Novel Approach to Storm Water Management for BNR Facilities
Abstract:One of the major challenges faced by most wastewater treatment facilities today is the need to develop and operate a sound and responsive storm water management program in the absence of an assured and adequate source of funding. This paper will discuss various strategies, such as flow equalization and off-line storage of MLSS, which could be implemented to mitigate the negative impact of high flows from storms. It will also illustrate how storm water management guarantees adequate treatment throughout the storm event, using the Rogers WWTP, Arkansas, as an example.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2006
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