Zero additional maintenance WSUD 4
Making WSUD affordable. In our opinion it has to be one of the highest priorities for water sensitive urban design at present. To date, one of the best attempts at this has been Manningham City Council's Zero Additional Maintenance (ZAM) WSUD bioretention systems. We have spoken about these previously here and here. In this episode we catch up with Simon Brink from Manningham City Council and Harsha Fowdar from Monash University to discuss the latest ZAM WSUD news; specifically, recent research showing that multiple turf species deliver effective performance in bioretention systems. That is a big piece in delivering affordable bioretention!
In the episode Simon and Harsha refer to various ZAM WSUD documents available on the Clearwater website. Follow the link in the last sentence to take a look.