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WEFTEC 2005: Session 81 through Session 90

Session 81: Collection Systems: FOG and Mysteries of Large Pipe Maintenance at Foggy Bottom

“GRIT HAPPENS” – HOW CLEANING A TUNNEL REDESIGNED A PUMP STATION
pp. 6677-6687(11)
Authors: Matthews, Sharon; Barnes, George; Cook, Aaron; Days, Paula; McKern, Russ

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LARGE DIAMETER SEWER & SIPHON CLEANING BY A HYDRAULIC METHOD
pp. 6688-6698(11)
Author: Blanda, Thomas

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ROBOTIC INSPECTION AND REHABILITATION
pp. 6699-6712(14)
Author: Close, Eric

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QFLOW: COLLECTION SYSTEM ANALYSIS USING A DEPTH OF FLOW
pp. 6713-6736(24)
Author: Saylor, David J.

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CONNECTICUT'S APPROACH TO MINIMIZING SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS THROUGH THE USE OF CENTRALIZED FOG RECEIVING FACILITIES
pp. 6748-6761(14)
Authors: Scott, D. Kathryn; Drew, Ray; McHale, Keith; Braccio, John

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FATS, OILS, AND GREASE (FOG) CONTROL STUDY REPORT FOG Control Building Blocks
pp. 6762-6784(23)
Authors: Shaffer, John; Steinbach, Stan; Hamlett, Bart; Troxel, Wyatt; Dryden, Frank; Wheatley, Nancy

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Session 82: Collection Systems: Something for Everyone

TWO STAGE PUMPING SYSTEM SOLVES WASTEWATER DILEMMA
pp. 6785-6796(12)
Authors: Pearson, Jon R.; Hill, Ronald P.; Moulton, W.; Ness, Diana Van

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SCADA PLANNING PROVIDES INDIANAPOLIS WITH COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT TOOL
pp. 6812-6826(15)
Authors: Grout, William R.; Speth, David J.

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INTEGRATED COLLECTION SYSTEMS MODEL SAVES MILLIONS
pp. 6827-6844(18)
Authors: Wyley, Dean; Snyder, Mary

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COLUMBUS PRIVATE SOURCE INFILTRATION AND INFLOW IDENTIFICATION PILOT PROGRAM
pp. 6845-6859(15)
Authors: Nelson, D.E.; Cantrell, C.J.; Gross, J. M.

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MIAMI-DADE LATERAL PILOT PROGRAM
pp. 6860-6868(9)
Authors: Larsen, J. Peter; Cowgill, James T.; Lovett, Rodney J.; Torrealba, Franklin

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DALLAS' INNOVATIVE DESIGN STORM APPROACH INCORPORATES RADAR-RAINFALL ANALYSIS OF STORM SIZE AND SHAPE
pp. 6869-6881(13)
Authors: Giguere, Paul; Bush, R.; Curtis, D.; Cottingame, M.

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THE SCATTERGRAPH PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE POSTER
pp. 6882-6883(2)
Authors: Stevens, P.L.; Enfinger, K.L.

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Session 83: Stormwater Management: Best Management Practices for Controlling Stormwater

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Evaluation of Constructed Wetland and Retention Pond BMPs for Attenuating Microbial Contaminants in Urban Stormwater Runoff
pp. 6910-6921(12)
Authors: Struck, Scott D.; Borst, Michael; Selvakumar, Ariamalar

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LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT IN THE TRUCKEE MEADOWS, NEVADA
pp. 6922-6936(15)
Authors: Conway, Chris; Svetich, E. Terri

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Environmental Monitoring at a Constructed Green Roof in Prince George's County, Maryland
pp. 6937-6937(1)
Authors: Koser, Sarah T.; Price, Richard; Madueke, Godwin

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Session 84: Surface Water Quality & Ecology: Water Quality Modeling and TMDL Development

AN INNOVATIVE WATER QUALITY MODELING PROJECT FOR THE BEAUFORT RIVER
pp. 6938-6956(19)
Authors: Saxon, Edward; Conrads, Paul; Roehl; Martello, William

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MODELING TRANSPORT OF SULFATHIAZOLE IN THREE LOAMY SOILS
pp. 6957-6963(7)
Authors: Kurwadkar, Sudarshan T.; Adams, Craig D.; Meyer, Michael T.; Kolpin, Dana W.

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DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF SCENARIOS FOR NON-TIDAL PASSAIC RIVER NUTRIENT TMDL
pp. 6964-6988(25)
Authors: Cosgrove, James; Cerucci, Marcelo; Amidon, Thomas

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ON THE POTENTIAL OF SATELLITE DERIVED VEGETATION PHENOLOGY FOR WATERSHED NUTRIENT MODELING: A NEURAL NETWORK APPROACH
pp. 6989-7017(29)
Authors: Nour, M.H.; Khan, A.; Smith, D.W.; El-Din, M.G. Gamal

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IMPACT OF ZEBRA MUSSELS ON DISSOLVED OXYGEN RESOURCES: IMPLICATIONS FOR ONONDAGA LAKE AND SENECA RIVER, NY WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
pp. 7018-7029(12)
Authors: Russell, Kevin T.; Rhea, James R.; Glaser, David; Opdyke, Daniel R.; Mastriano, Joseph J.

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DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW WATER QUALITY MODEL AND ITS USE IN DEFINING TOTAL LOADING MANAGEMENT TARGETS FOR THE CITY OF CALGARY
pp. 7030-7056(27)
Authors: Bechtold, J.P.; Deong, Yin; Digel, Mark; Wang, Mike; Kobryn, Barry

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Session 85: Surface Water Quality & Ecology: The Life and Times of Methyl Mercury

METHYLMERCURY FATE AND TRANSPORT STUDY
pp. 7057-7083(27)
Authors: Parmer, Amber; Maidrand, Mitch; Fry, Vicki; Abu-Saba, Khalil; Whalin, Lindsay

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EVALUATION OF WATER QUALITY TRANSLATORS FOR MERCURY: CHARTING THE COMPLEX COURSE FROM A FISH DINNER TO A PERMIT LIMIT
pp. 7084-7109(26)
Authors: Staveley, Jane; Weinberg, Nadine; Fuchsman, Phyllis; Sheffield, Alexander

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A REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF METHYLMERCURY DISCHARGES FROM MUNICIPAL TREATMENT PLANTS IN CALIFORNIA'S CENTRAL VALLEY
pp. 7110-7141(32)
Authors: Abu-Saba, K.E.; Leng, J.; Tellefson, W.; McCall, J.; O'Brien, A.; Pirondini, Tony; Paulucci, M.; Fry, V.; Gittings, S.; Hartinger, C.; Grovhoug, T.; Dunham, T.

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Session 86: Surface Water Quality & Ecology: Bacterial Source Tracking

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LOCATING POTENTIAL BACTERIAL SOURCES USING A COMPUTER MODELING APPROACH
pp. 7150-7178(29)
Authors: Swanson, J. Craig; Streich, Kelly L.; Garren, Mary E.; Zhang, Harry X.

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TOOLS TO ASSIST IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF INDICATOR BACTERIAL SOURCES
pp. 7179-7189(11)
Authors: Dean, Kirk E.; Patek, James M.; Vargas, Mel A.

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Session 87: Utility Management: Controlling Capital Costs I

CONTROLLING CAPITAL COSTS: SETTING THE STAGE
pp. 7190-7195(6)
Author: Olstein, Myron

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NON-STRUCTURAL ALTERNATIVES TO CAPITAL NEEDS
pp. 7196-7202(7)
Author: APPLETON, ALBERT F.

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PROVEN CAPITAL FUNDING TECHNIQUES
pp. 7216-7224(9)
Author: Roecker, Donald F.

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IMPLEMENTING A $3 BILLION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM USING A STATE-OF-THE-ART PROJECT CONTROLS SYSTEM
pp. 7225-7247(23)
Authors: Smith, Mathew; Salgaonkar, Jag; Gibson, Larry

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Session 88: Utility Management: Controlling Capital Costs II

USING ASSET MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS TO LOWER CAPITAL COSTS
pp. 7248-7256(9)
Author: Haskins, Scott

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CONTROLLING CAPITAL COSTS THROUGH IMPROVED CONTRACTING PROCEDURES
pp. 7267-7270(4)
Author: Schatz, William B.

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INCORPORATING RISK IN CAPITAL PRIORITIZATION
pp. 7271-7282(12)
Authors: Nagel, Ryan W.; Elenbaas, Mike; Sanchez, Ron

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Session 89: Facility Operations Including Lab Practices: Nitrification Processes

INVESTIGATION OF NITRIFICATION UPSETS AT THE AMERICAN BOTTOMS REGIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
pp. 7283-7306(24)
Authors: Grey, Gary M.; Schillinger, George R.

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NON-INVASIVE MONITORING FOR EARLY WARNING NITRIFICATION FAILURE
pp. 7307-7320(14)
Authors: Butler, Mark D.; Cartmell, Elise; Stokes, Les; Stephenson, Tom

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ATTENUATION OF NITRIFICATION INHIBITION IN A HIGH PURITY OXYGEN SECONDARY TREATMENT REACTOR
pp. 7321-7333(13)
Authors: Thomson, PJH; Wang, G.; Wimmer; Martin, J.; Mukira, D.

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Exploring Alternatives: A Process for Evaluating Nutrient Removal for a POTW with High Industrial Loading
pp. 7345-7365(21)
Authors: Linares, K.; Grandstaff, J.; Walker, H.; Bailey, E.; M'Coy, W.

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NITROGEN SOURCES AND CONSUMPTION IN BREWERY WASTEWATER TREATMENT
pp. 7366-7382(17)
Authors: Smith, Julie E.; Figueroa, Linda A

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Springettsbury Township BNR Pilot Program
pp. 7383-7397(15)
Authors: Conesa, Agustin E.; Schober, Michael; Snow, Peter

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MYTHS OF NITRIFICATION TALES OFTEN TOLD THAT ARE NOT TRUE
pp. 7398-7410(13)
Author: SCISSON, JAMES P

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Session 90: Water Reclamantion & Reuse: Membranes for Emerging Contaminants and Disinfection

EVALUATION OF REMOVALS OF NDMA, HORMONES, PHARMACEUTICALS, AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS IN A MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR
pp. 7411-7427(17)
Authors: Mansell, Bruce; Kuo, Jeff; Tang, Chi-Chung; Huitric, Shiaw-Jy; Horvath, Robert W.; Stahl, James F.

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CAN NANOFILTRATION AND ULTRA-LOW PRESSURE REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES REPLACE RO FOR THE REMOVAL OF ORGANIC MICROPOLLUTANTS, NUTRIENTS AND BULK ORGANIC CARBON? – A PILOT-SCALE INVESTIGATION
pp. 7428-7440(13)
Authors: Drewes, Jörg E.; Bellona, Christopher; Luna, John; Hoppe, Christiane; Amy, Gary; Filteau, Gerry; Oelker, Gregg; Lee, NoHwa; Bender, Jennifer; Nagel, Richard

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A SUBMERGED ATTACHED GROWTH BIOREACTOR AND MEMBRANE FILTRATION FOR WATER REUSE
pp. 7441-7451(11)
Authors: Pedros, P.B.; Catlow, I.B.; Wang, J.Y.; Dobie, W.K.; Mahony, F.R.

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HENDERSON'S NEW WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY: CHOOSING BETWEEN MEMBRANE AND NON-MEMBRANE SOLUTIONS
pp. 7452-7483(32)
Authors: Brauer, Rod; Okazaki, James; Pelissier, Don; Morine, Michael; Klein, Angie; Crawford, George; Hoyle, Julian

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Ozone and Ozone/Peroxide for Reclaimed Water Disinfection
pp. 7484-7491(8)
Authors: Salveson, Andrew T.; Mahar, Erica; Pozos, Nicki; Borg, Charles; Ferron, Shawn; Bowman, Reid

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PERFORMANCE TESTING OF A UV DISINFECTION AND OXIDATION SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE REGULATORY APPROVAL FOR WASTEWATER REINJECTION
pp. 7492-7515(24)
Authors: Royce, Alan; Williamson, Christian; Brown, Neil; Patel, Mehul

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