GreenTechnology-Webinar

Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) Stormwater Solutions – Webinar

Green Technology is conducting an educational webinar in a partnership with California Filtration Specialists. Please join the experts for an educational webinar addressing critical stormwater issues. Learning Objectives: 1. Understanding core concepts of LID and green infrastructure.2. Learn about Decentralized Treatment Systems.3. Understanding the hydrology of a project site.4. Using these systems to achieve LID,..

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How it works: StormGarden

How it Works:Stormwater runoff enters the StormGarden unit through a curb inlet opening and flows down through the engineered filter media mixture that is contained in a landscaped concrete structure. The filter media captures sediment, nutrients, metals and hydrocarbons and removes them from the runoff. The stormwater runoff flows down through the media and into..

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CASQA’s Virtual Webinar

We invite you to visit our booth today at CASQA’s Virtual Webinar. If you are in need of PDUs (professional development units), we have links to three 60min Power Point Presentations. There’s a wealth of info wrapped up in this little booth! If you didn’t get a chance to visit our booth, please feel free..

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Happy Healthy Horse

This horse’s health is in tip top shape thanks in part to Ecoraster flooring in his barn and exercise areas. Ecoraster keeps flooring dry, flexible, and mud free.

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City of Lake Forest receives 5,078 sq. feet of Focal Point

California Filtration Specialists has started the installation of a 5,078 sf FocalPoint system in the City of Lake Forest. This private housing development consists of the redevelopment of a 100+ acre existing nursery. Originally, a 2.5acre basin was designed to collect and treat the stormwater in a traditional bioretention basin. Instead, by using FocalPoint’s high-flow..

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Ecoraster Featured on Scrap Tire News

Our Ecoraster TDP product was recently features on the cover of the September Scrap Tire News. Ecoraster TDP is a new concept in permeable surfacing that uses a recyceled shopping bag frame filled with recycled tire derived aggregate. It’s 100 percent permeable and can be used wherever hard surfacing is required. For more details read..

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CalRecycle – 2021 California Tire Virtual Workshop Series

CFS was awarded a grant to integrate Tire Derived Products into its Ecoraster Permeable Grid System. By replacing rock aggregates or concrete blocks for filling the grids with recycled tires, this system becomes 99% recyclable! The grid is constructed of 100% recycled plastic shopping bags filled with 100% recycled tires. This system was showcased on..

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Maintenance on PaveDrain blocks is easy!

If the joints, do become filled or obstructed, maintenance is performed by using a vacuum truck or a combination vacuum truck and the PaveDrain Vac Head. If a significant amount of sediment accumulates in the aggregate bedding stone, part or all of the PaveDrain system can be removed allowing the subgrade to be cleaned and..

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