Stormwater Management Products
The Module is the flagship product of the StormTank brand, offering a stormwater management solution for nearly any application. It’s strong, easy to assemble, and can be sized and configured to fit nearly any site layout. With up to 97% void space and a stackable design, the system minimizes installation footprint while allowing for management of large volumes of water.Learn More
The Pack provides a cost-effective alternative for non-load-bearing applications and is commonly used under landscaped areas. Its design is perfect for infiltration and integration in bioretention and rainwater harvesting applications.Learn More
To complement our stormwater management products, the Shield offers a smart and simple solution for stormwater treatment. It reduces pollutant discharge from the system by blocking floatables and oils from exiting the outlet pipe.Learn More
StormTank® Urban Root System
Often referred to as a tree-box system, the Urban Root System utilizes the Module to provide a sustainable solution for stormwater management. It promotes tree growth and prevents damage to surrounding structures.Learn More
Preserving A Piece of History
Dickinson College, Pennsylvania, USA
Dickinson College faced a challenge: a growing student population required a major renovation to its athletic center, which was built in the 1970s. With no additional property available for expansion, Dickinson’s only options were to tear down this 40-year-old piece of campus history – or devise an innovative expansion approach.
The entire project hinged on finding a stormwater management solution that could meet significant storage capacity requirements while using no buildable land. Dickinson turned to Brentwood for help.
The solution: StormTank.
Innovation Brings Services to a Community
Sheetz, Mechanicsburg, PA, USA
The fast-growing community of Mechanicsburg, PA, was sorely in need of a gas station and convenience store. Catching the eye of Sheetz Inc., the location was too perfect to pass up, even though the only available property was smaller than typically required.
After demolishing the property’s existing structures, Sheetz had to relocate the stormwater mitigation facilities. Two factors added complexity: the region was prone to sinkholes, and 70% of the complex’s surface area was impermeable. An underground stormwater management system was the only way this project would succeed.
The solution: StormTank.