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7sigma RainGarden64.JPG|The sunken curb holds the edge of the asphalt pavement and lets water freely flow to the [[bioretention cell]] beside the 7sigma parking lot in Minneapolis, MN (USA)<br>Photo credit:[[Acknowledgements|BrianAsh]]
 
7sigma RainGarden64.JPG|The sunken curb holds the edge of the asphalt pavement and lets water freely flow to the [[bioretention cell]] beside the 7sigma parking lot in Minneapolis, MN (USA)<br>Photo credit:[[Acknowledgements|BrianAsh]]
 
Elm Drive Bioretention.JPG|[[Bioretention]] cells on Elm Drive, Mississauga, are lower then the adjacent road to accommodate a catch basin [[inlet]] between the paved surface and the cells.
 
Elm Drive Bioretention.JPG|[[Bioretention]] cells on Elm Drive, Mississauga, are lower then the adjacent road to accommodate a catch basin [[inlet]] between the paved surface and the cells.
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Lakeside - sheet flow parking lot 1.JPG| The grade and lack of curb allow for sheet-flow runoff into this bioretention facility. Lakeside Park, Mississauga, ON
 
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