I/I

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AcronymDefinition
I/IInfiltration/Inflow
I/IInitial Installation
I/IIndustrial and Institutional
I/IInstallation/Implementation
I/IInboard/Inboard
I/IInventory/Inspection Report
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The infrastructure GIS also is a starting platform for incorporating condition-assessment data and information from the city's infiltration/inflow, sanitary sewer overflow, and NPDES permitting projects.
Infiltration/inflow (I/I) is defined in the Federal Code as follows: "Infiltration - Water other than wastewater that enters a sewerage system (including sewer service connections) from the ground through such means as defective pipes, pipe joints, connections, or manholes.
* Where are the areas with high infiltration/inflow? And what is the impact and possible resolution of problems associated with high I/I levels?
The similarities between the two sets of data are striking and seem to strongly implicate river infiltration/inflow (I/I) as a major source of high sewer system flows.
Application of these products can result in stopping infiltration/inflow, protecting the existing structure from corrosion and further deterioration and rebuilding of the structure back to its former dimensions.
The recently awarded contract extensions for this program are for infiltration/inflow (I/I) source identification and sewer system rehabilitation design.
Such a system - with rain gauges and pump station flow meters in-place - can also be used for compliance monitoring as well as CSO studies and infiltration/inflow work.
The activities to improve the wastewater collections system include infiltration/inflow, sanitary sewer evaluation surveys, as well as subsequent design and construction necessary to improvements in the wastewater collection system.