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Not all SuDS are created equal: Impact of different approaches on Combined Sewer Overflows
Sustainable urban drainage systems (SuDS) help in stormwater management by reducing runoff volume, increasing runoff concentration time and thereby improving the drainage system capacity. This study investigated the potential and cost-effectiveness of SuDS in reducing combined sewer overflows (CSOs). We simulated the performance of four SuDS techniques (bioretention cell, permeable pavement, rain barrel and green roof) at incremental levels of spatial coverage for a small urban catchment with adoi:10.1016/j.watres.2020.116780 pmid:33422977 fatcat:ufdq3ry4mrag7nn43275r5rdvi