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Stormwater chambers can be used as detention systems, infiltration systems or a combination of both. With a variety of sizes and models available, their advanced design and ease of installation makes them an ideal alternative to ponds, swales, concrete structures or pipe installations.

  • Valuable land becomes available for further development
  • Made of durable and chemically resistant HDPE or impact-modified polypropylene
  • Lightweight components can be hand-carried into position
  • Internal manifold system allows flexibility in design and on-site reconfiguration

Stormwater detention and infiltration systems capture and store stormwater in underground tanks or chambers, where it is detained and then recharged to the ground or discharged to a collection system. High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) detention tanks are an economical solution for stormwater management. HDPE is extremely durable and resistant to corrosive environments. Systems can be custom designed to meet specific project requirements.

  • Lightweight allows safe handling and quick installation with less heavy equipment
  • Highly resistant to chemical attack and abrasive environments
  • Variety of fabricated and custom fittings available including manholes and risers

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