One of the first WSUD systems with a fauna corridor in Denmark is located in Bækrenden near Vallensbæk Landsby and it was laid out in 2005.
The overflow from a sewer system into a watercourse should contain as few substances as possible.
Flow control of drainage is increasingly common.This is evidenced by many developments in residential areas.There is not enough capacity to handle runoff water from new plots.
Enormous water volumes are controllable using a double baffle.
When an industrial zone is enlarged, it will often include large buildings and multiple car parks.The increase in paved areas increases the need to collect rainwater.
In the centre of Randers, residents had been plagued by periodic flooding caused by capacity problems in the area's sewers.
Maglekilden is a small underground spring which emerges behind Roskilde Cathedral. Its water flow is 10-20 l/s.
Randers Shopping Centre is built on former farmland and has 1800 parking spaces distributed over 8.5 hectares of outdoor areas.
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