U.S. EPA research on urban stormwater pollution control

A. N. Tafuri & R. Field
ABSTRACT The U.S. EPA\342\200\231s Urban Watershed Management Branch is responsible for developing and demonstrating technologies and methods required to manage the risk to public health, property and the environment from wet weather flows (WWF) in urban watersheds. The activities are primarily aimed at restoring surface waters in the context of water quality uses intended for aquatic life and recreation. WWFs include combined sewer overflow (CSO), sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) and urban storm water. The primary...

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U.S. EPA research on urban stormwater pollution control

A. N. Tafuri & R. Field
ABSTRACT The U.S. EPA\342\200\231s Urban Watershed Management Branch is responsible for developing and demonstrating technologies and methods required to manage the risk to public health, property and the environment from wet weather flows (WWF) in urban watersheds. The activities are primarily aimed at restoring surface waters in the context of water quality uses intended for aquatic life and recreation. WWFs include combined sewer overflow (CSO), sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) and urban storm water. The primary...

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