Point Source Analysis. Inventory, Water Demands, and Problem Area Identification. (Areawide Waste Treatment Management Plan for the Greater Houston Area. Section 208, PL 92-500)

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1977

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This report documents the methodologies utilized and summarizes the results of three separate activities. These activities are: The inventory of point source discharges (municipal and industrial); the listing of existing water supply plans and projections of future water use, and the definition of problem areas determined by comparison with existing state stream standards

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48B Natural Resources & Earth Sciences: Natural Resource Management, 68D Environmental Pollution & Control: Water Pollution & Control, 91A Urban & Regional Technology & Development: Environmental Management & Planning, Biochemical oxygen demand, Coliform bacteria, Comparison, Discharge, Dissolved gases, Environmental protection, Houston, Industrial wastes, Inventories, Lake Livingston, Organic loading, Outfall sewers, Oxygen, pH, Point sources, Sewage treatment, Sites, Solid waste disposal, Surface waters, Temperature, Texas, Trinity River, United States, Urban areas, Waste water, Water, Water demand, Water pollution, Water quality data, Water supply

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