Light at the End of the Tunnel
As part of a comprehensive program to control combined sewer overflows in Richmond, Virginia, engineers designed a deep tunnel 5,900 feet long to store the polluted water during severe...

The Case for Cleaning
When sanitary sewer systems overflow during heavy rainstorms, the crisis is often attributed to the sheer volume of water inundating the system. In many cases, however, the lines would...

CMOM Panel Discussion

CMOM and EPA

CMOM and Legal Implications

Replacing a Dying Water Infrastructure
The water infrastructure in the United States will soon need massive repairs. Pipes are leaking, and most pipes are near the end of their life cycles. Tens of thousands of sewer overflows...

Tunneling into the Future
The Chattahoochee Tunnel will increase the wastewater transport capacity of a suburban Atlanta county while greatly reducing the possibility of sanitary sewer overflows into the Chattahoochee...

Sewer (Asset) Inspection and Condition Assessment Tools Required, Benefits Realized and Lessons Learned
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....

Equalizing Wet Weather Flows
Sanitary sewer overflows and combined sewer overflows can wreak havoc on communities by flooding basements, contaminating drinking water sources and recreational water bodies, and flowing...

Tunnels through the History of Seattle

Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) Prediction of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) Events and Water Quality in Milwaukee, WI

Oakland Ravine Stormwater Treatment System Project: Borough of Queens, New York City

A Joint Effort
In a public-private partnership that required close working relationships, a project that aimed to restore an old canal system— and its waterfront—in Richmond was combined with an effort...

CSO Controversy
Under the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) national combined sewer overflow (CSO) policy, more than 900 cities will no longer be able to discharge untreated...

City and County of San Francisco Combined Sewer System: Reduction of Overflows and High Bacteria Counts

Making Watershed Management Work for the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System

Ineffective Overbank Flow in One-Dimensional Models

Optimization of Storage and Treatment Systems for CSO Pollution Control

Urban Wet-Weather Flows Toxic Pollutants: Characterization and Enhanced Sedimentation Treatment

Performance Measures for CSO Control

 

 

 

 

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