Sewer (Asset) Inspection and Condition Assessment Tools Required, Benefits Realized and Lessons Learnedby Jeffrey Duke,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Pipelines 2002: Beneath Our Feet: Challenges and Solutions
Abstract: The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (District) owns, operates and maintains a vast interceptor sewer system that serves the City of Cleveland and all or parts of 58 suburban communities. The District is also responsible for combined sewer overflow (CSO) control. Recently, the District has completed a five-year, three-phased inspection and evaluation program of their combined sewer interceptor and CSO facilities. This paper and presentation will discuss the overall District inspection and evaluation program, focusing on the tools required, benefits realized and lessons learned and applied throughout the three phases of the inspection program.
Subject Headings: Inspection | Sewers | Assets | Decision support systems | Combined sewers | Overflow | Suburbs | North America | Ohio | United States
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