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Title:Chapter 6.4.5 BMP Rain Garden Bioretention.pdf
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  • Pennsylvania Stormwater Best Management Practices Manual Chapter 6 BMP 6.4.5: Rain Garden/Bioretention A Rain Garden (also called Bioretention) is an excavated shallow surface depression planted with specially selected native vegetation to treat and capture runoff.
  • The plants take up pollutants; the soil medium filters out pollutants and allows storage and infiltration of stormwater runoff; and the bed provides additional volume control.
  • Planting soil/volume storage bed Provides water/nutrients to plants Enhances biological activity and encourages root growth Provides storage of stormwater by the voids within the soil particles 363-0300-002 / December 30, 2006 Page 51 of 257 ...
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