Brentwood Industries, Inc.
Brentwood provides robust and cost-effective solutions to meet the diverse needs of the drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater markets. As a valuable knowledge base and a source for applications expertise, Brentwood has developed proprietary plastic sheet media and media supports for trickling filters, low-cost tube settlers for efficient clarification, media for IFAS systems, and high-strength underground storage modules for stormwater control. Additionally, Brentwood’s Polychem Systems brand is the leading global supplier of 100 percent non-metallic chain and flight collectors for rectangular clarifier systems.

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610 Morgantown Road
Reading, PA 19611
United States
Phone: 610.374.5109
Fax: 610.376.6022

Product Categories

Aeration, Equipment & Systems; Storm Water Management Products; Maintenance Management & Services; Dissolved-Air Flotation Equipment; Dredging Equipment; Grit Removal Equipment; Sludge Collectors; Skimmers; Wastewater Treatment Systems; Water Treatment Systems

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