The Use of Iron Salts to Control Dissolved Sulfide in Districts' Trunk Sewers
Headspace H2S removal via the precipitation of dissolved sulfide was investigated using iron chlorides. Full-scale experiments were conducted in...

Sewerage Failure, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation

Planning Model for Sewer System Rehabilitation

Multi-Attribute Rehabilitation of Storm or Combined Sewer Systems

Sewerage Rehabilitation Verified Simulation Modeling

Understanding the Modes of Failure for Sewers

Local Sewer Rehabilitation - Metro Chicago

Trenchless Sewer System Reconstruction Techniques

CSO Rehabilitation Strategies for Urban Areas

A Nearshore Model for Cleveland CSO Remediation Design Selection
Three models were combined to analyze the fate of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Firstly, a 20 year hindcast of Lake Erie was used to find design storms by...

Sediment Transport in Sewers and Design Implications
Extended studies on sediment transport in sewers were conducted at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and using this new as well as previously available data an attempt has been made...

Modeling Hydrologic and Pollutant Transport Processes for Stromwater Runoff to Surface Waters
Combined sewer overflows and stormwater discharges, which are considered point sources, and certain nonpoint sources (NPSs) display the characteristics of precipitation-driven events....

NPDES Storm Water Permit Compliance at Air Force Installations
Recent changes to the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program require that storm water discharges associated with industrial activity be regulated under the NPDES...

Roiled Waters: Water Politics in the 1990s
In the spring of 1994, San Diego got a reprieve from meeting the Clean Water Act's secondary-treatment requirements. For six years city officials had battled the Environmental...

The Regulatory Pendulum: Has it Finally Come to Rest for CSO Control?

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

Upgrading Dubai's Sewers
The sewerage system serving the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, is plagued with odor and corrosion problems. System elements were deteriorating and failure rates were increasing....

Solving Collections Problems to Increase Revenue: The Houston Experience, 1988-1993

Utilizing Coordinated Billing and Metering Systems Analysis to Enhance Utility Revenue on a Shared Revenue Basis

The Implementation of a Comprehensive Water and Wastewater Utility Development Fee Process to Allocate the Cost of New Development to the Beneficiaries





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