The Enviropod LittaTrap is independently tested with proven performance.
The LittaTrapis certified as a Full Capture Trash Control Device with an Approved Mosquito Vector Control (MVCAC) access in California and the device has ETV approval in Canada.
This document details the LittaTrap Plus 3rd party test results for TSS removal to Canadian Oil and Grit Separator standard.
Detailed product information for municipality and organisations required to meet Full Trash Capture requirements.
Preliminary hydrologic and pollutant removal testing of the LittaTrap in a laboratory in a simulated environment.
A study from Queensland with an Enviropod with a 200 micron liner pretreating a StormFilter.
Peer reviewed article in the September 2011 Journal of the Australian Water Association
Wahieke Island Litter Hotspot study. Assessment of the LittaTrap in 35 locations in 12-month pilot study identifying trash hotspots. Commissioned by Auckland Council.
With a modular system to fit most inlet structures, the LittaTrap™ is easy to install and easy to maintain.
Before installing a LittaTrap, the catch basin needs to be assessed and measured to gauge suitability. Follow the step-by-step guide to ensure the catch basin is measured accurately..
The LittaTrap is designed to be simply inserted into the catch basin and has a number of different configurations to fit curb, grate & manhole inlets
The LittaTrap is designed to be emptied by hand so it can be easily cleaned by site owners or maintenance crew . As most catch basins can be accessed from ground level, there is no requirement for confined space entry, reducing maintenance costs.
Although the LittaTrap is designed to be lifted out of the stormwater drain manually, some prefer to use a Vactor or sucker truck to maintain the basket when undertaking regular street maintenance .