Strengthen stormwater systems and public health.
Warren Environmental’s 100% solids, structural epoxies can coat your stormwater system to stop inflow and infiltration (I&I), while adding over 75 years of additional service life to your infrastructure.
Our coating system also encapsulates the pipe, eliminating health risks associated with the leaching of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) into stormwater runoff.
We make every blend with 100% solid integrity.
Improve Flow and Capacity
Our epoxy’s glass-like finish increases flow rates of water through the system. A culvert lined in Tasmania saw increases in their flow by 60%.
Adds +75 Years
Our epoxies enhance the physical condition of the host structure, allowing us to quickly restore its structural capacity. One coat can add over 75 years to your infrastructure without the disruption and high cost of open cut pipe installations.
Our products have no adverse short or long-term impacts on marine life. In fact, our epoxy is the only one on the market that has a 100% survival rate in rigorous laboratory testing.
We are the only company whose epoxy can be spray applied in one coat up to 500 mils (½-inch thick). This minimizes immediate downtime and disruption, allowing for a rapid return to service. It also eliminates the risk of delamination associated with all our competitors’ multi-layer systems.
Our epoxies are exceptional in their ability to adhere to aluminum, concrete, brick, steel, iron, fiberglass, PVC, HDPE, and nearly every substrate even under damp, wet, or humid conditions.
All our epoxies are non-hazardous. They are free of VOCs, solvents, styrene, and isocyanates – this eliminates the risk of explosion, fire, and extreme health issues for workers and surrounding areas.
Waste no infrastructure.
No money. No time.
Save millions of dollars versus dig and replace. Plus, dramatically reduce downtime during application (just one, quick-curing coat) and over your asset’s extended lifespan.
Your stormwater system will perform like new, diminishing repairs for an estimated 75 more years.