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Infiltration Cell–biofilm

Did you know we have biofilm in our infiltration pond? The biofilm is part of the rock chamber.  The rock chamber is the base of our infiltration cell although we previously called it an infiltration pond. A perforated tile was put into our cell. This was surrounded with several inches of  1″ clear wash rock. […]

December 29, 2010 · sschulte · No Comments
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Infiltration Pond

What are you studying in school? Or what did you study? Ever consider how your sciences are important when it rains? One of the concerns about the library property is the management of the storm water. This is important because it can help get us one LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) point. Credit […]

November 4, 2009 · sschulte · No Comments
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