Case Study:

Vegetated Swales

Swales are broad, shallow, aesthetically pleasing planted areas designed to slow runoff, promote infiltration, and filter pollutants and sediments in the process of conveying runoff. A typical swale is heavily vegetated, with a dense and diverse selection of native, close-growing, water-resistant plants with high pollutant removal potential.        


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