||Final report, Sanitary Sewer Overflow Workshop : held April 26-28, 1995, Renaissance Downtown Hotel, Washington, D.C. /
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water.
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Combined sewer overflows--Environmental aspects--United States--Congresses. ;
Sewage--Environmental aspects--United States--Congresses.
Sanitary sewers ;
Sewer systems ;
Peak discharge ;
Surface runoff ;
Storm water runoff ;
Rainfall-runoff relationships ;
Waste water treatment ;
Sewage water treatment ;
Sewage disposal ;
Combined sewers ;
Public sector ;
Public utilities ;
Private sector ;
Water quality ;
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||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations
OWM also invited a number of national wet weather and wastewater treatment experts and committee members to participate in a workshop on SSOs in Washington, DC. April 26-28, 1995, immediately following the conference. The workshop focused on five specific areas: (1) preventing maintenance, (2) peak inflow, (3) rainfall induced infiltration (RII), (4) laterials, and (5) treatments options for wet weather flow. Following is a summary of the findings and recommendations of the workshop.
Shipping list no.: 99-0030-M. "Presented to the Urban Wet Weather Flows Advisory Committee, SSO Subcommittee, August 17, 1995." "August 1995"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references. "EPA 832-R-95-007"--Cover.