Stormwater planters

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This is an image map of a stormwater planterA vegetated practice that collects and treats stormwater through sedimentation and filtration. Contributions to water cycle/water balance are through evapotranspiration only; no infiltration., clicking on components will load the appropriate article.


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   <area target="" alt="Mulcha top dressing over vegetation beds that provides suppresses weeds and helps retain soil moisture in bioretention cells, stormwater planters and dry swales." title="Mulcha top dressing over vegetation beds that provides suppresses weeds and helps retain soil moisture in bioretention cells, stormwater planters and dry swales." href="https://wiki.sustainabletechnologies.ca/index.php?title=Mulch" coords="200,1118,498,1146" shape="rect">
   <area target="" alt="Filter mediaThe engineered soil component of bioretention cell or dry swale designs, typically with a high rate of infiltration and designed to retain contaminants through filtration and adsorption to particles." title="Filter mediaThe engineered soil component of bioretention cell or dry swale designs, typically with a high rate of infiltration and designed to retain contaminants through filtration and adsorption to particles." href="https://wiki.sustainabletechnologies.ca/index.php?title=Bioretention:_Filter_media" coords="194,1151,528,1241" shape="rect">
   <area target="" alt="Reservoir" title="Reservoir" href="https://wiki.sustainabletechnologies.ca/index.php?title=Reservoir_gravel" coords="196,1247,528,1305" shape="rect">

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