Storm Water Pollutant Removal Performance of Compost Filter Socks

Storm Water Pollutant Removal Performance of Compost Filter Socks

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Faucette, L. B., Cardoso-Gendreau, F. A., Codling, E., Sadeghi, A. M., Pachepsky, Y. A., Shelton, D. R. 2009. Storm Water Pollutant Removal Performance of Compost Filter Socks. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 38, Number 3. Pages 1233-1239

bacteria, BMP, Efficiency, nutrients, pollutant, runoff, sediment, Stormwater, Filter, Green Infrastructure, Nitrogen, heavy metals

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/38/3/1233?search-result=1

This study aimed to assess whether or not compost filter socks can significantly remove various pollutants (without the addition of a flocculation agent) from stormwater runoff.

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