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Operation and Maintenance Experience with CSO Floatables Control Facilities

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The North Bergen, NJ Municipal Utility Authority was the first municipality in New Jersey to fully implement facilities for Solids and Floatables Control under its CSO Permit in April 1999. The MUA implemented a system of nine Netting TrashTrap® systems and one mechanical screen at a cost of 3,318,056 – 7% below the construction estimate and 300% below the next least expensive technology alternative evaluated.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2002

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