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WEFTEC 2005: Session 91 through Session 100

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Session 91: Public Education/Government Affairs/Environmental Management/Systems/Sustainable Water Resources: From Patents to People: Promoting Ourselves to the Public

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Keep Your Friends Close, Your Stakeholders and Regulators Closer
pp. 7516-7523(8)
Authors: Offerman, Anthony; Cantu, Reynaldo; Moriarty, Bill

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DEBUNKING THE MYTHS OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
pp. 7524-7548(25)
Authors: Ray, Kristina; Tennyson, Patricia A.

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YOUR CCR – THE ULTIMATE PUBLIC RELATIONS TOOL
pp. 7549-7551(3)
Authors: Scott, Esmond K.; Baker, Kelvin L.

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CONVINCING COMMUNITIES TO CARE FOR THEIR ENVIRONMENT
pp. 7552-7560(9)
Authors: toro, Graciela I. Ramírez; Minnigh, H. A.; Hertler, Heidi

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EFFECTIVE PUBLIC OUTREACH FOR PROJECTS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS THE MADISON AVENUE PUMP STATION PROJECT
pp. 7561-7574(14)
Authors: Smith, Craig J.; Galvan, Heleana; Lopez, Augustine

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STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN THE HICKEY RUN STORMWATER ABATEMENT PROJECT
pp. 7575-7584(10)
Authors: Sheckells, Richard L.; Ries, Matthew; Chmael, George

Session 92: Public Education/Government Affairs/Environmental Management/Systems/Sustainable Water Resources: Washington, D.C. and Wet Weather Issues

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City of Richmond Virginia CSO Long Term Control Plan
pp. 7592-7600(9)
Author: Steidel, Robert C.

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MAINTENANCE VS. CAPITAL SOLUTIONS: THE WSSC SSO CONSENT DECREE
pp. 7612-7623(12)
Authors: Shofar, Steven P.; Hannan, Philip M.; Lingan, Thomas M.

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THE CITY OF BALTIMORE CONSENT DECREE PROGRAM
pp. 7624-7649(26)
Authors: Clothier, Andrew; Pelletier, Jeff; Powell, Kishia

Session 93: Public Education/Government Affairs/Environmental Management/Systems/Sustainable Water Resources: Power and Energy Conservation in Wastewater Treatment Plants

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APPLIED ENERGY MANAGEMENT TOOLS AND PRACTICES
pp. 7660-7669(10)
Authors: Cohn, Alicia R.; Hake, John M.; Gray(Gabb), Donald M.D.

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OVERVIEW OF VIABLE AUXILIARY POWER OPTIONS FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES
pp. 7683-7698(16)
Authors: Wheeler, James F.; DeBell, Kevin; Schmitt, Tim

Session 94: Management of Odors and VOCs/Disinfection: Think Outside the Box: What Is the Right Disinfectant?

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PHOTO-ACTIVATED PERACETIC ACID ENHANCES UV DISINFECTION OF WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS
pp. 7706-7716(11)
Authors: Madrid, E.; Oleszkiewicz, J. A.

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PAA DISINFECTION: A FEASIBLE ALTERNATIVE TO WASTEWATER CHLORINATION
pp. 7717-7734(18)
Authors: Rossi, S.; Antonelli, M.; Nurizzo, C.

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EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT METHODS FOR ACHIEVING COMPLIANCE WITH TRIHALOMETHANE WATER QUALITY CRITERIA
pp. 7735-7764(30)
Authors: Deniz, Timur; Friedrich, Thomas W.; McLellan, James K.; Milligan, John

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DISINFECTION CONTACT BASIN: COVER IT, OR NOT?
pp. 7776-7793(18)
Authors: Gu, April Z.; Mitchell, Troy; Green, Tamara; Leng, June; Parikh, Pravit; Neethling, JB; Hammer, Mark

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ONSITE GENERATION OF SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE – A KEY TO REDUCING TRIHALOMETHANE CONCENTRATIONS?
pp. 7794-7808(15)
Authors: Hunt, Jonathan P.; Watson, J. Marty; McPherson, Daniel J.; Ingram, Ricky D.

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ALTERNATIVES FOR DISINFECTING EFFLUENT GENERATED AT ORANGE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 7809-7832(24)
Authors: Tobin, Ann; Burror, Jim; Yahya, Moy; Wistrom, Anders; Nedic, Sava

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DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WATER QUALITY PROFILES DURING NITRIFICATION
pp. 7833-7845(13)
Authors: Ph, Suibing Liu,; Taylor, J. S.

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WHERE DOES CT BEGIN? ASSESSMENT OF CHEMICAL MIXING IN LARGE DIAMETER PIPES
pp. 7846-7873(28)
Authors: Johnson, Clayton; Anderson, Richard; Dieffenthaller, Andre; Demko, Michael

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Virtual Tracer Study For a Water Reclamation Contactor
pp. 7874-7875(2)
Authors: Knatz, Carrie; Sami, Muhammad; Schowalter, David

Session 95: Management of Odors and VOCs/Disinfection: Characterizing and Understanding Odor Sources

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AIR TOXICS EMISSIONS REDUCTION STRATEGIC PLAN FOR TWO LARGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 7876-7888(13)
Authors: Kogan, Vladimir; Ahn, Terry; Torres, Edward

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Odor Control Master Plan Establishes a Prioritized Program for Cost-Effective Odor Control Upgrades
pp. 7889-7907(19)
Authors: Schwartz, David J.; Bailey, Walter; Clinger, Robert; Gaudes, Robert; Gould, Mark; Tino, Vincent

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AMBIENT AIR MONITORING OF LOW LEVEL HYDROGEN SULFIDE
pp. 7908-7920(13)
Authors: Bernstein, Doris; Jain, Jain S.; Sawyer, Bernard

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DIMETHYLSULFOXIDE (DMSO) WASTE RESIDUES AND MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER ODOR
pp. 7921-7931(11)
Author: Glindemann, Dietmar

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SHORT-TERM PREVENTION OF AMMONIA LOSS AND ODOR FROM LIME-STABILIZED BIOSOLIDS
pp. 7932-7939(8)
Authors: Assadian, Naomi Waissman; Lindemann, William; Balliew, John

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WASHINGTON HIGHWAY INTERCEPTOR ODOR ASSESSMENT
pp. 7940-7953(14)
Author: Porter, Raymond C.

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ODOR CONTROL 911: SEVERAL TEAMS COME TOGETHER QUICKLY TO SOLVE SANITARY SEWER ODOR PROBLEM IN HENDERSON, NEVADA
pp. 7954-7973(20)
Authors: Smith, Mark M.; Devlin, James; Fritz, Dennis; Luo, Shimin

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Session 96: Innovative Technology Forum/International Issues/Young Professionals: Advanced Wastewater Treatment in Latin America (Co-Sponsored by AIDIS)

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CHEMICAL ENHANCED PRIMARY TREATMENT – PILOT INVESTIGATION AND CASE STUDIES IN BRAZIL
pp. 7983-7991(9)
Authors: Jordão, Eduardo Pacheco; Figueiredo, Iene Christie

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SELECTED EXPERIENCES IN CHILE FOR THE APLICATION OF UASB TECHNOLOGY, AND RELATIONSHIP WITH SIMILAR INVESTIGATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA.
pp. 8007-8018(12)
Authors: Chamy, Rolando; Pizarro, Carolina; Vivanco, Elba; Schiappacasse, Maria; Jeison, David; Ruiz, Gonzalo

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BIODEGRADATION OF TOXIC WASTEWATERS IN AN OPTIMALLY CONTROLLED DISCONTINUOUS REACTOR
pp. 8019-8030(12)
Authors: Buitrón, Germán; Moreno-Andrade, Iván; Betancur, Manuel J.; Moreno, Jaime A.

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ANAEROBIC THERMOPHILIC DIGESTION OF SLUDGE FROM ENHANCED PRIMARY TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER
pp. 8031-8042(12)
Authors: Noyola, Adalberto; Antonio, Tinajero A

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Session 97: Leading Edge Research: Anthropogenic Pollutants

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IRON ADDITION DECREASES NET MERCURY METHYLATION IN LABORATORY WETLAND MICROCOSMS
pp. 8074-8098(25)
Authors: Mehrotra, Anna S.; Sedlak, David L.

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BIODEGRADATION PATTERNS AND TOXICITY OF THE CONSTITUENTS OF CANOLA OIL
pp. 8099-8105(7)
Authors: Zhao, Yuechen; Campo, Pablo; Suidan, Makram T.; Venosa, Albert D.

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EVALUATING ALTERNATIVE ALUMINUM SOURCES FOR CHLORIDE REMOVAL FROM RECYCLED COOLING WATER
pp. 8106-8115(10)
Authors: Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed; Batchelor, Bill

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THE FATE OF INFECTIOUS PRION PROTEINS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
pp. 8116-8118(3)
Authors: Bartholomay, C.; Benson, C. H.; Pedersen, J. A.; Aiken, J. M.; McMahon, K. D.

Session 98: Industrial Issues & Treatment Technology: Wastewater Management and Transport Facilities

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COMPREHENSIVE DEICING RUNOFF MANAGEMENT AT BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
pp. 8119-8123(5)
Authors: Mericas, Dean; Brooks, Joanne; Williams, Mark

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GLYCOL TREATABILITY AT A POTW
pp. 8124-8145(22)
Authors: Coonan, Stephen J.; Jordan, Betty L.; M, Janet

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PASSIVE SYSTEM TREATS INDUSTRIAL STORMWATER FOR CLASS V INJECTION CRITERIA
pp. 8146-8155(10)
Authors: Pintenich, Jeffrey L.; Mullen, Jason W.

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Session 99: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Fixed Film Processes

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Confirming BAF Performance for Treatment of CEPT Effluent on a Space Constrained Site
pp. 8167-8186(20)
Authors: Newman, Josh; Occiano, Victor; Appleton, Ron; Melcer, Henryk; Sen, Seval; Parker, Denny

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OPTIMIZING THE TF/SC PROCESS FOR NITRIFICATION
pp. 8187-8200(14)
Authors: Biesterfeld, Sidney; Dane, Mark; Dingeman, Richard; Freeman, Dan; Heppler, Paul; Keilbach, Kurt; Oram, Ernie; David, Paterniti; Wadas, Dan; Lutz, Mike

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TROUBLESHOOTING SAF AND BAF BIOFILM REACTORS ON FULL SCALE
pp. 8201-8217(17)
Authors: Michelet, Fabien; Jolly, Martin; Chan, Tak Fan; Rogalla, Frank

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CONVENTIONAL TRICKLING FILTER EFFLUENT QUALITY: PREDICTABILITY AND VARIABILITY
pp. 8218-8236(19)
Authors: Parker, Denny; Millea, Kathleen; Newman, Josh; Waterman, Neil; Witzgall, Bob

Session 100: Residuals & Biosolids Management: Management and Regulations

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PATHOGEN REDUCTION AT A CLASS B LAND APPLICATION SITE: AN EVALUATION OF FEDERAL LAND APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
pp. 8237-8259(23)
Authors: Barritt, Amber M.; Goodman, Brett P.; Zoltek, Kim O.

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REGIONAL FACILITIES – PARTNERSHIPS THAT BETTER THE INDUSTRY
pp. 8295-8299(5)
Authors: Ostoich, Elizabeth A.; Baroldi, Layne T.

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CHARTING THE FUTURE FOR BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT USING LIFECYCLE COST
pp. 8300-8321(22)
Authors: Bullard, C. Michael; Blount, Paul B.; Curtis, G. Stanley

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