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WEF/A&WMA Industrial Wastes 2004

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Session 1: Operational Challenges and Treatment Successes

ENZYMATIC REMOVAL OF PHENOL FROM WATER AND SUBSEQUENT INACTIVATION OF THE ENZYME LACCASE
pp. 7-21(15)
Authors: Dasgupta, S.; Taylor, K. E.; Biswas, N.; Bewtra, J. K.

A PAPER COMPANY AND A CITY TEAM TO RESOLVE A WASTEWATER TREATMENT CAPACITY CRISIS
pp. 22-31(10)
Authors: Saikkonen, Alan J.; Zilkowski, Richard; Palmer, James

Session 2: Food Industry Treatment Issues I

COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF UF AND DAF IN INDUSTRIAL FOOD WASTE PRETREATMENT APPLICATIONS
pp. 40-41(2)
Authors: Johnson, J.; Myers, J.; Thomas-Benke, B.

Session 3: Chemical Industry Emissions Issues

MODELING INDUSTRIAL ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEMS: HOW TO OVERCOME COMMON PITFALLS
pp. 112-117(6)
Authors: Snowling, Spencer; Schraa, Oliver; Copp, John B.

FUME SCRUBBERS FOR FUMES AND/OR DUST: WHAT ARE THEIR LIMITS?
pp. 118-124(7)
Authors: Pashaian, Gary; Holman, Peter R.

ESTIMATING WASTEWATER TREATMENT EMISSIONS USING EPA's WATER9 MODELING SOFTWARE
pp. 125-130(6)
Authors: Sheikh, Shiraz; Sandy, Tom; Irani, Masood; Jenkins, Kristen

Session 4: Operational Challenges and Emerging Technologies for Industries

WATER/WASTEWATER ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
pp. 131-143(13)
Authors: Cantwell, Joseph C.; Giffin, Thomas M.; Kezar, Kristi; Andersen-Sheil, Jolene; Schutt, Preston

MEMBRANE-COUPLED ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE: A PILOT STUDY
pp. 144-150(7)
Authors: Jackivicz, Luz; Pierkiel, Agnieszka; Lanting, Jelte

LEACHATE PRE-TREATMENT: OVERCOMING IRON FOULING DUE TO CHANGING LEACHATE QUALITY
pp. 151-166(16)
Authors: Kota, Sreenivas; Cardillo, John J.; Seaman, Charles D.; Leahy, George A.

Reducing the Runoff – A Case Study of Stormwater Management at a Small Coastal Industrial Facility
pp. 167-174(8)
Authors: Noling, Calvin P.; de Ridder, Scott; Scarpine, Daniel A.

WET AIR OXIDATION OF REFRACTORY ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
pp. 186-201(16)
Authors: Copa, William M.; Kumfer, Bryan; Vollstedt, Thomas J.

Session 5: Food Industry Treatment Issues II

EVALUATION OF BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHOROUS REMOVAL VERSUS CHEMICAL PHOSPHOROUS REMOVAL AT A POTATO PROCESSING FACILITY
pp. 220-233(14)
Authors: Goodfellow, Janet; Malyk, Bill; Hahn, Doug; Johnson, Dale

INTEGRATED BIOLOGICAL REMOVAL OF COD, NITROGEN AND SULFUR FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATERS
pp. 234-245(12)
Authors: Mierzejewski, Marek; Lamarre, Daniel; Dijkman, Henk; Schouten, Gerard; Benschop, Alex

AEROBIC THERMOPHILIC TREATMENT OF CONFECTIONERY WASTEWATER
pp. 254-259(6)
Author: Eckhoff, Thomas H.

BIOLOGICAL LIQUEFACTION AND ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF FLESHING GENERATED FROM TANNERIES
pp. 260-265(6)
Authors: Ravindranath, E.; Kalyanaraman, Chitra; Begum, S. Shamshath; Suthanthararajan, R.; Maheswari, B. Uma; Rajamani, S.

ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF HIGH SOLIDS-CONTAINING WASTES: ESTIMATION OF KINETICS
pp. 266-276(11)
Authors: Duran, Metin; Tepe, Nalan

Session 6: Miscellaneous Organic NES HAPS (MOM), Compliance Strategies and Case Studies

ACTIVATED SLUDGE as a BIO-SCRUBBER FOR AIR EMISSIONS CONTROL
pp. 291-307(17)
Authors: Boero, Victor; Cleary, Joe; Mukherjee, Sudhi; Torrens, Kevin

Session 7: Textile Industry Treatment Issues

OPERATION OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESSES BY SET-POINT OXYGEN UPTAKE RATE
pp. 308-321(14)
Authors: Young, James C.; Cho, Young Tai; Moon, Hyung Mo

REMOVAL OF REACTIVE AZO DYES FROM WATER BY FE0 REDUCTION FOLLOWED BY PEROXIDASE-CATALYSED POLYMERISATION
pp. 334-359(26)
Authors: Biswas, M. Mani; Biswas, N.; Bewtra, J.K.; Taylor, K.E.

Session 8: Chemical Industry Wastewater Issues

THE MODELING OF A LARGE INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 360-372(13)
Authors: Schraa, Oliver; Belia, Evangelia; Churn, C. Calvert; Copp, John; Snowling, Spencer

BIODEGRADATION/STRIPPING OF VOLATILE ORGANICS
pp. 389-400(12)
Authors: Bowers, Alan R.; Eckenfelder, W. Wesley; Duan, Zhiyong

A NEW FIELD ASSAY FOR MEASURING AND CHARACTERIZING NITRIFICATION INHIBITION
pp. 401-419(19)
Authors: Sharp, Robert; Smets, Barth; Johnson, Colin; Brown, Jeanette

Session 9: Remediation and Groundwater Treatment

1,4-DIOXANE BIO-DEGRADATION BENCH STUDY AT THE LOWRY LANDFILL SUPERFUND SITE
pp. 420-433(14)
Authors: Stanfill, J.C.; Koon, J.; Shangraw, T.; Bollmann, Dennis

A FRESH ENGINEERING EVALUATION OF LEACHATE TREATMENT OPTIONS
pp. 441-466(26)
Authors: Looney, John Henry; McKendry, Peter; Loveday, Tim

Session 10A: EPA Effluent Guidelines and Regulations

Regulations for Cooling Water Intake Structures
pp. 474-496(23)
Author: Segall, Martha

Session 10B: Watershed Evaluations

FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL FOR EFFECTS DUE TO METALS
pp. 497-507(11)
Authors: Paquin, Paul R; Mathew, Rooni; Damiani, Darin; Santore, Robert C.; Wu, Kuen Ben; DiToro, Dominic M.

TRACKING SOURCES OF TOXIC POLLUTANTS TO ACHIEVE TMDL GOALS
pp. 508-531(24)
Authors: Botts, John; Spadone, Judy; Pires, Lenny; Lopes, Paty; McKenna, Bridget

Addressing Data Quality Issues in the Development of a PCB TMDL
pp. 532-547(16)
Authors: Sandeen, Lawrence R.; Sankarmanchi, Rao

Session 11: Pharmaceutical Industry Wastewater Treatment

A NEW APPROACH TO NITRIFICATION/DENITRIFICATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER
pp. 565-573(9)
Authors: Eckenfelder, W. Wesley; Boero, Victor J.; Flippin, T. Houston

PHARMACEUTICAL WWTP OPTIMIZATION INVESTIGATION
pp. 582-597(16)
Author: Wirtz, Randall A.

ENHANCED ACTIVATED SLUDGE TREATMENT OF HIGH STRENGTH BIO-INHIBITORY INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER
pp. 598-607(10)
Authors: Flippin, T. Houston; Boero, Victor J.; Rhoades, Randy

Session 12: Remediation System Operations

INTEGRATED CORRECTIVE MEASURES AT A COMPLEX SITE
pp. 608-632(25)
Authors: Pintenich, Jeffrey L.; Showers, Dale R.; Ash, Robert E.

Evaluation of fly ash as an adsorbent for the removal of methylene blue from its aqueous solution
pp. 633-644(12)
Authors: Kumar, K. Vasanth; Subanandam, K.; Pulikesi, M.; Sivanesan, S.; Ramamurthi, V.

TREATMENT OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE AT AN INACTIVE PYRITIC MINERAL MINE USING CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS AND A WATERWHEEL QUICKLIME FEEDER
pp. 666-681(16)
Authors: Bott, Charles B.; Plazio, Leslie J.; Rushing, Jason C.; Koon, John H.; Metcalf, Timothy J.

LONG-TERM SHORELINE OIL RELEASE CONTAINMENT CASE HISTORY
pp. 682-695(14)
Authors: McCleary, G.; Reisinger, J.; Harrod, J.; Zirkle, M.

Session 13: Recycle, Reuse, and Reduction for Industries

WATER REUSE: KEY TO INDUSTRIAL AIR EMISSION CONTROL
pp. 705-709(5)
Author: Merritt, Clifford A.

A DYNAMIC, MECHANISTIC MODEL FOR MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR (MBR) TREATMENT PROCESSES, USING IWA ACTIVATED SLUDGE BIOLOGICAL MODELS
pp. 710-714(5)
Authors: Snowling, Spencer; Schraa, Oliver; Copp, John B.; Belia, Evangelia

RAIL TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY WASHWATERS TREATMENT, RECOVERY AND RECYCLE USING ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANE
pp. 715-719(5)
Authors: Brady, Francis J.; Cangiano, John J.; Jaferey, Imran M.; Merryman, Richard S.

ACHIEVING ZERO DISCHARGE AT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
pp. 738-756(19)
Authors: Olthof, Meint; Shelby, Sam E.

Session 14: Aerospace, Automotive and Metal Industry Management Issues

GETTING OUT FROM UNDER THE REGULATORY MICROSCOPE
pp. 757-759(3)
Author: Henderson, Marion

METAL FINISHING POLLUTION PREVENTION OPPORTUNITIES DEVELOPED THROUGH THE USE OF PLATO'S PROCESS PLANNER™
pp. 760-777(18)
Authors: Jenkins, Kristen; Klink, Kevin L.; Cushnie, George C.

CASE STUDIES IN EFFLUENT TOXICITY TREATABILITY
pp. 804-821(18)
Authors: Hall, Scott; Lockwood, Richard

Session 15: Industrial Air Emission and Toxicity Issues

A New Approach to Odor Control – Results From Field Studies
pp. 822-828(7)
Author: Graham, James R.

VOC EMISSIONS FROM REFINERY BIOTREATERS: MODEL VALIDATION STUDY
pp. 829-844(16)
Authors: Meyer, Charles L.; Turakhia, Mukesh H.; Scott, Richard R.

STRUCTURED DECISION MAKING TO EVALUATE WASTEWATER TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES
pp. 879-886(8)
Authors: Hilton, Eric; Sandy, Tom

DETERMINATION OF BIOLOGICAL KINETIC CONSTANTS USING RESPIROMETRY FOR THE WATER9 AIR EMISSIONS MODEL
pp. 887-896(10)
Authors: DiMenna, Richard A.; Sandeen, Lawrence R.

Session 16: Posters

TREATMENT OF DOMESTIC SEWAGE USING UPFLOW ANAEROBIC SLUDGE BLANKET REACTOR
pp. 897-904(8)
Authors: Suthanthararajan, R.; Ravindranath, E.; Kalyanaraman, Chitra; Maheswari, B. Uma; Begum, S. Shamshath; Periyambal, N.; Rajamani, S.

STORMWATER SOLIDS REDUCTION FOR NPDES PERMITS
pp. 905-910(6)
Author: Allhands, Marcus N.

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