Stormwater quality at Centennial Park, Sydney, Australia. June 2002.

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Urban stormwater runoff is a transport medium for many contaminants from thropogenic sources. There are many alternative treatment technologies available to remove some of these contaminants. The centennial and Mooore Prk Trust installed a CDS gross pollutant trap immediateky upstream of Musgrave pond within centennial Park. Reported here are results of a monitoring program aimed at assessing the overall treatment achieved by the combinateion of gross pollutant trap and wetland or pond.
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Ball, J. E.
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2002
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