Includes information on transferable, cost-effective protocols, performance and design relationships, and operating strategies that can be adapted by other water agencies for the planning and design of combined sewer overflow control facilities. One described approach for removing wet weather contaminants and disinfecting bacteria and other pathogens can be built at half the cost and one-tenth the footprint of conventional primary clarification and disinfection systems. The potential national cost savings could approach $20 billion. Published by WERF. 109 pages. Soft cover with CD-ROM that includes reports and events data.
Originally funded as WERF project 98-WWR-1P.