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Main Title Cost Estimates for Construction of Publicly-Owned Wastewater Treatment Facilities. Volume 3. Summaries of Technical Data for Combined Sewer Overflows and Stormwater Discharge. 1976 Needs Survey.
Author Chamblee., James A. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Municipal Construction Div.
Year Published 1977
Report Number EPA/430/9-76/012 ;MCD-48C;
Stock Number PB-266 719
Additional Subjects Sewage treatment ; Public utilities ; Construction ; Cost engineering ; Water pollution control ; Cost estimates ; Surveys ; States(United States) ; Federal assistance programs ; Sewers ; Combined sewers ; Storm sewers ; Surface water runoff ; Management planning ; Grants ; Mathematical prediction ; Tables(Data) ; Computer programs ; Fortran ; Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 ; Environmental Protection Agency ; Sewage treatment plants ; NEMUR computer program
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NTIS  PB-266 719 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 401p
Abstract
The 1976 Needs Survey for Category V (correction of combined sewer overflows) and Category VI (treatment and/or control of stormwater discharges) was developed using a well defined, consistent nationwide methodology. The Needs Survey developed current and 1990 capital and annual operation and maintenance cost estimates to attain three water quality criteria: Aesthetics, Fish & Wildlife and Recreation. A computer model, called the Needs Estimation Model for Urban Runoff, was developed from intensive work with the literature of a detailed analysis of ten specific urbanized areas. The model calculates the combined sewer and stormwater control needs for each urbanized area. These estimates are then summed on a state and territory basis to provide the national estimated needs for Categories V & VI. The methodology provides a reasonable and well defined estimate of the eligible costs for water quality control required by combined sewer overflows and stormwater runoff.