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Industrial Wastes 2002

Session 1 – Biological Treatment

Full-Scale Operating Experience with a Biological Nitrogen Removal System
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Givens, Silas W.; Skedsvold, Daniel A.

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Using the Comprehensive Performance Evaluation Approach to Optimize Industrial Waste Treatment Facilities
pp. 39-52(14)
Authors: Schuyler, Ronald G.; Rothberg, Michael R.; Skirvin, Deb; Hamilton, Steve; Peters, Kelly

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Session 2 - Corporate EH&S Services: Environmental and Financial Value-Added Performance

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Session 3 – Treatment, Monitoring & Measurement Innovations

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TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON AS A PROCESS AND COMPLIANCE TOOL
pp. 114-120(7)
Authors: Kiser, Phil; Molina, Miguel

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Session 4 – Updates on Effluent Guidelines and Regulatory Drivers

WASTEWATER TREATMENT REGULATORY DRIVERS FROM THE CLEAN AIR ACT
pp. 193-210(18)
Authors: Wittry, Dawn M.; Sandy, Tom

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Promoting Watershed-based NPDES Permits to Support Integrated Local Action
pp. 211-219(9)
Authors: Bradley, Patrick; DuBay, Kellie; Salter, Joel; Kime, Robin; Lape, Jeffrey

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Session 5 – Food Industry Treatment and Permitting

STREAMLINING THE PERMIT PROCESS FOR LAND APPLICATION OF FOOD-PROCESSING WASTEWATER
pp. 220-234(15)
Authors: Anderson, Michael; Richard, Dave

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Full-Scale Operating Experience with a Biological Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal System Treating High-Strength Potato Processing Wastewater
pp. 235-246(12)
Authors: Meininger, Stephen O.; Givens, Silas W.; Johnson, Dale L.; Daigger, Glenn T.

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CASE STUDIES OF LOW-RATE ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF DAIRY PROCESSING WASTEWATERS
pp. 255-274(20)
Authors: Grant, Shannon; Landine, Robert; Wilson, Dwain; Molina, José; Norton, Scott; Qiu, Zhiping; Cocci, Albert

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Flow Equalization, Hydrolysis and Nutrient Imbalance A Case Study of a Snack Food Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant
pp. 291-306(16)
Authors: Liu, Wenjun; Lee, George; Goodley, Jim; Bubel, Mark; Blank, Drew; Moran, Steve

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Session 6 – Pollution Prevention/Water Reuse

WASTEWATER RECYCLING AT A METALWORKING AND ELECTROPLATING FACILITY
pp. 319-325(7)
Author: Forzley, Philip E.

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ONCE THROUGH COOLING OF CHILLERS USING MUNICIPAL RECLAIMED WATER – FEASIBILITY EVALUATION
pp. 326-339(14)
Authors: Ganesh, Rajagopalan; Leong, Lawrence Y. C.; Larson, Lory L.; Sung, Roger D.

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Session 7 – Physical/Chemical Treatment

A Mass Balanced Approach to Process Control of a High Density Sludge Process
pp. 392-412(21)
Authors: Sandy, Tom; Goettsch, Guy; Raiford, Rock; Hollinbeck, Mara

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ELECTROCHEMICAL TREATMENT OF RECALCITRANT WASTEWATER
pp. 413-425(13)
Authors: Pak, Daewon; Chung, Dowon

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Membrane Technology for Industrial Wastewater Treatment
pp. 426-438(13)
Author: Hartwell, Robert C.

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Improved Dewatering Technology of Steel Industry's Sludges by an Electrochemical System
pp. 439-449(11)
Authors: Lee, J. L.; Lee, J. H.; Chun, H. D.

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THE APPLICATION OF PLANT LATEX FOR THE TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS
pp. 450-455(6)
Authors: Pushkerlal, M.; Balasubramanian, S.

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Session 8 – Regulatory Issues

THE CLEAN WATER ACT: LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AT THE EPA AND IN THE COURTS
pp. 456-465(10)
Authors: Walls, Sarah K.; Cantey&Hanger, L. L. P.

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EPA SWAP Program - Reviewed by an Industrial Facility
pp. 466-483(18)
Author: May, Robert J.

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THE SELENIUM STAKEHOLDERS – A CASE STUDY FOR A TMDL ALTERNATIVE
pp. 510-531(22)
Authors: Congram, Anthony; Reeves, Sarah; Linenfelser, Bret; Canton, Steve

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SELECTION AND DESIGN OF EMISSION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY FOR INDUSTRIAL LANDFILL GAS
pp. 541-559(19)
Authors: Pintenich, Jeffrey L.; Ash, Robert E.

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Session 9 – Groundwater Remediation

“Enhanced Biodegradation of Chlorobenzenes in Groundwater”
pp. 560-573(14)
Authors: Kretschman, Stephen J.; Burns, Matthew; Fleming, Martha E.

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DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR SMALL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS – A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY
pp. 574-581(8)
Authors: Mukherjee, Sudhi; Salerno, Lance P.; Torrens, Kevin D.

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DO EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES HOLD THE KEY TO RECLAIMING IMPAIRED GROUNDWATER RESOURCES IN THE NYC METROPOLITAN AREA?
pp. 582-590(9)
Authors: Tornatore, Paul M.; Rhodes, John A.; Nickelsen, Michael G.; Richardson, Donald W.; Cooper, William J.

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METALS TREATMENT: SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE!
pp. 591-597(7)
Authors: Brunt, Lawrence G.; Bambrick, Thomas C.; Schiffman, Reeva I.

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COMMON MYTHS, MISCONCEPTIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT MTBE: WHERE ARE WE NOW?
pp. 598-606(9)
Authors: Woodward, Richard E.; Sloan, Richard L.

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POTENTIAL OF MEMBRANE SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY FOR FLUORIDE REMOVAL FROM UNDERGROUND WATER
pp. 620-636(17)
Authors: Meenakshi; Maheshwari, R. C.; Hoelzel, G.

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Session 10 – Methods, Models & Tools for the Environment

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THE POLLUTION PREVENTION (P2) FRAMEWORK AND THE PBT PROFILER: PREVENTION STARTS AT R & D
pp. 739-776(38)
Authors: Waugh, Bill; Wilson, Maggie; Rodier, Don

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Session 11 – Industrial Research By WERF

SENSOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR WATER QUALITY MONITORING
pp. 777-785(9)
Authors: Frymier, Paul; Lajoie, Curtis A.; Kelly, Christine J.

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WERF: Upset Early Warning Systems For Biological Wastewater Treatment
pp. 786-816(31)
Authors: Bott, Charles; HENRIQUES, INES D. S.; KELLY, RICHARD T.; DAUPHINAIS, JENNIFER L.; LOVE, NANCY G.

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ENHANCING BIODEGRADABILITY OF REFRACTORY AROMATICS IN WASTEWATER: PRETREATMENT WITH ELEMENTAL IRON
pp. 833-846(14)
Authors: Perey, Jennie R.; Lubenow, Brian L.; Chiu, Pei C.; Huang, Chin-Pao; Cha, Daniel K.

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PROTOCOLS TO EVALUATE SECONDARY CLARIFIER PERFORMANCE
pp. 858-868(11)
Author: Wahlberg, Eric J.

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Session 12 – Biological Treatment

A Comparative Study of Nitrification Inhibition by Heavy Metals: the Influence of Metal Exposure Time on Biological Effect
pp. 869-887(19)
Authors: Hu, Zhiqiang; Chandran, Kartik; Grasso, Domenico; Smets, Barth F.

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BENEFITS OF USING NITRATE AS NUTRIENT IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE TREATMENT SYSTEM
pp. 888-896(9)
Authors: Flippin, T. Houston; Moye, David; Eckenfelder, W. Wesley

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IMPROVED RELIABILITY OF A NITRIFICATION/DENITRIFICATION ACTIVATED SLUDGE TREATMENT PLANT THROUGH A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH
pp. 897-906(10)
Authors: Egli, Janet B.; Green, Nicholas J.; Adams, Carl E.; Chi, C.T.

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FOUR YEARS OPERATING EXPERIENCE OF A NITE-DENITE SYSTEM WITH A HIGH STRENGTH COKE PLANT WASTEWATER
pp. 907-933(27)
Authors: Shelby, Sam E.; Hausmann, Matthew M.; Maddalena, Frederick L.

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Evaluation of Methods for Assessing Biomass Activity in Biological Treatment Processes
pp. 934-950(17)
Authors: Young, James C.; Cho, Young-Tai

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Water Quality Responses to Aeration of Glycol-Contaminated Streams in Cold Temperatures: A Case Study at CVG Airport
pp. 962-978(17)
Authors: Yang, Y. Jeffrey; Hale, Alan; Chapman, Don; Keith, Dale

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WET-WEATHER POLLUTION PREVENTION THROUGH MATERIALS SUBSTITUTION AS PART OF INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION
pp. 979-995(17)
Authors: Clark, Shirley E.; Lalor, Melinda M.; Pitt, Robert; Field, Richard

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STORMWATER BMP IMPLEMENTATION AND CONSTRUCTABILITY
pp. 996-1007(12)
Author: Galey, James

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Session 14 – Contaminated Sediments – Getting to the Bottom of the Controversy

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EVALUATING THE STABILITY OF CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS
pp. 1059-1064(6)
Author: Connolly, John P.

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Session 15 – Pharmaceutical Industry Treatment and Regulatory Issues

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Session 15 – Pharmaceutical Industry Treatment and Regulatory IssuesSession 15 – Pharmaceutical Industry Treatment and Regulatory Issues

TREATMENT OF A COMPLEX CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS WASTEWATER FROM A PHARMACEUTICALS MANUFACTURER
pp. 1114-1123(10)
Authors: Virnig, Terrence; Melka, Joel; Fleming, Glenda; Meidl, John

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Session 15 – Pharmaceutical Industry Treatment and Regulatory Issues

DESIGN OF A STEAM STRIPPER / DISTILLATION PROCESS TO TREAT PHARMACEUTICAL WASTEWATER
pp. 1124-1140(17)
Authors: Mullen, William; Kranz, Vincent; Schroeder, Robert; O'Brien, Paul J.

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