Trash conveyed in runoff
can have major environmental
and economic impacts

Enviropod works with regulators and other key stakeholders to provide solutions to prevent trash in waterways.

The Enviropod LittaTrap™ is a global leader in trash control that meets stormwater regulations and delivers better urban water outcomes for future generations.

  • The easiest way to eliminate trash & plastic loss through stormwater drains
  • Simple and quick to install and maintain
  • Deployed and delivering across North America
  • California State Water Board Certified
Storm water drain filter

Adjustable and Flexible

Modular system to fit even the most
challenging infrastructure. 

Meet Full Capture Requirements

The LittaTrap™FC has a full capture liner to capture all particles 5mm and larger

Storm drain grate with LittaTrap drain filter

Low cost solution

Lowest cost treatment available.
No construction equals low capital costs.

Proven Performance

Read our case studies to find out how we work with municipalities, consultants and private business to reduce trash in waterways.

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City of Lincoln Pilot study to meet their MS4 permit

'There has been multiple ways that the city has been told how we can mitigate pollution and the city decided to go with starting at the inlet, since all Inlets are maintainable from a one- two person operation, instead of needing a vactor truck one person can do it by hand if they want. I started with a mock program, picking multiple companies that had the same concept and state approval. The units I tested from the different companies were all different styles, some were made with stainless steel and the other was LittaTrap’s material. The LittaTrap can be installed in less than 10 minutes and its a great product and I recommend it for anyone that is trying to control debris and trash from entering the water ways.'

Brian Smull, City of Lincoln, Public Works Department

Studies support that 80% of trash is generated on land


Stormwater is generated by rain or snowmelt events that flow over land or impervious areas, typically from streets and parking lots, which often carries with it trash and other pollutants. In areas with combined sewer systems, this runoff is sent to a treatment plant before being discharged into local water bodies.

In contrast, in areas with separate stormwater systems, known as Municipal Separate Stormwater Systems (MS4), the stormwater collection system discharges runoff to waterbodies without going through a treatment plant. In high trash generating areas, MS4 can be a major conduit for trash.

Copy taken from https://www.epa.gov/trash-free-waters/clean-water-act-and-trash-free-waters
More on this: The Clean Water Act and Trash-Free Waters | US EPA



Proven Performance

For the past 25 years, we have developed and delivered an innovative solution to protect waterways from trash and other pollution.

With over 50,000 installs and working with local governments, municipalities and private businesses and facilities in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, to meet local and federal stormwater quality requirements and regulations, we have successfully prevented tons of trash from reaching the storm water drains that would have been carried into local waterways, and eventually the ocean.