Self Fertilising Geotextiles for Use in Pervious Pavements: A Review of Progress and Further Developments: Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management

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Abstract

Geotextiles incorporating inorganic nutrients (particularly phosphorous) to enhance the growth of oil degrading microoganisms when geotextiles are used in pervious pavement applications have been shown to be effective in the past. However the cost and manufacturing difficulties have been a barrier to their use. A polypropylene random mat geotextile incorporating an alternative polymer additive as a source of phosphorous has been investigated as a potential self-fertilizing geotextile. Initial
experiments are reported which investigate with nutrient leach rates, and both small scale, short term, and medium scale, longer term tests to determine the capability of the textile to support
biodegradation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationContrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management, Publisher:GRAIE, Lyon, France Date:2010
Place of PublicationFrance
PublisherGRAIE
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventNovatech: 7th International Conference on sustainable techniques and strategies for urban water management - Lyons, France
Duration: 6 Jun 20106 Jun 2010
Conference number: 7

Conference

ConferenceNovatech
Abbreviated titleNOVATECH 2010
CountryFrance
CityLyons
Period6/06/106/06/10

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geotextile
pavement
stormwater
road
self potential
nutrient
manufacturing
polymer
oil
cost

Keywords

  • Géotextiles
  • chaussées perméables
  • hydrocarbures

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Newman, A., Duckers, L., Nnadi, E. O. N., & Cobley, A. (2010). Self Fertilising Geotextiles for Use in Pervious Pavements: A Review of Progress and Further Developments: Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management. In Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management, Publisher:GRAIE, Lyon, France Date:2010 France: GRAIE.

Self Fertilising Geotextiles for Use in Pervious Pavements: A Review of Progress and Further Developments : Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management. / Newman, Alan; Duckers, Les; Nnadi, Ernest Okwudiri Nnadi; Cobley, Andrew.

Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management, Publisher:GRAIE, Lyon, France Date:2010. France : GRAIE, 2010.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference proceeding

Newman, A, Duckers, L, Nnadi, EON & Cobley, A 2010, Self Fertilising Geotextiles for Use in Pervious Pavements: A Review of Progress and Further Developments: Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management. in Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management, Publisher:GRAIE, Lyon, France Date:2010. GRAIE, France, Novatech, Lyons, France, 6/06/10.
Newman A, Duckers L, Nnadi EON, Cobley A. Self Fertilising Geotextiles for Use in Pervious Pavements: A Review of Progress and Further Developments: Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management. In Contrôle à la source; Assainissement routier; Source control; Highway stormwater management, Publisher:GRAIE, Lyon, France Date:2010. France: GRAIE. 2010
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