Reduction of pollution load from street-runoff by an inlet-filtration-system filled with adsorptive material

H. Sommer & H. Sieker
Pollution of surface waters by runoff from sealed areas is coming more into focus. As shown by several national and international studies, this part of wastewater cannot be neglegted. There are different strategies to reduce emission from urban runoff. One is to reduce the pollution load to rivers and lakes by centralised retention, purification tanks and centralised constructed wetlands. An alternative strategy is source control. The presented solution in this paper concerns the thousands of...

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Reduction of pollution load from street-runoff by an inlet-filtration-system filled with adsorptive material

H. Sommer & H. Sieker
Pollution of surface waters by runoff from sealed areas is coming more into focus. As shown by several national and international studies, this part of wastewater cannot be neglegted. There are different strategies to reduce emission from urban runoff. One is to reduce the pollution load to rivers and lakes by centralised retention, purification tanks and centralised constructed wetlands. An alternative strategy is source control. The presented solution in this paper concerns the thousands of...

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