Characterisation of urban stormwater runoff from separated sewer overflows in Luxembourg

M. Salvia-Castellvi, J. F. Iffly, C. Guignard & L. Pfister
Separated sewer overflows (SSOs) are well known for their overflows of untreated water during storm events. In this study, a total of 22 storms was surveyed in two separated sewer systems in the town of Luxembourg during the period from August 2003 to February 2004. For each storm event, both runoff and quality parameters were analysed. Inter-storm and intra-storm variability were determined for both sewers, and the relationships between Event Mean Concentrations (EMC) and runoff...

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Characterisation of urban stormwater runoff from separated sewer overflows in Luxembourg

M. Salvia-Castellvi, J. F. Iffly, C. Guignard & L. Pfister
Separated sewer overflows (SSOs) are well known for their overflows of untreated water during storm events. In this study, a total of 22 storms was surveyed in two separated sewer systems in the town of Luxembourg during the period from August 2003 to February 2004. For each storm event, both runoff and quality parameters were analysed. Inter-storm and intra-storm variability were determined for both sewers, and the relationships between Event Mean Concentrations (EMC) and runoff...

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