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    • flow control and WQ treatment performance of a residential LID pilot project in south Puget Sound
      Topics
      project background
      flow control performance
      modeling projections
      water quality at point of compliance
      Curtis Hinman
      WSU Extension Faculty, Watershed Ecologist
      chinman@wsu.edu
    • Meadow on the Hylebos: project background
      Project initiated in 2002.
      Partnership among local government, designer, owner and developer for planning and construction.
      WSU lead and developed funds for monitoring.
      Approximately 5 years to complete planning, construction and monitoring.
      Monitoring program was generously supported by:
      The Russell Family Foundation
      Washington State Department of Ecology
      Pierce County Advanced Planning
      Water Environment Research Foundation
    • Project Goals
      Design an integrated low impact development system that more closely mimics native hydrologic function to protect adjacent stream values, enhance groundwater recharge, as well as construct an affordable and livable neighborhood.
      Monitoring Objectives
      Determine if project meets flow control standards.
      Flow control standard: match peak flow and flow durations for pre-development pasture condition from 50% of the 2-year peak flow up to the full 50-year peak flow.
      Determine flow control performance for individual basins and water budgets for individual LID techniques.
      Assess general stormwater runoff quality for project as a whole at point-of-compliance.
      Develop highly accurate instrumentation and sound data.
    • Soil Types and Infiltration Rates
      Results from pit infiltration tests
      Pit 1: 0.76 cm/hr
      Soils: fine silt loams overlaying till, with occasional gravelly, sandy loam post glacial meltwater layers. Total relief ~30 m, slopes 5-20%.
      Pit 2: 0.0 cm/hr
      Pit 3: 6.35 cm/hr
    • LID features include
      Bioretention swales along road ROW.
      Permeable concrete road shoulders and parking.
      Compost amended soils and sloped biodetention.
      “LID light”.
    • Overall Precipitation and Flow Volumes
      Total on site precipitation
      (avg.): 651.25 mm
      Average annual (WRCC): 989.33 mm
    • Precipitation and Flow Response Volume Summary
      Total precipitation volume is the product of contributing area and total precipitation depth minus ET.
      POC contributing area = 2.1 ha, dispersion slope contributing area = 2.3 ha .
      Total precipitation on site (Avg.): 651.25 mm.
    • Bioretention Swales Precipitation and Flow Volumes
    • Precipitation and Flow Response Volume Summary
      Total precipitation volume is the product of contributing area and total precipitation depth minus ET.
      Bioretention swale contributing area = 0.31 ha.
      Total precipitation on site (Avg.): 651.25 mm.
      Ratio of bioretention area to contributing area: ~10%
    • Modeling
      Objectives
      Modeling of post-construction performance.
      Evaluate forested and pasture pre-developed conditions.
      Design feedback for facility and modeling.
      Methods
      WWHM3 Professional Version.
      Rainfall
      Onsite data.
      Local, long-term rainfall data.
    • Swales Station 6: Flow Duration Results
    • Dispersion Slope Station 7: Flow Duration Results
    • Water Quality Treatment
      Meadow on the Hylebos Sample Results for Metals with Comparative Studies.
      *National Urban Runoff Program (residential land use)
      **National Stormwater Quality Database (residential land use)
      Hardness: 110/74 (mg/L as calcium carbonate) for project samples
      Project sample: one number reported if both sampling events the same,12/02/07 sample and /2/6/08 sample reported if different.
    • Summary
      Project exceeded design objectives and met forested duration standard in 0.3 ha sub-basin (7 homes with 3 bioretention areas).
      Project exceeded design objectives and met forested duration standard where stormwater is dispersed to Hylebos Creek (bottom of dispersion slope).
      Project exceeded design objectives and met forested duration standard at POC with lined bioretention area included in modeling scenarios.
      Total and dissolved metals at POC at non-detect and significantly lower than typical concentrations.
      The LID applications appear to be robust.
    • Thanks
      Curtis Hinman
      WSU Extension Faculty, Watershed Ecologist
      chinman@wsu.edu
    • Precipitation Summary (mm)
      Total precipitation on site (avg.): 651.25 mm
      Average annual (WRCC): 989.33 mm
    • Monitoring Products
      Verify flow control objectives.
      General water balance.
      Detailed bioretention flow control performance.
      Peak flow reduction.
      Sloped biodetention flow control performance and water balance.
      Permeable concrete infiltration over time.
      Partition bioretention surface and under-drain flow).
      Soil water content related to flow control performance.
      General water quality assessment at POC.
    • POC Station 2: Flow Duration Results
    • Model Layout, Inputs and Assumptions
      Start with detailed, accurate subbasin delineation!
      Infiltration rates from 3 pit tests; 0 to 2.5 in/hr.
      Bioretention soil mix
      Infiltration rate = 4 in/hr.
      Porosity = 35%.
      Depth 1.5 ft.
    • Modeling Overview
      Objectives
      Modeling of post-construction performance.
      Evaluate forested and pasture pre-developed conditions.
      Design feedback.
      Methods
      WWHM3 Professional Version.
      Rainfall
      Onsite data.
      Local, long-term rainfall data.
      Dispersion of roof runoff on lawns  lateral flow to grass.
      Permeable pavement  gravel infiltration trench.
      Engineered bioretention slope  lateral flow to pasture.
    • 11 Monitoring wells
      (5-6) Catch-basin
      (4) Under-drain flow
      (1) Weather station
      (7) Final dispersion area
      (2) Point of compliance