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Brussels-Capital Region: typology and codification of all the Unitarian Blue Objects (OBU) - rivers, channel and ponds - of the Brussels Region. We also have the name of the object, the municipality in which it is situated as well as for the rivers, their characteristics (open-air, pertuis)
Brussels-Capital Region : location of the different groundwater level monitoring sites (or piezometric sites) managed by Brussels Environment (IBGE-BIM) under the surveillance monitoring of the groundwater status in accordance with the Ordonnance and the Water Framework Directive. Indication of the analyzed water body, the European Code and the Brussels code of the monitoring site.
Brussels-Capital Region: 2019 cadastral parcels reworked to match the soil state register
Brussels-Capital Region : In numerous Brussels neighbourhoods, the Brussels-Capital Region, in partnership with the municipalities, has made available land where the residents can develop a collective kitchen garden project. The initiative offers members the opportunity to inexpensively practise an outdoor activity and to obtain healthy food. The collective or individual kitchen garden is of course also the best way to eat fresh, local and seasonal fruits and vegetables, and thus to reduce the environmental impact of one’s food. The dataset resumes the name of the kitchen garden.
Brussels-Capital Region: Map of the absolute piezometric phreatic levels (May 2013) obtained with the combination of the piezometric levels of the following hydrogeological units of the Brussels phreatic system: - UH/RBC_1 Quaternary aquifer system: US/RBC_14 Silts, sands and alluvial gravels ; - UH/RBC_2 Perched sandy aquifer system (Diest Fm, Bolderberg Fm, Sint-Huibrechts-Hern Fm and Onderdale Member); - UH/RBC_4 Aquifer system of the Wemmel, Lede, Brussels and Vlierzele sands (or better known as the Bruxellian sands); - UH/RBC_6 Aquitard of Tielt sands and clays ; - UH/RBC_7 Kortrijk Sand and Clay Aquitard System (Moen Member); This map thus includes the absolute piezometric levels of the most superficial aquifer units, in order to map the level of the "piezometric groundwater surface". The piezometric levels (in m-DNG/TAW) are represented by level lines (isopiezes) separated by a 2m step. These data are limited to the borders of the Brussels-Capital Region extended by a 500m buffer zone. These data are extracted from the Brussels Phreatic System Model v1.0 (BPSM v1.0) hydrogeological model, developed under FEFLOW 7.1 ®. This data is generated from models and may contain errors, inaccuracies and gaps. It has informative value and may under no circumstances replace a study carried out by an expert. Bruxelles Environnement cannot be held liable for the consequences of the use of this information.
Brussels-Capital Region: localization of the discharge points of the two treatment stations of wastewater and rainwater of the Brussels agglomeration.
Brussels-Capital Region : toponymy public spaces is the name of : - Highways; - Areas of water; - Green areas; - Cemeteries.
Brussels-Capital Region: map of areas likely to be flooded (future events). Prepared in accordance with Article 4 of the European Flood Directive 2007/60/EC.
Brussels-Capital Region: The sensitive area to eutrophication is a protected area against the pollution of surface waters caused by waste water. This area matches the Senne river basin. In this area, urban waste water has to be collected and are subject to a stringent treatment before their discharge. It was designated in accordance with the prescriptions of the European Directive 91/271/EEC, by the Regional Decree of 23 March 1994.