The cover of the 2020 California Tire Market Report includes a photo our Ecoraster infiltration product. The TDP Catalog will include the market report as well and will be uploaded this week. https://www.e-productcatalog.com/TDPCatalog/3/
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..
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..
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..
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE!! The Chino Preserve Development in Chino, CA has begun the installation of a 2,025 square foot FocalPoint Biofiltration System. The system will soon be installed, protected and will await activation once the site has completed final landscaping and soil stabilization. Be on the lookout for the finished product!! #focalpoint #biofiltration #chino #stormwater #stormwatermanagment..
CFS wrapped up a San Diego local project! We designed a 1,854 cubic foot RTank underground retention system for a well-established local utility contractor’s new office. This system was placed downstream of 2 traditional biofiltration systems and underneath the site’s parking area. This project offered little elevation change and required a deep storage system to..
CFS had the opportunity to assist a San Francisco development with capturing their stormwater runoff. This housing development faced the challenge of providing 8200 cf of storage volume in a limited footprint. The site contained 100+ year old oak trees that could not be disturbed which limited the available space for underground storage. Fortunately CFS..
It’s been a busy start to a busy summer here at CFS! We had the opportunity to be involved with a tricky project in San Luis Obispo. The contractor and owner found a constant 6″ of groundwater at the bottom of the excavation for this 3,372 cf RTank system. Several submersible pumps later it was determined..
Stormwater Regulations:Affecting Operations of K-14 Facilities Green Technology is conducting a series of educational webinars. Please join our panel of experts for an educational series addressing critical storm water issues facing K-14 schools in California. While many of us are aware of the State Water Boards and associated permits, there are major changes coming that..