StormwateRx Wins Environmental Excellence Award for Green Enterprise & Technology

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The Association of Washington Business Environmental Excellence Awards recognize companies for outstanding achievements in environmental compliance, protection and conservation. StormwateRx was honored for its technology innovation in industrial stormwater treatment systems.

StormwateRx LLC, a provider of industrial stormwater treatment and filtration systems, was honored yesterday with an Environmental Excellence Award from the Association of Washington Business (AWB). StormwateRx won the 2011 Green Enterprise & Technology Award for the company’s systems that help industrial sites manage and treat stormwater runoff and prevent pollutants from entering local waterways. In addition, StormwateRx customer Seaview Boatyard, Inc. received an AWB award for Leading Environmental Practices for their implementation of green technologies and practices, including stormwater treatment, that have helped them become one of the most environmentally progressive boatyards in the Northwest.

“Whether it’s organic farming, recycling or educating the public about best environmental practices, the companies we celebrate today have become industry leaders for finding innovative, sustainable solutions to ongoing challenges,” said AWB President Don Brunell. “Research confirms that Washington state is one of the ‘greenest’ states in the county, leading the way in everything from renewable resources to venture capital investments in clean projects. The companies we honor today further underscore that distinction and will help us grow our economy in new, innovative and sustainable ways.”

StormwateRx designs, manufactures and installs stormwater treatment systems for industrial sites across the United States and Canada. The company also has developed a series of Industry Remedies, including best practices and ideal product configurations that address the unique environmental concerns of different industries and help companies met even the strictest environmental benchmarks.

“We are honored to receive this award from the AWB,” said Calvin Noling, president and CEO of StormwateRx, LLC. “Winning an Environmental Excellence award in the state of Washington, while also seeing one of our customers receive honors for their own environmental leadership, holds particular significance for us.”

With a number of environmentally sensitive areas, major waterways and a relatively high amount of annual rainfall, the state of Washington has implemented some of the most protective stormwater benchmarks in North America. StormwateRx has more than thirty installations in Washington alone, with the capacity to treat five million gallons of polluted Washington stormwater per day. These systems are removing thousands of pounds of toxic pollutants each year to protect Puget Sound and other Washington waterways. By helping customers like Seaview Boatyard deploy comprehensive stormwater treatment systems Washington’s tough environmental benchmarks become an achievable goal. StormwateRx has developed the depth and breadth of experience to help customers across North America comply with environmental stormwater regulations.

Formed in 1904, the Association of Washington Business is Washington’s oldest and largest statewide business association. Each year the AWB recognizes member companies for their initiative, innovation and outstanding achievements in environmental compliance, protection and conservation. The Environmental Excellence Awards are presented in conjunction with the AWB Spring Meeting in Spokane.

About StormwateRx
StormwateRx, LLC manufactures stormwater filtration and treatment systems for industrial sites. Products include the Clara® settling system, Retenu™ roughing filter, Aquip® stormwater filtration system, and Purus™ stormwater polishing system. The company has installed well over 100 systems for stormwater filtration and stormwater pollution control in the heavy industrial sector. More information can be found at


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