Sewer Remedial Measures Plan definition

Sewer Remedial Measures Plan means a plan developed pursuant to the requirements of Paragraph 49 or Paragraph 50 to address the sewer deficiencies identified during the sewer inspections performed pursuant to Paragraphs 45-46.

Examples of Sewer Remedial Measures Plan in a sentence

Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 2 shall identify and show on the GIS Sewage Collection Systems Map the sewer lines to be remediated and the schedule for completion of each sewer line remediation project.

The required capital plan is referred to as the Integrated Overflow Control Plan (IOCP), which will include the Utility’s combined sewer overflow (CSO) Long‐term Control Plan (LTCP) and a Sanitary Sewer Remedial Measures Plan (SSRMP).

The Sewer District shall complete implementation of Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 1 no later than three years from the date of EPA approval of Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 1.

Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 1 shall identify and show on the GIS Sewage Collection Systems Map the sewer lines to be remediated and the schedule for completion of each sewer line remediation project.

No later than six years from the Effective Date, the Sewer District shall submit to EPA for approval a Sewer Remedial Measures Plan to address the sewer deficiencies identified during the sewer inspections performed pursuant to the requirements of Paragraph 46(b) (Areas with a risk of sewer line failure and accessibility impediments) of this Consent Decree (“Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 2”).

The Sewer District shall complete implementation of Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 2 no later than four years from the date of EPA approval of Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 2.

No later than two years from the Effective Date, the Sewer District shall submit to EPA for approval a Sewer Remedial Measures Plan to address the sewer deficiencies identified during the sewer inspections performed pursuant to the requirements of Paragraph 46(a) (Areas with known SSOs) of this Consent Decree (“Sewer Remedial Measures Plan 1”).

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