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WEF/A&WA Odors and Air Emissions 2006

Session 1: Methods for Sampling and Measuring Emissions I

MEASUREMENT OF REDUCED SULFUR COMPOUND AND METHANE EMISSIONS FROM KRAFT MILL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 1-20(20)
Authors: Crawford, Robert J.; Crapo, Ann M.; Stainfield, James E.

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A COMPARISON OF ODOR AND HYDROGEN SULFIDE EMISSIONS FROM TWO METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 21-40(20)
Authors: Morton, Chester M.; Diosey, Phyllis; Pope, Richard J.

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Peak-to-Mean Ratios for Odor Impacts: A Tracer Study Revisited
pp. 63-78(16)
Author: Porter, Raymond C.

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REAL-TIME NAPHTHALENE MONITORING USING AN ULTRA FAST GAS CHROMATOGRAPH
pp. 79-88(10)
Authors: Marando, M.; Terry, D.; Collins, J.; Unites, D.; Prophete, A.; Bell, T.

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Session 2: Collection System Odors and Corrosion

USE OF ADVANCED “DOSE TO DEMAND” TECHNOLOGY FOR ENHANCED LIQUID PHASE ODOR AND CORROSION CONTROL
pp. 104-127(24)
Authors: McQuade, Brett; Ward, Julie; Logan, Hugh

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Siting New Odor and Corrosion Control Facilities for Brightwater Conveyance System
pp. 128-157(30)
Authors: Ball, Bruce; Brown; Caldwell

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Surf, Sea Breezes, & Sewers
pp. 158-172(15)
Authors: Warren, Robert; Biggs, John

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Session 3: Regulatory and Policy Issues

ODOUR MANAGEMENT IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: REVIEW OF OTHER JURISDICTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
pp. 209-233(25)
Authors: Preston, Kathy; Furberg, Maria; Smith, Bob

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HYDROGEN SULFIDE LIMITS: HEALTH, ODOR, OR WELFARE BASED?
pp. 234-243(10)
Authors: Buske, Dana C.; Riegert, Matthew L.; Lannan, Michael T.

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An Odor Index Scale for Policy and Decision Making Using Ambient & Source Odor Concentrations
pp. 244-250(7)
Authors: McGinley, Charles M.; McGinley, Michael A.

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Session 3: Regulatory and Policy Issues

ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF AIR TOXIC EMISSIONS USING HARP
pp. 251-264(14)
Authors: Farrell, Lorraine; Diosey, Phyllis G.; Liang, Kit Y.

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A COMPARISON OF ODOUR COMPLAINT STATISTICS WITH MODEL CALCULATIONS OF ODOUR EPISODES
pp. 275-288(14)
Authors: Schauberger, Günther; Piringer, Martin; Petz, Erwin

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HOW THE PUBLIC CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR ODOR CONTROL EFFORTS
pp. 289-296(8)
Authors: Witherspoon, J.R.; Easter, C.; MacPherson, L.

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Session 4: Biological Odor Control Systems

A NEUTRAL pH BIOTRICKLING SCRUBBER REPLACES THERMAL OXIDIZER SAVING 600,000 ANNUALLY
pp. 297-305(9)
Authors: Webster, Neil A.; Worley, Sharon; Robinson, Norm; Govind, Rakesh

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Design and Operation of Large Scale Biotrickling Filters for Odor Control At Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts. Wastewater Treatment Facilities
pp. 306-315(10)
Authors: Morton, Robert; Lee, Andy; Palencia, Perry; Ackman, Phil; Tang, Chi-Chung; Stahl, James

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City of Ventura Uses a Bioscrubber and Carbon to Deal with High Sulfide Odors at New Headworks
pp. 316-327(12)
Authors: Robison, Doug; Wolstenholme, Philip; Pfeifer, Dan

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Biofilters and Biotowers for Treating Odors and Volatile Organic Compounds
pp. 328-346(19)
Authors: Easter, Chris; Quigley, Chris; Witherspoon, Jay

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Biological Odor Control System Pilot Testing Protocol How to Test Your Patience
pp. 347-362(16)
Authors: Milligan, Darrell; Thomas, Kimani; P.E., Bruce Singleton

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ODOR CONTROL BIOSCRUBBERS A 20-YEAR HISTORY OF SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS
pp. 363-378(16)
Authors: Wolstenholme, Philip; Schafer, Perry

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Bio-scrubber and Biofilter H2S/Odor Removal Testing @ Hyperion Treatment Plant
pp. 379-393(15)
Authors: Gilani, Cyrous A.; Haug, R. Tim; Redd, Kenneth R.; Wojslaw, Joseph A.

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Session 5: Source Containment, Control, and Management Practices

Comprehensive Wastewater Conveyance System Odor Management Plan
pp. 394-400(7)
Authors: Apgar, Dirk; Maloney, Jim

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ODOR MANAGEMENT IN JAPAN — A CASE STUDY AND RECENT IMPROVEMENT
pp. 401-406(6)
Authors: Higuchi, Takaya; Ukita, Masao; Sekine, Masahiko; Imai, Tsuyoshi

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Session 5: Source Containment, Control, and Management Practices

AN ODOR CONTROL MASTER PLANNING APPROACH TO PUBLIC OUTREACH PROGRAMS
pp. 407-427(21)
Authors: Witherspoon, Jay; Easter, C.; Voigt, R.; Gupta, Kailash; McGrath, Mike

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Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Institute: FRP 101 and Laminate Certification
pp. 428-439(12)
Authors: Lannan, Michael T.; Arthur, Gary L.

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No Chemicals Allowed! — Odor Control at a Wastewater Treatment Plant Serving an Island Resort Community
pp. 440-456(17)
Authors: Parece, Thomas E.; Stallings, Robert B.; Primeau, Deborah S.

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Session 6: Emissions from Biosolids and Solids Waste Processing

Factors Contributing to Trimethylamine Generation from Limed and Polymer Conditioned Sludges
pp. 457-466(10)
Authors: Schneekloth, Eric; Tech, Virginia; Murthy, Sudhir N.; T, John; Novak

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MULTI-STAGED WET SCRUBBER IN A SINGLE VESSEL FOR A SOLIDS HANDLING FACILITY
pp. 478-487(10)
Authors: Lannan, Michael T.; Hoey, Mark J.

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"HYDROGEN SULFIDE CONTROL FOR LANDFILLS"
pp. 488-501(14)
Authors: Lappano, Paul; Wegener, Raymond W.

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BEING GREEN DOESN'T MEAN ODOR FREE
pp. 502-514(13)
Author: Pope, Richard J.

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Session 7: Fate and Odor Modeling

Wastewater Collection System VOC Emissions Modeling: A Comparison of INTERCEPTOR, TOXCHEM+ and WATER9 Models
pp. 515-534(20)
Authors: Quigley, Chris; Card, Tom; Monteith, Hugh; Witherspoon, Jay; Adams, Greg; Pettit, Will; Torres, Ed

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Dynamic Simulation of an Organic Compound Release in Wastewater Treatment
pp. 535-548(14)
Authors: Monteith, H.; Snowling, S.; Schraa, O.; Hu, Z.

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Clean Air, Cleaner Water
pp. 549-563(15)
Author: Diosey, Phyllis G.

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ODOR MODELING FOR OVERALL ODOR CONTROL PLANNING
pp. 564-586(23)
Authors: Voelz, Lanaya D.; Thompson, Jennifer K.; Gaudes, Robert J.; Abi-Samra, Sam; Schirripa, Robert; Torres, Edward M.; Dillon, Carla D.; Ahn, Terry; Raine, Teresa J.

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Session 8: Methods for Sampling and Measuring Emissions II

NEW CONCEPTION OF DYNAMIC FLUX CHAMBERS TO FOLLOW ODOR EMISSION FROM AREA SOURCES
pp. 622-633(12)
Authors: GUILLOT, Jean-Michel; ROUX, Jean-Claude; FANLO, Jean-Louis; ROGNON, Christian; COSTE, Christian; POURTIER, Lionel

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SAMPLING METHODS ON AREA SOURCES
pp. 634-644(11)
Authors: Bockreis, Anke; Steinberg, Iris

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Session 12: Innovative Technologies

ORANGE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT SETS THE STAGE FOR CONVERSION BETWEEN THE OLD AND THE NEW: ODOR ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY
pp. 645-656(12)
Authors: Thompson, Jennifer K.; Voelz, Lanaya D.; Gaudes, Robert J.; Abi-Samra, Sam; Schirripa, Robert; Dillon, Carla D.; Ahn, Terry; Deshusses, Marc A.

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Session 8: Methods for Sampling and Measuring Emissions II

PRECISION OF OLFACTOMETRY AND ODOR TESTING RESULTS
pp. 657-666(10)
Authors: McGinley, Michael A.; McGinley, Charles M.

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Olfactometric Interlaboratory Comparison Test 2005
pp. 688-699(12)
Author: Maxeiner, Bjoern

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Session 9: Odor and Air Emissions Control Systems

GREEN WASTE AND BY SEMI-PERMEABLE MEMBRANE
pp. 709-734(26)
Authors: Ostojic, Ned; O.Brien, Martha; Thibodeaux, Lonnie; Naylor, Lew

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PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF INNOVATIVE MERCURY CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES
pp. 758-766(9)
Authors: Armet, Brian W.; Batorski, John E.

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ODOR CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS USING A BIOFILTER FOR THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
pp. 792-812(21)
Authors: Carlson, Kenneth; Wolstenholme, Philip; Bowker, Robert; Knowlton, David

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Session 10: Odor Control Planning and Monitoring

SOLVING ODOUR PROBLEMS TOGETHER WITH THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
pp. 813-824(12)
Authors: Blondeel, Martine; François, Filip; Bernaert, Paul; Baert, Robert

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ODOR CONTROL MASTER PLANNING AND BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS AT DELTA DIABLO SANITATION DISTRICT
pp. 825-849(25)
Authors: McEwen, David; Witherspoon, Jay; Chapman, Patricia

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ODOR MONITORING AT THE CITY OF MONTREAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 850-868(19)
Authors: Purenne, Pierre; Pagé, Thierry; Béchard, Vincent; Guy, Christophe

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Odor Generation from Anaerobic Sludge: Role of Iron & Aluminum
pp. 869-890(22)
Authors: Verma, Nitin; Engineers, Carollo; Park, Chul; Tech, Virginia; Novak, John T.

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PROTOTYPE TESTING OF INTEGRATED BIO-SCRUBBER AND CARBON SYSTEM @ HYPERION TREATMENT PLANT
pp. 891-901(11)
Authors: Gilani, Cyrous A.; Haug, R. Tim; Redd, Kenneth R.; Wojslaw, Joseph A.

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THE EVOLUTION OF ODOR CONTROL AT A REGIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
pp. 902-916(15)
Authors: Armet, Brian W.; Mueller, Frederick

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Session 11: Emissions from Industrial and Combustion Sources

ADDRESSING HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT AND ODOR ISSUES FOR NATURAL GAS FIRED LEAN BURN ENGINES
pp. 931-944(14)
Authors: Hottenstein, Larry; Sasadeusz, Larry; Arney, Gregg

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REDUCING DIESEL PARTICULATE EMISSIONS AT WASTEWATER UTILITIES
pp. 945-960(16)
Authors: Howard, Kirk; Kepke, Jacqueline; Williams, Mark; Higares, Michael; Witherspoon, Jay; Azar, Steven

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EMISSIONS FROM COMBUSTION SOURCES AT WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 961-974(14)
Authors: Kogan, Vladimir; Torres, Edward M.; Liang, Kit; Farrell, Lorraine

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VAPOR EXTRACTION SYSTEMS: AIR QUALITY ANALYSIS FOR A SUB-SLAB VENTILATION SYSTEM
pp. 975-985(11)
Authors: DeVito, Bella; Scarpa, Jill; Zeiner, Carolyn

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CONTROL OF ODOR AND VOC EMISSIONS FROM ABS PLASTICS FACILITY
pp. 986-1002(17)
Authors: Koetter, Bruce; McAdams, Ronald K.; Day, Duane

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MITIGATION STRATEGIES FOR THE CONTROL OF TERPENE EMISSIONS FROM COMPOSTING FACILITIES
pp. 1003-1012(10)
Authors: Yucel, A.; Büyüksönmez, F.

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Session 12: Innovative Technologies

THE POTENTIAL OF ROCKWOOL BIOFILTER MEDIA FOR ODOROUS GAS TREATMENT
pp. 1013-1032(20)
Author: Chan, Anneli Andersson

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UPDATE ON PURE OXYGEN FOR ODOR CONTROL AT THE TRINITY RIVER AUTHORITY OF TEXAS
pp. 1033-1048(16)
Authors: McMillen; S., James; Jordan; L., Betty; Speece; Richard

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A COMPARISON OF BIO-SCRUBBER SYSTEMS
pp. 1049-1062(14)
Authors: Groff, Colin D.; Kowalski, David

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INFLUENT PUMP STATION ODOR CONTROL AT SINGAPORE's CHANGI WASTEWATER RECLAMATION PLANT
pp. 1063-1078(16)
Authors: Parker, Rick; Jain, Roop; Cowden, Scott

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BIOTOWERS VS. CHEMICAL SCRUBBERS — WHAT TO CHOOSE FOR A GREENFIELD PLANT
pp. 1079-1105(27)
Authors: Allen, Eleanor; Witherspoon, Jay; Hennessy, Jaimie; Easter, Chris; Apgar, Dirk; Hummel, Stan; Butler, Rick; Yee, Steve; Tomosada, Jamie

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