and in Bellingham in 2008, which helped accelerate the adoption of similar stormwater treatment systems industrywide.
With growing water quality concerns over the past two decades, industrial storm water permit requirements have become ever more stringent. For more than 20 years, through its proactive environmental compliance program, a metal recycling company in the Pacific Northwest has adapted to these tightening storm water permit requirements and maintained compliance.
'When Custom Alloy Scrap Sales Inc. (CASS), a large recycler of ferrous and nonferrous metals, was founded in 1969 in West Oakland, California, the surrounding neighborhood was largely industrial. Over the decades, that neighborhood has changed, and the area’s recent rising popularity has seen many former industrial buildings turned into residential housing and modern lofts. Throughout the years, CASS has continued to service domestic and international markets with its scrap metal recycling and secondary aluminum manufacturing facilities while also maintaining a positive presence in its local community.
Is your system ready for the upcoming rainy season? Your StormwateRx system can operate efficiently to help you meet your stormwater discharge goals if you give it a little help now and then. Keeping the media clean and fresh, batteries strong, and system checks up-to-date are great ways to get preparations started. We can help you if your system needs more extensive maintenance with a routine, a seasonal or a full maintenance.
The Purus Nitrate system targets soluble nitrite and nitrate in industrial stormwater runoff, making it ideal for industries where nitrogen compounds or petroleum products are used or where organic materials are processed, including, but not limited to fabricated metal products, food processing, and chemical manufacturing. EPA stipulates a benchmark concentration for nitrite and nitrate in stormwater of 0.68 mg/L as nitrogen. Many multi-sector general permit holders and dischargers have nitrite and nitrate concentrations in their stormwater that exceeds this value. Purus Nitrate can bring the stormwater quality back into check.
StormwateRx LLC, a stormwater treatment and filtration company based in Portland, Oregon, announced that Robert Chapler has attained his licensure as a professional engineer and has become certified as a Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner (QISP). Mr. Chapler is now a licensed Engineer in both Oregon and Washington.
Even if you believe you are operating your industrial or commercial facility in the most environmentally-compliant way, the buildings at your facility could still be a significant source of toxic zinc and copper pollution flowing into rivers, lakes and other waterways. That’s why we created the Zinc-B-Gone® line of stormwater filters for the removal of dissolved zinc and copper from rooftop runoff. If you have zinc or copper in your process emissions, you might expect to need some sort of metals removal technology. But even something as common as galvanized roofing, a painted roof or galvanized HVAC equipment on your rooftop can put your operation over the limit for government-mandated benchmarks for zinc and copper in stormwater runoff.
Zinc-B-Gone® Roof Runoff Pollutant Removal StormwateRx LLC shipped its first Zinc-B-Gone roof runoff filtration systems this past year. Zinc-B-Gone, a patent-pending standalone stormwater treatment system, provides an advanced level of stormwater pollutant removal. Designed specifically for filtration of rooftop runoff containing total and dissolved metals, these units reduce zinc [...]
StormwateRx is pleased to announce the launch of our new website on Monday, February 20, 2017. Built on the Wordpress platform, the site brings vivid, original images and easy access to essential stormwater pollutant BMP-related content for our customers and associates. The site's fresh look works well on all [...]
StormwateRx has Treatment Systems to Meet Specific Needs Stormwater Best Management Practices and Products Configured to Help Industries Meet Strict Environmental Benchmarks StormwateRx, a provider of industrial stormwater treatment and filtration systems, is introducing Industry Remedies, a series of stormwater best management practices and [...]
Enjoy this 5 minute video featuring a well-respected, historical company: Pacific Fishermen. We are proud to call them clients and friends. This video is a great tribute to their work, history, and contribution to pacific waters both in industry and clean water practices.
Third Party report verifies Aquip removal of PCBs This technical memorandum presents the analytical results for two stormwater treatment system sampling events. URS collected treatment system influent and effluent water samples on February 22 and April 22, 2013 The treatment system, installed by StormwateRx in February [...]
uStormwateRx Introduces Industry Remedies to Meet Unique Stormwater Treatment Needs of Specific Industries Stormwater Best Management Practices and Products Configured to Help Industries Meet Strict Environmental Benchmarks Increasingly stringent storm water standards are being set in states and cities around the country as they strive to [...]
Virginia Scrap Metal Recycler Installs Advanced StormwateRx Treatment System StormwateRx treatment system at Davis Industries in Lorton, VA is the most environmentally protective installation on the East Coast. The installation, which utilizes Aquip® and Purus® systems in a stormwater treatment train, assures a high level of pollutant removal and [...]
StormwateRx Achieves CULD Approval from Washington Department of Ecology StormwateRx has been approved by the Washington State Department of Ecology with a Conditional Use Level Designation (CULD) for its Aquip® Enhanced Stormwater Filtration System. Aquip is the first industrial stormwater filtration product to have achieved this designation for Basic, [...]
Overview of municipal, industrial and construction stormwater permits. A municipal separate storm sewer system municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4)
StormwateRx announced the introduction of its Industry Remedies, a series of stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) and product configurations to meet the unique needs of specific industries, including energy, metal products, recycling, transportation, marine, rubber and plastics, food processing, wood products and solid waste, among others.
Sailing in Marin: New KKMI facility in Sausalito a boon to competitive sailors Written by Michelle Slade. Marin resident Michelle Slade is a sailing journalist. Contact her about results, upcoming competitions and story ideas at www.sladecommunications.com. STEAL A PEEK behind the walls of the [...]
Port of Port Townsend believes the compact blue StormwateRx filtration systems are new technology that will keep the port's boat and ship yards environmentally sound and sustainable.
Scrap Magazine features StormwateRx StormwateRx hires Michael Peters for regional sales manager Portland, Oregon — June, 2010 — StormwateRx (www.stormwaterx.com), a provider of industrial stormwater treatment and filtration systems, today announced Michael Peters as regional sales manager. View Full Article PDF [...]
Recycling Today features Calbag Metals and their Aquip filtration system
Minimizing Industrial Pollution from Runoff Progressive Engineer | Editor: Tom Gibson Most of us are familiar with the municipal type of stormwater that flows as runoff from strip malls, big-box stores, public parking lots, and roadways. The rainwater collects in storm drains and flows through culverts [...]
In order to develop a common basis of costing, a typical boatyard was considered to be two acres of flat, impervious surface with one stormwater outfall. Based on a survey of boatyards, the typical boatyard does not have all necessary infrastructure in place to effectively collect stormwater.
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Studies by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Service have shown that dissolved copper hams the sense of smell in juvenile salmon.
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