Fort Lee Combined Sewer Overflow Discharge Characterization Study

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Project Information

  • Location: Fort Lee, New Jersey

  • Client: Borough of Fort Lee

  • Disciplines: Rainfall Monitoring, GIS Mapping, Field Investigations, Hydraulic Modeling

The primary objectives of this Rainfall Monitoring Program were to determine the following:

• A correlation between rainfall characteristics and the frequency of occurrence of Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) discharges;
• An understanding of the rainfall characteristics in the study area;
• A network of real-time rainfall monitoring for use in the monitoring and modeling of CSO drainage basins; and
• Establishing additional goals under the Modeling Quality Assurance Work Plan, which defined the short-term goals of the monitoring and modeling analysis.

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