bioretention


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bioretention

Adds landscaping and vegetation to treat stormwater runoff; bioretention systems are often called rain gardens. See also: Water management systems
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Tenders are invited for work includes approx 750 lf storm sewer; 90 lf precast concrete box culvert; 5,000 tn driveway apron; 1,500 tn asphalt pavement; bioretention basin construction, restoration, common excavation.
The second project is for King County and will develop a new bioretention soil media that can remove phosphorous and heavy metals.
Role of Hydraulic Factors in Constructed Wetland and Bioretention Basin Treatment Performance, Ph.
Modular Wetlands, established in 2008, specialises in horizontal flow biofiltration technology, an emerging alternative to typical downward flow bioretention systems.
4-mile Sandy Forks Road widening project includes three bioretention areas to capture and filter runoff.
They intercept the first runoff until their soil is saturated, at which point swales act like a channel that directs further runoff to bioretention areas.
These engineered water management systems range from channels to detention basins to bioretention swales and ponds.
Please join the AMS Committee on Environmental Stewardship to help remove invasive plant species from New Orleans City Park's wetlands and bioretention parking lot.
The building's public court yard is composed of permeable pavers and bioretention swales that remove pollutants and then release water into the soil to irrigate landscaping features, or slowly drain it into the city's stormwater system.
For example, there may be a near-term justification for bioretention or flood mitigation equipment prior to completion of larger infrastructure projects.
I was put in charge of monitoring the performance of an experimental bioretention cell in the OSU Botanical Gardens.
Evaluation and optimization of bioretention media for treatment of urban storm water runoff, Journal of Environment Engineering 131(11): 1521-1531.