Bioretention cells are depressions in the landscape that capture stormwater before it can enter waterways. Stormwater is collected and percolated back down into the ground where it is filtered through a media or “bioretention soil.” The performance criteria sought in all bioretention soils include:
- High percolation rates to prevent surface ponding over 48 hours.
- Large capacity to sequester pollutants as water percolates through.
- Support for the growth of plant populations.
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Our precision blended bioretention soil provides these performance characteristics.