Create walls or barriers to exclude pollutants
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Barriers may be used to prevent pollutants from entering waterways. Examples of such pollutants include garbage, sediments, oil, grease, excess nutrients, organic waste matter, pesticides and fertilisers. A range of options for both temporary and permanent structures have been suggested, including silt fences and gabions (Botting & Bellette 1998). Barriers that excluded pollutants could have positive effects on wild reptile populations.
Botting J. & Bellette K. (1998) Stormwater pollution prevention: code of practice for local, state and federal government. Environment Protection Authority, South Australia.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Reptile Conservation
Reptile Conservation - Published 2021