Posted in Events by Clearwater on August 12th, 2009
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Raingardens Essentials Training Course
Raingardens are an effective small scale stormwater treatment option. They remove heavy metals, phosphorous and nitrogen from stormwater, reducing pollutant loads to our rivers and bays.
This 3/4 day workshop provides detailed guidance on the design and construction of raingardens and biofilters. The workshop covers site analysis, design, materials selection, contract management of construction and maintenance to ensure project success.
The workshop is appropriate for people who plan and manage the urban built environment (streetscape, carpark and parkland elements) who are looking for ways to utilise stormwater and improve the quality of run off stormwater.
Date: August 20
By the end of this session you will:
- Understand design criteria for rain gardens and how they work
- Know correct specification for materials for use in rain garden filters
- Understand how good project management can help avoid common pitfalls
- Know how to maintain the system
Ideal for planners, architects, builders, landscape designers, site supervisors, horticultural staff, asset managers and environment officers.
Cost (Government): $215.00 (incl GST)
Cost (Others): $260.00 (incl GST)
You can book your place in any of Clearwater’s training courses by contacting Kelly McDonough at (03) 9235 5335 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively click here to download a registration form.