The main target of the PhD activity was to develop an integrated study of the water pollution and treatment bound to the storm water washoff to the receiving water bodies. The work performed by the Department of Chemistry, Physics and Environment of the University of Udine and other public and private companies interested to the PhD topics.
During the study a series of field applications were forecasted with territorial applications by wastewater treatment plants as well as in urban and industrial areas. The aim of the work was twofold: a first intention was to deep topics bound to the pollution of stormwater runoffs with ecotoxicological evaluations and a second objective was to develop a treatment plant designing tool to decrease this pollution impacts on receiving rivers.
The PhD work led to a new form to characterize and treat pollution from runoff waters, further decisional instruments to limit pollution impacts has been studied in order to support territorial pollution prevention and protection.
- M. Trigatti , R. Perin , M. Nicolini , D. Goi, “Preliminary Analysis of stormwater runoff and pollutant washoff in an industrial district”, Prooceedings of 13th Specialized Conference on Watershed and River Basin Management, 9-12 September 2014, San Francisco (USA).
- M. Trigatti , R. Perin , M. Nicolini , D. Goi, “Quality stormwater modeling in small suburban catchments: a case study” Prooceedings of International Conference on Sustainable Water Management; 29 November to 3 December 2015 at Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia.
- M. Trigatti , R. Perin , M. Nicolini , D. Goi, “Using EPA-SWMM in quality stormwater modeling: calibration and design strategies”. In: M.R. Boni, P. Sirini, A. Chiavola, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, P. Viotti, A. Rossi. Book of Abstracts, (2016), X International Symposium on Sanitary and Environmental Engineering, SIDISA 2016. Rome, 19-23/06/2016, 145, ISBN: 978-88-496-391-1.
- M.Trigatti, R. Perin, M. Nicolini, D. Goi, “Stormwater quantity and quality for sustainable management of runoff in an industrial district. Preliminary analysis and modelling of first foul flush effect”, Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST), Vol. 3 Issue 7, July – 2016; ISSN: 2458-9403. (http://www.jmest.org/vol-3-issue-7-july-2016/)