Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 12 OF 327
|Main Title||Alternative Sewer Systems in the United States.|
|Author||Kreissl, J. F. ;|
|CORP Author||Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH. Wastewater Research Div.|
|Additional Subjects||Rural areas ; Sewers ; Communities ; Waste disposal ; Economic factors ; Cost analysis ; Gravity ; Pressure ; Vacuum ; Diameters ; History ; Design ; Sewer pipes ; Topography ; Performance evaluation ; Pumping ; Capitalized costs ; Head losses ; National government ; Grants ; Hydrogeology ; Climate ; Population growth ; Alternative planning ; Small communities|
The problem of sewering small communities is generally one of prohibitive economics. In response to this problem alternative sewering methods which are lower in cost than conventional gravity sewers have been developed over the past two decades. The major alternative sewering methods are pressure, vacuum and small-diameter gravity systems. Their history costs and performance to date are discussed in a comprehensive manner.