Order No: P09104
Publisher: Water Environment Federation (WEF)
Year: 1999 Table of Contents
As the integrity of sewer systems begins to deteriorate due to old age, poor design, lack of maintenance, and budget restrictions, the system's ability to transport wastewater to treatment facilities is causing a number of problems. Although it is recognized that public sewer mains are becoming older and are subject to infiltration/inflow, private building sewer connections, just as old as the mains, are ignored and receive little or no maintenance and inspection. This monograph publication focuses on private building connections (PBSCs) and helps system operators to better understand the effects of infiltration/inflow coming from the PBSCs. A nationwide survey of sewer system overflow is presented and discussed. Published by WEF. Soft Cover. 99 pages. 1999.
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