Region 4's MOM Program, Inception and Intended Use
Thus, this paper will cover the initial period when Region 4 was taking enforcement actions against wastewater collection systems such as Miami-Dade County, Florida which were experiencing the escape of sewage from the sanitary sewer system (sanitary sewer overflows or SSOs) for a number of reasons through to the formulation of an industry standard to guide, and evaluate the performance of, publicly owned wastewater collection systems.
Keywords: CMOM; Clean Water Act; EPA; Environmental Protection Agency; MOM; Region 4; SSO; enforcement; sanitary sewer overflow; self-assessment; self-audit; sewer system; wastewater collection system
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-01-01
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