ATLANTA, Ga. (June 20, 2018) – Oldcastle Precast is pleased to announce the BioMod® Modular Bioretention System has received equivalency approval from the Washington State Department of Ecology as a stormwater bioretention planter or planter box.
By granting the BioMod
ATLANTA, Ga. (April 18, 2018) – Oldcastle Precast announces that the BioPod biofilter with StormMix media, a high performance, high flow rate (153 inches/hour) soil, has received a General Use Level Designation (GULD) for Basic, Phosphorus and Enhanced Treatment from
NORTH REDMOND, Wash. (November 2017) – Oldcastle Precast Auburn was contracted to supply several hundred precast concrete panel sections for two massive detention vaults for the school’s new stormwater conveyance system.
MID-ATLANTIC REGION (AUGUST 2017) – Oldcastle Precast recently supplied over 11,000-feet Class III reinforced concrete pipe, along with multiple precast concrete stormwater drainage and sanitary structures for Phoenixville Area School District’s new 152,000-square-foot school and early learning center’s stormwater management
LITTLETON, Colo. (JULY, 2017) – After a comprehensive review of stormwater Manufactured Treatment Devices (MTDs), Oldcastle Precast announced approval was granted by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) for its Dual-Vortex Separator (DVS) and PerkFilter™ systems which will be added
LITTLETON, Colo. (JULY, 2017) – The performance of the PerkFilter™ media filtration system for stormwater treatment has been verified by the New Jersey Corporation for Advanced Technology (NJCAT), one of the most comprehensive, rigorous and recognized verification programs in the