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  • Pennsylvania Stormwater Best Management Practices Manual Chapter 6 BMP 6.4.10: Infiltration Berm & Retentive Grading An Infiltration Berm is a mound of compacted earth with sloping sides that is usually located along a con s.
  • Applications • Meadow/Woodland Infiltration Berms Infiltration Berms effectively control both the rate and volume of stormwater runoff.
  • Constructed Wetland Berms Berms are often utilized within constructed wetland systems in order to create elongated flow pathways with a variety of water Design Considerations 1.
  • Sizing criteria are dependent on berm function, location and storage volume requirements.
  • Berms he top of the berm is smoothly convex and the toes of the ...
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