Subdivision and Water Management
Enviropipes manufactures storm water pipe systems (EnviroStorm®) in diameters from 100mm up to 4000mm which provide outstanding storm water management capacity as well as out performing other storm water systems. High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) pipes collect storm water runoff through a surface inlet and drain it to an appropriate outlet. Storm water systems can be small and simple, such as that used for a modest housing development, to complex systems used in metropolitan areas serving a combination of residential, commercial, and industrial developments.
Parking Lot for Storm Water Drainage
Incorporating engineered pipe, catch basins, and curb inlets, a sound storm water management system will keep parking lots well drained and prolong the service life of the paved structure.
A sub-drain system is an underground network of piping used to remove water from areas that collect or retain surface water or groundwater. The network can be small, such as those used to drain a limited area, or large draining a sizable number of acres.
Surface water can be collected into the sub-drain system by installing a surface inlet or catch basin. Groundwater is collected by allowing water into the pipe through perforations. Both surface water and groundwater can be discharged to an appropriate outlet.
Enviropipes High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Culverts are manufactured from 100mm up to 4000mm ID and can be used on any main road network such as access roads to mine sites or river crossings. Our non-corrosive culverts are also suitable for rail networks as they offer a high stiffness to weight ratio making them easy to install.
LNG, Waste Water Treatment Plants and Mine Sites
EnviroStorm® pipe can be used for site drainage and underground water storage. The use of EnviroStorm® pipe is advantageous as the rubber ring jointed pipes require no further welding or couplings. Our pipe offers high resistance to abrasion and corrosion which is important when considering installing into aggressive soils.