The BMP SNOUT® stormwater quality improvement system, with accessories like the Bio-Skirt®, Turbo Plate® and TrashScreentm, provide affordable structural solutions to help with today's Low Impact Development (LID) requirements.

The SNOUT, a vented catch basin hood or trap, offers reductions in gross pollutants such as floatables and trash, as well as free oils, and sediment. The Bio-Skirt more effectively captures and retains hydrocarbons and is treated with an anti-microbial to inhibit bacteria growth on the boom.  The Turbo Plate reduces turbelence in a SNOUT equipped structure, thus increasing sediment capture and retention.  The Stainless TrashScreen offers the highest level of gross pollutant removal including "Full Trash Capture" designation. 

Municipalities, state and federal agencies, the military, transportation and maritime industries, retailers and restaurants, as well as residential and commercial land developers seeking sustainability have successfully installed more than 80,000 SNOUT oil-water-debris separators as stormwater BMPs since 1999.  All BMP products are made in the USA.

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BMP in the news and studies:

BMP's innovative Split SNOUTs are being used in Montgomery County, Maryland to replace aging and corroded underground stormwater quality infrastructure where constrained access into the structure is a practical hurdle that needed to be overcome.  See the story in the September 2018 Stormwater Solutions Casebook.

The SNOUT and Bio-Skirt are used in Surfside Beach, South Carolina in their infiltration systems to help keep the beaches clean and improve water quality at this coastal resort community.  See the Story in the May 2018 edition of Stormwater Magazine.

The SNOUT is used in Connecticut for a major Fed-Ex Ground Distribution Center Project.  See the story in Storm Water Solutions Magazine.

See the Waste and Water Management Issue of the Municipal Magazine which has a story about BMP and how municipalities are successfully using the SNOUT System to conrol stormwater pollution.

The SNOUT is highlighted in a Study of Proprietary Stormwater BMPs published by Amtrak, Amec Foster Wheeler, and University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center.  Presented at the 2017 Maine Stormwater Conference.

SNOUT Reviews:

Sustainable gives the SNOUT 5 StarsSee SNOUT Product Review

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Buyers Guide Rates the SNOUT 4.8 out of 5 StarsSee ASCE Product Ratings

See BMP at these upcoming events:

The Ohio Stormwater Conference, Booth 40, May 8-10, Sharonville Conference Center, Sharonville, OH

The Florida Stormwater Association Stormwater Conference, Booth 39, June 19-21, Sanibel Harbour Marriott, Sanibel Harbour, FL

StormCon 2019, Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Booth 117, August 18-22, Atlanta, GA 

Public Works Expo PWX 2019, Washington State Convention Center, Booth 438, September 8-11, Seattle, WA