||Rainfall induced infiltration into sewer systems : report to Congress.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of the Assistant Administrator for Water.
|| [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water],
Rain and rainfall. ;
Sanitary sewers ;
Urban areas ;
Combined sewers ;
Sewage treatment ;
United States ;
Ground water ;
Cost effectiveness ;
Water pollution ;
Storm water runoff ;
Case studies ;
Storm water drainage ;
Federal Water Quality Act of 1987
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||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 28 cm
The report has been prepared to meet the requirement of Section 523 of the Federal Quality Act of 1987 (PL 100 4) concerning rainfall induced Infiltration (Rii) into Sanitary Sewers. The report is divided into several Chapters & Apprentices, Chapter 1 describes the study objectives and approach, Chapter 2 presents an assessment of the Rii problems including the definition and characteristics of Rii a discussion of the problems associated with Rii and the presentation of ten case studies of sanitary sewer systems identified as experiencing Rii. Chapter 3 discusses methods & approaches for controlling Rii. The Appendices contain more detailed description of the case studies, further information on rehabilitation methods and design standards for Rii control, and a detail discussion of the Rii cost evaluation conducted for the study.
"August 1990." "EPA/430/09-90-005." "EPA Contract no. 68-03-3429." PB 90-272022. Includes bibliographical references (pages B-1-B-9). Microfiche.