Date: Friday 30 June 2017
Location: Fairfield City Council, 86 Avoca Rd, Wakeley
Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm
- Member CRC – $115 ex GST
- Non Member – $300 ex GST
This one day workshop gives a comprehensive introduction to the Centre for Cooperative Research for Water Sensitive Cities (CRCWSC) “Adoption Guide lines for Stormwater Biofiltration System”.
The workshop will guide participants towards key content in the guidelines including; what is a biofiltration system, how do they function and what are their benefits. Participants will also work through key considerations for design, construction, handover, operation and maintenance. The workshop will also debunk some of the myths around biofiltratjon systems.
Participants will also be introduced to other useful resources referenced in the guidelines s including those developed by Water by Design (now Healthy Land and Water).
By tine end of this workshop participants will:
- Have a good understanding of the content of the guidelines and know where they can find
- Understand what a biofiltration system is, how it functions and what are the benefits of
- Understand the different types of biofiltration systems and the context that they would be used
- Identify key considerations for designing biofiltration systems at the concept stage
- Identify common design, construction, handover, operation and maintenance issues associated with biofiltration systems.
Who should attend?
Practitioners seeking a better understanding of biofiltration systems including asset and civil engineers, development assessment officers, landscape architects, environmental officers and planners.
RSVP: Contact Kristy Good on: [email protected]
Sally is a founding Director of E2Designlab and an experienced urban water
management practitioner well versed in WSUD, aquatic ecosystem remediation and the design of stormwater management systems from concept to delivery. With a background in freshwater ecology and 17 years of experience spanning both research and consultancy, Sally enjoys sharing this knowledge through capacity building.
Sally is a contributing author to industry guidelines on Water Sensitive Urban Design
and has presented numerous capacity building workshops. This has included the Bioretention Technical Design Guidelines and Bioretention Design Training Workshops for Water by Design, Queensland’s capacity building program. As active industry partners with
the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities and the previous Facility for Advancing Water
Biofiltration , E2Designlab has a focus on demonstrat ing latest thinking by putting
research into practice. As a member of the Regional Advisory Panel for the CRC Water
Sensitive Cities, Salty is helping to guide knowledge generation, translation and
Sally was awarded the inaugural Urban Development Institute’s Women in Development Excellence Award Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in Creating a Sustainable Environment, 2009 as testament to her achievements in delivering successful on-ground applications
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