Dropzone Newsletter

May 2015



Jellyfish Filter Field Testing Performance in Australia

Jellyfish Filter Field Testing Performance in Australia

By: Imbrium Systems
In 2010 & 2011 the Jellyfish Filter was TARP field tested over a duration of 25 storm events adhering to New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) amended TARP field monitoring protocol. Additional field testing is ongoing on a JF4 (1200 mm diameter) unit providing treatment of a commercial site in Ispwich, Australia, which is a suburb of Brisbane. The monitored catchment&rsquo...

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Filter Sizing: Considerations for Sediment Mass Loading & Longevity

Filter Sizing: Considerations for Sediment Mass Loading & Longevity

By: Ben Farrell - Imbrium Stormwater Design Engineer
Sediment (TSS) in urban stormwater runoff causes many water quality, habitat and aesthetic problems in our waterways. Various pollutants of concern, such as metals, nutrients, hydrocarbons, and bacteria, are typically adsorbed onto the sediment particles. Filtration devices are often used to greatly reduce the pollutant loads in runoff. When sizing a filter it is important to consider both the wat...

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