About the Webinar
SQIDEP (Stormwater Quality Enhancement Mechanism Assessment Procedure) represents a list of critical factors for confirming the abilities and effectiveness of stormwater mechanisms. An industry-normal developed during five years by Stormwater Australia, the innovative scheme was taken up in 2018.
Creating a standard for stormwater is a segment of a sustainable future and guaranteeing better water quality results. SQIDEP aids in making better evaluations when appraising feasible possessions for your on-site requirements.
Led by Robert Chesterfield (NSW Team Leader) and Dr Darren Drapper (Head Engineer and Manager of Drapper Environmental Advisors) of SPEL, this online seminar will analyze the techniques by which SQIDEP validates the data and contamination reduction requirements for stormwater mechanisms.
With an increase in the need for stormwater resources, it is vital that contamination reduction and water quality results satisfy industry regulations. SQIDEP is a normalized approach to proving the performance of stormwater mechanisms- and helps to establish suitable guidelines for the dependability, completeness, and consistency of the data that backs up stormwater mechanisms.
SPELFilter recently received authorization through the SQIDEP method and has passed the rigid examinations and performance capacity evaluations by autonomous third parties. It joins SPEL’s series of accepted mechanisms such as SPELBasin and Hydrochannel.