Municipal Wash Racks and Containment Pads

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If you’re like most public works departments, you need to wash your fleet every day. The problem is your wash water from equipment is contaminated with solvents, chemicals, oils, and metals. . . and you need to follow Best Practices for Pollution Prevention. We can help.

Riveer specializes in designing, manufacturing, and installing site-specific systems for safer washing and disposal of water used on municipal vehicles and equipment. Riveer Wash Racks for Municipal Wash Water Management effectively contain water from daily cleaning and maintenance activities:

  • Low profile designs feature easy access ramps for forklifts and other low-clearance vehicles.
  • Plug and play design makes installation fast and straightforward; no infrastructure or permitting required.
  • Solids conveyor separates mud, clay, and other solids from the wash.
  • Standard walls in 6 and 8 feet; lights, fans, hose reels, roofs, and custom designs available.
  • Grit impregnated diamond tread deck plate.
  • Drive through or drive in designs, in any length and width can be custom engineered to meet your requirements.
  • Optional undercarriage wash is positioned for optimal performance.


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Siting, Design and Operational Considerations

To limit impacts to downstream waters, municipalities should contain, treat or reuse vehicle and equipment wash water.

  • For containment, a municipality can build drainage features that direct wash water to containers, sumps or a treatment system.
  • Treatment systems (which regulations often require if a facility discharges wash water to sanitary sewers and subsequently municipal treatment plants) generally include oil/water separators or some type of filtration.
  • Sometimes a facility can use more advanced treatment practices if it intends to reuse wash water on-site—a practice that not only limits discharge impacts but also reduces water consumption. For all practices, municipalities should consider local regulatory requirements. These may include pretreatment requirements from the local sewer authority or specific containment requirements for wash areas in wellheads or water supply protection areas.

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