Stormwater ManagementBecomes an important issue. Until 2020 another 1 billion people will live in cities (UN/ DESA 2003). The increase of urban areas forces to give high priority to decentralized measures of rainwater retention and new strategies in water supply and wastewater management. Although in the natural landscape most precipitation is evaporated or transpired, in urban areas, evapotranspiration is greatly decreased and rainwater is instead swiftly directed into the sewer system and to receiving water bodies. The Institute of Physics Building is not connected to rainwater sewers, as one main goal of the decentralized rainwater harvesting is a retention of rainwater in order to reduce storm water flows into sewer systems.
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Innolet-G is a cartridge and filter media system to treat stormwater runoff from traffi cked surface areas from typical pollutants such as heavy metals (zinc, cadmium,copper, lead), hydrocarbons, PAHs and phosphates.
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D-Rainclean consists of plastic elements 50 x 40 x 37 cm filled with a Filter-Media which is part of the system. This Filter-Media cleans therainwater by filtration, adsorption and inclusion, ion exchange, precipitation and biodegradation as required by the high legal demands of the soil and water protection.
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The D-Raintank The effective infiltration trench with multiple possibilities In addition to the use for catchment of water from roofed - or trafficked- areas, the D-Raintank may be used in new residential areas, industrial plants, sports grounds etc. as soakaway. Its capacity to store water and gradually release it can be used for the irrigation of parks and trees.