This paper describes some results of an integrated model development and its application to the Høvringen wastewater system in Trondheim, Norway. Major model development needs concern the integration of sewage production, transport and treatment simulation, the interface with existing databases and the possibility of simulating processes that are controlled in real time. The developed integrated model has been used to design the treatment process as well as static and dynamic measures in both the catchment and the sewer system. These measures include extended pumping, adjustment of overflows, separation of storm water runoff from “non-effective separate systems”, retention and real-time control of the sewer tunnel volume.

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