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Collection Systems 2004
Innovative Approaches to Collection Systems Management

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Session 1: Municipal Approaches to Basement Backups

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It Just Goes Away
pp. 9-12(4)
Author: Berg, Dan

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MSD OF GREATER CINCINNATI'S RESPONSE TO BASEMENT BACKUP
pp. 13-22(10)
Authors: Campbell, Robert; Madden, Dennis; Donovan, Steve

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APPLICATION OF PORTLAND'S EXPLICIT COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM MODELS
pp. 23-40(18)
Authors: Forseth, Derek; Mandilag, Arnel

Session 2: Monitoring & Control of Collection Systems

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REAL TIME CONTROL ASSESSMENT
pp. 41-54(14)
Authors: Cheung, Philip; O'Leary, Dan; Oshiomegie, Omone; Plaskett, Joe; Volden, Rayna; Schultz, Nancy

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SAMPLING OF WET SANITARY COLLECTION SYSTEMS: HOW IT COMPARES TO CSO
pp. 55-71(17)
Authors: Weeks, Gregory; Schobert, Mark; Igwe, Anthony; McCormack, Clayton

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BE WARY OF WEALLY WOUGH WAVES Identifying and Quantifying the Impact of Standing Waves on Flow Measurement
pp. 72-86(15)
Authors: Stevens, Patrick L.; Kimbrough, Hal; Enfinger, Kevin

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DESIGN AND INTEGRATION OF SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION (SCADA) SYSTEM MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT
pp. 87-95(9)
Authors: Farmer, Bill; Glueckstein, Lee; Atanossov, Kris; Moe, Gene; Rebitski, Robert; Llort, Gabriel

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OCCURRENCE AND LEVELS OF ORGANIC PRIORITY POLLUTANTS IN COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE CHICAGO METROPOLITAN AREA
pp. 96-111(16)
Authors: Zhang, Heng; Jain, Jain S.; Sawyer, Bernard; Khalil, Mary

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DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF PUMP STATION OPERATION USING A REAL-TIME CONTROL HYDRAULIC MODEL
pp. 112-128(17)
Authors: Zhu, Guang; Chiang, W. Walter; Paredes, C. Bill

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Session 3: Dynamic Rehabilitation Projects

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HOW EFFECTIVE IS COLLECTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION?
pp. 139-152(14)
Authors: Dent, Shawn; Ohlemutz, Rolf; Wright, Leonard; Sathyanarayan, Priya

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ESTIMATING THE CONDITION OF UNINSPECTED SEWER PIPELINES
pp. 162-178(17)
Authors: Wright, Len; Dent, Shawn; Ohlemutz, Rolf

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Fort Wayne Uses Segmental Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) Liner to Renew a Century-old Brick Sewer
pp. 190-198(9)
Authors: Hicks, Mike; Teusch, Joe; Short, T.J.; Osborn, Lynn E.

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REPLACING A 1940'S CAST IRON PIPE CROSSING A MAJOR RIVER
pp. 209-222(14)
Authors: Trask, Thomas B.; Grubbs, D. Randolph; McPherson, P. Troy

Session 4: Effectiveness of I/I Removal Approaches

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I/I Reduction Cost Effectiveness: The Results of Milwaukee MSD's Demonstration Project
pp. 223-236(14)
Authors: Heinz, Steve; Lukas, Andy; McMullin, Julie

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DEVELOPMENT OF MILWAUKEE MSD'S PRIVATE PROPERTY INFILTRATION AND INFLOW CONTROL PROGRAM
pp. 237-266(30)
Authors: Gonwa, Willie; Simmons, Thomas F.; Schultz, Nancy U.

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IMPROVING CONFIDENCE LEVELS FOR MEASUREMENT OF INTERCEPTOR CAPACITY AND I/I
pp. 267-293(27)
Authors: Kurz, George E.; Williams, Dwight; Gardner, Michael R.; Stone, Shanna

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LOCATING THE PROBLEM: A REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF I/I IN KING COUNTY, WA
pp. 294-318(25)
Authors: Morgan, Michael; Swarner, Bob; Lampard, Mark; Ji, Zhong; Crawford, Bruce; Pang, Joseph

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LESSONS LEARNED ON A PILOT I/I REMOVAL PROJECT
pp. 319-343(25)
Authors: Jones, Lori; Scheuerman, Cheryl; Warburton, Jack; Sturgill, Dan

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REDUCE FLOW OR INSTALL BIGGER PIPES – A UTILITY DILEMMA
pp. 344-351(8)
Authors: Hamid, Rizwan; Hannan, Phil M.; Czerr, David W.

Session 5: Tools to Work with Your Regulators

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IMPLEMENTING AND EVALUATING CMOM PROGRAMS IN WISCONSIN
pp. 352-358(7)
Authors: Schuettpelz, Duane H.; Saltes, Jack

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EMERGING WET WEATHER ISSUES FOR MUNICIPAL PERMITS
pp. 366-377(12)
Authors: Nemura, Adrienne; Moore, Julia S.

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U.S. EPA'S REPORT TO CONGRESS ON COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS
pp. 378-385(8)
Authors: Moore, Julia; Valente, Cynthia; Sullivan, Michael; DeBell, Kevin

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COMBINED SEWER SEPARATION – NOT NECESSARILY THE ANSWER TO CSO CONTROL
pp. 386-407(22)
Authors: Heath, Gregory R.; Grant, Geoffrey M.; Seymour, Richard S.

Session 6: Watershed Approach to Comprehensive Planning

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A MATTER OF GOOD BUSINESS PRACTICE: MMSD'S COMPREHENSIVE CMOM COMPLIANCE STRATEGY
pp. 424-435(12)
Authors: Lukas, Andy; Jensen, Debra; Courchaine, Jim

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PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT AND THE WATERSHED APPROACH
pp. 463-474(12)
Authors: Foy, Beth; Sands, Karen

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Water Quality Planning in the Greater Milwaukee Watersheds: A Collaborative Watershed Approach
pp. 475-490(16)
Authors: Bate, Timothy R.; Schultz, Nancy U.; Marchese, Patrick T.

Session 7: Show Me the Money?

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PROACTIVE FINANCIAL PLANNING IN A SMALL COMMUNITY
pp. 504-510(7)
Authors: May, Jeff M.; Stevens, Charles G.

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FUNDING DILEMMA: CMOM's EVIL WITCH OF THE WEST
pp. 511-519(9)
Authors: Cate, Clifford K.; Wade, Mark G.; Johnson, G. Alan; Jarocki, William L.

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FUNDING OPTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING A PRIVATE PROPERTY INFILTRATION AND INFLOW CONTROL PROGRAM
pp. 520-533(14)
Authors: Matichich, Mike; Gonwa, Willie; Simmons, Thomas F.; Pearson, Norman

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BUILDING A BETTER BUSINESS CASE FOR FUNDING SEWER REHABILITATION
pp. 558-566(9)
Authors: Miles, Wayne; Moyer, Jack; Ridge, Joe

Session 8: Evolution of Deep Tunnels

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CHICAGO'S DEEP TUNNEL – HISTORY AND EVOLUTION
pp. 577-584(8)
Authors: Farnan, J. C.; Sobanski, J. P.; Venuso, N.; Gronski, A.

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THE NORTHWEST SIDE RELIEF SEWER TUNNEL CREATIVELY SOLVES PROBLEMS IN MILWAUKEE'S WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS
pp. 585-604(20)
Authors: Oksuz, Faruk; Maurer, Roger; Marchese, Patrick

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THE USE OF REAL TIME CONTROL IN A DYNAMIC MODEL TO CONTROL TUNNEL INFLOW AND DEWATERING
pp. 605-621(17)
Authors: Rosenberg, Daniel M.; Witwer, Michael D.; Switalski, Richard

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THE EVOLUTION OF THE MILWAUKEE TUNNEL SYSTEM: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
pp. 622-629(8)
Authors: Shafer, Kevin L.; McCabe, Michael J.

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Deep Tunnel O&M- Milwaukee's 10 Years of Lessons Learned
pp. 630-638(9)
Authors: Munsey, Frank; Roddy, Mike; Jankowski, John

Session 9: New Technology in System Management

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WHY SATELLITE TREATMENT WITHIN COLLECTION SYSTEMS MAKES SENSE
pp. 639-657(19)
Author: Andoh, Robert Y.G.

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CRISIS COMMUNICATION PLAN SUCCESSFULLY SUPPORTS LARGE REGIONAL SEWER PROJECT
pp. 674-686(13)
Authors: Kalinowski, Steven A.; Baratta, John H.

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RISK MANAGEMENT FOR MICROTUNNELED SEWERS
pp. 687-701(15)
Author: Hunt, Steven W.

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Session 10: How to Get Your Public Involved with Sewers

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ACHIEVING CONSENSUS – A SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION OF LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR ESTABLISHING MUNICIPAL PEAK FLOW STANDARDS
pp. 737-744(8)
Authors: Bennett, David J.; Bergstedt, Loren; Soderberg, Kurt N. W.; Metso, Michael J.; Anderson, Keith

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I/I Reduction in the City of Salem, Oregon A Historical Perspective
pp. 745-760(16)
Authors: Roley, Ken; Lough, Dale

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MIAMI-DADE LATERAL PILOT PROGRAM
pp. 761-767(7)
Authors: Cowgill, James T.; Lovett, Rodney J.; Torrealba, Franklin

Session 11: Innovative O&M Solutions

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MANAGING COLLECTION SYSTEMS FIELD CREWS FOR SUCCESS – A PORTLAND, OREGON CASE STUDY
pp. 791-800(10)
Authors: Shephard, Kelly D.; Morris, Deborah Sievert

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SITE SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS – VACUUM SEWERS
pp. 801-814(14)
Author: Metcalf, Thomas C.

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NEED A NEW TOOL FOR ASSESSING SANITARY SEWERS? FELL-41 MAY PROVIDE SOME LIGHT
pp. 826-832(7)
Authors: Brown, Christopher H.; Moyer, Jack W.

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Session 12: The Real Value of Computer Modeling

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Modeling Principles Sustained Through 25 Years of Application
pp. 888-908(21)
Authors: Schultz, Nancy; Heinz, Steve; Locke, Elizabeth; Bennett, Dave

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COLLECTION SYSTEM MODELING FOR HYDRAULIC OPTIMIZATION IN BOSTON
pp. 909-936(28)
Authors: Soucie, Lawrence; Tsay, Sharon; Brocard, Dominique; Walker, Donald; Kubaska, Brian L.

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USING NEURAL NETWORK MODELS TO PREDICT WASTEWATER FLOWS
pp. 937-954(18)
Authors: El-Din, Ahmed G.; Smith, Daniel W.; Krill, William P.

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100 YEAR STORM SSO CONTROL PROGRAM
pp. 955-965(11)
Authors: Hogan, William R.; Sedki, Maria; LaCross, Thomas D.

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The Path to Capacity Assessment
pp. 966-971(6)
Authors: Moisio, Susan; Johnstone, Ralph; Gatterdam, Melissa

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