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Ms Kelly Hill

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Kelly Hill is a PhD student at SA Water Centre for Water Management and Reuse (CWMR) in the School of Natural and Built Environments (NBE), University of South Australia (UniSA). She obtained her BSc (Hons) Environmental Management in the UK at The University of Northampton, July 2010, in which her honours thesis title was “Can Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) contribute to sustainable urban development? An evaluation of metal remediation through a SUDS scheme at Upton, Northampton”. During completion of her Bachelor degree, she volunteered for the local council (The Borough Council of Wellingborough) in the role of Assistant Resource Conservation Manager, alongside working part – time with consultancy Ecology Solutions Ltd, UK.  Then she moved to School of the Environment at The University of Dundee, Scotland to pursue her study in WSUD and was awarded an exchange through the International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management which brought her to UniSA in July 2011 to conduct her MSc thesis entitled “Effect of permeable pavement basecourse aggregates on stormwater quality for irrigation reuse”. Following completion of her MSc Sustainable Catchment Management in November 2011, she came back to South Australia to the CWMR and started her PhD research on “Development of low-clogging permeable pavements suitable for harvesting and reusing stormwater runoff from roads, car parks and industrial areas”.