California Water Control Board Full Capture Approval Modular Wetland System

California State Water Resources Control Board Approves the First Full Capture Stormwater Biofiltration System The Modular Wetland System can do what no other biofilter can. It has now [Read more]

City of Portland Approves The Modular Wetlands’ MWS Linear

City of Portland Approves The Modular Wetlands' MWS Linear Modular Wetlands' MWS Linear has been approved by the City of Portland as laid out in the Appendix B: [Read more]

Kraken Filter Is NJDEP On-line Approved

NJDEP Verification On-line Approval The State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection "This is an updated certification for the Kraken Stormwater Filtration System (“Kraken”) that allows for use of [Read more]

Kraken Filter Is NJDEP Certified

NJDEP Certification The State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection "The NJDEP certifies the use of the Kraken Stormwater Filtration System by BioClean Environmental Service, Inc., at a [Read more]

Kraken Filter Receives NJCAT Verification

HOW DID THE KRAKEN PERFORM? The Kraken membrane filter is a 'verified' success. This stormwater system is the newest technology to join the Bio Clean line of products [Read more]

Virginia DEQ Assignment

Virginia DEQ Assignment - MWS Linear Affirming their stance on total phosphorus, the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has looked to Washington’s TAPE protocol as a benchmark for [Read more]

Washington State DOE Approval

Washington State TAPE Approval The Washington State Department of Ecology TAPE Program Approved The Modular Wetland System's MWS Linear for General Use Level Designation History Modular Wetland Systems, Inc. installed [Read more]

Rhode Island DEM Approval

Rhode Island DEM Approval As of November 25th, the Rhode Island DEM (Department of Environmental Management) approved the MWS Linear stormwater treatment system as an authorized Best Management Practice. [Read more]

MASTEP Evaluation

The University of Massachusetts at Amherst – Water Resources Research Center (MASTEP Evaluation), issued a technical evaluation report noting removal rates up to 84% TSS, 70% Total Phosphorus, 68.5% [Read more]

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