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Main Title Wastewater Management Program, Jamaica Bay, New York. Volume I. Summary Report.
Author Feuerstein, Donald L. ; Maddaus., William O. ;
CORP Author Ludwig (H. F.) and Associates Engineering-Science, Inc., Arcadia, Calif. ;New York State Dept. of Water Resources, New York.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA-11023-FAO; EPA/600/2-76/222;
Stock Number PB-260 887
Additional Subjects Water pollution ; Sewage treatment ; Jamaica Bay ; Surveys ; Waste water ; Water quality management ; Combined sewers ; Overflows ; Coliform bacteria ; Recommendations ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Cost effectiveness ; Nitrogen ; Phosphorus ; Metals ; Concentration(Composition) ; Recreation ; Land use ; Tables(Data) ; New York ; Water quality data ; Organic loadings ; Heavy metals
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NTIS  PB-260 887 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 200p
Abstract
The Jamaica Bay ecosystem and wastewater discharges to the bay were characterized during a comprehensive 3-year study. The primary objective of the project was the development of management criteria and procedures for the bay ecosystem, with major emphasis on combined sewer overflow management to provide for water contact recreation in the bay. Analysis of the sampling results and the output of the hydrologic models developed during the project demonstrated that: (1) The four municipal sewage treatment facility effluents are the major sources of organic and nutrient materials discharged to the bay; (2) combined sewer overflows represent significant sources of solids and coliforms to the bay; (3) the Spring Creek combined sewer overflow treatment facility will provide substantial benefit in reducing overall pollution from combined sewer overflows in the Jamaica Bay drainage basin; and (4) treatment of combined sewer overflows from the Paerdegat Basin will provide the next greatest benefit to the quality of the bay. Recommendations are presented on the most cost-effective development of a wastewater management program for the Jamaica Bay drainage basin.