Kerb SPACE™ Inlet are an emerging Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) system that harvest stormwater runoff. Kerb SPACE™ Inlet systems are cost effective, sensitive to existing infrastructure and are a low maintenance option for councils to implement.
The infiltration system is an integral part of the Kerb SPACE™ Inlet systems. By directing the ‘first flush’ of stormwater into the soil, urban pollutants are locked up-in situ where are broken down by soil-borne organisms to become nutrients for trees and plant.
The SAEPA has approved SPACE as a filter medium in stormwater infiltration systems that receive runoff from streets via Kerb SPACE™ Inlet systems. It’s currently only available in South Australia.
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Kerb SPACE™ Inlet System have proven to be a very powerful mechanism in terms of delivering a better coexistence of trees within suburbia. The application serves as functional, non-intrusive and cost effective as it provides a life line to not only the trees, but also to the infrastructure that surrounds.