Wastewater
Water utilities are increasingly viewing wastewater as another potential source of drinking water and how the water and wastewater industries are very similar in the overall size of both industries, and how they both use the same technological approaches and systems. Both industries are faced with a critical need for infrastructure replacement and capital expenditures, and because both industries have the economic characteristics of natural monopolies, they demonstrate similar tendencies toward consolidation. 
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TREATMENT ESSENTIALS



COLLECTION SYSTEM ESSENTIALS

The capacity, management, operation and maintenance (CMOM) language under the Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) rule was developed to provide guidance for utilities on how to manage and operate their systems to reduce overflows. Though SSO rules haven't been officially adopted nationally, many states and regions are being proactive in requiring CMOM compliance, realizing such guidance will result in improved operation and productivity and protection of public health.

Collection System Operator Resources

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