StormTrap® announced that it has successfully completed final testing with the New Jersey Corporation for Advanced Technology (NJCAT) for its stormwater treatment system, SiteSaver®. Following the verification, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has updated the certification of the SiteSaver Hydrodynamic Sedimentation MTD to include all SiteSaver models. A single SiteSaver device with a 6’ x 14’ footprint can accommodate up to 19.4 cfs under the NJDEP protocol.
All SiteSaver models exceed the NJDEP Hydrodynamic Sedimentation Manufactured Treatment Device requirements by achieving greater than 50% Total Suspended Solids (TSS) removal utilizing the sediment blend specified by the NJDEP HDS Protocol and qualified for on-line installation under scour testing.
All testing was observed by Good Harbour Laboratories, a leading environmental technology testing company that provides unbiased, independent test results.
The SiteSaver system contains an influent oil baffle, a hydraulic relief weir, inclined settling plates, an optional trash net or trash basket and hydrocarbon containment components. The product is designed to capture and retain sediment, floating trash, debris and oil that can enter stormwater and pollute downstream receiving waters.
“We are very pleased to have received this well-respected, widely recognized certification and verification for SiteSaver. StormTrap strives to continuously improve the environment through product innovation, and this verification advances our mission. SiteSaver’s patented inclined plate design provides an efficient and cost-effective solution for communities,” comments Bob McCormack, President of StormTrap.