Working for Smart Growth:
More Livable Places and Open Spaces

 

Best Management Practices Guidance Documents

New Jersey’s cities face a multi-billion-dollar price-tag to fix combined sewer systems that dump over 7 billion gallons of raw sewage into our waterways every year. The cost of not fixing them will be even higher.

 

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Water Infrastructure that Works for Cities: Best Practices and Considerations for Preparing Long Term Control Plans to Control Combined Sewer Overflows

This white paper draws upon best practices from across the country to provide New Jersey’s CSO communities with smart solutions that employ innovation, reduce costs, and deliver tangible benefits that build community support.  

Water Infrastructure that Works for Cities powerpoint presentation

 

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Model RFP for New Jersey Combined Sewer Overflow Long Term Control Plans

This model RFP emphasizes the selection of professionals and  a scope of services that enable a CSO permittee or regional collaboration of permittees to develop a successful long term control plan — one that meets regulatory requirements in a cost-effective manner while maximizing benefits to the community.

Model RFP powerpoint presentation

 

 

Highlighted Combined Sewer Overflow City and Utility Documents:

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