by Environment Canada, Ministry of the Environment, Obtained from Training and Technology Transfer Division (Water), Environmental Protection Service, Fisheries and Environment Canada in Ottawa, Ont, Toronto, Ont, Ottawa .
Written in English
|Other titles||Canada-Ontario Agreement on Great Lakes Water Quality.|
|Statement||by Michael P.H. Murrey and Jerzy J. Ganczarczyk.|
|Series||Research report ;, no. 63, Research report (Research Program for the Abatement of Municipal Pollution (Canada)) ;, no. 63.|
|Contributions||Ganczarczyk, Jerzy J., 1928-, Research Program for the Abatement of Municipal Pollution (Canada)|
|LC Classifications||TD223.3 .R49 no. 63, TD365 .R49 no. 63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||85187417|
Most industrial facilities expose materials to stormwater through the outdoor storage, handling, and transfer of product materials, by products, and waste products. quality through adaptive Best Management Practices devices, operating procedures, and practices to control industrial stormwater runoff, spillage or leaks, waste disposal or. storm water quality control. 1. Introduction Pollutants found in storm water runoff may include sedi- ments, phosphorus, nitrogen, agricultural pesticides and her- bicides, trace metals, chlorides, oil, grease and other industrial by-products, and bacteria, viruses, and other microbial patho- gens. Storm water detention ponds are constructed to Cited by: Stormwater Quality Handbook: Project Planning and Design Guide. Distributed by. HQ Office of Hydraulics and Stormwater Design. July (Updated April ). The objective of land developers and/or municipalities is to minimize these costs while satisfying regional environmental regulations for runoff quantity and quality control. An optimization methodology is presented for determining the design parameters (storage volume, release rate, and pond depth) of a single storm-water management pond.
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