Urban growth and the development of an urban sewer system

city of Cincinnati, 1800-1915
  • 203 Pages
  • 0.92 MB
  • English
RONNHU Publishers , Cincinnati
Sewerage -- Ohio -- Cincinnati -- History., Sewerage -- Design and construction., Cincinnati (Ohio) -- Social conditions -- 19th century., Cincinnati (Ohio) -- History., Cincinnati (Ohio) -- Politics and govern


Cincinnati (Ohio), Ohio, Cinci

StatementRaja R. Roomann.
LC ClassificationsTD524.O3 .R66 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 203 p., [5] leaves of plates (3 folded) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3960051M
LC Control Number2001117254

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(Credit: Alan Cressler, USGS). In some urban areas there are combined sewer systems that are sewers that are designed to collect rainwater runoff, domestic sewage, and industrial wastewater in the same pipe.

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This master plan was not based on percentage linear growth but rather on future development scenarios – development time frames were determined by the. (25) "Urban growth" refers to growth that makes intensive use of land for the location of buildings, structures, and impermeable surfaces to such a degree as to be incompatible with the primary use of land for the production of food, other agricultural products, or fiber, or the extraction of mineral resources, rural uses, rural development.

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