Infiltration of stormwater runoff for groundwater recharge, Dane County, Wisconsin

R. Montgomery, S. J. Gaffield & N. R. Zolidis
Groundwater recharge using urban watershed stormwater is being implemented in Madison, Wisconsin in response to State of Wisconsin permit requirements for a new cogeneration facility that draws its water supply from Lake Mendota. Recharge site selection and system design required evaluation of available runoff volume, source water quality, soil permeability, potential aquifer impacts, pretreatment of recharge water, permit requirements, and public perception. Stormwater will be pumped from a flooded wetland and infiltrated between fairways in...

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Infiltration of stormwater runoff for groundwater recharge, Dane County, Wisconsin

R. Montgomery, S. J. Gaffield & N. R. Zolidis
Groundwater recharge using urban watershed stormwater is being implemented in Madison, Wisconsin in response to State of Wisconsin permit requirements for a new cogeneration facility that draws its water supply from Lake Mendota. Recharge site selection and system design required evaluation of available runoff volume, source water quality, soil permeability, potential aquifer impacts, pretreatment of recharge water, permit requirements, and public perception. Stormwater will be pumped from a flooded wetland and infiltrated between fairways in...

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