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Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction

N. Weinstein

Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction

Stormwater (Werf Report)

by N. Weinstein

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Published by IWA Publishing (Intl Water Assoc) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applied Sciences,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11904842M
    ISBN 10184339748X
    ISBN 109781843397489
    OCLC/WorldCa171113069

    Decentralized strategies have the capability to meet multiple CSO objectives including flow rate attenuation, volume reduction and water quality improvement. The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) published a report in titled, “Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction.”. The primary objective of this project was to identify and communicate the benefits and risks of disinfecting wet weather flows by evaluating the effectiveness of available disinfection technologies and identifying disinfection by-products and their potential risks to aquatic and human life. A decision-making framework was developed that could be used as a model to guide combined sewer overflow.

    billion gallons of untreated overflows to urban waters each year. 3 Retrofits to stormwater infrastructure will be necessary to reduce runoff and pollution, but the capital investment is daunting. Upgrades to stormwater and combined sewer systems, like other utilities, are capital intensive projects.   Historically, green infrastructure (GI; the use of soils, plants, and landscape design to control stormwa29) has been introduced across many urban areas as a decentralized.

    Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction: Phase II This report is the second phase of a research effort to assess decentralized s t o rm water controls for urban retrofit and combined sewer overflow (CSO) management. Phase I,published by WERF in (03SW3),found that. The adoption of tree filters in Fall River would serve three critical functions: (1) replacement of failing infrastructure, (2) reduction of stormwater contribution to combined sewers, and (3) facilitation of the installation of trees within street rights-of-way to support Fall River's urban tree initiatives.


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Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction by N. Weinstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

Publication date: June Phase 1 of this project demonstrated the technical feasibility of using decentralized stormwater controls in urban areas for retrofits and controlling combined sewer overflows.

Decentralized stormwater controls provide a significant and promising alternative strategy to limit the number of overflows from combined sewer systems. This research evaluates the functional processes employed by decentralized controls and possible methods of quantifying stormwater retention and detention : N.

Weinstein. Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction, Phase 2 | Phase 1 of this project demonstrated the technical feasibility of using decentralized stormwater controls in urban areas for retrofits and controlling combined sewer overflows.

Overview About the author Phase 1 of this project demonstrated the technical feasibility of using decentralized stormwater controls in urban areas for retrofits and controlling combined sewer overflows.

Get this from a library. Decentralized stormwater controls for urban retrofit and combined sewer overflow reduction: phase II. [Neil Weinstein, P.E. R.L.A. AICP; Water Environment Research Foundation,; International Water Association,;] -- "This report represents the second phase of a research effort aimed at assessing the use and role of decentralized stormwater controls for urban retrofit.

Decentralized stormwater controls provide a significant and promising alternative strategy to limit the number of overflows from combined sewer systems.

This research evaluates the functional processes employed by decentralized controls and possible methods of quantifying stormwater retention and detention mechanisms.

Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction, Phase 2 Article June with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Decentralized stormwater controls provide a significant and promising alternative strategy to limit the number of overflows from combined sewer res.

Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction By Neil Weinstein. Neil Weinstein. Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Reduction: Phase II Completed This research evaluates strategies for incorporating decentralized controls into an infrastructure management system.

To download a 2-page overview of the research prepared by WERF, click on Executive Summary: Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction (). To download a copy of the complete report, click on Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction.

Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and CSO Reduction «All Projects Every year in the U.S., it is estimated that combined sewer overflows (CSOs) result in about billion gallons of sewage and stormwater overflowing from wastewater collection systems.

Phase 1 of this project demonstrated the technical feasibility of using decentralized stormwater controls in urban areas for retrofits and controlling combined sewer overflows.

This technical feasibility was illustrated by a number of early adopters using decentralized controls to complement their existing municipal stormwater and wastewater. Get this from a library. Decentralized stormwater controls for urban retrofit and combined sewer overflow reduction.

Phase 2. [Neil Weinstein; Jennifer Cotting; Dan Nees] -- Phase 1 of this project demonstrated the technical feasibility of using decentralized stormwater controls in urban areas for retrofits and controlling combined sewer overflows.

To order a copy of the report from WERF, click on Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction. Develop Greener Communities “Decentralized controls have the potential to reduce the occurrence and volume of CSO events by using natural hydrologic cycle elements to dampen the stormwater surges that.

Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction (03SW3) Going Green Recently, WERF and water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs) have been striving to better understand how green infrastructure (GI) can complement conventional gray infrastructure such as piping, wet weather technologies, and treatment.

Combined Sewer Overflows Guidance for Financial Capability Assessment and Schedule Development – Explains how a community can assess its financial capability and how this assessment and other factors identified in the CSO control policy can be used to develop compliance schedules for implementing CSO controls.

A GI Plan will increase public and private investment in swales, green roofs, and other source controls, as well as in managing stormwaters.

Other benefits will flow from cooler urban temperatures, better air quality, more green space, lower energy bills, expected higher property values, and a reduction in combined sewer overflows.

Combined sewer systems were—and still are—a great idea, with one catch: when too much stormwater is added to the flow of raw sewage, the result is frequently an overflow. These combined sewer overflows (CSOs) have become the focus of a debate regarding the best techniques to manage growing volumes of sewage and stormwater runoff in many.

The Water Environment Research Founda- tion (WERF) published a report in titled, "Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction." This report supported the use of decentralized source controls in conjunction with redeveloping land in urban regions. Instrumentation, Control and Automation in Wastewater Systems.

Paperback / softback. Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction, Phase 2. Paperback / softback. Sustainable Water for the Future. Hardback. Flood Grouting for Infiltration Reduction on Private Side Sewers. eBook: EPDF. In urban areas with combined sewer systems, some stormwater runoff goes to the inlets of the combined sewer system, and some runoff enters surface waters.

To eliminate CSO events, decentralized installation of GI (i.e., LIDs) can help increase infiltration and detention of stormwater and, therefore, reduce the volume of stormwater runoff.Combined Sewer Overflow Management Fact Sheet Sewer Separation DESCRIPTION Sewer systems that convey both sanitary sewage and storm water through a single pipe are referred to as combined sewer systems (CSSs).

In dry weather and during light to moderate rainfall, the CSS is able to convey all flows to the wastewater treatment facility.Decentralized Stormwater Controls for Urban Retrofit and Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction Rainwater runoff that is diverted from roads,rooftops,and parking lots dur-ing storm events contributes to com-bined sewer overflows (CSOs).

Decentral-ized controls,also known as best manage-ment practices,manage rainwater runoff.