EcoRain America Systems

Water management in urban areas

A perfect solution


for a sub soil drainage application

Environmentally friendly


The ideal way to manage Stormwater runoff

The Company

EcoRain™ America is a company totally dedicated to manufacturing and supplying leading technology for the Stormwater industry. We are the original developers and inventors of the EcoRain systems in USA and we have the patents granted to prove our development, we also hold registered design for the other products that complete our systems.

EcoRain™ America offers you over 25 years of EXPERIENCE, EXPERTISE, & QUALITY products utilized by major engineering, architectural & construction companies, and Cities in many countries including the USA, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Australia.

Our Products

Our Projects

Learn about projects we have developed


Los Angeles International Airport Runway 25L Bioswale

The Runway 25L Relocation & Center Transitway Improvement at Los Angeles International Airport—LAX has two long Bioswales, one on each side of the new center taxiway, between the taxiway and the adjacent runways. An existing 32” diameter con-crete drainpipe that runs through the center of the Bioswales has been retrofitted with inlets every few hundred feet to accept overflow.


Navajo Nation Rough Rock Community School, Arizona

The Navajo Nation has chosen EcoRain America Tanks to harvest rain water from the roofs of Rough Rock Community School. Always a leader, Rough Rock – Tse Ch’zhi – was built in 1966 as the first community-run school in the U.S. The School and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs have chosen EcoRain America Tanks for the first cisterns in the area to provide 100% irrigation needs.

Green Roofs

Branson High School, Ross, Ca

A private school located in the woodlands of Ross, CA showed innovation by installing two green roofs on the new cafeteria/lounge building for students.
Planted with native annuals and perennials, the roofs do not require irrigation. By covering the roof sections with an aerated layer of 1” (25 mm) Drainage Cells and soil/plant cover, the rooms below maintain a more even temperature.

Detention & Exfiltration

Sara Coughlin Elementary School, LAUSD, Pacoima, CA

This underground storm water detention system was installed in May 2008 and was the first of many subsequent EcoRain, now EcoRain America Tank™ systems designed and in-stalled in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The School District used this installation as a trail for assessment and found through bidding that the EcoRain America Tanks™ were the most cost effective to install. EcoRain America Tanks™ have a 95% void space, and each unit take only minutes to assemble.

H-25 Loading

United States Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, FL

The U.S. Navy opted to collect rain water from the helicopter hangar to use in the helicopter washing bays. They designed the system with EcoRain America Single Tanks—1.5″ tall. The photographs show how a plastic liner was first installed, then a layer of sand placed inside the liner to aid in water purification.
All built under a parking lot.

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