Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD)
Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) is an approach to urban planning and design that aims to minimize hydrological impacts of urban development on the surrounding environment. The typical WSUD technologies include infiltration systems, bio-retention systems, vegetated and bio-filtration swales, permeable and porous pavements, constructed wetlands, green roofs, vegetated filter strips and rainwater tanks. These technologies are aids for solving the everyday problems of small scale stormwater management–flood control, pollution control and stormwater harvesting.
The task of assignment 3 is to investigate the role of WSUD technologies for stormwater quality control. Select three WSUD technologies listed above. Read around twenty related materials including journal and conference papers, government reports and technical manuals. Prepare a review paper on how the selected WSUD technologies can be used for enhancing stormwater quality. Your focus in the report will be the effective treatments of stormwater pollutants including TSS, TN, TP, BOD, COD, heavy metals, E. coli etc. by using the selected WSUD technologies.
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