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Main Title EPA Draft Environmental Impact Statement Supplement (Tallahassee-Leon County Wastewater Management, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida).
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA. Region IV.
Publisher Jan 90
Year Published 1990
Report Number EPA/904/9-90/001;
Stock Number PB90-226119
Additional Subjects Environmental impact statements-draft ; Sewers ; Population growth ; Substitutes ; Scenarios ; Management planning ; Waste disposal ; Performance evaluation ; Forecasting ; Soil surveys ; Water table ; Leon County(Florida) ; Sewage treatment plants ; Sewage treatment effluents ; US EPA ; Administrative procedures
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NTIS  PB90-226119 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 08/27/1990
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Abstract
Since the mid-1970s, wastewater management alternatives have been developed and evaluated for the Tallahassee-Leon County area. The 201 Plan, prepared by the City of Tallahassee (the City), proposed expanding the City's central sewers to serve growth areas in Leon County (the County). The 1983 EIS evaluated the 201 Plan alternatives, plus the alternative of 'no-federal-action.' Since issuance of the 1983 EIS, investigations into failures of on-site septic systems within the study area and compilation of information relating to soil types, water tables, and development density have provided data which were not available during the 1983 EIS study. In January 1988, EPA Region IV issued a Notice of Intent to prepare the Environmental Impact Statement Supplement (EIS Supplement). The EIS Supplement addresses direct and indirect impacts of wastewater management alternatives for the study area for a 20 year planning period (1990 through 2010). The EIS Supplement examines information relating to soils, water tables, development density, and on-site system failures. The impacts associated with these items, including secondary impacts of induced growth in the project area, are examined.