Springfield : Wastewater master plan
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The Springfield Wastewater System Master Plan is intended to identify existing and future capacity constraints, determine capacity requirements and identify system improvements necessary to meet the city of Springfield's projected population and employment growth through the (2025) planning year. The hydraulic model used to develop Springfield's Wastewater Master Plan (WWMP) was developed with current inventory and land use data provided by the City. Wet Weather Flow Management Plan (WWFMP) results were considered, and based on additional monitoring data and updated modeling results, a refined solution for Springfield was developed. [From the Plan]
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