Stormwater Erosion and Sediment Control Laboratory:
This laboratory is located nearby Neptune Drive on UCF main campus. Research equipment and capabilities include:

  • Index testing
  • Hydraulically adjustable test beds
  • Pervious pavement
  • Rainfall simulator
  • Erosion control testing
  • Slow-release fertilizer testing
  • Curb inlet testing
  • Polymer treatment channel testing

Water Treatment and Sustainability Research Laboratory:
This laboratory is located at 418 Engineering Building II on UCF main campus. Research equipment and capabilities include:

  • Treatability study (column study and pilot study)
  • Upflow reactor
  • Ecotoxicity testing
  • Stormwater harvesting and reuse (exfiltration trench, pipe reactor, road side harvesting)
  • Baffle box with nutrient removal
  • Treatment train testing

Bioenvironmental Systems Research Laboratory:
This laboratory is located at 433 Engineering Building II on UCF main campus. Research equipment and capabilities include:

  • Green roof
  • Biosorption activated media (BAM)
  • Subsurface upflow wetland (SUW) system for wastewater and stormwater treatment
  • Bioretention swale
  • Floating wetland technologies
  • Stormwater infiltration basin with BAM for stormwater treatment – biogeochemical cycle study
  • Microbial ecology study – real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
  • Underground drainfield with BAM for wastewater treatment
  • Lake, streams, and wetland restoration Best Management Practices (BMP)
  • Ecological engineering and receiving water impact assessment

Hydroenvironmental and Ecological Monitoring and Modeling Laboratory:
This laboratory is located at 322 Engineering Building I on UCF main campus. Research equipment and capabilities include:

  • Treatment train design software
    · Watershed modeling and wasetload reduction planning
    · Environmental and water resources systems analysis
  • Geographical Information System (GIS) and spatial analysis
  • Environmental cyberinfrastructure and sensor networks
  • Environmental, hydrological, and ecological remote sensing and informatics

Green Building Test Bed:
The Florida Showcase EnvironHome is located at Indialantic City

  • Green roof
  • Bioretention swale
  • Solar power generation
  • Wind mill
  • Pervious pavement
  • Building envelope design and insulation material
  • Air conditioning system and energy saving
  • Stormwater and gray water recovery and reuse
  • Sustainable on-site wastewater treatment