Certified Full Capture Device by California State Water Board

Stop trash & plastic pollution with the Enviropod LittaTrap™

The LittaTrap™ Inlet Filter is now available across
North America to meet stormwater trash regulations.

  • Fits any stormwater infrastructure
  • Full capture of all trash 5mm and larger
  • Designed for easy installation and maintenance
Storm water drain filter
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Register here for the Enviropod webinar

"Trapping Trash in Stormwater -
The LittaTrap™ way"

Thursday July 8th, 12.00PM US Central Time

Enviropod Adjustable and Flexible Inlet Filter

Designed for easy installation

Modular and lightweight; the installation process is quick, easy and efficient

Target site specific pollutants

Capture plastic and trash as well as plastic pellets with performance liners

Storm drain grate with LittaTrap drain filter

Simple and easy maintenance

Patented batten basket allows easy hand maintenance when full or at capacity

Adjustable & Flexible to fit any storm water infrastructure

LIttaTrap drain grate with drain filter
Grate Inlet Filter

Grate Inlet

The innovative design of the LittaTrap allows for installation across a wide range of grate inlets.  The LittaTrap has standard sizes and flexibility using simple to use seal kits for high performance installations.

Curb inlet filter and trash capture device
Curb inlet filter

Curb Inlet

The advantage of using a LittaTrap is the modular design. This allows for standard units to fit any curb inlet infrastructure.

Manhole inlet filter
Manhole inlet filter

Manhole Inlet

The LittaTrap can be installed easily within a range of round stormwater infrastructure. Using a bracket which is as easy to install as the LittaTrap itself and round seal kits that will provide an optimal flow of water.

Proven Performance

Read our case studies to find out how we work with municipalities, consultants and private business to reduce ocean pollution.

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The LittaTrap is the result of 25 years of committed field work to solve the global storm water trash problem

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