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Collection Systems 2005
Sustaining Aging Infrastructure: System, Workforce and Funding

Session 2: Comprehensive Management: Information to Odors

“MOM” PRODUCES MEASURABLE RESULTS IN ATLANTA
pp. 1-19(19)
Authors: King, Bob; Stillwell, Alan; Ferguson, Meg; Sukenik, William

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COMING OUT OF THE GROUND: BRINGING FIELD STAFF INTO THE PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS PROCESS
pp. 20-29(10)
Authors: Lonsdale, Marnie K.; Carlson, T.; Lipinski, S.; Mass, S.

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MANAGING A LARGE TUNNEL USING FORECASTS
pp. 48-61(14)
Authors: Vitasovic, Z.; Speer, E.; Heinz, S.; Loucks, E.; Locke, E.; Roper, C.

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Session 3: Stretching Your Dollars Thru Asset Management

INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT EQUALS REDUCED BLOCKAGES
pp. 62-67(6)
Authors: Bries, David; Shadoin, Robert; Rook, Andrew

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CREATING NEW SEWER SERVICE CHARGES TO REHABILITATE AN AGING SEWER SYSTEM
pp. 87-95(9)
Authors: Huang, Steve; Alvarez, Desi; Hoag, Grant E.; Spresney, Lisa M.

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ASSET MANAGEMENT: A MATTER OF DEFINITION—AND POLICY!
pp. 102-107(6)
Authors: Harlow, V. Kenneth; Young, Kevin

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Advanced Asset Management: Implementation Opportunities and Challenges
pp. 108-130(23)
Authors: Robles, Ruben; Yee, Vincent

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Session 4: Reducing SSOs: Planning to Implementation

REAPING THE BENEFITS OF CMOM
pp. 141-152(12)
Authors: Rugaard, Lawrence C.; Humphrey, Douglas; Delizo, Rex

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COMPETING INTERESTS How Can CSO and SSO Programs Share the Same Resources?
pp. 153-164(12)
Authors: Blake, Dax J.; Campanella, Kevin

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Estimating Remaining Life of Sewer Pipe
pp. 165-178(14)
Authors: Olthof, Jeroen; Gipson, Dean

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COLUMBUS TACKLES WET WEATHER ISSUES IN A BIG WAY
pp. 196-215(20)
Authors: Fallara, Tim; Sharon, Jeff

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LOOKING TOWARD THE FUTURE: MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT'S REGIONAL CMOM STRATEGY
pp. 216-226(11)
Authors: Jensen, Debra; Lukas, Andy; Courchaine, Jim

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Session 5: Optimization: conveyance through Treatment

OPTIMIZING THE OPERATION OF LARGE INTERCEPTOR SYSTEMS
pp. 227-238(12)
Authors: Lamarre, Jean; Charron, Alain; Colas, Hubert; Duong, Dao Dang Trieu

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A TALE OF TWO PROCESSES - PILOTING OF HIGH RATE TREATMENT PROCESSES AT WOODWARD AVENUE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 239-254(16)
Authors: Bodimeade, Carl; Corbett, Rick; Hribljan, Michael; Chauvin, Dan

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RATIONAL METHOD FOR SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF SEWER OVERFLOWS
pp. 255-280(26)
Authors: Cadden, Robert G.; Hayes, Patrick A.

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DESIGN OF A HIGH-RATE WET WEATHER TREATMENT FACILITY IN NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE
pp. 281-296(16)
Authors: Heath, Gregory R.; Seymour, Richard S.; Walker, Donald E.; Freedman, Steven D.

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A MULTIPLE-OBJECTIVE RDII QUANTIFICATION APPROACH FOR WET WEATHER CONTROL IN SEPARATE SEWERSHEDS
pp. 297-310(14)
Authors: Loehlein, Mark; Smullen, James; Oliver, Jan; Prevost, Timothy; Meeneghan, Terry

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SIGN HERE, WE'RE FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND HERE TO HELP YOU
pp. 328-332(5)
Authors: Caldwell, Pete; Johnstone, Ralph; Moisio, Susan

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Session 6: Innovative Tools for Comprehensive Programs

NEW ORLEANS SEWER SYSTEM EVALUATION AND REHABILITATION PROGRAM SUCCESS THROUGH VISION AND INNOVATION
pp. 333-350(18)
Authors: Fehnel, Scott K.; Dorward, Martin; Mansour, Sal

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USING MULTI-MEDIA TOOLS TO SUPPORT COMPLEX DESIGNS
pp. 351-367(17)
Authors: O'Rourke, Timothy P.; White, James; Ericsson, George R.; Sanzica, Phil

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A MASTER PLAN FOR WET WEATHER FLOW MANAGEMENT DEVELOPED FOR THE CITY OF TORONTO
pp. 368-394(27)
Authors: D'ANDREA, M.; SNODGRASS, W.J.; CHESSIE, P.D.

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INTEGRATIVE GIS AND MODELING TOOLS FOR LARGE CITY MASTER PLAN EVALUATION
pp. 395-407(13)
Authors: Meyer, Kerry; Dent, Shawn; Neal, Bob

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PHASE III/IV OF THE BRICK SEWER REHABILITATION PROGRAM IN NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
pp. 413-424(12)
Authors: Pennington, Robert A.; Gersley, Kristie A.; Zach, Alvin L.; George, John T.

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Session 8: Operations & Maintenance – Going with the Flow

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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR LARGE DIAMETER SEWER AND SIPHON CLEANING
pp. 483-487(5)
Author: Nezat, M.A. (Rusty)

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GETTING MORE FROM FLOW MONITORING - INTERPRETING SEWER FLOW DATA TO YIELD THE MAXIMUM BENEFIT
pp. 488-500(13)
Authors: Mitchell, Paul S.; Stevens, Patrick L.

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COLLECTIONS THE NYC WAY
pp. 501-509(9)
Authors: Kulcsar, F.; Rozelman, S.; Minassian, V.

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Session 9: Better Predictions Yield Better Decisions

MORE CSO CONTROL FOR LESS DOLLARS!
pp. 510-518(9)
Authors: Sherrill, James; Fujita, Gary; McCormack, Clayton; Rabbaig, Mirza

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Calibration Techniques for Modeling Complex Systems - A Madison, Wisconsin Case Study
pp. 519-542(24)
Authors: Gebert, Todd; Hurlebaus, Jennifer; Rogne, Bryan; Agbodo, Mike

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INTEGRATING COLLECTION AND RECEIVING WATER QUALITY MODELS FOR CSO LONG TERM CONTROL PLANNING
pp. 556-570(15)
Authors: Gray, Philip; Hulley, Michael E.; Umberg, Martin; Koran, Joseph

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Session 10: I/I Deposition, and Delivery: Changing Your Approach

I&I Rates and Sewer Infrastructure Age: Is There a Strong Correlation?
pp. 571-582(12)
Authors: Johnston, Chris; Fell, Peter; Cowley, Malcolm

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INFILTRATION AND INFLOW (I/I) REDUCTION IN 10 PILOT PROJECTS KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON
pp. 600-623(24)
Authors: Bergstrom, Eric; Swarner, Bob; Lopez, Marcos

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IMPLEMENTATION OF SEWER AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM SOLIDS DEPOSITION CONTROLS, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
pp. 624-652(29)
Authors: Pisano, William; O'Riordan, Owen; Ayotte, Frank; Carr, Dennis; Travers, Matthew; Visconti, John

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ALTERNATIVE DELIVERY METHOD FOR A SANITARY RELIEF SEWER, CITY OF SALEM, OREGON
pp. 653-682(30)
Authors: Blackmun, Rich; Gaynor, Cary

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EFFECTIVE I/I REMOVAL WITH FOOTING DRAIN DISCONNECTION AS A SOLUTION FOR SSO AND BASEMENT FLOODING
pp. 683-696(14)
Authors: Zawacki, Jason R.; Kotlyar, Igor; Sherman, Benjamin J.; TenBroek, Mark J.

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ELECTRO-SCAN TECHNOLOGY - IS IT THE “SILVER BULLET” FOR RAINFALL DEPENDENT INFILTRATION (RDI) AND EXFILTRATION?
pp. 697-706(10)
Authors: Wilmut, Charles G.; Dsouza, Bernard J.; Guidry, Bryan A.

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Session 11: Physical and Biological Sewer System Improvements

HOLLYWOOD USES BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT PROCESS WITH MULTIPLE BENEFITS
pp. 707-715(9)
Authors: Van Cott, Whitfield R.; Zabric, William; Bloetscher, Frederick

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MANAGING THE REHABILITATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF A SANITARY SEWER OUTFALL EMERGENCY PROJECT
pp. 716-730(15)
Authors: Harrah, Esther; Godley, Veronica J.

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SEWAGE PUMP STATION ODOR CONTROL WITH BIOFILTRATION
pp. 731-737(7)
Authors: Alix, Charlie; Williams, Todd

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PUMPING STATION TURBOCHARGER
pp. 738-757(20)
Authors: Koch, J.E.; Graber, D.

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DESIGN OF WASTEWATER COLLECTION AND PUMPING SYSTEMS - AN OPERATOR'S PERSPECTIVE
pp. 761-767(7)
Authors: Rothman, William; Heijn, Ethan

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Collection System Strategies for Urban Streamway Vulnerabilities
pp. 768-774(7)
Authors: Witt, Aaron; Waldron, Kevin

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Session 12: Collaboration Propels Program Support

TEWKSBURY COLLECTION SYSTEM EXPANSION DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN 80 MILLION PROGRAM
pp. 775-782(8)
Authors: Selissen, Jerome; Walsh, Michael J.

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SUCCESSFULLY ACHIEVING CSO REDUCTION COMPLIANCE IN BREMERTON, WASHINGTON
pp. 783-806(24)
Authors: Bergstrom, Eric; Knuckey, Tom

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INNOVATIVE WET WEATHER SOLUTIONS IN TOPEKA, KANSAS
pp. 831-834(4)
Authors: O'Neill, Patrick; Grover, Kate; Green, Mark; Schmidt, Michael

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Collaboration, Not Confrontation
pp. 835-842(8)
Authors: Herwig, Roy; Earn, Earnest U.

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