Two Stormceptors were installed in a Venice parking lot. Runoff from the parking lot flows into a 12-inch grated concrete trench and continues to flow through 12-inch pipe to the Stormceptor.

At the Stormceptor, runoff is diverted into the treatment chamber by a weir and drop pipe arrangement. Oil and grease, and hydrocarbons are trapped at the top, sediment settles at the bottom of the chamber, and water flows into the outlet pipe. Its built in by-pass feature prevents trapped contents from flushing out during intense rainstorms.

Samples will be analyzed for Oil & Grease, Total Suspended Solids, Total dissolved Solids, and Heavy Metals.