By Ken Howard; Dubravka Pokrajac
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In some cases, contaminants are conveyed via abandoned boreholes, either intentionally or unintentionally. Some discharges may be regular and recorded; many may be irregular in time and space, and unrecorded. Often, chemical discharges in urban areas are small and transitory – spillage from a container, for example. Sometimes, sources are short-lived because they are discovered relatively quickly through the auditing of storage-container fluid balances. Other sources are longer-lived because they remain undiscovered for many years or are permitted by the regulatory authority.
G. in ASR schemes), or at some remote location. g. washing or cooling), whilst the latter takes advantage of the aquifer’s natural capacity to attenuate various contaminants. In some cases, the grey water may actually be of better quality than the groundwater into which it is injected. g. , 2006; Anders and Chrysikopoulos, 2005). For large schemes, the injection water is treated, if only to reduce the rate of clogging. 3 Aquifer discharge Most discharge boundaries in urban aquifers are of the same types as those found in non-urban aquifers.
1998), and, although often considered more as a means of reducing urban runoff, permeable pavements. Water sources include urban drainage waters such as stormwater runoff and brown/green roof rainfall harvesting. g. in ASR schemes), or at some remote location. g. washing or cooling), whilst the latter takes advantage of the aquifer’s natural capacity to attenuate various contaminants. In some cases, the grey water may actually be of better quality than the groundwater into which it is injected.
Advanced simulation and modelling for urban groundwater management : UGROW by Ken Howard; Dubravka Pokrajac