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Using Retro-fit Green Infrastructure to Reduce Pollution and Flooding in Llanelli and Gowerton, South Wales
Author : Ellis
Surface water inflow into the combined sewerage networks in Llanelli and Gowerton (UK) led to excessive spills from Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) into the Loughor Estuary, a protected shellfish water, resulting in the threat of European Commission Infraction Proceedings for a breach of the Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive (UWWTD).
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2014
Article : Issue 2 - The Three Gorges Project
Date Published : 01/06/2014
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