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Main Title Alternative sewers - operation & maintenance : special evaluation project.
Author Lopez, Ernesto.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Poy, Thomas.
Pycha, Charles.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5, Municipal Facilities Branch, Technical Support Section,
Year Published 1989
Report Number EPA 905-R-89-106
OCLC Number 496120814
Subjects Sewerage--Cost of operation. ; Sewerage--Maintenance and repair--Costs. ; Septic tanks--Cost of operation. ; Septic tanks--Maintenance and repair--Costs.
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA 905-R-89-106 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 01/13/2010
Collation 16 leaves ; 28 cm.
Notes
Cover title. "Prepared by Ernesto Lopez, Thomas Poy, and Charles Pycha"--P. 7. "March, 1989"--Cover. Includes bibliographical references (leaf 8).
Contents Notes
"A Special Evaluation Project (SEP), completed in.August 1985 by Region V, analyzed the costs relating to the planning and construction of alternative conveyance systems (ACS) of 23 municipalities. That SEP established a comprehensive data base of the above costs which could be expanded to include operation and maintenance (0 & M) costs as projects then under construction reached the operation phase. This current SEP is a follow-up to the above study in that it examines aspects of the 0 & M of ACS. This study provides the general description of the ACS of the municipalities and the key management personnel, describes the tasks involved in their respective 0 & M programs, establishes an 0 & M cost data base, and identifies those problems which occurred during the construction and operation of the ACS. Data was collected from grant files, a site visit, and telephone and written responses. Key questions (pages 9 and 10) were developed in order to concentrate on specific 0 & M areas. These questions were sent out as a survey to 44 municipalities of which 40 have responded."--Introduction.