CMOM++ – IMPROVING COLLECTION SYSTEM RELIABILITY TO ACHIEVE A GOAL OF “NO OVERFLOWS
The proposed sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) regulations demand a higher level of maintenance and information management if the Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance (CMOM) approach is finally to be “a dynamic system management framework that encourages evaluating and prioritizing efforts to identify and correct performance-limiting situations in the collection system.” (Ref: Part III.D.1, SSO Regs).
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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