Long Term Control Plan


The Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Long Term Control Plan (LTCP) is the planning document for construction of sewer improvements which establishes the overall direction for the MDC’s Clean Water Project. This project is being undertaken to comply with enforcement action from both the CT DEEP related to combined sewer overflows and the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) related to sanitary sewer overflows.



2018 INTEGRATED PLAN AND LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN UPDATE FINAL REPORT

VOLUME I. Needs Assessment
VOLUME II. 2018 Long Term Control Plan Update
VOLUME II. 2018 Long Term Control Plan Update Appendices (PART 1)
VOLUME II. 2018 Long Term Control Plan Update Appendices (PART 2)
VOLUME III. Integrated Plan

Public Comments and District Responses - December 2018
Summary of Public Documents - December 2018

TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS
Bloomfield
East Hartford
Hartford
Newington
Rocky Hill
Windsor

OTHER MATERIALS
Integrated Plan Presentation To MDC Board 10.1.1


2017
2017 Long Term Control Plan Update Presentation (January 9)
2017 Long Term Control Plan Update Issue Summary

2015
The CSO LTCP Update of 2012 (approved by CT DEEP in 2015) reflects changes in the overall program from the base plan of 2005 (approved by the CT DEEP in 2007) and reflects a continuing planning process for this 20 year project to address water pollution issues caused by combined sewers.

Long Term Control Plan (2012 Update)
Long Term Control Plan Fact Sheet
Long Term Control Plan Definitions / Glossary of Terms