Five Years of Sewer System Evaluationby Alberto F. Gutierrez, (M.ASCE), Pres.; Gutierrez, Smouse, Wilmut & Assoc., Inc. Environmental Engrs., Dallas, Tex.,
J. Harry Rowell, (M.ASCE), Project Engr.; Gutierrez, Smouse, Wilmut & Assoc., Inc., Environmental Engrs., Dallas, Tex.,
Serial Information: Journal of the Environmental Engineering Division, 1979, Vol. 105, Issue 6, Pg. 1149-1163
Document Type: Journal Paper
Twenty-eight wastewater collection systems spread over the South-Central and South-East region of the United States were surveyed and evaluated for infiltration/inflow in a systematic manner. After a brief description of the planning and executions of the sewer system evaluation surveys, the findings are presented in five tables. Table 1 covers the infiltration/inflow characteristics. Tables 2,3, and 4 cover recommended rehabilitation work broken down into the three major components of a collection system: collection lines, manholes and service lines. Table 5 covers rehabilitation costs and expected savings that will result from the elimination of excessive infiltration/inflow.
Subject Headings: Sewers | Infiltration | Rehabilitation | Geomatic surveys | Wastewater management | Manholes | North America | United States
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