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A Comprehensive Wet Weather Management Program for the City of Bloomington, Indiana

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The City of Bloomington is located in south central Indiana, Monroe County roughly an hour south of Indianapolis. Home to Indiana University (IU), the area is also known for its limestone industry, which has supplied material for many famous structures, including the Empire State Building. Unlike much of Indiana, the topography of the area is hilly with well-defined drainage paths. Located at the top of a watershed, the City necessarily operates and maintains two wastewater treatment plants, with the majority of the town served by the south wastewater treatment plant (Dillman Road).

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2001

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