Overflow Elimination Benefits from GIS Based Technology
Elimination of wet weather overflows through the rehabilitation of infiltration and inflow defects requires careful analysis of the collection system. The integration of geographic information...

Risk Analysis: Wet Weather Flows in S.E. Michigan
Institutional aspects of risk analysis are examined in two separate activities in the state of Michigan. The state of Michigan's relative risk project, patterned after the U.S. EPA's risk...

The Light at the End of the Sewer: How Interested Parties Negotiated a Consensus Solution to the Combined Sewer Overflow Problem

Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement Planning Based on SWMM EXTRAN Modeling
This paper discusses use of the Storm Water Management Model (SWMM), with the EXTRAN block as the hydraulic transport mechanism, as a tool for developing a facilities plan for abating...

Receiving Water Quality Bases for Evaluating CSO Control Alternatives
Waters receiving combined sewer overflow loadings in the vicinity of Bangor, Maine include the Kenduskeag Stream and the Penobscot River. The city's facilities planning effort was performed...

Application of the Storm Water Management Model in Evaluating Combined Sewer Overflows
This paper summarizes the application of the stormwater Management Model (SWW) to isolate the contributions of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) to a receiving water. The CSO discharges...

Management of Sewer System Rehabilitation for the Overflow Abatement Program in Nashville, Tennessee
To comply with a state order to abate overflows of wastewater from the sanitary sewerage system, the Nashville, Tennessee, Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services has undertaken...

Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement by Means of Detention Basins and Stormwater Infiltration
The conventional approach to abate the pollution loads from combined sewer overflows (CSO's) is to include detention basins. The same reduction in CSO loads may be obtained by infiltrating/percolating...

Storage/Treatment Isoquants for CSO Control Planning
A quantitative procedure which identifies the technically efficient combinations of storage volume and treatment rate necessary to achieve various levels of combined sewer overflows (CSO)...

Using Simple Models to Evaluate Complex Storm Effects

Sizing Stormwater Detention Reservoirs to Reduce Peak Flows

WSPRO, A Model for Water-Surface PROfile Computations

Balancing Hydraulic Requirements for Storage and Diversion in Planning Subsurface Facilities for the Control of Combined Sewer Overflows

CSO Abatement for Gloucester Harbor in Massachusetts

Management of Portland's Combined Sewer System
The City of Portland, Oregon, has embarked upon a two-year program to develop a long-term management program for its combined sewer system. A team of consultants is assisting the City...

CSO Rehabilitation Strategies for Urban Areas
The USEPA national strategy for reduction of combined sewer overflows places high priority on maximizing the amount of combined wastewater that is captured and treated in the existing...

CSO Pollution Abatement Project Performance
The City of Trenton, NJ combined sewer overflow (CSO) pollution abatement project has been in operation for more than four years. Daily records include composite BOD5...

A 1990's Strategy for Combined Sewer Improvements
On June 22, 1990, the Regional Water Quality Control Board issued the City of Sacramento a Cease and Desist Order. The Order required the City to examine the condition of, and flooding...

Evaluation of Stormwater and CSO Impact on Portland's Columbia Slough
A team of consultants studied the impacts of stormwater and combined sewer overflows on an urban drainageway to determine if increased beneficial stream uses were attainable. Planning-level...

Planning Subsurface Storage-Transport Facilities for Combined Sewer Overflow Control in Cincinnati, Ohio
The wastewater collection system in the greater Cincinnati area includes a large area served by a combined sewer system. The combined sewer system drains to the Ohio River and several...

 

 

 

 

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