Water management system

EPIC Chamber System by Firestone Building Products is a water management and reuse system.

01/03/2013


The EPIC Chamber System is an on-site water management and reuse system designed to collect, filter, retain, and distribute water below ground at the source. Combining passive subsurface irrigation, water storage, and filtration into a single, customizable solution, the EPIC Chamber System uses capillary rise and gravity to manage and direct water resources. It’s an ideal solution to control the discharge of stormwater runoff from roads, parking lots, roofs, and other hardscapes. Benefits of the EPIC Chamber System include the ability to recycle gray water on-site for subsurface irrigation. It can also minimize the amount of pollutants entering the groundwater as well as decrease the reliance for municipal water supplies, and eliminates the need for open retention ponds. 

Firestone Building Products

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