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Constructed stormwater wetland at F. X. Browne, Inc. headquarters in Lansdale, PA. http://www.fxbrowne.com

Constructed stormwater wetland at F. X. Browne, Inc. headquarters in Lansdale, PA. http://www.fxbrowne.com

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    • Using Constructed Wetlands to Filter Parking Lot Stormwater Runoff Designed by F. X. Browne, Inc. Funded by the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary
    • F. X. Browne, Inc. Constructed Stormwater Wetland Project
      • Location : 1101 South Broad Street, Lansdale, PA
      • Cost : $5,000 grant from the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, $3,000 in-kind services from F. X. Browne, Inc.
      • Construction time : Less than two weeks
      • Wetland Design : Native plantings, reconstructed channel designed to slow stormwater flows, wetland vegetation to filter out stormwater pollutants.
    • Before Construction – Original Stormwater Detention Basin
    • Construction Begins
    • Wetland flow path is re-graded to slow stormwater, improving filtration Wetland soil is added to support plantings
    • New Wetland After Planting
    • One Month After Installation
    • Ten Months After Installation (Spring)
    • One Year After Installation
    • Completed Wetland
    • Parking lot runoff