Rouge Project Presentations on the
Illicit Discharge Elimination Program
Representatives of the Rouge Project have presented numerous technical
papers and presentations at professional meetings and conferences
about the illicit discharge elimination program being used in the
Rouge River watershed. Those papers and presentations are listed
below and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate title.
See also Illicit
Discharge Elimination Program Reports for more technical information
on the watershed management program.
||TITLE OF PAPER OR PRESENTATION AND AUTHOR(S)
||Evaluation and Management of On-Site Sewage
Disposal Systems: New Challenges, New Initiatives, New Partnerships by
Barry Johnson, Richard Fleece, and Steve Tackitt, 11 pages, American
Society of Agricultural Engineers.
||Using GIS Tools
To Implement an Illicit Discharge Elimination Program in Livonia,
Michigan by Christine A. Rohrer and Robert J. Beckley, Watershed
||The Do's and Don'ts
on Implementing a Successful Illicit Connection Program
by Dean Tuomari, 12 pages, WEF Specialty Conference.
to Implementation-Finding Illicit Connections by Barry Johnson
& Dean Tuomari, 7 pages, WEF Specialty Conference, Denver.
||Did You Know...The
Impact of On-Site Sewage Systems And Illicit Discharges On The
Rouge River by Barry Johnson and Dean Tuomari, 10 pages,
The National Conference on Retrofit Opportunities for Water
Resource Protection in Urban Environments, Chicago.
of Illicit Connections in Storm Sewers: An Innovative Approach
Using Stable Isotopes, by Sangal, Suresh K., Pradeep K.
Aggarwal, Dean Tuomari, 12 pages, WEFTEC 96, Dallas.
||Rouge River Watershed
Illicit Sewer Connection Detection Program: A GIS Application
by Dean Tuomari, John Foley and Ellen Taylor, 14 pages, ESRI
Annual Conference, Palm Springs, CA.
Rouge Project Presentations on the Illicit Discharge Elimination Program
Last Updated: 3/20/2004
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