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Main Title Nationwide Urban Runoff Program, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Evaluation of Urban Nonpoint Source Pollution Management in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Volume 2. Feasibility and Application of Urban Nonpoint Source Water Pollution Abatement Measures.
Author Bannerman, R. ; Baun, K. ; Bohn, M. ; Hughes, P. ; Graczyk, D. ;
CORP Author Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, Madison.;Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, IL. Region V.
Year Published 1983
Report Number EPA-P-005432-01-5;
Stock Number PB84-114172
Additional Subjects Water quality ; Urban areas ; Storms ; Water pollution control ; Sources ; Runoff ; Watersheds ; Wisconsin ; Streams ; Land use ; Catch basins ; Feasibility ; Cost analysis ; Milwaukee County(Wisconsin) ; Nonpoint sources ; Storm water runoff ; Urban hydrology ; Street sweeping ; Water quality management ; Water pollution abatement ; Storm water drainage
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NTIS  PB84-114172 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 130p
Abstract
This volume evaluates the feasibility, costs, and pollutant removal effectiveness of street sweeping, stormwater detention and retention basins, and catch basins, and catchbasin cleaning. The applicability of these measures is demonstrated for three watersheds in southeastern Wisconsin. The level of pollution loading reduction achieved by street sweeping is relatively modest. Sweeping is most effective in spring and in fall, and in high density urban developments. Relatively high levels of pollutant removal can be achieved by retention basins or modified detention basins. The use of these basins was generally found to be more cost effective than increased street sweeping.