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Main Title Impact of the Sewer Connection Ban on Biochemical Oxygen Demand and Suspended Solids at the North Shore Sanitary District.
Author Drummond, Norman ; Letterman., Raymond D. ;
CORP Author Illinois Inst. for Environmental Quality, Chicago. ;Illinois Inst. of Tech., Chicago. Dept. of Environmental Engineering.
Year Published 1972
Report Number IIEQ-72-4;
Stock Number PB-274 688
Additional Subjects Sewers ; Water pollution control ; Regulations ; Illinois ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Population ; Sites ; Trends ; Management planning ; Housing planning ; Community development ; Concentration(Composition) ; Sewer connections
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NTIS  PB-274 688 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 58p
Abstract
Illinois pollution control agencies have imposed bans on new sewer connections in several parts of the State. The result has been the stimulation of local efforts to plan, build, and overhaul badly overloaded facilities. Many of the bans imposed because of inadequate capacity have now been lifted, in whole or in part, as a result of responsible and effective local action. In a variety of settings, the strategy of sewer connection bans has been challenged. The Institute undertook this modest study to determine, in a general way, whether sewer connection bans provide public benefits. The conclusion to be drawn from this work is that such bans are effective water pollution control strategies.