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Curb cut CNT.jpg| Curb cut into a bioretention facility in Hinsdale, IL. Decorative aggregate in the center of the facility reduces erosion and dissipates power inflow around the inlet area. A monitoring/maintenance well can be seen in the foreground. [http://mediawiki.trca.info/index.php/Acknowledgements| Photo credit: CNT]
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Curb cut CNT.jpg| Curb cut into a bioretention facility in Hinsdale, IL. <br>Decorative aggregate in the center of the facility reduces erosion and dissipates power inflow around the inlet area. A monitoring/maintenance well can be seen in the foreground. <br>[[Acknowledgements| Photo credit: CNT]]
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Curb cut AV.jpg | Curb cut into a bioretention facility in Brown Deer, WI. <br>Aggregate is used to reduce erosion around the inlet area. [[Acknowledgements| Photo credit: Aaron Volkening]]
 
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