The BMP SNOUT® stormwater quality improvement system, with accessories like the Bio-Skirt® and TrashScreentm, provide affordable structural solutions to help with today's Low Impact Development (LID) requirements.
The SNOUT offers reductions in gross pollutants such as floatables and trash, as well as free oils, and sediment. The Bio-Skirttm more effectively captures and retains hydrocarbons and is treated with an anti-microbial to inhibit bacteria growth on the boom. The Stainless TrashScreentm offers the highest level of gross pollutant removal including "Full Trash Capture" designation. BMP is also an OEM supplier of the SAFL Baffle. The SAFL Baffle is a great way to maximize suspended sediment removal. Verified T.S.S. reductions can now be shown using the SHSAM model.
Municipalities, state and federal agencies, the military, transportation and maritime industries, retailers and restaurants, as well as residential and commercial land developers seeking sustainability have successfully installed more than 65,000 SNOUT oil-water-debris separators as stormwater BMPs since 1999.
BMP Is in the news:
See the 2015 Waste and Water Management Issue of the Municipal Magazine which has a cover story about BMP and how municipalities are successfully using the SNOUT System to conrol stormwater pollution.
Sustainable Stormwater.org gives the SNOUT 5 Stars: See SNOUT Product Review
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Buyers Guide Rates the SNOUT 4.8 out of 5 Stars: See ASCE Product Ratings
See BMP at these upcoming events:
Engineering Green, A conference for Urban Design and Revitilization using Green Infrastructure. Towson University, West Village Commons, Towson, MD., Nov. 3, 2015 8:00am-3:00pm
StormCon 2016, the North American Surface Water Conference and Expo, Indianapolis, IN, Aug. 22-25, 2016 at the Indianapolis Convention Center