introduCtion sses lled with six to eight feet e of Emergency. At the height erage, surging with stormwater o minimize the damage that nomically and environmentally, ely ConCrete pipe Positive Inspection Results Pour In A week after the flood, Minotaur returned to inspect the Stormceptor units and found they performed exceptionally well during the heavy rain. The average amount of sediment found in the units was 165 mm. Considering the average sediment level was 100 mm in the months leading up to the storm, the sheer volume of pollutants retained during the storm was remarkable. The Stormceptor systems’ patented scour prevention technology successfully retained oils and sediment despite the enormous flow of stormwater, reducing the dangers of releasing harmful pollutants. more izes, as ts an stormwater treatment teChnologies Calm well during formed exceptionally During the Storm ng the average sediment level While extensive laboratory d during the storm was remarkable. and field-testing had already proven d sediment despite the enormous the Stormceptor system’s effectiveness, the Peterborough flood demonstrated just how well the Stormceptor works under extreme conditions. Minotaur’s inspection report reinforces ectiveness, the the ions. Minotaur’s exceptional performance of Stormceptor systems, specifically, y, its ability to its ability to prevent scouring during or performs and most intense rainfall. With units the operating worldwide, Stormceptor performs and protects every day, in every storm. USA: (888) 279 8826 CANADA: (800) 565 4801 box seCtions Stay Tuned ... Lafarge and Stormceptor are currently preparing a number of case studies for projects in Western Canada that can be found here in the near future. manhole and CatCh basin material LAFARGE PIPE eMANUAL PAGE 39