Shope Concrete Products is
proud to introduce BaySaver to our existing product line.
Shope Concrete Products is an exclusive Puget Sound distributor of the BaySaver®
Separation System. We feel it's important to offer our customers
smart solutions which address today's environmental challenges
within commercial, industrial, and residential sectors.
is the leading technology in stormwater pollution control. For
years, BaySaver has protected lakes, streams, and waterways from
environmental problems. One of BaySaver's most innovative products
to control non-point source pollution is the BaySaver Separation
System. This system is BaySaver's flagship gravity separator product
designed to efficiently and economically remove suspended solids,
hydrocarbons, debris and other pollutants from storm water runoff.
Driven by gravity, stormwater flow enters a primary manhole for
initial separation. The flow is then treated a second time in an
off-line storage manhole, where oils, fine suspended solids, and
floatables are collected. Since water flow is regulated into the
secondary manhole, resuspension risk is minimal during higher flows.
The big plus side to this system, inspectors and maintenance
contractors can gain unobstructed access to the bottom of the
manholes - resulting in more efficient maintenance and lower costs.
The BaySaver Spearation System was designed, from it's inception, to
operate throughout the entire storm, and when properly sized will
treat all flows of an average storm for any given geographic area.
Benefits of the
BaySaver Separation System
This system makes meeting stormwater treatment regulations
convenient and cost effective. Engineered to strict stormwater
standards, this unique design yields outstanding benefits:
Easy to spec
Simple to install and maintain
Since the system is made entirely of concrete and HDPE, it will
continue to treat stormwater runoff as long as it is adequately
maintained. HDPE pipe has a guaranteed 50 year life.
Finally, this system is excellent for use in municipal retrofit
situations, allowing engineers to avoid losing valuable acreage
necessary to supporting other BMP's.