Stormwater Treatment: Priority pollutant behaviour in stormwater BMPs

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Courtesy of IWA Publishing

The term Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) (also known as sustainable urban drainage systems; SUDS) refers to a wide range of stormwater control systems which enable the planning, design and management of stormwater to be tackled equally from water quantity, water quality and amenity perspectives (). Commonly used systems include:

  • Storage systems (e.g. retention ponds and constructed wetlands)
  • Filter strips and swales
  • Infiltrations systems (e.g. infiltration basin, soakaway)
  • Alternative road and paving structures (e.g. porous paving)

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