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Stormwater Management

Recently local, state and federal authorities have increased the regulations pertaining to stormwater management. Stormwater is a hot topic in regards to water filtration, nutrient monitoring and retention of natural water resources. Colonial Construction Materials, with the help of infield experts, has developed products such as Inlet Sentry, Silt Bags, Dandy Sacks, and Enviro-Berm among others, in order to reduce costs and improve the quality of stormwater runoff and retention. We can also provide product and design assistance with wet and dry BMP structures, stormwater detention and filtration systems, inlet protection and filtration.

Detention & Filtration

Detention & Filtration

Detention and filtration systems are used to trap stormwater runoff and even more importantly, filter unwanted pollutants that might contaminate the water table, streams and rivers.

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Inlet Protection

Inlet Protection

There are a multitude of inlet protection products available at Colonial and all are designed to provide filtration, reduced flow and nutrient removal.

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Pipe

Pipe

As the largest supplier of HDPE and CMP pipe in the Mid-Atlantic region, Colonial stocks many different sizes as well as fittings.

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Porous Paving Systems & Cells

Porous Paving Systems & Cells

Porous paving systems and cells are used to create road-like surfaces that properly filter and absorb runoff water to dissipate stormwater into the soil.

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Turbidity Curtain

Turbidity Curtain

Turbidity curtains are considered silt fence for water because they inhibit the flow of silt into open water systems near marine or shoreline construction.

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