Quality CSO Plans
Low Impact Development (LID) As a Solution to the CSO Problem In the NY-NJ Harbor Estuary
This policy brief, from NY/NJ Baykeeper, reviews legislation, case studies and technologies to make the case for the use of Low Impact Development practices to reduce stormwater flows in combined sewer systems in municipalities.
Hoboken City Hall Sustainable Stormwater Demonstration Project Concept Plan
This plan demonstrates how to capture stormwater runoff from Hoboken’s City Hall by using green and gray infrastructure. City of Hoboken. 2013.
Water Infrastructure in New Jersey’s CSO Cities: Elevating the Importance of Upgrading New Jersey’s Urban Water Systems
This report describes the new regulatory requirement facing the 21 New Jersey municipalities that have combined sewer systems, the characteristics of those cities and their combined sewer systems in particular, and the challenges they face in upgrading the systems. Prepared by Daniel Van Abs, PhD., for New Jersey Future. 2014.
Roxanne Qualls presentation on Cincinnati’s Water Infrastructure
This powerpoint by Roxanne Qualls, former mayor of Cincinnati, describes metropolitan Cincinnati’s holistic approach to drinking water, wastewater and stormwater including its successful programs to resolve combined sewer overflows. 2014.
Stormwater Utilities: A Funding Solution for New Jersey’s Stormwater Problems
This intern report provides an introduction to, and description of, stormwater utilities as a tool to manage stormwater in New Jersey more effectively. 2014.