SSERPSocial Services Emergency Response Plan (Canada)
SSERPSewer System Evaluation and Rehabilitation Program (Louisiana)
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Ultimately, an agreement was reached with the Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that allowed the Sewerage and Water Board (S&WB) of New Orleans to go forward with the EPA-approved SSERP to prevent discharges and overflows from the sewage system.
Funding for all SSERP projects will come from three sources: Federal funds, via an EPA grant of $100 million; S&WB matching funds of $81 million, and other S&WB funds of $19 million.
Montgomery Watson Engineers of New Orleans became involved in the city's sewer evaluation and rehab program in October 1996, after the company won a contract from the S&WB to implement the SSERP effort.