Treatment of urban stormwater is common practice in Australia (Hatt et al., 2006), for protection of either downstream ecosystems or human health prior to harvesting and reuse. We have adopted a mixture of techniques to reduce stormwater's highly variable flow and water quality, ranging from natural-based Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) treatment systems, such as wetlands or biofilters, to those that rely on traditional highly-engineered water treatment technologies, such as media filtration systems and UV disinfection.

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Last updated: 11th Apr 2017