Roofing Materials\’ Contributions to Storm-Water Runoff Pollution

Roofing Materials' Contributions to Storm-Water Runoff Pollution

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roofingmaterialscontributionstostorm-waterrunoffpollutionjournalofirrigationanddrainageengineeringasce.pdf
Clark, S. E., Steele, K. A., Spicher, J., Siu, C. Y., Lalor, M. M., Pitt, R. 2008. Roofing materials’ contributions to storm-water runoff pollution. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. ASCE, Reston, VA. Volume 134, Number 5. Pages 638-645
metals, nutrients, runoff, sampling, Stormwater, monitoring
Laboratory ’leach’ testing of roofing materials was conducted to evaluate the water quality rooftop runoff. The study reports the potential for release (primarily nutrients, lights hydrocarbons, pesticides, and metals) is substantial.

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