Case Study

South Bend Reduces CSO Volume By 70%, Saving $400 Million In CapEx Spending Using "Smart Sewer" Technology

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Prior to 2008, virtually every time it rained heavily, the City of South Bend faced sewer overflows into the landmark St. Joseph River because the City's aging sewer system could not handle the excess discharge.

To reduce the 1-2 billion gallons of polluted water dumped in the St. Joseph River annually, and the huge environmental, social, and economic costs associated with the ongoing issue, the City partnered with Xylem and embraced a way to harness intelligent watershed technology to optimize its existing sewer system, without the need to build costly new grey infrastructure.

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