introduCtion Stormceptor and LEED Certified Projects LEED1 certification, developed by the Green Building Council, provides technical standards for environmentally sustainable construction. These standards have become a national benchmark for high-performance, sustainable developments. The following information details the aspects of the Stormceptor System to satisfy the requirement of the Canadian Green Building Council (CaGBC) for LEED sustainable sites stormwater management credit 6.2. Stormceptor removes oil and sediment from stormwater runoff. This technology can be implemented to protect water quality and provide treatment prior to storage and re-use of stormwater. • Stormceptor Systems can be sized to remove more than 80% of total suspended solids (TSS) from stormwater, fulfilling LEED Sustainable Sites Credit 6.2. • Stormceptor can also be utilized in a treatment train to achieve LEED Sustainable Sites Credits 6.1 and 6.2. • Stormceptor’s small footprint makes it ideal for new developments, retrofit projects and brownfields. ConCrete pipe stormwater treatment teChnologies LEED Sustainable Sites Credit 6.2 Construct site stormwater treatment systems designed to remove 80% of the average annual post-development TSS and 40% of the average annual post-development TP based on the average annual loadings from all storms less than or equal to the 2-year/24-hour storm. Do so by implementing BMPs outlined by the US EPA or the local government’s BMP document (whichever is more stringent). LEED Green Building Rating System for New Construction & Major Renovations, Version 1.0, December 2004, Pg. 23. box seCtions manhole and CatCh basin material is a registered trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council, a non-profit corporation. The LEED Green Building Rating SystemTM is a trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council. LAFARGE PIPE eMANUAL PAGE 29 1LEEDTM