Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines: Draft 01

The purpose of these Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines is to assist engineers and other professionals to plan, design and implement stormwater harvesting schemes. The guidelines focus on developing localised stormwater harvesting in urban areas — harvesting stormwater from local catchments and reusing it within the local community. […]

Life Cycle Costs of Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) Treatment Systems – Draft Summary Report

The utilisation of water sensitive urban design (WSUD) systems to treat stormwater runoff is becoming increasingly widespread throughout South East Queensland. Stormwater treatment designers, developers and councils need to understand the life cycle costs associated with the different treatment systems so as to make informed decisions regarding the appropriate application of WSUD technology. […]

Strategy for Water Sensitive Urban Design in SEQ

Rapid growth in Queensland will bring increasing demands for water, recreational pressure on natural areas such as Moreton Bay and inland waterways, and greater demands for roads, housing, car parks, shopping centres and industrial estates, which in turn, may lead to degradation of the waterways. […]

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