Stormwater Oil Separators

by Harry Richardson on November 26, 2013

The Cathedral Of Christ The Light, Oakland, CA The Cathedral Of Christ The Light, Oakland, CA at sunset

 

 

The Cathedral Of Christ The Light, Oakland, CA The Cathedral Of Christ The Light at noon

 

Stormceptor units are hydrodynamic source control cylindrical precast concrete structures with a fiberglass insert that separates sediments and hydrocarbons from storm water runoff.  These units are very helpful in parking lots, loading docks, roadways, and pretreatment services for water resources management.

Rinker Materials in Houston, Texas, manufactures such units in sizes from 450 gallons to large two unit designs that can handle 15,000 gallons.

For more information, see www.rinkerstormceptor.com

 

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