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Derivation of Sustainability Factors of LID Facility and Strategy of Citizen Participation for Management  

Kim, Youngman (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Kongju National University)
Kim, Lee-hyung (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Kongju National University)
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Journal of Wetlands Research / v.21, no.1, 2019 , pp. 57-65 More about this Journal
LID(Low Impact Development) facility classified as a social infrastructure can maintain landscape sustainability and functional sustainability through continuous maintenance and management. Since LID is a natural-based solution, the sustainability can be secured through the management of weeds, wastes and vegetation. The LID facility is distributed in the city and is an infrastructure that can be managed through citizen participation because of simple maintenance. Therefore, this study was conducted to investigate the maintenance factors affecting the sustainability of the LID facilities and to suggest measures for maintenance by investigating the participation of the peoples. The factors for landscape sustainability were derived to waste and weed management. Also the factors for functional sustainability were assessed to identification and management of dead bodies and selection of applicable soil and plant species. The citizens showed high agreement of more than 80% in the questionnaires on expanding and managing LID facilities, enacting LID ordinances, and participating in the national movement. The intention to participate in LID management linked to jobs was about 64%, indicating that LID could become a job for the vulnerable. Maintenance of the LID can easily be carried out by non-specialists, which can lead to citizen participation with low cost for each facility. The maintenance cost for citizen participation can be allocated from the social infrastructure management cost reduced by LID application of the local government and the social welfare budget of the central government.
LID Maintenance; Landscaping sustainability; Functional sustainability; Citizen participation;
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