Storm Water Management

Stormwater is the water draining off a site from the rain that falls on the roof and land, and everything it carries with it. The soil, organic matter, litter, fertilisers from gardens and oil residues from driveways it carries can pollute downstream waterways. Rainwater refers only to the rain that falls on the roof, which is usually cleaner. However, stormwater can be a valuable resources. Reusing stormwater can save potable water and reduce downstream environmental impacts. Poorly managed stormwater management can cause problems on and off site through erosion and the transportation of nutrients, chemical pollutants, litter and sediments to our waterways. Well-managed stormwater can replace imported water for uses where high quality water is not required, such as garden watering. There are many products available in the market for stormwater filtration system such like gross pollutant trap, oil grease trap, hydrodynamic advanced vortex separator etc. By installing a proper stormwater filtration system, it helps to prevent clogging of the drain which causes flooding. As more and more developments are taking place around us, the congestion of the constructions debris and silts are flowing to the drain causing flash flood in most of the major cities around the world. Despite the continuous development and expansion of our drainage system in the country, we believe the problem should be rectified and prevented at the source.