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Re: “Shelter from the Storm

Yes, i believe that the focus is wrong. To be realistic though, when it comes to fixing a combined sewer system, the residents do not want to be a part of the solution. A city can have lots of money but nobody wants their streets ripped up, their trees ripped out nor large storage tanks built in their back yards. As for the dishwasher soap...if you were able to reduce the phosphorous amounts too much, the WW plant will have to add some in for the process to work. The focus needs to be on tertiary treatment not preliminary.

Posted by geoffocache on 06/12/2010 at 1:01 PM

Re: “Shelter from the Storm

Very True. Can´t wait for the day that this will not be an issue.

Posted by geoffocache on 06/11/2010 at 10:54 AM

No Problem Kevin

Posted by geoffocache on 06/11/2010 at 10:53 AM

Re: “Shelter from the Storm

There is some misinformation above about the overflowing to the river. In this quote "Even by early Tuesday morning, after a day without rain, seven of the pipes were still discharging, according to the city Website." Just because the sites are flashing, it does not mean that the there is a discharge happening. Any momentary overflow will show up as a warning for 48 hours on the website. The web site is manually updated by a city employee who gets the alarm on a paging system. The web site is not directly linked to the overflow sites. If you would have read the paragraph above the alarms you would have read "If a site is flashing, that represents that a CSO overflow event is occurring or has occurred in the last 48 hours. The date and time listed is the start time of the overflow event and will automatically shut off after 48 hours."

Posted by geoffocache on 06/10/2010 at 9:21 AM

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