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Promenade upgrade at Campbell’s Cove, The Rocks. Completion TBA.


  • Council: City of Sydney Council
  • Products: SPEL Ecoceptor


The location of this project meant the required pollutant capture devices had to be installed at low tide.


Our SPEL Ecoceptor units are supplied as a single piece, meaning the installation could be done within the small window provided.


About SPEL Ecoceptor

SPEL Ecoceptor

SPEL Ecoceptor is a vertically configured pollutant trap, sediment and light liquids separator suitable for low-risk applications. The Stormwater Quality Improvement Device (SQID) has a polyethylene or fibreglass unit and is designed for use in stormwater drains. Know More
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