CSO Floatables Abatement: How Onondaga County is Screening, Booming and Bagging Its Way to Floatables Control
Abstract:The City of Syracuse has approximately 164,000 people and is located in Onondaga County, New York. Approximately 40 percent of the City's 16,600 acres are served by a combined sewer system. Each of the 66 combined sewer overflows (CSO) discharge into one of three receiving streams that are tributary to Onondaga Lake. Onondaga Lake has become a topic of national interest as one of the most polluted lakes in the U.S.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2002-01-01
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