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WEFTEC 2004: Session 81 through Session 90

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Session 81: Biosolids

IMPACT OF ORGANIC NITROGEN LOADING ON THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESS
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Hake, John M.; Gray, Donald M. D.

EFFECT OF THERMO-OXIDATIVE CO-TREATMENT WITH ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF EXCESS MUNICIPAL SLUDGE
pp. 15-20(6)
Authors: Rivero, Jesús A. Cacho; Suidan, Makram T.

INTEGRATING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION INTO PLANT-WIDE WASTEWATER TREATMENT MODELING
pp. 38-47(10)
Authors: Copp, John B.; Peerbolte, Annemarie; Snowling, Spencer; Schraa, Oliver; Froehlich, Dennis; Belia, Evangelia

Session 82: Physical Chemical Treatment of Industrial Wastewater

OZONATION OF REACTIVE BLUE 19 DYE IN AN IN SITU OZONE GENERATOR AND REACTOR SYSTEM
pp. 69-78(10)
Authors: Panda, Kishora K.; Mathews, Alexander P.

Roadmap to industrial COD abatement, from a methodology to on-site implementation: Case study from the steel mill industry
pp. 79-88(10)
Authors: Bucaille, Arnaud; Coste, Marielle; Cigana, John; Sublet, Renaud; Skalecki, Dominique

Session 83: Phosphorus Removal

COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF FULL-SCALE ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL FACILITIES
pp. 89-107(19)
Authors: Stephens, Heather M.; Neethling, J.B.; Benisch, Mario; Gu, April Z.; Stensel, H. David

MODELING CHEMICAL PHOSPHORUS PRECIPITATION USING EQUILIBRIUM CHEMISTRY
pp. 108-114(7)
Authors: Takács, I.; Murthy, S.; Fairlamb, P. M.

CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS OF EBPR MODELS
pp. 115-143(29)
Authors: Bakke, Brian; Benchich, Michael; Neethling, J.B.

TWO YEARS OF BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL WITH AN ADVANCED MSBR® SYSTEM AT THE SHENZHEN YANTIAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 144-156(13)
Authors: Yang, Chester; Gaowei, Gu; Baowei, Li; Hongyuan, Li; Wanshen, Lu; Johnson, Lloyd

Session 84: Emerging and Trace Contaminants and Tertiary Treatment

EVALUATION OF THE FATE OF SYNTHETIC AND NATURAL HORMONES IN A FULL MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 157-167(11)
Authors: Cicek, Nazim; Londry, Kathleen; Oleszkiewicz, Jan A.; Lee, Yoomin

EVALUATION MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS AND REVERSE OSMOSIS FOR REMOVAL OF ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING COMPOUNDS, PHARMACEUTICALS, AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS
pp. 168-179(12)
Authors: Oppenheimer, Joan; DeCarolis, James; Adham, Samer; Lagos, Steve; Tran, Neil; Snyder, S.; Lorraine, G.

EFFECT OF HYDRAULIC LOADING AND CHEMICAL ADDITION ON FILTER PERFORMANCE AND PROTOZOA REMOVAL; A SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON
pp. 190-208(19)
Authors: Vaughn, S. D.; Hurley, W.; Madhanagopal, T.; Kunihiro, K.; Slifko, T.

Troubleshooting the Design and Start-Up of Wastewater Granular Media Filters
pp. 209-216(8)
Authors: Johnson, Bruce R.; Rippon, Dana; Moore, Martin; Soloducha, Frank

Session 85: Incineration and Thermal Drying Are Now Important Technologies

COMBUSTION AND LAND APPLICATION CAN BOTH BE BENEFICIAL?
pp. 217-236(20)
Authors: Haug, Roger Tim; Lewis, F. Michael; Brady, Peter

Thermal Treatment of Wastewater Residuals: Clean Water Act Meets the Clean Air Act
pp. 237-342(106)
Authors: Porter, Raymond; Bastian, Robert

EUROPEAN INCINERATION EXPERIENCE; SUCCESS IS NORMAL
pp. 243-348(106)
Author: Bresters, Albrecht R.

AIR EMISSIONS PERMITTING FOR THE TWIN CITIES' NEW FLUID BED INCINERATION PROCESS
pp. 349-360(12)
Authors: Borghesi, John; Voth, Harold; Flood, Rebecca; Sandstedt, Jon; Burrowes, Peter

HEAT DRYING BIOSOLIDS: ECONOMICS, ENERGY, AND SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 361-372(12)
Authors: Wolstenholme, Philip; Schafer, Perry; Fonda, Ken

Session 86: Planning and Modeling or Model Your Plan

Low Cost SCADA – We'll Do It In-House
pp. 373-377(5)
Author: McDonald, Chuck

SEPTIC TANK ELIMINATION IN VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON
pp. 394-400(7)
Authors: Skaggs, Donald L.; Hale, Sheryl

REDUCING UNCERTAINTY IN PEAK WET WEATHER FLOW PROJECTIONS: THE DURHAM INFLUENT PUMP STATION DESIGN STUDY
pp. 401-411(11)
Authors: Giguere, Paul; Ju, G.; McPherson, D.; Naef, R.; Curtis, N.

HENDERSON/ML KING CSO PROJECT: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO CSO TREATMENT AND STORAGE
pp. 412-432(21)
Authors: Andrews, Richard M.; Chae, James U.; Pecha, Dan L.

Session 87: Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for PCBs: Case Study of the Delaware River Estuary

CONCEPTUAL MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR THE PCB TMDL IN THE DELAWARE RIVER ESTUARY
pp. 449-469(21)
Authors: Bierman, Victor J.; Hinz, Scott C.; DePinto, Joseph V.; Liao, Shih-Long; Suk, Namsoo; Fikslin, Thomas J.

ASSESSMENT OF PCB CONTAMINATION IN THE DELAWARE RIVER ESTUARY DECADAL SCALE CONSISTENCY CHECK
pp. 470-496(27)
Authors: Di Toro, Dominic M.; Hellweger, Ferdi L.; Thuman, Andrew J.

METHODOLOGY USED IN DEVELOPMENT OF STAGE 1 TMDLS FOR TOTAL PCBS IN THE DELAWARE RIVER ESTUARY
pp. 497-512(16)
Authors: Suk, Namsoo S.; Fikslin, Thomas J.

DEVELOPMENT OF ORGANIC CARBON AND PCB LOADINGS FROM MULTIPLE SOURCE CATEGORIES TO THE DELAWARE RIVER ESTUARY
pp. 513-528(16)
Authors: Yagecic, John R.; Cavallo, Gregory J.; Liao, Shih-Long; Suk, Namsoo S.; Fikslin, Thomas J.; MacGillivray, A. Ronald

Session 88: Urban Stormwater Issues

Effectiveness of Current BMPs in Controlling Sediment Discharges from Small Construction Sites
pp. 529-540(12)
Authors: Lalor, Melinda; Angus, Rob; Marion, Ken; Owens, Janna; Clark, Shirley

ZEOLITE FILTERS: AN INNOVATIVE BMP FOR ENHANCED NITROGEN REMOVAL FROM STORMWATER
pp. 541-549(9)
Authors: Smith, Daniel P.; Flint, Mark; Merriam, Jack

EFFECT OF CANOPY COVER ON THE VOLUME OF RAIN THROUGHFALL
pp. 550-556(7)
Authors: Cochran, Jeff; Clark, Shirley E.; Lalor, Melinda M.

PREVENTING SEDIMENT RECONTAMINATION IN AN URBAN WATERWAY, TACOMA, WASHINGTON
pp. 557-582(26)
Authors: De Leon, Dana; Thornburg, Todd; Martin, James L.

FISHABLE, SWIMMABLE, OR SINKABLE? AN INDIANA CSO COMMUNITY'S WATERSHED/PUBLIC OUTREACH APPROACH TO KEEP ITS HEAD ABOVE WATER
pp. 583-598(16)
Authors: Girman, Scott; Dillon, John; Henthorn, Patrick; McCormick, Matti

Session 89: Leading Edge Approaches in Ecological and Water Quality

A STREAMLINED APPROACH: IMPACTS OF EARLY ACTIONS ON THE ECOLOGICAL RISKS AT THE COPPER BASIN MINING DISTRICT SITE
pp. 606-616(11)
Authors: Miller, Franklin; Wyatt, E. Griff; Bell, Kati Young

DEVELOPMENT OF AN ADAPTIVE MONITORING PROGRAM TO ASSESS SOURCES OF WATER QUALITY DEGRADATION IN ROCK SLOUGH (SAN FRANCISCO BAY DELTA)
pp. 617-631(15)
Authors: Yaros-Ramos, Heather; Chavan, Seema; Patten, Tom; Briggs, David; Polyzos, Demetri

WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF A WATER SUPPLY RESERVOIR
pp. 632-656(25)
Authors: Andrews, Howard ; Kortmann, Robert; Knoll, William; Ehlen, Dana

Session 90: Security

ARE WE THERE YET? TOOLS FOR WASTEWATER UTILITIES TO EVALUATE APPROPRIATE LEVELS OF SECURITY EXPENDITURES
pp. 677-688(12)
Authors: Desing, William; Kepke, Jacqueline; Busch, Dan

AFTER THE VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT: AN OVERVIEW OF SECURITY THREATS AND PRACTICAL COUNTERMEASURES
pp. 701-711(11)
Authors: Chernikoff, Rochelle; Schmitt, Timothy M.

SECURITY, A RADAR BLIP OR REAL BOGEY: WHERE IS SECURITY ON YOUR RADAR?
pp. 712-725(14)
Authors: Spence, Shannon D.; Stoveland, Wendelyn S.; Christiansen, Bryan J.

Securing Your Wastewater System
pp. 726-734(9)
Author: Elwell, Bryon O.

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