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Getting It all Lined Up: Richmond's Plan for Moving the City to a Watershed-Based System

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This paper details The City's approach for compliance with existing and expected state and federal permits; the City's participation in the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development for the James River in the Metropolitan area and in the Chesapeake Bay; and the City's vision of a watershed-based permitting approach for watershed management including the strategic interrelations and integration of all its master plans.

Keywords: CSOs; Permit Compliance; TMDL; stormwater; sustainable practices; wastewater; watershed-based permitting

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2010

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