The Control and Treatment of Industrial and Municipal Stormwater available in Hardcover
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Written by experts in stormwater technology, this resource provides an overview of EPA's 1990 NNPDES permitting system and details the steps involved in putting together a stormwater management model that can be used to determine the level of pollutants in a municipal drainage system. Using case studies, it highlights management control techniques that can be used to correct pollutant problems, including watershed area technologies and practices, source treatment, flow attenuation, and storm runoff infiltration strategies.
About the Author
About the Editor Peter E. Moffa is a principal of Moffa and Associates of Syracuse, New York, a consulting firm specializing in water quality investigations and stormwater and Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) technology. An active member of the Water and Environment Federation with more than 25 years of experience in stormwater and CSO engineering, Mr. Moffa has participated in major EPA-sponsored demonstration projects, directed hundreds of industrial facility and municipal plans, and been involved in the ## pollution abatement facilities.
Table of ContentsOverview of Stormwater Requirements (P. Moffa, et al.).
Identifying the Problem: Simulating Stormwater Problems with Mathematical Models (S. Nix).
Receiving Water Impacts (P. Freedman & D. Dilks).
Stormwater Pollution Abatement Technologies (R. Field).