METALS REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR STORMWATER

@inproceedings{Johnson2003METALSRT,
  title={METALS REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR STORMWATER},
  author={P. Johnson and S. Clark and R. Pitt and S. Durrans and M. Urrutia and S. Gill and Jason T. Kirby},
  year={2003}
}
This study, on innovative methods for the capture of metals from stormwat er, focused on two major areas of investigation: media filters and swales. The test w ater for both the filters and the swales was a stormwater which was collected from a parking lot during wet weather events. The characterization of the stormwater showed that the most prevalent metal s detected in the runoff were iron, zinc, copper and small amounts of particulate bound lead. Ranges of metals were within national ranges… Expand
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