Development of a Verification and Certification Method of Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development Technologies

그린인프라 및 저영향개발 기술의 검증 및 인증 기법 개발

  • Received : 2016.05.31
  • Accepted : 2016.06.22
  • Published : 2016.06.30


This study developed a verification and certification method of technologies of green infrastructure (GI) and low impact development (LID) that gained interest recently. The outdoor testbed used in this study consisted of a building type, a road type, a parking lot type, a rain garden type and a bioretention type. Indoor test facilities were ready for testing using hydrology efficient analysis, pavement and soil analysis and water environment analysis. The development of outdoor and indoor test facilities were used to certify the efficiency of GI & LID technologies, and this was expected to contribute to the activation of the related projects by providing reliable data for the application of GI & LID techniques.


Certification;Efficiency;Green infrastructure;Low impact development;Verification


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Supported by : 국토교통부