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WEFTEC 2004: Session 31 through Session 40

Session 31: Workload Analysis and Performance Measurement

RESOURCE LOADING TOOL EFFECTIVELY SUPPORTS AKRON'S CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROJECT
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Gresser, B.; Hurding, B.; Godin, F.

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CUSTOMER SERVICE OPTIMIZATION AND BENCHMARKING MEASURING FOR SUCCESS
pp. 25-32(8)
Authors: Kelly, Susan; McCleery, Daphne; King, Judy; Madigan, Jay

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Session 32: Decision Support Systems

ESTABLISHING A SEWER MODELING OPERATIONAL UNIT IN A MODERN WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT UTILITY
pp. 35-43(9)
Authors: Johnstone, Ralph; Koran, Joseph; Gatterdam, Melissa; Burgess, Edward H.

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INTEGRATED DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM SIMPLIFIES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANNING
pp. 44-60(17)
Authors: Heltzel, Christopher; Loomis, Roger; Lalonde, Eric

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INNOVATIVE SELECTION PROCESS OF EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS USING THE UNRANKED-PAIRED COMPARISON TECHNIQUE
pp. 61-72(12)
Authors: Margheim, Waldo A.; Umble, K.; Niec, Jay H.

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Session 33: Water Reclamation and Reuse Emerging Contaminants in Water Reuse

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NDMA Removal and Reformation Prevention
pp. 85-112(28)
Authors: Soroushian, Fred; Patel, Mehul; Fitzsimmons, Steve; Wehner, Mike

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FATE AND TRANSPORT OF N-NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE (NDMA) IN SOIL COLUMNS
pp. 113-121(9)
Authors: Fox, P; Nalinakumari, B

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VALIDATION TESTING OF A UV DISINFECTION SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE REGULATORY APPROVAL FOR WASTEWATER REUSE
pp. 122-141(20)
Authors: Ferran, B.; Jin, S.; Weber, E. T.; Scheible, O. K.; Kelly, R.F.

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DISINFECTION STRATEGIES: NOT AS SIMPLE AS THEY USED TO BE
pp. 142-153(12)
Authors: Wallis-Lage, C.; Scruggs, C.; Hunter, G.; Huber, R.

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FINDING INFECTIOUS PROTOZOAN PARASITES IN RECLAIMED WATER
pp. 154-161(8)
Authors: Huffman, Debra E.; Widmer, Giovanni; Berg, Tracy L.; Gennaccaro, Angela

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Session 34: Biotechnology for Controlling Odor and VOCs

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF ROTATING DRUM BIOFILTERS FOR VOC REMOVAL: EFFECTS OF GAS CONTACT TIME AND VOC PROPERTIES
pp. 162-174(13)
Authors: Yang, Chunping; Suidan, Makram T.; Zhu, Xueqing; Kim, Byung J.

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ODOR AND PERFORMANCE CHANGES OF THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS DURING PERIODS OF TEMPERATURE INCREASES IN PILOT AND FULL-SCALE OPERATIONS
pp. 175-203(29)
Authors: Iranpour, R.; Cox, H.H.J.; Lee, H.; Beller, J.; Starr, M.A.; Fan, S.; Mundine, J.E.; Kearney, R.J.; Haug, R.T.

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PILOT AND FULL SCALE STUDIES OF THE TREATMENT OF ATAD OFFGASES WITH BIOFILTERS
pp. 204-217(14)
Authors: Shanchayan, B.; Parker, W.; Pride, C.

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SELECTING BIOSCRUBBERS AT GAS CONTACT TIME OF 2 SECONDS FOR FOUL AIR TREATMENT AT A 340 MGD HEADWORKS
pp. 218-230(13)
Authors: Kairouz, Khalil; Lanning, Doug; Karam, Walid

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ODOR MODELING: CASE STUDY SHOWS COST SAVINGS AND FIELD VERIFIED RESULTS
pp. 231-241(11)
Authors: Webster, N.; Worley, S.; Swanson, G.; Hogge, A.; Desing, W.

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A COORDINATED APPROACH TO ODOR CONTROL IN COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA
pp. 242-253(12)
Authors: Rafferty, Kevin; Haecker, Stefan; Harshman, Vaughan; Parker, Richard

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BIO-FILTERS: A “GREENER” APPROACH TO ODOR CONTROL
pp. 254-271(18)
Authors: Bashaw, Walter G.; Harrison, Karen; Owens, Ashley; Stubblefield, Neal D.; Huber, Carl V.

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Designing biofilters through odor predictive models
pp. 290-290(1)
Authors: Shareefdeen, Zarook; Herner, Brian

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Session 35: Small Community Wastewater Treatment

Enhanced N Removal using Horizontal, Subsurface Flow, Fixed Film Beds with Recycle
pp. 291-300(10)
Authors: Griffin, D.M.; Fletcher, Curtis. A.; Crawford, Robert D.

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AMMONIA REMOVAL IN LARGE AERATED LAGOONS
pp. 308-318(11)
Authors: Burnett, Clyde H.; Featherston, Barbara; Middlebrooks, E. Joe

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NUTRIENT REMOVAL USING THE SIMPLE DUAL SLUDGE SYSTEM WITH AN UMBR (UPFLOW MULTI-LAYER BIOREACTOR) AND AEROBIC BIOFILM REACTOR FOR SMALL SEWAGE TREATMENT
pp. 333-345(13)
Authors: Kwon, Joong-Chun; Namkung, Eun; An, Jin-Young; Shim, Kwang-Bo; Kim, Yun-Hak; Shin, Hang-Sik; Park, Heung-Suck

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Applications of Subsurface Drip Dispersal Technology in Engineered Ecological Systems
pp. 346-358(13)
Authors: Ruskin, R.; Wallace, S.; Blumberg, M.

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Session 36: Biological Nutrient Removal

INTERACTION BETWEEN AERATOR TYPE AND SIMULTANEOUS NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATION
pp. 359-377(19)
Authors: Barnard, J.; Steichen, M.; deBarbadillo, C.

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BENCH SCALE TESTING OF THE IFAS TECHNOLOGY AT THE MAMARONECK WWTP
pp. 378-396(19)
Authors: Liubicich, James; Pitt, Paul; Psaltakis, Emanuel; Zabinski, Adam; Lauro, Tom

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DECISION TREE FOR TROUBLESHOOTING BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL
pp. 397-426(30)
Authors: Benisch, Mario; Baur, Rob; Neethling, JB

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TEAMING UP TO MEET STARTUP GOALS AT LAS VEGAS' BNR FACILITY
pp. 427-444(18)
Authors: Hughes, Terry; Oswalt, Brian; Chapman, Jay; Swartzlander, Darin; Benisch, Mario; Neethling, JB

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OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES AND TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR MEETING VERY LOW TOTAL PHOSPHORUS LIMITS
pp. 445-451(7)
Authors: Pai, P.; Dielmann, D.; Shepherd, W.; Leveque, E.; Semenza, S.; Clyburn, M.; Narayanan, B.

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Internal Recycle… A Side-By-Side Comparison for Reducing Total Nitrogen Values
pp. 452-463(12)
Authors: Pelletier, Roy A.; Lothrop, Thomas L.; Sloan, David S.; Keyser, Gene E.

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ON-LINE ANALYZER APPLICATIONS FOR BNR PROCESS CONTROL
pp. 474-478(5)
Authors: Weerapperuma, Dilrika; de Silva, Viraj

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Session 37: How to Fit the Disinfectant to the Situation

OPERATING ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST UV DISINFECTION SYSTEMS THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
pp. 479-490(12)
Authors: Hunter, G.; Blanton, K.; Kelly, S.; Pausche, A.

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A BETTER BEACH WITH OZONE DISINFECTION
pp. 491-505(15)
Authors: Rasmus, James; Cover, David A.

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OPTIMIZING DISINFECTION THROUGH MIXING AND ORP CONTROL: A CASE STUDY OF THE ASPLUND WWTF IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA.
pp. 526-536(11)
Authors: Stella, Damien F.; Brunner, Todd A.; Vause, Kurt H.

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ATLANTA CSO PILOT PLANT PERFORMANCE RESULTS
pp. 537-555(19)
Authors: McKern, Russ; Days, Paula; Matthews, Sharon; White, Christopher; Andoh, Robert; Boner, Mark

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IMPACT OF BIOLOGICAL NITROGEN REMOVAL ON CHLORINATION AT NEW YORK CITY WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANTS
pp. 556-568(13)
Authors: Chandran, K.; Pape, R.; Philip, N.; Stinson, B.; Anderson, J.; Carrio, L.; Sexton, J.; Sapienza, V.; Gopalakrishnan, K.

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DISINFECTION OF FECAL COLIFORMS AND SALMONELLA IN THERMOPHILICALLY DIGESTED BIOSOLIDS
pp. 569-587(19)
Authors: Iranpour, R.; Cox, H.H.J.; Starr, M.A.; Fan, S.; >Mundine, J.E.; Abkian, V.

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DISINFECTION PERFORMANCE OF CHLORINE CONTACT TANKS IN NEW YORK CITY WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANTS (WPCPs).
pp. 588-600(13)
Authors: Fillos, J.; Ramalingam, K.; Novakovic, M.; Carrio, L. A.; Delva, E.

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“Assessment of the OMNIPURE Marine Sanitation Device”
pp. 601-601(1)
Authors: Holland, Jennifer E.; Boyd, Glen R.; Reimers, Robert S.; Matousek, Rudolf C.

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INVESTIGATION OF HIGH FECAL COLIFORMS IN THE FINAL EFFLUENT
pp. 602-615(14)
Authors: Zhang, Xiaowei; Hromada, Ted; Panicker, Mini

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Session 38: Sustainability, Design and Management

A Sustainability Case Study: The Traverse City MBR Facility
pp. 616-623(8)
Authors: Lewis, Richard; Crawford, George

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IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABILITY IN WATER RECYCLING
pp. 624-629(6)
Authors: Holmes, Lydia; Ban, Michael; Fox, Tom; Hagstrom, Jim; Stutz-McDonald, Susan

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MULTI-OBJECTIVE PRIORITIZATION OF PROJECTS OF A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM FOR TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
pp. 649-663(15)
Authors: Lopez-Calva, Enrique; Lopez-Cordova, Salvador; Tinco, Hermila

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Session 39: Activated Sludge—Filaments, Foaming, Toxics and More

Investigating the Structure of Activated Sludge Flocs: Morphologic and Compositional Characterization of Surface and Bulk Components
pp. 664-689(26)
Authors: Holbrook, R.D.; Wagner, M.S.; Mahoney, C.; Wight, S.A.; Park, C.; Novak, J.T.

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEASONAL BIOLOGICAL FOAMING AND LIPASE ACTIVITY IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE
pp. 701-708(8)
Authors: Frigon, Dominic; Raskin, Lutgarde

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IMPACT OF OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS ON THE REMOVAL OF PARTICULATE COD IN THE ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS
pp. 709-724(16)
Authors: Jimenez, Jose A.; La Motta, Enrique J.; Parker, Denny S.

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USING ECOLOGY TO MITIGATE TOXIC SHOCK LOADS IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE
pp. 725-738(14)
Authors: SAIKALY, P.E.; STROOT, P.G.; OERTHER, D.B.

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IS BIOMASS CONCENTRATION A FACTOR DETERMINING THE SENSITIVITY OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE TO TOXIC SHOCKS?
pp. 739-760(22)
Authors: Henriques, Inês D. S.; Love, Nancy G.

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DOES RHEOLOGY RESTRICT THE SECONDARY SETTLER CAPACITY?
pp. 772-775(4)
Authors: De Clercq, B.; Van Hulle, Stijn; Vanrolleghem, P.A.

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EFFECTS OF AERATION CYCLES ON POPULATIONS OF NITRIFYING BACTERIA AND NITROGEN REMOVAL IN INTERMITTENTLY-AERATED REACTORS
pp. 776-789(14)
Authors: Mota, Cesar R.; Ridenoure, Jennifer; Head, Melanie; Cheng, Jiayang; de los Reyes, Francis L.

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Effect of Copper on Viable Populations and Community Structures of Nitrifiers and Heterotrophs in Activated Sludge
pp. 790-790(1)
Authors: Lee, J. W.; Song, J. S.; Cha, D. K.; Allen, H. E.; Song, C. S.; Ahn, K. H.

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Session 40: Membranes and Moving Bed Bio-Reactors

FULL-SCALE TREATMENT OF A PETROLEUM INDUSTRY'S WASTEWATER USING AN IMMERSED MEMBRANE BIOLOGICAL REACTOR
pp. 791-809(19)
Authors: Buckles, Jim; Kuljian, Art; Olmstead, Kevin; Hester, Steve

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TREATMENT OF HIGH STRENGTH PET FOOD WASTEWATER USING TWO STAGE MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS
pp. 810-823(14)
Authors: Acharya, C.; Nakhla, G.; Bassi, A.; Kurian, R.

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MEMBRANE FOULING IN ANAEROBIC MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR (AMBR) TREATING SWINE MANURE
pp. 824-832(9)
Authors: Zhang, J.; Padmasiri, S.; Fitch, M.; Raskin, L.; Morgenroth, E.

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PRETREATMENT OF A FLAVOR MANUFACTURER WASTEWATER USING KALDNES MOVING BED BIOFILM REACTORS
pp. 840-850(11)
Authors: Marcolini, Laura R.; Makowski, Chester; Malson, Robert

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1,4-DIOXANE BIO-DEGRADATION PILOT STUDY AT THE LOWRY LANDFILL SUPERFUND SITE
pp. 851-870(20)
Authors: Stanfill, J.C.; Koon, J.; Plaehn, W.; Murphy, M.; Shangraw, T.; Bollmann, Dennis

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