Rainwater tanks reference list by runout

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									Mitchell, G., Mein, R., McMahon, T. December 1999. The reuse potential of urban
stormwater and wastewater. Industry Report, Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment
Hydrology, 99/14.
Reuse – extent, projects, guidelines, factors affecting reuse potential, Aquacycle model
simulations

Welch, P., David, J., Clarke, W., Trinidade, A., Penner, D., Bernstein, S., McDougall, L.
and Adesiyun, A. A. 2000. Microbial quality of water in rural communities of Trinidad.
Pan Am J Puplic Health 8(3): 172-180.
Microbial quality of water supply to households and that quality’s relationship to source
and storage device in Trinidad.

Ariyananda, T. 1999. Rainwater harvesting for domestic use in Sri Lanka. 25th WEDC
Conference, Integrated Development for Water Supply and Sanitation, Addis Ababa,
Ethiopia, 1999.
Rainwater harvesting in the Community Water Supply and Sanitation project, economics
of different options, user pattern and durability, water quality, advantages and
disadvantages of collected rainwater in Sri Lanka.

Fletcher, T. D., Deletic, A. B. and Hatt, B. E. January 2004. A review of stormwater
sensitive urban design in Australia. Report of the Australian Water Conservation and
Reuse Research Program, a joint initiative of CSIRO and AWA, ISBN 0 643 09183 1.
Stormwater Reuse (does not specifically address rainwater harvesting).

Coombes, P. J., Frost, A., Kuczera, G., O’Loughlin, G. and Lees, S. Rainwater tank
options for stormwater management in the Upper Parramatta River catchment.
It investigates with a continuous simulation approach the extent to which rainwater tanks
reduce the amount of on-site stormwater detention storage required.

Coombes, P. J., Argue, J. R. and Kuczera, G. Figtree Place: A case study in water
sensitive urban development (WSUD)
Rainwater tanks as part of WSUD, water quality, water savings, feasibility and runoff
retention.

Coles, N. 2004. Designing for reliable water supplies. Farmnote No. 72/2004,
Department of Agriculture, Government of Western Australia.
Raintank system, domestic water supply, crop spraying, water quality.

Mitchell, C. A., Turner, A., Cordell, D., Fane, S. and White, S. 2004. Water conservation
is dead: long live water conservation. 2nd IWA Leading-Edge Conference on
Sustainability in Water-Limited Environments. Sydney, 8-10 November.
http://www.isf.uts.edu.au/whatsnew/IWAconf.pdf
[17 May, 2005]
Water conservation, demand management, levelised cost, least cost planning.
Kellogg Brown & Root Pty Ltd. July 2004. Stormwater harvesting and use, Part B.
Report prepared for the Metropolitan Adelaide Stormwater Management Steering
Committee, AEV 400-C-REP-004-Rev.0.
Harvesting scheme performance and land requirements (raintanks), costs and benefits,
opportunities and impediments to optimising stormwater harvesting and use.

Coombes, P. J., Kuczera, G. amd Kalma, J. D. Economic, water quantity and quality
results from a house with a rainwater tank in the inner city.
Examination of the design, construction and performance of the dual water supply system
at a Maryville house, rainwater tank, dual water supply, bacteria, chemicals, costs.

Krajewski, W. F., Kruger, A. and Nespor, V. Experimental and numerical studies of
small-scale rainfall measurements and variability.
Rainfall measurements

Coombes, P., Donovan, I. and Cameron, C. 1999. Water Sensitive Urban Development:
Implementation issues for the Lower Hunter and Central Coast. Lake Macquarie City
Council, Speers Point, on behalf of the Lower Hunter and Central Coast Environmental
Management Strategy.
Water sensitive elements (rainwater tank), physical context, policy and planning context,
design and management practices, implementation issues.

Coombes, P., Frost, A. and Kuczera, G. 2001. Draft report Impact of Rainwater Tank and
On-site Detention Options on Stormwater Management for the UPRCT by Newcastle
University.

Storm Consulting Pty Ltd, August 2003, Water Sensitive Urban Design at Mary’s Mount,
Goulburn. Report prepared for Goulburn City Council.
Rainwater tanks, performance, configuration, good practice, rainwater for drinking
purposes, PURRS modelling, the effects of rainwater tanks on reducing peak flows,
WUFFS sub-catchment modelling, costs.

National Environmental Health Forum. 1998. Guidance on the use of rainwater tanks.

Coombes, P. J. 2002. Rainwater Tanks Revisited: New opportunities for urban water
cycle management. Doctor of Philosophy Thesis, University of Newcastle, Newcastle.

Water Services Association of Australia. 2002. Integrated Rainwater Tank Systems – A
supplement to the Water Supply Code of Australia WSA03-2002, ISBN 1 920760 09 1.
Design, hydraulic design, on property design, performance monitoring and maintenance
requirements.

Coombes, P. J., Kuczera, G., Argue, J. R. and Kalma, J. 1999. Water supply resilience
resulting from implementation of WSUD source control measures. Unpublished paper,
Department of Civil, Surveying and Environmental Engineering, University of
Newcastle.
Coombes, P. J., Kuczera, G., Argue, J. R. and Kalma, J. 1999. Water quality results from
supply to hot water systems from rainwater tanks. Unpublished paper, Department of
Civil, Surveying and Environmental Engineering, University of Newcastle.

Coombes, P. J., Kuczera, G., Argue, J. R., Cosgrove, F., Arthur, D., Brdgeman, H. and
Enright, K. 1999. Design, monitoring and performance of the water sensitive urban
redevelopment at Figtree Place in Newcastle. Proc. Urban Storm Drainage, Sydney.

Coombes, P. J., Kuczera, G., Argue J. J. and Argue, J. R. 1998. Water Sensitive
Redevelopment: The “Figtree Place” Experiment. Proc. Hydrastorm 98 Symposium,
Adelaide, The Institution of Engineers, Australia.

Ayers, G. P., Leong Chow Peng, Gillett, R. W. and Lim Sze Fook. 2002. Rainwater
composition and acidity at five sites in Malaysia, in 1996. Water, Air and Soil Pollution
133: 15-30.

Glist, D. 2005. Rainwater down the toilet. Pollution Engineering 37(4): 40-42.
Case study from Portland.

_. 2005. Sustainable Home. Environmental Design and Construction 8(3):67-70.
Case studies from the US.

Menzies, M. and Paterson, G. 2005. Modelling the performance of spatially-distributed
on-site stormwater management devices in Auckland City. Proceedings of the 4th South
Pacific Conference on Stormwater and Aquatic Resource Protection, 4-6 May 2005,
Auckland, NZ.
Testing the performance of multiple on-site devices (such as rain tanks and rain gardens)
spread throughout a catchment in different patterns (e.g. uniformly spread, concentrated
in lower, and/or mid and/or upper) with MIKE STORM software package.

Tian, F., Stumbles, C., Stone, C., Wallace, I. And Nagels, P. Proper operation and
maintenance – The key to success of on-site stormwater management devices.
Proceedings of the 4th South Pacific Conference on Stormwater and Aquatic Resource
Protection, 4-6 May 2005, Auckland, NZ.
Operating issues – implementation of consent conditions, a proper register of OSM
devices on private land, private and collective responsibilities, operation and
maintenance guidelines, inspections, enforcement and pilot study.

Nagels, P. 2005. Raintanks in an urban setting – radical, real or revolution? Proceedings
of the 4th South Pacific Conference on Stormwater and Aquatic Resource Protection, 4-6
May 2005, Auckland, NZ.
Evolution of raintank policy and installations in North Shore City.

Vesely, E-T., Heijs, J., Stumbles, C. and Kettle, D. 2005. The economics of low impact
stormwater management in practice – Glencourt Place. Proceedings of the 4th South
Pacific Conference on Stormwater and Aquatic Resource Protection, 4-6 May 2005,
Auckland, NZ.
Comparison of the low impact (raintanks) and conventional approaches to stormwater
management at Glencourt Place based on life cycle costing.

Mark-Brown, N., Menzies, M., Feeney, C. amd Pandey, S. 2005. The NZWERF /
Ministry for the Environment On-Site Stormwater Management Guideline: Approach and
institutional and information barriers to wider use of on site stormwater devices.
Proceedings of the 4th South Pacific Conference on Stormwater and Aquatic Resource
Protection, 4-6 May 2005, Auckland, NZ.
On-site versus catchment-wide measures, site physical conditions, source control,
selection process, on-going operation and maintenance.

Pandey, S., Nagels. P. and Vale, R. 2005. Low-impact systems in neighbourhood
developments for stormwater management. Proceedings of the 4th South Pacific
Conference on Stormwater and Aquatic Resource Protection, 4-6 May 2005, Auckland,
NZ.
Case studies (raintanks) from North Shore City

								
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