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New BayFilter™ Boasts the Greatest Flow Rate and Pollutant Removal Efficiencies in the Stormwater Industry

(Mount Airy, Maryland) March 30, 2007 – BaySaver Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its new BayFilter stormwater filtration system.  After nearly a decade of research and development, the new multi-layered underground sand filtration system removes very fine sediment and nutrient pollutants from stormwater runoff at an astounding flow rate of 30 GPM per cartridge – twice the flow rate of any other filter cartridge in the stormwater industry.

As stormwater makes its way through 43 square feet of surface area per cartridge, BayFilter removes more than 80% TSS (d50=23.2 microns) and greater than 50% of total phosphorous including dissolved phosphorus.  It also boasts a 50% reduction of turbidity.  The filter’s unique hydrodynamic backwash self-cleansing component dislodges pollutants and restores the porosity of the media after every storm, contributing to efficient operation, extended maintenance intervals, and a long product lifespan.

“We customize each BayFilter system to assist specifying engineers, regulators, developers and contractors with regulatory compliance, limited space conditions, and installations in ecologically sensitive areas” says John Mosheim, P.E, BaySaver’s Director of Engineering. “Based on flow capacity and treated sediment load, as well as local jurisdictional sizing criteria, each BayFilter system is designed for maximum efficiency and performance.”

About BaySaver Technologies, Inc.

BaySaver Technologies® is one of the world’s leading providers of stormwater treatment solutions, offering system design, technical advice, education, and products that separate and filter pollution from stormwater.  BaySeparator™ and BayFilter™ are flagship products providing the best value per treated CFS in the industry.  BaySaver Technologies® assists in the compliance of all federally mandated regulations set by Phases I and II of the Clean Water Act, where municipalities are required to remove pollutants such as trash, oils, and sediments from stormwater.  For more information or to find a BaySaver Technologies’ representative in your area, visit BaySaver.com or call 800.BAYSAVER (800.229.7283).

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