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Reduction of Sanitary Sewer Overflows through Innovative Use of Best Practices & Technology

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Orange County Utilities (OCU) of Orange County, Florida, has expended significant effort and investment to reduce sanitary sewer overflow occurrences (SSOs) in its wastewater system. Working with EMA, Inc., OCU built upon an earlier Capacity, Maintenance, Operations, and Management (CMOM) project to develop strategic actions to reduce SSOs. The results to date have been significant.

Keywords: CMOM; SSO Reduction; Sanitary Sewer Overflow

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2011

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