Sector : Residential
Sector : Natural Resources
Sector : Agricultural Development
Sector : Infrastructure, Commercial and Institutional
First developer of sustainable solutions for mastering storm water

of sustainable solutions
for mastering storm water

Mastering storm water

Sustainable and customized collection systems

Soleno’s collection systems are sustainable and easily fitted to existing networks of pipes. Our products are perfectly tailored to their functions, combining the mechanical properties of HDPE with resistance to heaving caused by freezing and de-icing salts and superior performance in fluctuating temperatures. Soleno’s catch basins and perforated pipes are practical, economical alternatives for intercepting surface runoff.

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High-strength pipes with dependable connections

Channeling and conveying storm water via corrugated HDPE pipes that are strong and adequately meet the loads and conditions to which they are subjected. Dependable connections — including a patent pending bell outlet with integrated gasket (BIG) — are available, as well as a full range of corrugated steel pipes for applications in rural and forested areas. Weholite large-diameter pipes can be used to rehabilitate pipes that have reached the end of their service life.

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Effective and easily maintained treatment solutions

Effective solutions for meeting surface runoff quality control objectives. Our perfectly watertight HDPE solutions, with no moving parts, can be used alone or together to create an effective and easily maintained treatment train. Settling, hydrodynamic separation, filtration and infiltration are among the solutions available for eliminating suspended solids.

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Easy-to-install and economical storage systems

Soleno’s easy-to-install and economical storage solutions effectively meet the demands of increased surface runoff volume and are safe because they are subsurface.

Our retention chambers allow for temporary storage with or without ground water replenishment, and our watertight retention systems made of Solfo Max, Weholite or DuroMaxx pipes with flow regulators permit temporary storage of significant amount of water, minimizing the load on municipal storm water sewer systems during peak periods.

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Bold solutions using nonwoven textiles

Our nonwoven textiles are used in a wide range of applications, including engineering and infrastructure for road works, construction, landscaping and hydraulic works. Whether through filtration, separation, reinforcement, drainage, protection, control or concrete curing, these technical solutions help to improve the properties of soils.

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Nov 2016

Do you know our Type 2 – 250 microns?

To fulfill the needs of our agricultural clients, our selection of perforated […]

Press release

Mar 2017

First edition of the Soleno Sustainable Challenge Sitting and Standing, a first in North America

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, March 13 – Soleno, a Quebec company and corporate citizen, is proud […]


Nov 2017

Construct Canada Expo

Discover our latest innovations by visiting our newly designed booth. The 29th […]


Aug 2017


We are currently seeking a mechanic for a permanent full-time position. Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, the incumbent will be […]

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Nov 2016

Ontario municipalities approve Soleno products

Soleno is pleased to announce the recent approvals of Solflo Max pipe […]

Press release

Mar 2017

Les Entreprises Jallex inc. is now Soleno Service

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, March 3 2017 – During the past year Soleno, a leader in the […]


Dec 2017

INFRA Congress 2017

Come and visit Soleno at Booths 35 and 36 at the INFRA […]