Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science & Mathematics


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Project: Attenuation of the potential impacts of copper roof runoff by stormwater best management practices

Summary: Copper materials have been used in exterior architecture for many centuries because copper is durable, long-lasting and aesthetically appealing.  Recently, regulatory actions have been introduced to address allowable concentrations of metals and other contaminants in stormwater runoff to protect the environment and aquatic organisms, primarily in west coast communities.  To ensure that building design and operation do not place owners and property managers at risk of violating regulatory requirements, a close look at on-site design and stormwater treatment practices is necessary.

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