Filtrexx® FilterSoxx with MetaLoxx™

For Heavy Metals; Oil; Sediment; Debris, 5" x 5', Max Flow Rate 2 gal./Minute
Protect storm drains from pollutants including sediment, debris, hydrocarbons and chemicals.   Read More 

PRICING (Based on quantity)

$97.00 $88.00
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Protect storm drains from pollutants including sediment, debris, hydrocarbons and chemicals.
  • Organic compost/mulch filler achieves a 97.2% total solid removal
  • Also efficiently filters oils, diesel, gasoline and hydrocarbon sheens from stormwater
  • Barrier provides effective erosion and sedimentation control with constant-flow filtration at 2 gpm/linear foot
  • Easy to handle and move as needed
  • Ideal for uses where mobility matters, such as site entrances and exits
  • Installs easily on nearly any surface, even pavement or frozen ground
  • Product's own weight holds it in place, eliminating need for stakes or extra equipment
  • Minimize replacement costs by surrounding any size drain with any quantity, rotating and swapping out when saturated as needed
  • Won't rip, tear or fall down like silt fencing
  • Bio-based, organic materials help you meet environmental goals
  • Strong double-polyester skin blocks sediment and withstands demands such as vehicle traffic
  • MetaLoxx additive captures and retains heavy metals such as copper, lead, zinc, chromium, cadmium and arsenic; more effective than straw wattles, which only stop erosion
  • Ideal for use in salvage yards, landfills and recycling centers


Max Flow Rate 2 gal./Minute
Style Around the Drain
Use With Storm Drains, Culverts, and Ditches
Color Black
Dimensions ext. dia. 5" x 5' L
Absorbency Up to 2.25 gal.
Brand Filtrexx
Drain Shape Round; Square; Rectangular
Substance Filtered Heavy Metals; Oil; Sediment; Debris
Sold as 1 each
Weight 17 lbs.
# per Pallet 120
Composition Skin - Polyester
Filler - Compost Mulch
UNSPSC 47101514
UV Resistant Yes


Based on 1 reviews

By Edward



This is an excellent product to use near storm water outfalls. Keeps debris and other contaminates out of the collection area.

Additional Information

  • Why is there no SDS?
  • 40 CFR 122.26
    When applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, facilities must have a plan in place that describes actions, procedures, control techniques, management practices and equipment available to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.