Green Infrastructure/Low-Impact Development

San Diego Campus Point Facility AquaSave installation

CFS-AquaSave

CFS provides two large AquaSave stormwater storage tanks to the new San Diego Campus Point Facility. This campus is home to research and development of innovative and advanced technologies. The first tank will capture up to 9,737 cubic feet of stormwater. The second tank has a capacity to store 17,939 cubic feet.Although stormwater runoff can

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Focal Point Installation at Vista Magnet Middle School

focal point installed at local school

This magnet school in Vista, CA incorporates our FocalPoint biofiltration system into its parking lot. The interesting thing about this product is that we were able to design a decentralized system, meaning that we could incorporate several small systems into the project vs creating a large footprint. The flexibility that FocalPoint offers allows our customers

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Ecoraster Installation on San Juan Island, WA

WA Driveway and Parking Lot

Ecoraster’s permeability eliminates Storm Water Runoff into the storm water system on the San Juan Island of WA. This is one of multiple projects that have been completed on San Juan Island and approved by the Friday Harbor/ San Juan Building Department.All projects on the Island must meet Washington State Building requirements. CA Filtration Specialists

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Engineered to capture and store stormwater

Cultec

When stormwater flows across surfaces such as roads, rooftops, and parking lots, it can pick up a variety of pollutants including oil, chemicals, and sediment. The polluted water can then enter streams, rivers, and other bodies of water, leading to harm to aquatic life and potential health risks for humans who use those water sources.

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Permeable Paving Solutions with Ecoraster

Ecoraster

A 20,000 sq ft. parking lot expansion in the city of #Merced, CA is being built with Ecoraster. Why, you ask? Per CA stormwater regulations, as soon as you create 5000 sq ft. of impermeable surfacing, you must bring the entire property back to predevelopment runoff. This would require expensive stormdrain systems. By using Ecoraster,

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