Control of Select Priority Pollutants in Stormwater

by Martin P. Wanielista, Univ of Central Florida, Engineering, & Industrial Experiment Station, Orlando, FL, USA,
Yousef A. Yousef, Univ of Central Florida, Engineering, & Industrial Experiment Station, Orlando, FL, USA,
Michael McBee, Univ of Central Florida, Engineering, & Industrial Experiment Station, Orlando, FL, USA,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age

Abstract: A simulation program to generate the runoff quantity and quality for each storm event over a 5 year period was written. Chemical loading rate data from highways was used. Runoff was considered both from the pervious and impervious areas with soil moisture inventories affecting the pervious runoff. Flow routing was done using the Santa Barbara Urban Hydrograph Method. Pollutant removal was considered both as an exponential removal (first flush) and as a random variable.

Subject Headings: Runoff | Storms | Pollutants | Loading rates | Soil water | Inventories | Stormwater management

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