Current WSUD research improving infrastructure performance
In this session Mitcham Council’s Sustainable Infrastructure Engineer will present results of recent field-based research which show:
- tree root damage to pavements can be reduced by
using pervious paving
- reactive soil movement can be reduced through
infiltration using TREENET Inlets and pervious paving
- TREENET Inlets can increase evapotranspiration rates
in urban trees to help moderate urban heat islands
Your presenter will be Dr Tim Johnson, Mitcham Council’s Sustainable Infrastructure Engineer.
This free online session will be held at 4.00pm on Tuesday October 27 via Zoom. You are asked to log in from 3.50pm to help ensure a prompt 4.00pm start. We look forward to virtually seeing you all there!
NB The zoom link will be provided in the email reminders sent prior to the event.