You are hereHome › Hal Marcus College of Science & Engineering (CSE) › Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences › Liebens, Johan › Contamination of Sediments in Street Sweepings and Stormwater Systems Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Liebens, J. (2001). Contamination of Sediments in Street Sweepings and Stormwater Systems: Pollutant Composition and Sediment Reuse Options. Download PDF Contamination of Sediments in Street Sweepings and Stormwater Systems Details Type Technical Report Title Contamination of Sediments in Street Sweepings and Stormwater Systems: Pollutant Composition and Sediment Reuse Options Contributor(s) Liebens, Johan (author) Date 2001 Abstract Cooperation by the Roads and Bridges Division at Escambia County was instrumental in the successful completion of this project. Especially the cooperation of Art Mead, Supervisor at the Roads and Bridges Division, is greatly appreciated. Diane Banakas at the Sanitation Services Department of the City of Pensacola also facilitated our field work and I thank her for her help. The TAG members, Chris Curb, Cliff Street, Ken Collar, and Eugene Lepo, and various visitors at the TAG meetings, provided useful feedback and their input improved the overall quality of the project greatly. Ken Collar from the USDA-NRCS office in Escambia County also kindly assisted us in getting permission to sample a pond on private land. His help is greatly appreciated. I received invaluable help from several of our undergrads. Angela Worley, Phyllis Zerangue, Kristal Flanders, Eric Schneider and Teresa Aberle were all excellent assistants. County Public Works and Environmental Services directors in the Florida Panhandle provided helpful information. There are too many to list but I extend my sincere thanks to them. Obviously, without the financial and administrative support of the Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management this project would not have been possible.