NDS partners with Triton Stormwater Solutions

The partnership will add stormwater chambers to its S5 Sustainable Stormwater Solution.

January 14, 2016

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. – NDS has announced a new partnership with Triton Stormwater Solutions (TritonSWS) that adds three lines of Triton’s stormwater chamber products to NDS’s S5 Sustainable Stormwater Solution system. NDS will be a preferred provider of the TritonSWS chambers across most of the U.S. 

S5 is a new, professional stormwater management system that utilizes NDS components, such as catch basins, channel drains and Flo-Wells. A highly flexible and scalable single-source solution, S5 can be configured to meet a wide variety of residential and commercial applications. It is engineered for high performance and meets today's regulations for on-site stormwater management. 
Triton’s underground chambers provide a lower-cost alternative to drainage pipes for conveyance and cumbersome concrete structures. The TritonSWS product line eliminates the need for restrictive holding ponds that require use of valuable land area and offers the added benefits of groundwater recharge and water quality enhancement with a service life of over 50 years.Triton’s S29 (42.8 cubic feet storage), C10 (17.6 cubic feet storage) and M6 (11.5 cubic feet storage) chambers will now be part of the S5 solution. 
“We here at Triton Stormwater Solutions are very excited to be teaming up with NDS,” said Joe Miskovich, inventor, founder and president, Triton Stormwater Solutions. “This relationship will provide the end user a much greater value proposition, more flexibility in solving drainage problems, greater ease in meeting stormwater regulations, and greater access to superior products in both the commercial and residential markets. The first class customer service provided by both NDS and TritonSWS – coupled with extensive product lines – will afford any customer the desired solutions to their water-related problems.”
The NDS S5 system delivers five key sustainable benefits for both commercial and residential projects:
1. Improved conservation: Conserves stormwater on-site through filtration, detention and infiltration to counter the effects of drought, pollution and storms that threaten the quality and quantity of clean water
2. Better management: Manages rainfall on-site by maintaining pre-development hydrology as closely as possible and reducing downstream impact by using smaller, decentralized controls for filtration, detention and infiltration
3. Enhanced flexibility: Empowers designers to adapt the system footprint to the specific environmental conditions of an application site
4. Superior mitigation: Filters debris and other suspended solids, preventing negative downstream impacts through detention and infiltration components that reduce peak overflows
5. Greater replenishment: Promotes subsurface recharge to balance groundwater withdrawal
To learn more about the NDS S5 Sustainable Stormwater Solution system, visit www.ndspro.com/S5.