Testing

StormceptorŽ continually tests the effectiveness of the StormceptorŽ System beyond the controlled laboratory environment. Extensive field testing and monitoring, along with computer modeling and independent federal and state verification programs, is an ongoing activity at StormceptorŽ. Our relentless dedication to research and testing separates the StormceptorŽ System from all other manufactured storm water quality devices.

TARP Tier I Summary: Technology Acceptance Reciprocity Partnership.
Stormceptor Has TARP Covered Technical Sheet

Seatac, Washington: These test results indicated a high level of removal of total suspended solids and total petroleum hydrocarbons.

StormceptorŽ Verified by ETV in Canada: The StormceptorŽ System was recently reviewed by the Environmental Technology Verification Program (ETV) in Canada. The federal verification program verifies StormceptorŽ is capable of removing 76 percent to 94 percent of TSS.

Coventry University: These full-scale oil removal tests removed over 97 percent of oil at peak flow.

STEP Report (Verification Program): The Six State Environmental Partnership verifies StormceptorŽ performance.

Westwood Field Monitoring: Massachusetts field monitoring showed 93 percent of TSS removal.

NWRI Laboratory Testing: Laboratory tests for StormceptorŽ oil and sediment removal were healthy.

Como Park Field Monitoring: Updated monitoring report was investigated for this Minnesota field test.

Wisconsin Field Monitoring: A comprehensive field test was performed in Wisconsin.

Edmonton Field Monitoring: Undersized StormceptorŽ unit performs as predicted in this field test.