DayWater - Adaptive decision support system for stormwater pollution control

  • Mikkelsen, Peter Steen (Project Manager)
  • Baun, Anders (Project Participant)
  • Ledin, Anna, Technical University of Denmark (Project Participant)
  • Eriksson, Eva, Technical University of Denmark (Project Participant)
  • Hauger, Mikkel Boye, Technical University of Denmark (Project Participant)

Project Details

Description

Stormwater source control is perceived today as an efficient solution to problems in connection with flooding and pollution of stormwater. However, implementing the best solution remains difficult because the range of possible "best management practices" is vast and individual needs have to be met. The main objective of the DayWater project is to develop a tool for use by stakeholders in urban storm water management. As the decisions are made on various space and time scales (topography and dynamic nature of urban development) the tool has to be adaptive. E&R DTUs major role in the project is to develop methodolodies and tools for hazard and risk assessment of potential stormwater priority pollutants. EC-contract no: EVK1-CT-2002-00111.
AcronymDayWater
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/12/200230/11/2005

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