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  • C. PWD Stormwater Regulations | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Athletic Fields 3 5 6 Roof Runoff Isolation Back to Chapters 4 0 Introduction 4 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media Filter Components 4 9 3 Media Filter Design Standards 4 9 4 Media Filter Material Standards 4 9 5 Media Filter Construction Guidance 4 9 6 Media Filter Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 10 1 Pretreatment Introduction 4 10 2 Berms and

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  • D. Watershed Maps | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media Filter Components 4 9 3 Media Filter Design Standards 4 9 4 Media Filter Material Standards 4 9 5 Media Filter Construction Guidance 4 9 6 Media Filter Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 10 1 Pretreatment Introduction 4 10 2 Berms and Retentive Grading 4 10 3 Filter Strips 4 10 4 Forebays 4 10 5 Swales Back to

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  • E. Plan and Report Checklists | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Out 3 5 4 Trails 3 5 5 Athletic Fields 3 5 6 Roof Runoff Isolation Back to Chapters 4 0 Introduction 4 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media Filter Components 4 9 3 Media Filter Design Standards 4 9 4 Media Filter Material Standards 4 9 5 Media Filter Construction Guidance 4 9 6 Media Filter Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 10

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  • G. Worksheets and Infiltration Waiver | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Building Development 3 5 2 Residential Multi Family Development 3 5 3 Full Build Out 3 5 4 Trails 3 5 5 Athletic Fields 3 5 6 Roof Runoff Isolation Back to Chapters 4 0 Introduction 4 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media Filter Components 4 9 3 Media Filter Design Standards 4 9 4 Media Filter Material Standards 4 9 5 Media Filter Construction

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  • H. Infiltration Testing Log | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    2 Storm Sewer Design Requirements 3 4 3 Calculation Methods and Design Tools Back to Chapter 3 3 5 1 Commercial Office Building Development 3 5 2 Residential Multi Family Development 3 5 3 Full Build Out 3 5 4 Trails 3 5 5 Athletic Fields 3 5 6 Roof Runoff Isolation Back to Chapters 4 0 Introduction 4 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media

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  • I. Landscape Guidance | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Construction Issues Back to Chapter 5 5 3 1 Construction Certification Package 5 3 2 Record Drawings Back to Chapters 6 0 Introduction 6 1 Operations and Maintenance 6 2 Stormwater Management Practice Inspection Guidance 6 3 Stormwater Credits Program Back to Chapter 6 6 1 1 Maintenance Requirements for Property Owners 6 1 2 Operations and Maintenance Agreements Back to Chapter 6 6 2 1 PWD Inspections and Enforcement 6 2 2 Property Owner Inspections Back to Chapters Appendix Index A Glossary B Abbreviations C PWD Stormwater Regulations D Watershed Maps E Plan and Report Checklists F Design Guidance Checklists G Worksheets and Infiltration Waiver H Infiltration Testing Log I Landscape Guidance J Construction Certification Package K Record Drawing Sample Back to Appendices Table E 1 General Plan Sheet Requirements Table E 2 Existing Conditions Plan Requirements Table E 3 Conceptual Stormwater Management Plan Requirements Table E 4 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Requirements Table E 5 Standard Erosion and Sediment Control Notes Table E 6 Standard Sequence of Construction Notes Table E 7 Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan Report Requirements Table E 8 Record Drawing Requirements Back to Appendices F 1 Stormwater Regulation Compliance F 2 Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan F 3 Erosion and Sediment Control F 4 Disconnected Impervious Cover F 5 Infiltration Testing and Soil Assessment F 6 Hydrologic Model and Calculation Methods F 7 Bioinfiltration Bioretention F 8 Porous Pavement F 9 Green Roofs F 10 Subsurface Infiltration F 11 Cisterns F 12 Blue Roofs F 13 Ponds and Wet Basins F 14 Subsurface Detention F 15 Media Filters F 16 Pretreatment F 17 Inlet Controls F 18 Outlet Controls Back to Chapters Download Full Manual 80 mb Download Appendices 44 mb Download Landscape Guidance I Landscape Guidance Native plant species are recommended over exotic foreign species because they are well adapted to local climate conditions This will result in less replacement and maintenance while supporting the local ecology A list of herbaceous trees shrubs and plants native to Philadelphia and Pennsylvania and suitable for planting in stormwater management facilities are included in Table I 1 The list is intended as a guide for general planting purposes and planning considerations Knowledgeable landscape designers and nursery suppliers may provide additional information for considering specific conditions for successful plant establishment and accounting for the variable nature of stormwater hydrology Because individual plants often have unique growing requirements difficult to convey in a general listing it will be necessary to perform additional research to obtain specific information on the plant species proposed in order to ensure successful plant establishment Table I 1 lists native and recommended plants trees shrubs and grasses and is organized by Type and Latin name Additional information given for each species includes Common name National Wetland Indicator Status hydrologic zone inundation tolerance drought tolerance salt tolerance mature canopy spread mature height light requirements nativity commercial availability and notes to provide guidance for application and selection For example some trees are well suited to landscaped areas that will receive stormwater runoff while others may not tolerate the additional moisture National Wetland Indicator Status The National Wetland Indicator Status from Region 1 Reed 1988 has been included to show the estimated probability of a species occurring in wetlands versus non wetlands Reed 1988 Reed defines the indicator categories as follows Obligate wetland OBL Plants which nearly always more than 99 of the time occur in wetlands under natural conditions Facultative Wetland FACW Plants which usually occur in wetlands from 67 to 99 of the time but occasionally are found in non wetlands Facultative FAC Plants which are equally likely to occur in wetlands and non wetlands and are found in wetlands from 34 to 66 of the time Facultative Upland FACU Plants which usually occur in non wetlands from 67 to 99 of the time but occasionally are found in wetlands Upland UPL Plants which almost always more than 99 of the time occur in non wetlands under natural conditions A given indicator status shown with a or a means that the species is more or less often found in wetlands than other plants with the same indicator status without the or designation Hydrologic Zones For planting within a stormwater management practice SMP it is necessary to determine what hydrologic zones will be created within the SMP Hydrologic zones describe the degree to which an area is inundated by water see Figure 4 1 3 for an example of hydrologic zones in a bioinfiltration bioretention basin Plants have differing tolerances to inundation and as an aid to landscape designers these tolerance levels have been divided into six zones and corresponding appropriate plant species have been identified In Table I 1 each plant species has a corresponding hydrologic zone provided to indicate the most suitable planting location for successful establishment While the most common zones for planting are listed in parentheses the listing of additional zones indicates that a plant may survive over a broad range of hydrologic conditions Just as plants may on occasion be found outside of their hardiness zone they may also be found outside of their hydrologic zone Additionally hydrologic conditions in an SMP may fluctuate in unpredictable ways thus the use of plants capable of tolerating wide varieties of hydrologic conditions greatly increases a successful planting Conversely plants suited for specific hydrologic conditions may perish when hydrologic conditions fluctuate thus exposing the soil and increasing the chance for erosion Inundation Tolerance Since the Wetland Indicator Status alone does not provide an indication of the depth or duration of flooding that a plant will tolerate the Inundation Tolerance column is designed to provide further guidance If a plant is capable of withstanding permanent saturation the depth of this saturation is listed for example saturated indicates the soil can be moist at all times sat 0 6 indicates that the species can survive in constantly moist soil conditions with up to six inches of standing water Conversely a plant may only tolerate seasonal

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  • J. Construction Certification Package | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Build Out 3 5 4 Trails 3 5 5 Athletic Fields 3 5 6 Roof Runoff Isolation Back to Chapters 4 0 Introduction 4 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media Filter Components 4 9 3 Media Filter Design Standards 4 9 4 Media Filter Material Standards 4 9 5 Media Filter Construction Guidance 4 9 6 Media Filter Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4

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  • K. Record Drawing Sample | Philadelphia Water Stormwater Plan Review
    Development 3 5 2 Residential Multi Family Development 3 5 3 Full Build Out 3 5 4 Trails 3 5 5 Athletic Fields 3 5 6 Roof Runoff Isolation Back to Chapters 4 0 Introduction 4 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention 4 2 Porous Pavement 4 3 Green Roofs 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration 4 5 Cisterns 4 6 Blue Roofs 4 7 Ponds and Wet Basins 4 8 Subsurface Detention 4 9 Media Filters 4 10 Pretreatment 4 11 Inlet Controls 4 12 Outlet Controls Back to Chapter 4 4 0 1 How to Use This Chapter 4 0 2 Chapter Organization 4 0 3 Design Innovation Back to Chapter 4 4 1 1 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Introduction 4 1 2 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Components 4 1 3 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Design Standards 4 1 4 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Material Standards 4 1 5 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Construction Guidance 4 1 6 Bioinfiltration Bioretention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 2 1 Porous Pavement Introduction 4 2 2 Porous Pavement Components 4 2 3 Porous Pavement Design Standards 4 2 4 Porous Pavement Material Standards 4 2 5 Porous Pavement Construction Guidance 4 2 6 Porous Pavement Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 3 1 Green Roof Introduction 4 3 2 Green Roof Components 4 3 3 Green Roof Design Standards 4 3 4 Green Roof Material Standards 4 3 5 Green Roof Construction Guidance 4 3 6 Green Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 4 1 Subsurface Infiltration Introduction 4 4 2 Subsurface Infiltration Components 4 4 3 Subsurface Infiltration Design Standards 4 4 4 Subsurface Infiltration Material Standards 4 4 5 Subsurface Infiltration Construction Guidance 4 4 6 Subsurface Infiltration Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 5 1 Cistern Introduction 4 5 2 Cistern Components 4 5 3 Cistern Design Standards 4 5 4 Cistern Material Standards 4 5 5 Cistern Construction Guidance 4 5 6 Cistern Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 6 1 Blue Roof Introduction 4 6 2 Blue Roof Components 4 6 3 Blue Roof Design Standards 4 6 4 Blue Roof Material Standards 4 6 5 Blue Roof Construction Guidance 4 6 6 Blue Roof Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 7 1 Pond and Wet Basin Introduction 4 7 2 Pond and Wet Basin Components 4 7 3 Pond and Wet Basin Design Standards 4 7 4 Pond and Wet Basin Material Standards 4 7 5 Pond and Wet Basin Construction Guidance 4 7 6 Pond and Wet Basin Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 8 1 Subsurface Detention Introduction 4 8 2 Subsurface Detention Components 4 8 3 Subsurface Detention Design Standards 4 8 4 Subsurface Detention Material Standards 4 8 5 Subsurface Detention Construction Guidance 4 8 6 Subsurface Detention Maintenance Guidance Back to Chapter 4 4 9 1 Media Filter Introduction 4 9 2 Media Filter Components 4 9 3 Media Filter Design Standards 4 9 4 Media Filter Material Standards 4 9 5 Media Filter Construction Guidance

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