Continuous Deflective Separation (CDS) is a technology that has had applications in stormwater liquid-solids separation. Louisville and Jefferson County MSD currently has a full scale CDS Demonstration Project that is one of the first combined sewer overflow (CSO) applications of CDS
technology in the world. CDS is a unique method of liquid/solid separation consisting of a stainless steel perforated and deformed separation plate placed in a hydraulically balanced separation chamber. Exhibit 1 provides a depiction of how the CDS unit operates to provide screening at
a typical CSO location.
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