Stormwater Australia is the custodian of an industry-formulated, independent evaluation process for verifying the performance of technologies for improving stormwater quality.

 

Field Testing

SQIDEP provides a uniform set of criteria to which stormwater treatment measures can be field-tested and reported. These criteria should guide and inform field monitoring programs seeking to demonstrate pollutant removals for stormwater treatment measures included in pollutant export modelling software.

Future revisions of the protocol are anticipated to also include laboratory testing.

SQIDEP should be recognised to be a living document. 

 

Evaluation

Two pathways are available for evaluation under the SQIDEP process:

  1. The first is the Body of Evidence pathway for those submitters that commenced Australian field testing prior to the release of Version 1.3, 3rd January 2019.
  2. The second pathway is the Field Evaluation pathway. This pathway requires the submission of a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for approval prior to commencing field testing, and then a Detailed Performance Report (DPR) upon completion of field testing.

Please refer to the pdfSQIDEP Evaluation Process Chart and the SQIDEP Governance Framework for more information.

When a submission is successfully verified, a Verification Certificate will be issued (pdfExample) and will be published to the SQIDEP Verified Products webpage, along with the final Verification Report from the Independent Evaluators.

 

Submission Forms

BoE pathway   Field Evaluation pathway 
Body of Evidence
(BoE)
Submission Form
 
  Quality Assurance
Project Plan (QAPP)
Submission Form
  Detailed Performance
Report (DPR)
Submission Form

 

Applications will be received by Stormwater Australia via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fees associated with evaluation against both assessment pathways are detailed in the Submission Forms.

Field Evaluation pathway

LFT Pathway3