The Great Sewer Separation Debate

Authors: Vander Tuig, Kevin; Hufnagel, Carol; Carrier, Al; Christian, Dan; Struck, Scott

Source: Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation, WEFTEC 2009: Session 2 through Session 10 , pp. 254-271(18)

Publisher: Water Environment Federation

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This paper discusses and compares sewer separation and other combined sewer overflow control methods from a variety of perspectives. A comprehensive life cycle analysis and consideration of a wider range of potential benefits and risks is recommended. The paper describes an approach that helps reduce water quality concerns for separate storm sewer systems using green infrastructure and other watershed BMPs focusing on source control, while optimizing sanitary sewer system performance
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