Case Study

Real-Time Digital Analytics Identifies More Than 180 Million Gallons Of Annual CSO Reduction

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The City of Richmond turns to Xylem Wastewater Network Optimization to identify critical CSO-reducing projects, putting them on a path to regulatory compliance while avoiding costly and unnecessary infrastructure.

For decades, the City of Richmond’s Department of Public Utilities has been working to reduce combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and improve water quality in the James River. Despite making significant improvements, the City still experiences between one and three billion gallons of annual overflow and is actively working to reach Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) water quality goals. This lingering challenge, combined with an increasing number of severe weather events, has led Richmond to seek out innovative and cost-effective technologies to help deliver sewer performance improvements.

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