World Sewer History
- Tracking Down the Roots of Our Sanitary Sewers
A chronology of sewer history throughout the world, by Jon C. Schladweiler, Historian, Arizona Water & Pollution Contol Association.
- Environmental History Timeline
By William (Bill) Kovarik, Ph.D.
- The Historical Development of Wet-Weather Flow Management
Around the World
Making Great Breakthroughs – All about the Sewage Works in Japan(Japan Sewage Works Association: Tokyo, ca. 2002), pp. 46-47.
- Toronto, Canada
- Victorian London is highlighted in a comprehensive website that includes a large amount of materials on Sewers and Sanitations (under “Health and Hygiene”).
History of Sewers in U.S. Metropolitan Areas
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Bremerton, Washington
- Burien, Washington
- Chicago, Illinois
- Detroit, Michigan – History of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Dept.
- District of Columbia
- Los Angeles, California – A Century of Service
- Los Angeles, California – A history by Ralph Shaffer, Professor Emeritus, Cal State Polytechnic Institute
- Louisville, Kentucky
- Lynn, Massachusetts
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Deep Tunnel Project. More info.
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Mobile, Alabama
- New York City Underground – National Geographic
- Newark, New Jersey – History by Glenn Modica
- Newark, New Jersey
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Rhode Island
- San Diego / Tijuana, California
- Salt Lake City, Utah
- Santa Cruz, California
- Seattle, Washington – History of King County’s Regional Wastewater Treatment Utility
- Springfield, Missouri
- St. Petersburg, Florida
- Tacoma, Washington
- Tucson, Arizona – Tracing Our Roots
The evolutionary development of the sanitary sewage system for the greater Tucson metropolitan area, by Jon C. Schladweiler, Historian, Arizona Water & Pollution Contol Association.