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WEFTEC 2005: Session 71 through Session 80

Session 71: Leading Edge Research: Activated Sludge: Molecular Methods

IMPACT OF BIOPOLYMER FORMATION ON OXYGEN UPTAKE REACTIONS IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESSES
pp. 5883-5889(7)
Authors: Moon, Hyung-Mo; Young, James C.

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Session 72: Leading Edge Research: Activated Sludge: Emerging Processes

BATCH TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING METHANOL UTILIZER MAXIMUM SPECIFIC GROWTH RATE
pp. 5911-5932(22)
Authors: Dold, Peter; Murthy, Sudhir; Takacs, Imre; Bye, Chris

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ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN A CANNIBAL™- TYPE ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS
pp. 5933-5940(8)
Authors: Goel, Ramesh K.; Noguera, Daniel R.

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PHOSPHORUS ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS UTILIZATION OF VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS PRODUCED BY FERMENTATION OF ANAEROBIC MIXED LIQUOR
pp. 5971-5986(16)
Authors: Tremblay, Sonia; Hilger, Helene; Barnard, James L.; deBarbadillo, Chris; Goins, Pete

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Session 73: Leading Edge Research: Frontiers of Drinking Water Technology: A Look at the Research Conducted by DC WASA's Vigilant Water Quality Program

NATIONAL IMPACTS FROM DC'S LEAD EXPERIENCE
pp. 5994-6014(21)
Authors: Reiber, Steve; Giani, Richard

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DEVELOPING A WATER MONITORING PROGRAM FOR SECURITY PURPOSES IN WASHINGTON, DC
pp. 6015-6021(7)
Authors: Keefer, William; Donnelly, Maureen

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CLASSIFICATION OF DISTRIBUTION FLUSHING ZONES USING HYDRANT WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS
pp. 6022-6031(10)
Authors: Ngantcha, Tibenja; Giani, Richard

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Session 74: Industrial Issues & Treatment Technology: Industrial Residuals Management, Minimization and Reuse

MANAGEMENT OF BY-PRODUCT SOLIDS GENERATED IN THE PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRY
pp. 6043-6056(14)
Author: Thacker, William E.

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USE OF SPENT STEEL CASTING FOUNDRY SAND IN MANUFACTURED TOPSOIL
pp. 6057-6067(11)
Authors: Logan, Terry J.; Lindsay, Billie J.

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ELECTRO-KINETIC DEWATERING OF OILY AND PROTEINACEOUS SLUDGES
pp. 6068-6076(9)
Authors: Yang, Lin; Nakhla, George; Bassi, Amarjeet S.

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THE USE OF LIQUID-LIQUID EXTRACTION FOR HEAVY METALS RECOVERY AND REUSE FROM PLATING WASTEWATERS
pp. 6077-6087(11)
Authors: Usinowicz, Paul J.; Monzyk, Bruce F.; Conkle, H. Nicholas; Rose, J. Kevin; Chauhan, Satya P.

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CO-DIGESTION OF FOOD INDUSTRIAL RESIDUALS AND WASTE ACTIVATED SLUDGE: A PILOT STUDY
pp. 6088-6096(9)
Authors: Pierkiel, Agnieszka; Lanting, Jelte

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Session 75: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Advanced (Tertiary) Treatment for Low Effluent Concentrations

ACHIEVING LOW EFFLUENT TOTAL PHOSPHORUS CONCENTRATIONS—HOW LOW CAN WE GO?
pp. 6097-6111(15)
Authors: Natvik, Olav; Nutt, Stephen G.; Smith, Steven; Waite, Richard E.; Edwards, Brian R.; Yazer, Murray

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THE REALITY OF ATTAINING PLANT EFFLUENT PHOSPHORUS LIMITS OF LESS THAN 0.07 MG P/L
pp. 6112-6124(13)
Authors: Johnson, Bruce R.; Spani, Carlo; Mengelkoch, Mike; Baur, Rob

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DIRECT FILTRATION: LOW COST ALTERNATIVE TO TERTIARY CLARIFICATION EXPANSION
pp. 6125-6138(14)
Authors: McCormick, J.F.; Spani, C.; Sunderland, P.; Fuller, B.

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PERFORMANCE AND PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN MUSKEGON'S WASTEWATER LAND TREATMENT SYSTEM
pp. 6139-6151(13)
Authors: Hu, Cong; Kendrick, David; Zhang, Tian C.; Huang, Yong H.; Dahab, Mohamed F.; Surampalli, Rao

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EVALUATION AND DESIGN OF A CLOTH DISK FILTER TO MEET TITLE 22 REUSE CRITERIA
pp. 6152-6164(13)
Authors: Furuya, Alison; Calciano, Graham; Richard, Dave; Caliskaner, Onder; Govea, Phil

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WASTEWATER PROCESSING AND COMPLIANCE RELATIVE TO ULTRA-LOW LEVEL MERCURY PERMITTING
pp. 6165-6177(13)
Authors: Sears, K.J.; Alleman, J.E.; Borgnini, G.; Holden, R.; Truchan, S.; Moore, M.

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Carbon Filtration Cost Effectively Removes PCB from Municipal Wastewater
pp. 6198-6216(19)
Authors: Christeson, Curt A.; Kaiser, William R.

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Session 76: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) and Moving Bed Bioreactor (MBBR) Processes

IS YOUR MOVING BED BIOFILM REACTOR (MBBR) RUNNING ON ALL CYLINDERS?
pp. 6238-6265(28)
Authors: Zimmerman, Robert A.; Richard, D.; Lynne, S.; Lin, W.

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MODELING AS A TOOL FOR INVESTIGATING IFAS PROCESSES
pp. 6266-6289(24)
Authors: Maas, Carol L.A.; Legge, Raymond L.; Parker, Wayne J.

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IFAS OPTIONS – WHICH ONE IS RIGHT FOR YOUR PROJECT?
pp. 6290-6300(11)
Authors: Johnson, Terry L.; Wallis-Lage, Cindy L.; Shaw, Andrew R.; McQuarrie, James P.

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Session 77: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Denitrification Filters

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EVALUATION AND DESIGN OF DEEP-BED DENITRIFICATION FILTERS: EMPIRICAL DESIGN PARAMETERS VS. PROCESS MODELING
pp. 6323-6341(19)
Authors: deBarbadillo, C.; Shaw, A. R.; Wallis-Lage, C. L.

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HOW LOW CAN YOU GO? PROVE IT! ENSURING HIGH NITROGEN REMOVAL PERFORMANCE OF UPFLOW DENITRIFICATION FILTERS
pp. 6342-6352(11)
Authors: Formica, M.T.; Dievert, D.; Stitt, B.; Pearson, J.R.

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Session 78: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: New Clarifier Design MOP Part II

CLARIFIER FIELD TESTING
pp. 6353-6357(5)
Author: Esler, John K.

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CIRCULAR CLARIFIERS
pp. 6358-6362(5)

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RECTANGULAR CLARIFIERS
pp. 6363-6374(12)
Authors: Pettit, Mark; Stahl, James F.; Selna, Michael

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CLARIFIER PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND CONTROL
pp. 6375-6399(25)
Author: Voutchkov, Nikolay

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NON-US APPROACHES
pp. 6400-6402(3)
Authors: Coleman, Patrick; Halladey, Lesley

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INTERACTION OF CLARIFIERS WITH OTHER FACILITIES
pp. 6403-6430(28)
Author: Voutchkov, Nikolay

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STATE-OF-THE-ART CLAIRIFER MODELING TECHNOLOGY PART II
pp. 6431-6447(17)
Authors: Zhou, Siping; McCorquodale, Alex; Richardson, John; Wilson, Thomas E.

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Session 79: Residuals & Biosolids Management: Biogas Utilization/Co-Digestion

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LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE WORLD'S LARGEST DIGESTER GAS FUEL CELL
pp. 6460-6479(20)
Authors: Allen, Eleanor; Hennessy, Jaimie; Bush, Greg; Nelson, Carol; Hennessy, Dave

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WERF: COMPARISON OF FULL-SCALE BIOGAS ENERGY RECOVERY ALTERNATIVES
pp. 6480-6494(15)
Authors: Wong, Vicky; Bagley, David M.; MacLean, Heather L.; Monteith, Hugh

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“DON'T WASTE YOUR FOOD” - INNOVATIVE FOOD WASTE RECEIVING FACILITY
pp. 6495-6503(9)
Authors: Yoloye, Olujimi; Kiang, Don; Gray, Donald; Hendrey, Tom

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BIOSOLIDS AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: THE COVER AREA REGIONAL DIGESTER MANURE AND BIOSOLIDS PROCESSING FACILITY
pp. 6504-6512(9)
Authors: Wert, Jason D.; Dick, Julie; Siegfried, Steven M.; Delphos, Paul J.

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CO-DIGESTION—POTENTIAL INCREASE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM WASTE FOR CALIFORNIA
pp. 6513-6530(18)
Authors: Shang, Yun; Soroushian, Fred; Lindgren, Glen; Whitman, Eliza Jane

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COST EFFECTIVE ENERGY RECOVERY FROM ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED WASTEWATER SOLIDS
pp. 6531-6547(17)
Authors: Monteith, Hugh; Bagley, David; MacLean, Heather; Kalogo, Youssouf

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A TECHNOLOGY REVIEW FOR CO-DIGESTION OF FOOD WASTE WITH BIOSOLIDS AND/OR MANURE AND A BENCH-SCALE DIGESTABILITY STUDY FOR CO-DIGESTION
pp. 6548-6565(18)
Authors: Erdal, U.G.; Erdal, Z.K.; Soroushian, F.; Cambiaso, P.; Whitman, E.J.

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Session 80: Residuals & Biosolids Management: Thickening and Dewatering

ODOR REDUCTION USING ALTERNATIVE POLYMERS AND DEWATERING EQUIPMENT
pp. 6566-6581(16)
Authors: Abu-Orf, Mohammad; Dentel, Steven K.; Chang, Jae-Soo; Hepner, Seth; Turkmen, Muserref; Fagerstrom, Art

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INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF PROCESS CONDITIONS IN WASTEWATER SLUDGE ODOR GENERATION
pp. 6582-6604(23)
Authors: Subramanian, Rahul; Novak, John T.; Murthy, Sudhir; Glindemann, Dietmar; North, Jason

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DAF THICKENERS ENHANCING PLANT PERFORMANCE AND FLEXIBILITY
pp. 6605-6614(10)
Authors: Stigers, Tracy; Schafer, Perry; McCarthy, Bill

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COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENTS OF SCREW PRESSES FOR MUNICIPAL BIOSOLIDS DEWATERING
pp. 6636-6649(14)
Authors: Kennedy, Kevin A.; Williams, Robert B.; Oyama, Edward H.

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INNOVATIVE BIOSOLIDS DEWATERING SYSTEM PROVED A SUCCESSFUL PART OF THE UPGRADE TO THE OLD TOWN, MAINE WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY
pp. 6650-6665(16)
Authors: Atherton, Peter C.; Steen, Robert; Stetson, Gary; McGovern, Timothy; Smith, David

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IT PAYS TO DEWATER SLUDGE
pp. 6666-6676(11)
Authors: Bassyouni, Adel; Kanj, Jamal; Garcia, Guillermo E.

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