Date: 25 November, 10:00-11:30 GMT.
Format: Virtual workshop.
Infiltration SuDS are an important part of sustainable water management for new and existing developments. Incorporation of infiltration SuDS into brownfield projects poses risks to water quality not necessarily present for other types of land. This is due to the potential for contamination to be present. With the right precautions, infiltration can be used at sites with variable ground quality. The decision-making process for infiltration SuDS requires good quality data and information to support scheme design.
The British Geological Survey would like to facilitate a shared understanding of the data, information and knowledge required to support infiltration SuDS scheme design and implementation to help inform our geoscience research and innovation. This virtual workshop will include expert talks from our panel who will actively engage with workshop attendees. This will help everyone involved learn about good practices in infiltration SuDS and future water planning. This will be an interactive and engaging workshop, the results of which will be disseminated after the event in a public blog.
This workshop is run in conjunction with the project, Community Water Management for a Liveable London (CAMELLIA).
View the programme here.
View the speakers here.
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