Corpus ID: 107105272

IMPROVING THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SITE EROSION AND POLLUTION CONTROL. FINAL REPORT

@inproceedings{Horner1990IMPROVINGTC,
  title={IMPROVING THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SITE EROSION AND POLLUTION CONTROL. FINAL REPORT},
  author={R. Horner and J. Guedry and M. H. Kortenhof},
  year={1990}
}
A comprehensive two-phase effort was conducted to improve the cost-effectiveness of erosion and pollution control at highway construction sites. This report covers both phases of the research. The initial work included laboratory model-scale testing of sedimentation pond designs and field monitoring of ponds to establish their effectiveness in pollutant removal. The laboratory models demonstrated that the following design features in concert maximize actual water residence time to promote… Expand
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