Presentation on theme: "Logos Storm water management in Japan. Logos Urbanization led to increased runoff ratio Downtown of Tokyo 2 Total Floor Area (1000 m2) Increasing Risk."— Presentation transcript:
Logos Urbanization led to increased runoff ratio Downtown of Tokyo 2 Total Floor Area (1000 m2) Increasing Risk of Urban Flood
Logos LOGO speaker 3 Promotion of Inundation-Resistant Cities 3 Demarcation of Measures Public Structure (Sewer & Pump) BMP (Storage & Infiltration) Non Structural (Alert & Self protection)
Logos Structural & Non Structural Measures taken in Japan Infiltration On site storageStormwater facilities Flood Barrier as self protection Augmentation of sewer & pumps Relief sewer Retention facility 雨 Infiltration Pavement Rainwater Harvest Schoolyard use Structural Flood Map Real time alert Nonstructural 4 文京区
Logos Finance for Storm Water in Japan Capital Investment National Government (Subsidy) Local Government 50% O & M Local Government 100% ※ No User Charge is used at all 5
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