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SUDSnet International Conference 2012

Multiple Benefits from Surface Water Management

Tuesday 4th September – Pre-Conference PostGraduate Researchers Session

09:40

Ruth Quinn & Alejandro Dussaillant

University of Greenwich

Predicting Pollutant Retention in SUDS, with a Rain Garden Application

10:00

Fredrick Mbanaso et al

Coventry University

Laboratory-based experiments to investigate the impact of glyphosate-containing herbicide on pollution attenuation and biodegradation in a model pervious paving

10:20

Jennifer Mullaney et al

University of the Sunshine Coast

Pervious Paving Systems: Potential Use for Promoting Street Tree Health, Reducing Pavement Damage and Reducing Stormwater Flows

10:40

Georgios Roinas et al

University of Portsmouth

Fate of Hydrocarbon Pollutants in Source and Non-Source Control SUDs Systems

11:20

Craig Lashford et al

Coventry University

Sustainable Drainage Systems: A Sustainable Flood Management Plan?

11:40

Roshni Jose et al

University of Abertay Dundee

Ecosystem Services and Urban Water

12:00

Stewart Fowler et al

Coventry University

Evaluating the Amenity of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems

Keynote

14:05

Prof Bruce K. Ferguson

University of Georgia, USA

Toward Alignment of Stormwater Flow with Urban Space and Value

Session 1 – SUDS & Water Management Planning

14:30

Bridget Woods-Ballard

HR Wallingford

National & British Standards for SUDS – Update on Developments and Current Consultations

14:50

Bronwyn Buntine

Kent County Council

SUDs for All Partners

15:10

Frank Warwick & Sue Charlesworth

Coventry University

Decision Support for SUDS Approval Bodies when Assessing SUDS Feasibility

15:30

Alison Duffy et al

Scottish Water / University of Abertay Dundee

Vesting Public SUDS in Scotland – Effective and Transparent Governance: learning by doing and doing by learning

15:50

Celeste Morgan & Sass Willis

AECOM

Making SABs work in Practice – the Experience of Cambridgeshire

Session 2 - SUDS Design

16:30

Stephen Gibson

Ramboll

Maximising recycling, effective attenuation and multi-stage water treatment - A case example at Mount Vernon Hospital, London

16:50

Stephen Tingle

Tingle Consulting Ltd

Advancing SUDS capital and maintenance works within cross sector multi-lot technical service procurement

17:10

Kiran Tota-Maharaj et al

Coventry University

Exploring the potential of constructed wetlands for low-carbon water-sourced heating, cooling and stormwater reuse

17:30

Floris Boogard, John Blanksby et al

TU Delft / TAUW

Developing new perspectives on approaches to the management of inlets to traditional urban drainage systems

Session 3 – Understanding & Communicating Urban Water Management & Diffuse Pollution Issues

16:30

J. Bryan Ellis et al

Middlesex University

SUDS Modelling for Surface Water Management

16:50

Julian Dawson

The James Hutton Insitute

The CREW project on Urban Diffuse Pollution

17:10

Chris Jefferies et al

University of Abertay Dundee

Watertown – A Computer Game for City Water Planners

Keynote

09:05

Floris Boogard

Tauw

Transnational knowledge exchange on SUDS

Session 4 – SUDS Performance

09:30

L.A. Sanudo-Fontaneda et al

ETSICCP

Laboratory study of the infiltration performance of three surfacing materials used on permeable pavements

09:50

Terry Lucke & Simon Beecham

University of the Sunshine Coast

Field Investigation of Reduction in Infiltration Capacity in a Permeable Pavement System Due to Clogging

10:10

Gordon Rowlands

Carnell

Filter Drains on the UK's high speed road network

Session 5 – SUDS Treatment 1

09:30

Sue Charlesworth et al

Coventry University

Laboratory based experiments to determine the impacts of applying glyphosate-containing herbicide onto a model porous paving rig

09:50

Steve Coupe et al

Coventry University

The impact of glyphosate containing herbicides on the biological properties of permeable pavements

10:10

Lian Lundy et al

Middlesex University

An evaluation of the removal of sediments and associated pollutants by channel drainage systems

Session 6 – SUDS Treatment 2

11:00

Kiran Tota-Maharaj et al

Coventry University

Functionality of Geotextile Membranes within Permeable Pavements for Biodegradation, Infiltration and Water Detention of Concentrated Urban Stormwater Runoff

11:20

Alexandros Tsavdaris et al

University of Portsmouth

An Investigation on the hydraulic and treatment performance of vegetated SuDS systems

11:40

Ian Dalgleish

Atkins Ltd

The real benefit of SUDS: Treatment stages, SUDS efficiency and a review of international monitoring of SUDS

Session 7 – SUDS, Green Infrastructure, Amenity & Ecosystem Services 1

11:00

Lian Lundy et al

Middlesex University

A multi-disciplinary evaluation of an urban rain garden

11:20

Jenny Roe et al

Heriot Watt University

SUDS in Schools: exploring the impact on health, wellbeing and learning in children and young people

11:40

Miguel Fornes-Bonavia_Bachak et al

ETSICCP

Analysis for the implementation of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems in three different locations in Spain

12:00

S. Perales Momparler et al

PMEnginyeria

AQUAVAL : Demonstration SUDS in the Mediterranean region of Valencia

Session 8 – Workshop Session

Session 9 – SUDS, Green Infrastructure, Amenity & Ecosystem Services 2

15:20

Louise Walker & Richard Ashley

University of Leeds

Can UK cities ever become ‘water sensitive’

15:40

Peter Robinson

 AECOM

Green Networks Integrated Urban Infrastructure

16:00

Alison Duffy, D.Bowie et al

Greenleaf / University of Abertay Dundee

SUDS and Trees – Integrating landscaping and surface water strategies

16:20

Celeste Morgan & Louise Clarke

AECOM

Bringing Water Sensitive Urban Design to the UK

Session 10 – Future Developments in SUDS

16:40

Paul Shaffer

CIRIA / SUDSDRAIN

SUDS and the Future

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