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Connecting CSO Abatement and Sustainability Planning: Success Stories

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Date Published: December 2014

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This briefing paper explores cities that connected Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) abatement and city planning.  Both initiatives involve a great amount of effort and creative energy, and both have the potential for community transformation; linking them presents an opportunity for even greater benefit.

Keywords: implementation; combined sewer overflow; case study; consent decree; infrastructure; water infrastructure

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  • Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN)
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