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WEFTEC 2005: Session 1 through Session 10

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Session 1: Leading Edge Research: AEESP Lecture and Advances in Anaerobic Digestion

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OVERVIEW OF ANAEROBIC TREATMENT: CRUCIAL FACTORS IN SUCCESSFUL ANAEROBIC PROPIONATE METABOLISM
pp. 1-36(36)
Authors: Speece, R. E.; Kim, Moonil; Azbar, Nuri

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EFFECTS OF FERRIC HYDROXIDE ON METHANOGENESIS FROM LIPIDS AND LONG-CHAIN FATTY ACIDS IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
pp. 37-52(16)
Authors: Li, Zhengkai; Wrenn, Brian A.; Mukherjee, Biplab; Venosa, Albert D.

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STEAM-EXPLOSION PRE-TREATMENT FOR ENHANCING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER SLUDGE
pp. 53-73(21)
Authors: Dereix, Marcela; Parker, Wayne; Kennedy, Kevin

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MICROBIAL POWER: ELECTRICITY GENERATION FROM DOMESTIC AND AGRICULTURAL WASTEWATERS USING MICROBIAL FUEL CELLS
pp. 93-99(7)
Authors: Logan, Bruce; Min, Booki; Kim, JungRae; Heilmann, Jenna; Oh, SangEun; Liu, Hong

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The Growth Kinetics and Competition Between Methanosarcina and Methanosaeta in Mesophilic Anaerobic Digestion
pp. 100-121(22)
Authors: Conklin, Anne S.; Stensel, H. David; Ferguson, John F.

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ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF THERMO-OXIDIZED EXCESS MUNICIPAL SLUDGE
pp. 122-131(10)
Authors: Rivero, Jesus A. Cacho; Suidan, Makram T.

Session 2: Industrial Issues & Treatment Technology: Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in the Environment: Understanding and Managing the Impacts

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PHARMACEUTICALS AND OTHER ORGANIC WATEWATER CONTAMINANTES IN WATER RESURCES IN THE UNITED STATES
pp. 132-144(13)
Authors: Focazio, M.J.; Kolpin, D.W.; Furlong, E.T.; Barnes, K.K.; Meyer, M.T.; Zaugg, S.D.; Barber, L.B.

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CONTROL OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND ANIMAL HEALTH PRODUCTS IN WASTEWATER EFFLUENTS FROM MANUFACTURING SITES
pp. 145-155(11)
Authors: Parke, Neil J.; Good, Nanci F.; Meyerhoff, Roger D.

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AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT INGREDIANTS
pp. 183-206(24)
Authors: Vashon, R. D.; Versteeg, D.J.; McAvoy, D. C.; Fendinger, N. J.

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API REMOVAL FROM PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING WASTEWATER – RESULTS OF PROCESS DEVELOPMENT, PILOT-TESTING, AND SCALE-UP
pp. 207-226(20)
Authors: Helmig, Edward G.; Fettig, Jamie D.; Cordone, Leslie; Schoenberg, Theodore H.; DeMarco, Matthew J.; Suri, Rominder, P.S.

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REMOVAL OF PHARMACEUTICALS AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS: RESULTS OF THE POSEIDON PROJECT
pp. 227-243(17)
Authors: Ternes, Thomas; Joss, Adriano; Kreuzinger, Norbert; Miksch, Korneliusz; Lema, Juan M.; Gunten, Urs von; McArdell, Christa S.; Siegrist, Hansruedi

Session 3: Industrial Issues & Treatment Technology: Membrane Biological Reactors and Water Reuse

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COMPARISON OF CONVENTIONAL & THERMOPHILIC AEROBIC MBRS TREATING HIGH STRENGTH OILY PET FOOD WASTEWATER
pp. 244-252(9)
Authors: Kurian, R.; Acharya, C.; Nakhla, G.; Bassi, A.

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TREATMENT OF A HIGH CONCENTRATION BEVERAGE WASTE STREAM USING MBR TECHNOLOGY
pp. 261-271(11)
Authors: Murray, Craig W.; Abreu, Luis H.; Husband, Joseph A.

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Aerobic Treatment of Landfill Leachate Using a Submerged Membrane Bioreactor - Prospects for On-site Use
pp. 282-294(13)
Authors: Sadri, Sara; Cicek, Nazim; VanGulck, Jamie

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Achieving Zero Discharge at Industrial Facilities
pp. 295-300(6)
Authors: Olthof, Meint; Shelby, Sam E.

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Session 4: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Grit Removal

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AN INNOVATIVE GRIT REMOVAL PROCESS FOR THE CITY OF COUNCIL BLUFFS WWTP PROVIDES FINER GRIT REMOVAL AT LOW HEAD LOSSES
pp. 312-324(13)
Authors: Hobson, Keith L.; Twitchell, Laurie A.; Pangelina, Hank

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Session 5A: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Wet Weather Management in Wastewater Treatment Facilities

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HIGH RATE CLARIFICATION TREATMENT FOR WET WEATHER FLOWS: A SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON
pp. 363-382(20)
Authors: Landon, Susan K.; Cruden, Donald; Donahue, Colleen; Jeyanayagam, Sam

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DEMONSTRATION OF BALLASTED FLOCCULATION FOR TREATMENT OF WET WEATHER SEWER FLOWS
pp. 383-395(13)
Authors: Kirby, Andrew; Jarrett, Paul; Gunn, Catrina

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ACTIFLO®: A YEAR'S WORTH OF OPERATING EXPERIENCE FROM THE LARGEST SSO SYSTEM IN THE US
pp. 396-420(25)
Authors: Keller, John; Kobylinski, A.; Hunter, Gary L.; Fitzpatrick, James D.

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BALLASTED FLOCCULATION – SURFACTANTS AND EFFLUENT FOAMING POTENTIAL
pp. 421-445(25)
Authors: Fitzpatrick, Jim; Wallis-Lage, Cindy; Bhandari, Alok; Palomo, Mónica

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IN THE ABSENCE OF THE BLENDING POLICY: A NOVEL HIGH RATE BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT PROCESS
pp. 446-461(16)
Authors: Jimenez, Jose A.; Parker, Denny S.; Bratby, John R.; Schuler, Peter F.; Campanella, Kevin V.; Freedman, Steven D.

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PEAK FLOW TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES EVALUATED FOR THE EUGENE-SPRINGFIELD WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY, OREGON
pp. 487-505(19)
Authors: Noesen, M.G.; Laffitte, Dan; Clark, Shawn; Sprick, Robert; McAllister, Troy; Daigger, Glen

Session 5B: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Biological Nutrient Removal

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BATCH AND CONTINUOUS FLOW-REGIME SYSTEM COMPARISON PERFORMING BPR
pp. 506-517(12)
Authors: Peña-Tijerina, Ana J.; Qasim, Syed R.

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NUTRIENT REMOVAL IN AN UNCERTAIN REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
pp. 518-532(15)
Authors: Stephenson, Roger V.; Mohr, Jeffrey D.

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PHOSPHORUS RELEASE IN THE SECONDARY CLARIFIER OF A FULL-SCALE BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL SYSTEM
pp. 533-547(15)
Authors: Batista, Jacimaria R.; Becker, Jon R.; Unz, Richard F.; Johnson, Walt

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ALTERNATIVES FOR TREATING HIGH NITROGEN LIQUOR FROM ADVANCED ANAEROBIC DIGESTION AT THE BLUE PLAINS AWTP
pp. 548-561(14)
Authors: Constantine, Tim A.; Murthy, Sudhir; Bailey, Walt; Benson, Len; Sadick, Tom; Daigger, Glen

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CARBON MANAGEMENT AT THE NEW READING WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 562-575(14)
Authors: Cranshaw, Ian; Foster, David; Coleman, Patrick; Barnard, James

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NITRITE REDUCTION EVALUATION FOR THE MIAMI-DADE WASD SOUTH DISTRICT WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 576-593(18)
Authors: Fergen, R.; Pitt, P.; Cowgill, J.; Vinci, P.; Harris, R.; Kronheim, S.; Coro, E.

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LESS THAN 0.2 mgP/L AND 3 mgN/L – MEETING THESE NEW LIMITS WHILE STILL USING EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT OWASA'S MASON FARM WWTP
pp. 594-603(10)
Authors: Bratby, J.; Schuler, P.; Willis, J.; Gottschalk, W.; Redmon, D.; Parker, D.

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Session 6: Residuals and Biosolids Management: Thermal Treatment

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SYSTEMS APPROACH TO INTEGRATING BIOSOLIDS AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT
pp. 606-633(28)
Authors: Strehler, Jennifer L.; Parry, David L.

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VITRIFICATION: A SUSTAINABLE BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT ALTERNATIVE
pp. 659-666(8)
Authors: Baudhuin, T.; Carroll, T.; Paulson, R.

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DEVELOPMENT IN EMISSIONS TECHNOLOGY FOR INCINERATORS
pp. 667-680(14)
Author: Burrowes, Peter

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OVERVIEW OF WASTEWATER SOLIDS INCINERATION
pp. 681-689(9)
Authors: Welp, James; Brady, Peter; Lundberg, Lee; McCarthy, Peter

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THERMAL DRYING OF WASTEWATER SOLIDS
pp. 690-700(11)
Author: Sapienza, Frank

Session 7: Collection Systems: Regulatory Issues: EPA Wet Weather Permitting and Enforcement Policies and Procedures

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REVIEW OF EPA BLENDING POLICY: LEGAL AND REGULATORY CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 701-710(10)
Authors: Cohen, Gary B.; Hall, John C.

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CONCEPT FOR THE INTEGRATION OF WET WEATHER PROGRAMS
pp. 711-721(11)
Authors: Molloy, Jenny; Valente, Betsy; Wolf, Joel; Sullivan, Michael

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CSO DISCHARGE REPORTING AND TRACKING
pp. 738-750(13)
Authors: Vallabhaneni, Srini; Masbaum, Bob; Mazza, Mario

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TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF ATLANTA'S CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE
pp. 751-767(17)
Authors: Mills, Sally; Sukenik, William

Session 8: Stormwater Management: Innovative Approaches to NPDES Stormwater Programs

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MUNICIPAL STORMWATER PROGRAMS: WHAT'S WORKING?
pp. 768-777(10)
Authors: Kosco, John; Williams, Christy; Molloy, Jennifer

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OPTICAL BRIGHTENERS FOR ILLICIT DISCHARGE SURVEYS
pp. 778-786(9)
Authors: Iyer, Seshadri; Scheessele, Elizabeth; McLaughlin, Steve

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Developing a Stormwater Post-Construction Ordinance that will Protect Mecklenburg County's Watersheds
pp. 787-798(12)
Authors: Clements, Trevor; Rozzelle, Rusty; Hammock, Daryl

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MUNICIPAL STORMWATER: THE NEW CLEAN WATER ACT BATTLEGROUND
pp. 799-803(5)
Authors: Sheehan, John; Calamita, Paul

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HUNTING FOR WASTEWATER IN A D.C. STORM SEWER
pp. 812-820(9)
Authors: Lucas, Barry; Cole, Sharon L.; Cassidy, John F.

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ANALYSIS OF DETECTION LIMITS FROM THE NATIONAL STORMWATER QUALITY DATABASE
pp. 821-843(23)
Authors: Maestre, Alexander; Pitt, Robert

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COLLECTING STORMWATER FROM OVERLAND FLOW AT GAS WELL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION SITES
pp. 844-859(16)
Authors: Wachal, David J.; Banks, Kenneth E.; Hunter, David H.

Session 9: Surface Water Quality & Ecology: Permitting - There are Options

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GOING OUTSIDE THE TREATMENT PLANT FOR NPDES COMPLIANCE: NON-POINT SOURCE PHOSPHORUS REDUCTION BY STREAM RESTORATION
pp. 877-887(11)
Authors: Jamesson, Guy M.; Volkerding, Ronald S.; Guenther, Carl E.; Dardinger, Heather L.

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PASSAGE OF AMERICAN SHAD (ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA) THROUGH THE DISCHARGE WATERS OF A WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT.
pp. 909-929(21)
Authors: Henderson; Nathan, J.; Shreve-Gibb, B.; Pearson, J.; Billips, D.

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SO, YOU THINK YOU'RE IN COMPLIANCE? THINK AGAIN!
pp. 930-938(9)
Authors: Hall, John; Shermer, Steve

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IMPLEMENTING ANTIDEGRADATION POLICIES FOR NPDES PERMIT PROGRAMS
pp. 939-955(17)
Authors: Tonning, B. W.; Brewer, K.

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DERIVING A GENERAL USE WATER QUALITY STANDARD FOR SULFATE
pp. 956-965(10)
Authors: Beeson, David; Byrn, Kerry; Horsley, Teri

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COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES FOR TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS COMPLIANCE IN CHATHAM TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY
pp. 966-967(2)
Authors: Bennett, Michael S.; Johnson, Russell; MacDonald, Hatch Mott

Session 10: Utility Management: Baby Boomer Bust - Succession Is a Must

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MAKING TRANSITION AND CHANGE EASIER THROUGH INTERIM CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
pp. 968-976(9)
Authors: Grissop, G.A.; Kellogg, S.R.; Taylor, J.L.

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LEADing THE WAY IN WORKFORCE PLANNING
pp. 977-999(23)
Authors: Bonnarens, Maura A.; Villarreal, Polly A.

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KNOWLEDGE CAPTURE - A CASE STUDY OF THE FREDERICK COUNTY SANITATION AUTHORITY
pp. 1000-1010(11)
Authors: Jennings, Jason; Olstein, Myron; Hannan, Phil; Jones, Wellington

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CITY OF LAS VEGAS ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION BETS BIG ON THE FLEXIBLE WORKER CONCEPT
pp. 1011-1017(7)
Authors: Johnson, Michael D.; Mendenhall, David L.

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