A Methodology For Simultanteously Prioritzing CSOs and Aging Infrastructure
Using asset management Best Practices and risk assessment tools, a municipality can arm itself with the information and data it needs to prioritize those assets at greatest risk (based on probability of failure and consequences of failure); identify the full costs of system management and affordability; and develop a phased approach to address both CSOs and aging infrastructure.
Keywords: Aging infrastructure; Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs); Sewer System Overflows (SSOs); affordability analysis; asset management; consequences of failure; key assets; probability of failure; risk; triple-bottom-line
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-01-01
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