Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │ Gross Pollutant Traps

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This is Session #6 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, focussing on Gross Pollutant Traps (GPTs). Gross pollutants traps (GPTs) are the oldest form and often most commonly applied stormwater quality improvement device in Australia and overseas. Their success has varied – from preventing the discharge of enormous quantities of litter and coarse sediment…

Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │Bioretention

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This is Session #7 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, focussing on bioretention systems. Bioretention systems (also called biofiltration, biofilters, bioretention basins, bioswales and raingardens) are one of the most commonly used stormwater treatment asset given their flexible design, space efficiency and applicability at a variety of scales. In this session, we will provide…

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WSCA Seminar Series 2024 │ Building community water literacy

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Each month, Water Sensitive Cities Australia (WSCA) will deliver a webinar about their projects that focus on mainstreaming water sensitive cities practices. Each session will include a presentation from a WSC expert, followed by an opportunity to ask questions. The session recording will be available on the WSC website following the event.   Building community water literacy This project is developing and…

Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │Proprietary stormwater treatment assets

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This is Session #8 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, focussing on proprietary stormwater treatment assets. Proprietary stormwater treatment assets are typically manufactured by one or more companies, and include devices such as gully baskets, gross pollutant traps, and media cartridge systems. In this session, we will focus on Ocean Protect’s OceanGuard, Jellyfish and…

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WSCA Seminar Series 2024 │ Protecting headwaters during development

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Each month, Water Sensitive Cities Australia (WSCA) will deliver a webinar about their projects that focus on mainstreaming water sensitive cities practices. Each session will include a presentation from a WSC expert, followed by an opportunity to ask questions. The session recording will be available on the WSC website following the event.   Protecting headwaters during development This project is exploring how…

Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │ Stormwater pollution in the ‘real world’

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This is Session #9 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, providing an insight of what stormwater pollution actually looks like in the ‘real world’. Have you ever wondered what the pollution looks like that is captured within stormwater treatment assets operating in urban areas within Australia ? This session will Dalrymple take you on…

Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │ Development Assessment

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This is Session #10 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, focussing on Development Assessment. Within Australia, development applications are commonly required to demonstrate how ‘post construction’ (or ‘operational phase’) stormwater quality targets will be achieved. Stormwater quality management plans/ reports (and associated information) are subsequently prepared in support of development applications – and submitted…

Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │ WSUD Asset Maintenance

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This is Session #11 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, focussing WSUD Asset Maintenance. With a large range of Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) asset types and models in the stormwater industry, it can be difficult to understand how to properly manage WSUD assets. This is because it could require different types of training…

Webinar Stormwater Fundamentals Series │ Asset Compliance

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This is Session #12 of the ‘Stormwater Fundamental’ series in 2024, focussing WSUD Asset Compliance. Hundreds of thousands of Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) assets have been installed across Australia on private and public property. These assets have been installed to protect the health of waterways and water resources. Like any assets, their function is…