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Urban Sediment Removal

The Science, Policy and Management of Street Sweeping

by Robert Brinkmann

  • 382 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waste management,
  • Waste treatment & disposal,
  • Sanitary And Municipal Engineering,
  • Environmental Policy,
  • Technology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Street cleaning,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology - Recycling,
  • Science / Environmental Science,
  • Science : Environmental Science,
  • Technology : Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Public Policy - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9849152M
    ISBN 100792374657
    ISBN 109780792374657

    The Erosion and Sediment Control Program was set up to improve and protect Georgia's urban soil and water resources by reducing the amount of erosion from urban development sites. The program educates local governments and erosion and sediment control professionals on urban BMPs and certifies professionals to meet Georgia's standards for land-disturbing activities. J.S. Gulliver, B.N. Wilson, O. Mohseni, A.J. Erickson, and R.M. Hozalski. Erosion and sediment transport. Process: Soil erosion is a natural process that plays an important role in the dynamics of landscape features at large geologic time considering stormwater treatment practices, interest primarily lies in accelerated erosion as a result of human-related activities.

    2. A sediment forebay may be appropriate for other existing ponds and retention basins where improved water quality is desired. 3. Forebays shall be for locations which are readily accessible for maintenance (sediment removal). 4. Forebays shall not be constructed over existing underground utilities. CRITERIA Since forebays provide a dual function:File Size: KB. STORMWATER WET POND AND WETLAND MANAGEMENT GUIDEBOOK Based on material originally produced by: Center for Watershed Protection Main Street, Second Floor Ellicott City, MD With assistance from: Tetra Tech, Inc. Eaton Place Suite Fairfax, VA Under: EPA Contract C

    One of the best management practices (BMPs) for stormwater quality and quantity control is a bioretention system. The removal efficiency of different pollutants under this system is generally satisfactory, except for nitrogen which is deficient in certain bioretention systems. Nitrogen has a complex biogeochemical cycle, and thus the removal processes of nitrogen are typically Cited by: 1.   The sumps did remove suspended sediment at low flows, but at high flows the washout rate was substantial. The data collected were used to develop two performance functions: one for suspended sediment removal (deposition) in a sump at low flow, and one for sediment washout from the sump at high flow.


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Brinkmann, Robert and Tobin, Graham A., "Urban Sediment Removal: The Science, Policy, and Management of Street Sweeping" (). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. Cited by: The phenomenon of black-odor urban rivers with rapid urbanization has attracted extensive attention.

In this study, we investigated the water quality and composition of sediment-associated bacteria communities in three remediation stages (before remediation, 30 days after remediation, and 90 days after remediation) based on the in situ remediation using comprehensive Author: Jian Zhang, Yun Tang, Zhanguo Kou, Xiao Teng, Wei Cai, Jian Hu.

More information is available in Managing Urban Stormwater: Soils and construction Volume 1, 4th edition (commonly known as the Blue Book), which is the definitive resource for the design and construction of erosion and sediment control measures. Sediment-control methods in areas of urban development must be more carefully designed temporally and spacially than methods used in rural areas.

Several jurisdictions have adopted a manual for sediment-control methods that is based largely on rural sediment-control technology. Maintenance efforts for sedimentation practices are typically focused on sediment and trash removal, fixing clogged pipes, and addressing invasive vegetation.

Table lists the percent of responding municipalities (Erickson et al. ) that indicated the listed factors most frequently caused deterioration of stormwater treatment practice.

Since removal and disposal of sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS) sediment can incur high maintenance costs, assessments of sediment Author: Lian Lundy.

A comparison of the cumulative load from 33 samples collected during the summers of and showed 23% and 45% reductions in TSS and SSC, respectively. A smaller reduction was observed for TP, 16%, whereas DP remained unchanged. Reported traditional catch basin sediment removal varies greatly, although typical removal rates are similar.

Since removal and disposal of sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS) sediment can incur high maintenance costs, assessments of sediment.

Sediment Basin (SB) SC-7 August Urban Drainage and Flood Control District SB-1 Urban Storm Drainage Criteria Manual Volume 3 Photograph SB Sediment basin at the toe of a slope. Photo courtesy of WWE. Description.

A sediment basin is a temporary pond built on a construction site to capture eroded or disturbed soil transported inFile Size: KB. A wide variety of stormwater control measures, also known as best management practices or BMPs, are available that can play a significant role in the treatment of urban runoff (see Table 1 for definition of terms and abbreviations used in this paper).

The performance of BMPs is critical for meeting TMDLs and other water quality regulations for water bodies with urban by: The construction phase is often overlooked when considering the impacts of land development on water quality.

This aspect of water sensitive urban design (WSUD) is known as “erosion and sediment control” (ESC) and its name reflects the key processes that need to be : Leon Rowlands.FoLAR’s Response to US Army Corps of Engineers Sediment Removal Project Environmental Assessment.

Earlier this year, FoLAR was informed about USACE’s hurried plans to remove roug cubic yards of sediment and vegetation from the Glendale Narrows section of the LA River to increase flood capacity to 54, cubic feet per second, or approximately a 15 .