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Best Management Practice Fact Sheet. 11, Wet Swale

Sample, David J.; Fox, Laurie J.; Hendrix, Carol;
Open Access English
  • Published: 09 Sep 2013
  • Publisher: Virginia Cooperative Extension
  • Country: United States
A dry swale is a shallow, gently sloping channel with broad, vegetated side slopes. Water flow is slowed by a series of check dams. A dry swale provides temporary storage, filtration, and infiltration of stormwater runoff. they should remain dry during periods of no rainfall. It is a BMP designed to reduce pollution runoff reduction and pollutant removal and is part of a site's stormwater treatment practice. Revised P 426-129
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