ESTIMATING THE EXTENT OF I/I IN EPA REGION 4 USING NPDES MONITORING REPORTS
Abstract:The purpose of this study is to evaluate the US EPA's PCS (Permit Compliance System) database and determine various parameters that may be useful in developing I/I control and sewer rehabilitation strategies on a state and regional level. This study summarizes DMRs (monthly NPDES Discharge Monitoring Reports) for the 12 months of 1999 from 790 systems categorized as “major” by the various authorities in the eight states comprising Region 4. Generally, that category refers to plants with a hydraulic design capacity greater than 3,750 m3/day (1 mgd).
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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