StormCrate - Stormwater Attenuation & Infiltration Crate
Brett Martin Plumbing & Drainage
Brett Martins StormCrates are modular geocellular units used predominantly as below ground stormwater attenuation, surface water infiltration and soakaway systems. The StormCrates are designed to be stacked together to create a structural below ground holding tank or to allow the infiltration of stormwater into the ground around them. The void created by the StormCrates can then fill up with stormwater during heavy rainfall conditions. The collected stormwater then soaks away slowly into the drainage system or ground water table over a more sustained period of time. Extensive use of this type of stormwater attenuation module has helped relieve pressure on conventional surface water drainage systems.