Pollutants retention in stormwater treatment chambers

D. A. Phipps, R. M. Alkhaddar & M. G. Faram
ABSTRACT In recent years, various proprietary treatment technologies have evolved to reduce the polluting impact of urban run-off on receiving watercourses. The majority are \342\200\230flow-through\342\200\231 devices, designed to intercept and store pollutants in submerged chambers for later removal and safe disposal. Frequently, the performance of such systems is described solely in terms of \342\200\230ability to remove pollutants from the inflow\342\200\231, usually at specified discrete flowrates. However, it is suggested that this is insufficient to give...

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Pollutants retention in stormwater treatment chambers

D. A. Phipps, R. M. Alkhaddar & M. G. Faram
ABSTRACT In recent years, various proprietary treatment technologies have evolved to reduce the polluting impact of urban run-off on receiving watercourses. The majority are \342\200\230flow-through\342\200\231 devices, designed to intercept and store pollutants in submerged chambers for later removal and safe disposal. Frequently, the performance of such systems is described solely in terms of \342\200\230ability to remove pollutants from the inflow\342\200\231, usually at specified discrete flowrates. However, it is suggested that this is insufficient to give...

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