Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 18 OF 27
|Main Title||Overview of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Storm and Combined Sewer Program Collection System Research.|
|Author||Field, Richard ;|
|CORP Author||Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Edison, NJ. Storm and Combined Sewer Section.|
|Additional Subjects||Combined sewers ; Storm sewers ; Reviews ; Droughts ; Flooding ; Maintenance ; Flushing ; Flow rate ; Flood routing ; Tidewater ; Optimization ; Cost effectiveness ; Drainage ; Overflows ; Catch basins ; Water pollution control ; Reprints ; Duck bill tide gate|
A state-of-the-art and assessment of the USEPA's Storm and Combined Sewer Program collection system research pertaining to management alternatives for wet- and dry-weather wastewater transport and interception is presented. These include: maintenance; catchbasins; new sewer design; sewer flushing; polymer injection; infiltration/inflow controls including inflow reduction, Insituform, impregnated concrete pipe and trenchless sewer; upstream storage/attenuation; flow routing and inpipe storage; new types of flow regulators, fluidic regulator and Hydrobrake; and a new rubber 'duck-bill' tide gate.