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WEFTEC 2006: Session 21 through Session 30

Session 21: Leading Edge Research: Nitrogen Removal and Side Stream Strategies

Biodegradability of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen: Adaptation of the BOD Test
pp. 1550-1559(10)
Authors: Murthy, Sudhir; Jones, Kimberly; Baidoo, Simon; Pagilla, Krishna

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Simultaneous Nitrification and Denitrification through Low-Do Operation
pp. 1583-1597(15)
Authors: Ju, Lu-Kwang; Huang, Lin; Trivedi, Hiren

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Enhanced Nitrogen Removal using Immobilized Cell Augmented Activated Sludge Process
pp. 1607-1626(20)
Authors: Jittawattanarat, Rungrod; Kostarelos, Konstantinos; Khan, Eakalak

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High-Rate Nitrification by Co2-Sensitive Nitrifying Bacteria
pp. 1627-1637(11)
Authors: DuPont, Samuel J.; Finklea, Brent D.; Posso, Lina M.; Stroot, Peter G.

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Treatment of Spent Filter Backwash Wastewater using Dissolved Air Flotation Process
pp. 1638-1639(2)
Authors: Samuel, Michelle; Jones, Kimberly; Murthy, Sudhir

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Session 22: Industrial Issues and Treatment Technology: Wastewater Treatment in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry

Treatment to Remove High-Strength Contaminants in Wastewater Generated in the Destruction of VX Nerve Agent: Development of Technology and Demonstration of Environmental Quality
pp. 1640-1676(37)
Authors: Dekleva, Lynn Ann; Renner, Carl A.; Alexovich, Nicole A.; Reich, Robert A.; Ventura, Marge P.

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Treatment of High Strength Chemical Industry Wastewater using Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) and Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC) Technology
pp. 1677-1694(18)
Authors: Ratcliffe, Michael; Rogers, Cris; Merdinger, Mike; Prince, Joseph; Mabuza, Themba; Johnson, Chandler H.

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The Removal of Alkylphenol Ethoxylate Surfactants in Activated Sludge Systems
pp. 1695-1708(14)
Authors: Melcer, Henryk; Monteith, Hugh; Staples, Charles; Klecka, Gary

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Efficient Biodestruction of Wastewater-Blended, Oxidant-Laden Residual Streams
pp. 1709-1713(5)
Authors: Brown, Jess C.; Wheadon, Rick D.; Hansen, Edwin J.

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21 Years of O&M Experience With Hybrid Anaerobic Treatment
pp. 1714-1722(9)
Authors: Patrick, George C.; Wandless, Kenneth D.; Young, James C.

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Modeling of an IFAS Process with Fungal Biomass Treating Pharmaceutical Wastewater
pp. 1723-1738(16)
Authors: Schraa, Oliver; Robinson, Paul; Selegran, Anette

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Session 23: Industrial Issues and Treatment Technology: Nutrient Removal and Recovery

Calcium Silicate Hydrate Triggered Phosphorus Recovery – An Efficient Way to Tap the Potential of Waste- and Process Waters as Key Resource
pp. 1747-1765(19)
Authors: Berg, Ute; Schwotzer, Matthias; Weidler, Peter G.; Nüesch, Rolf

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Time vs. Space: Two Successful Biological Nutrient Removal Strategies
pp. 1766-1775(10)
Authors: Kang, S.J.; Olmstead, K. P.; Nobinger, T.; Patel, C.; Hill, G.

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IFAS Media in a Sequencing Batch Reactor for Nitrification and Denitrification of High Strength Wastewater
pp. 1776-1788(13)
Authors: Vetter, R. L.; Pehrson, R.; Hubbell, S. B.

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Simultaneous Nitrification Denitrification in an Aerobic MBR Treating High Strength Pet Food Wastewater
pp. 1789-1799(11)
Authors: Acharya, Chandresh; Nakhla, G.; Bassi, A.

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Session 24: Industrial Issues and Treatment Technology: Remediation of Contaminated Waters and Industrial Sites

A Forensic Approach to Solve a Ground Water Contamination Problem
pp. 1800-1810(11)
Authors: Scher, Coby A.; Caputo, Dennis L.

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Water Quality and Habitat Improvement at a Decommissioned Phosphate Fertilizer Facility
pp. 1811-1819(9)
Authors: Pries, John; Shaw, Jon; Orban, Mike

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Fate of Arsenic during Biological Treatment of High Strength Wastewater -Case Study
pp. 1820-1829(10)
Authors: Kochany, Jan; Smith, Wayne

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Session 25: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Membrane Bioreators

Pretreatment Requirements for Membrane Bioreactors
pp. 1846-1855(10)
Authors: Côté, Pierre; Brink, David; Adnan, Ali

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Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal within Membrane Bioreactors
pp. 1856-1867(12)
Authors: Crawford, G.; Daigger, G.; Erdal, Z.

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Treating Wet Weather Flows in a Membrane Bioreactor: Changes in Mixed Liquor Properties cannot be Neglected
pp. 1868-1885(18)
Authors: Trussell, R. Shane; Merlo, Rion P.; Cheng, Stephanie; Jolis, Domènec; Sukapanpotharam, Pardi; Bucher, Bob; Hermanowicz, Slawomir W.; Jenkins, David

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600 MLD Membrane Bioreactor for Tertiary Nitrification in Hamilton, Ontario
pp. 1886-1896(11)
Authors: Constantine, Tim A.; Chauvin, Dan; Bainbridge, Mark; Reiach, Lindsay; Crawford, George; Daigger, Glen; Ferguson, Linda

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Brightwater: The Design Challenges of a 39 mgd (150 MLD) Membrane Bioreactor
pp. 1897-1903(7)
Authors: Komorita, J.; Burke, P.; Youker, B.; Crawford, G.

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Comparison of Biofouling Control in a Membrane Bioreactor via Two Coarse Bubble Aeration Cycles
pp. 1904-1916(13)
Authors: Mansell, Bruce; Peterson, James; Tang, Chi-Chung; Horvath, Robert; Stahl, James

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Redundancy and Reliability – The 5th Generation of Membrane Bioreactor Design
pp. 1917-1918(2)
Authors: Boe, R.; Quan, C.; Whitaker, B.; Klein, A.; Goodwin, S.; Crawford, G.

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Session 26: Municipal Wastewater Treatment Processes: Preliminary/Primary Treatment

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Influence of Source Characteristics, Chemicals and Flocculation on Non-Settleable Solids and Chemically Enhanced Primary Treatment
pp. 1936-1951(16)
Authors: Neupane, Dilli R.; Riffat, Rumana; Murthy, Sudhir N.; Peric, Marija R.

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Chemically Enhanced Primary Treatment Leads to Big Savings Oro Loma Sanitary District Experience
pp. 1971-1981(11)
Authors: Gerges, H.Z.; Cortez, Mike; Wei, Ho Ping

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Chemically Enhanced Primary Treatment for a Large Water Reclamation Facility on a Constricted Site – Considerations for Design, Start-Up, And Operation
pp. 1982-1992(11)
Authors: Mills, Jeffrey A.; Reardon, Roderick D.; Chastain, C. Edward; Cameron, John L.; Goodman, Gregory V.

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Removal of Organics and Nutrients from the Combined Sewage in Shanghai using Coagulation-Flocculation Process
pp. 1993-2005(13)
Authors: Tian-yin, Huang; Si-qing, Xia; Jian-fu, Zhao; Xi-wu, Lu; Yong, Huang; Sui-bing, Liu

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Session 27: Residuals and Biosolids Management: Beneficial Use

Polling the Experts to Assess Biosolids Sampling and Handling Methods for USEPA-Approved Microbial Detection Techniques
pp. 2016-2023(8)
Authors: Long, Sharon C.; D'Amato, Victor A.; Bahe, Anita R.; Cassidy, Glenn

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Can an Agency maintain a Biosolids Management Program in another County?
pp. 2040-2043(4)
Author: Jones, Diane Gilbert

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Use of Disturbed Western Rangelands as Dedicated Biosolids Beneficial use Sites
pp. 2044-2059(16)
Authors: McFarland, Michael J.; Schmitz, Mark; Brobst, Robert B.; Desai, Dharmin; Hall, Heath R.

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“A Sustainable Use For Dried BioSolids”
pp. 2060-2067(8)
Author: Morton, Edward L.

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Use of Lime Stabilized Biosolids for Turf Grass Production in the New Jersey Pinelands
pp. 2068-2087(20)
Authors: Wardell, Michael R.; Hill, Dolores A.

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A Tale of Three Cities – Different Approaches to Class A Biosolids Management
pp. 2088-2089(2)
Authors: Bullard, C. Michael; Bonne, Robert; Brice, Russell P.; Lassiter, Barrett

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Four Different Pathways to Advanced Biosolids Stabilization Assessing Drivers and Results To-Date
pp. 2090-2091(2)
Authors: Hoener, Webster; Santha, Hari; Pickworth, Brian; Abraham, Kenneth

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Session 28: Collection Systems: Pressure Systems – Pumping and Transmission Issues

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Hydraulic Challenges of Designing for a High-Capacity and High-Head Pump Station
pp. 2116-2131(16)
Authors: Ball, Bruce; Voges, Emil; Andrews, Rick; Kessler, Bruce

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Pumping Station Modifications to Comply with ANSI/HI 9.8 improve performance while lessening O&M Requirements — Two Case Studies
pp. 2143-2157(15)
Authors: Sehloff, Allen P.; Curtis, Glen; Henry, Rick; Huttes, Rex; Jones, Garr; Song, Don

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Session 29: Collection Systems: Collection Systems 101 – The Basics

Encroachment of Migrating Streams on Sanitary Sewer Manholes
pp. 2165-2186(22)
Authors: Haemmerle, Brian M.; Kipp, Mark A.

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Private Lateral Program – Knoxville Utilities Board
pp. 2187-2196(10)
Authors: Jenkins, C. Douglas; Hall, Herschel

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Twenty Years of Combating FOG and Tree Roots
pp. 2197-2207(11)
Author: Bowen, Andy

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Pumping Station CSI – Case Studies
pp. 2208-2215(8)
Authors: Curti, Robert A.; Rolak, John S.

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Design-Storm Analysis Extrapolated to Estimate Long-Term Performance
pp. 2216-2233(18)
Authors: Johnson, Reese P.; Koran, Joseph M.; Schultz, Nancy U.

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Session 30: Surface Water Quality and Ecology: TMDLs: A Nationwide Perspective

Recent Judicial Decisions on TMDL Implementations: What Every Discharger should know
pp. 2234-2244(11)
Authors: Hall, John; Hall, William; Cohen, Gary B.

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Critical Evaluation of Waterbody Assessment Processes
pp. 2245-2274(30)
Authors: Griffith, Lindsay M.; Linenfelser, Bret

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Development of Nutrient TMDLS for the Raritan River Basin
pp. 2275-2295(21)
Authors: Amidon, Thomas; Cosgrove, James F.

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Be Careful what you ask for… A Florida Example of TMDL Development and Implementation
pp. 2296-2316(21)
Authors: Goodman, Brett; Hutton, Rick; Roberts, Rick; Grippo, April

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Bacteria TMDL Solution to Protect Public Health and Delisting Process in Columbus, GA
pp. 2317-2333(17)
Authors: Arnett, Clifford J.; Boner, Mark; Bowman, Jessica

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Development of a Dioxin TMDL for the Houston Ship Channel in Texas
pp. 2361-2362(2)
Authors: Palachek, Randy; Dean, Kirk; Suarez, Monica P.; Rifai, Hanadi S.; Koenig, Larry

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