Urban stormwater controls operations and maintenance / prepared by the Urban Stormwater Controls Operations and Maintenance Task Force of the Water Environment Federation and the American Society of Civil Engineeers/Environmental & Water Resources Institute ; under the direction of the Stormwater Subcommittee of the Technical Practice Committee.

Water Environment Federation. Urban Stormwater Controls Operations and Maintenance Task Force [Browse]
  • Chicago : Water Environment Federation, 2022.
  • ©2022.
xxx, 386 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm


  • Manual of practice ; no. 39. [More in this series]
  • ASCE manuals and reports on engineering practice ; no. 153. [More in this series]
  • WEF Manual of Practice ; No. 39
  • ASCE/EWRI Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice ; No. 153
Summary note
The effectiveness of stormwater management programs depends largely on how well and how safely stormwater control measures (SCMs) perform over time. This manual provides best practices for the continued operation of SCMs, with a target audience of designers, utility managers, and O&M staff.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Program development and regulatory framework / Jason T. Sanson, Anwer Ahmed, Maya Carasquillo
  • Design and construction maintenance considerations / Andy Sauer, Lauren Moore, Brenda Macke
  • Conventional stormwater control measures and green infrastructure maintenance / Shandor Szalay, Kevin Flynn
  • Inspection and maintenance during and after construction (protocols) / Ed Othmer, Maureen Kerner
  • Asset management and tools / Mark Van Auken, Maureen Kerner
  • Personnel, equipment, and cost consideration / Fernando Pasquel, Shandor Szalay
  • Maintenance scheduling / Brian Currier, Kirk Van Rooyan
  • Operations and maintenance forms, logs, and reporting / Aiza Jose-Sanchez, Eric Caldwell, Jordan Duncan, Kelia Smoot
  • Case studies / Fernando Pasquel, Victoria Chou, Lisa Treese, Brenda Macke.
  • 9781572784079 ((paperback))
  • 1572784075 ((paperback))
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