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Best Management Practices for Staffing of Wet Weather Control Facilities

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Abstract:

This paper describes the benchmarking process for development of Best Management Practices for staffing of wet weather control facilities. Staffing information was gathered from multiple municipal agencies across the United States who are actively engaged in wet weather control programs of various sizes. Staffing of these facilities has changed over the years. The present state of the staffing evolution has some common primary elements. These include having a primarily dedicated multi-disciplinary staff, having significant training programs and structured staffing schedules.

Keywords: CSO; IN-SYSTEM STORAGE; MAINTENANCE; OPERATIONS; RETENTION TREATMENT BASINS (RTB); SCREENING AND DISINFECTION; SSO; STAFFING; TRAINING; TUNNELS; VORTEX; WET WEATHER

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2175/193864707786831372

Publication date: 2007-10-01

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