Technological, Hydrological and BMP Basis for Water Quality Criteria and Goals

by Wayne C. Huber, Univ of Florida, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Design of Urban Runoff Quality Controls


Water quality criteria and goals may be addressed through at least four means: institution of 1) technology-based controls, 2) best management practice (BMP) based controls, 3) water quality standards-based controls, and 4) hydrology-based controls. This paper considers the relative characteristics, merits and linkages of the four options in the context of control of stormwater runoff quality.

Subject Headings: Water quality | Quality control | Hydrology | Best Management Practice | Water pollution | Runoff | Stormwater management | Standards and codes

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