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Nutrient Removal 2007

Session 1: Biological Phosphorus Removal

UNSTABLE NITRITE INHIBITION OF PHOSPHATE UPTAKE CAUSED BY AEROBIC NITRITE DENITRIFICATION OF PHOSPHATE-ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS
pp. 1-16(16)
Authors: Saito, Toshiaki; Takahashi, Kohei; Yoshida, Yukihito; Tanaka, Kazuhiro

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NITRITE EFFECT ON THE PHOSPHORUS UPTAKE ACTIVITY OF PHOSPHATE ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS (PAO) IN PILOT-SCALE SBR AND MBR REACTORS
pp. 17-38(22)
Authors: Sin, Gürkan; Niville, Kwinten; Bachis, Giulia; Jiang, Tao; Nopens, Ingmar; Van Hulle, Stijn; Vanrolleghem, Peter A.

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A PRACTICAL METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION OF PAO AND GAO POPULATIONS IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEMS
pp. 39-63(25)
Authors: López-V´zquez, Carlos M.; Hooijmans, Christine M.; Brdjanovic, Damir; Gijzen, Huub J.; van Loosdrecht, Mark C. M.

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CO-CONDITIONING OF DIGESTED EXCESS ACTIVATED SLUDGE WITH ALUM SLUDGE: BENEFIT OF PHOSPHORUS REDUCTION IN REJECT WATER
pp. 64-80(17)
Authors: Yang, Y.; Zhao, Y. Q.; Babatunde, A. O.; Kearney, P.

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A BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISM FOR COD STABILIZATION IN EBPR ANAEROBIC ZONES
pp. 81-105(25)
Authors: Erdal, Zeynep K.; Randal, Clifford W.; Erdal, Ufuk G.

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BIOMASS CAPACITY FOR ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL AS A FUNCTION OF VFA CULTIVATION
pp. 106-126(21)
Authors: Randall, Andrew Amis; Chen, Yinguang

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COMPARISON OF ACETATE AND PROPIONATE AS CARBON SOURCE IN DENITRIFYING PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL SYSTEMS
pp. 127-135(9)
Authors: Carvalho, Gilda; Lemos, Paulo C.; Oehmen, Adrian; Reis, Maria A. M.

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Session 2: BNR – Wet Weather

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MANAGEMENT OF WET WEATHER STORM FLOW CONDITIONS AT BNR/ENR TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 170-185(16)
Authors: Pitt, Paul; van Niekerk, André; Garrett, John; Hildebrand, Lauren; Bailey, Walter

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FLOW AND LOAD EQUALIZATION USING PRIMARY CLARIFIERS IN A BNR PLANT
pp. 186-201(16)
Authors: Mikola, Anna; Rautiainen, Jyri; Kiuru, Heikki

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Sludge Quality: The Key to Secondary Clarifier Performance
pp. 202-217(16)
Author: Wahlberg, Eric J.

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Session 3: External Carbon

DENITRIFICATION WITH CARBON ADDITION – KINETIC CONSIDERATIONS
pp. 218-238(21)
Authors: Dold, P.; Tak´cs, I.; Mokhayeri, Y.; Nichols, A.; Hinojosa, J.; Riffat, R.; Bailey, W.; Murthy, S.

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HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP AS A SUBSTRATE FOR DENITRIFICATION
pp. 239-250(12)
Authors: Pretorius, Coenraad; Kilian, Rudy; Jannone, John

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SPECIFIC DENITRIFICATION RATES WITH ETHANOL AND METHANOL AS SOURCES OF ORGANIC CARBON
pp. 251-279(29)
Authors: Fillos, John; Ramalingam, Krish; Bowden, Gregory; Deur, Allen; Beckmann, Keith

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Fermentation of Ice Cream/Sugar Wastewater for VFA Production for Enhanced BNR
pp. 280-283(4)
Authors: Reed, Brian E.; Hentz, Larry; Wirtz, Randy; Oldham, Bill; Ward, Dan

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Session 4: Process Optimization and Control

ANALYZING ANALYZERS: AN EVALUATION OF ON-LINE NUTRIENT ANALYZERS AT THE CITY OF PLANT CITY WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY
pp. 298-310(13)
Authors: Demko, Michael S.; Coughenour, Frank; Santos, Anni-Frid; Jeyanayagam, Sam

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IN-SITU DATA COLLECTION/MONITORING FOR MODELING THE FINAL SETTLING TANK (FSTs) AT WARDS ISLAND WPCP-BATTERY “E”
pp. 311-336(26)
Authors: Ramalingam, Krish; Fillos, John; Deur, Allen; Beckmann, Keith

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Process Control at Nutrient Removal Wastewater Treatment Plants During Toxic Shock Events
pp. 337-354(18)
Authors: Pinto, Ameet J.; Guest, Jeremy S.; Love, Nancy G.; Shaw, Andy; Fairey, Andrew W.; Iler, Patty L.; Earle, John K.; Shellenbarger, David; Barker, Douglas

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Session 5: MBR

SIMULTANEOUS NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATION IN AN MBR TREATING COPPER BEARING SYNTHETIC MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER
pp. 355-366(12)
Authors: Holakoo, Ladan; Nakhla, George; Yanful, Ernest K.; Bassi, Amarjeet S.

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Enhanced BNR with MBR – Two years of successful operation
pp. 367-381(15)
Authors: Phagoo, D.; Owerdieck, C.; Hribljan, M.; Penny, J.

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LOW NITROGEN RECLAIMED WATER ACHIEVED BY AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF MBRS AND BNR ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEM
pp. 382-401(20)
Authors: Melcer, Henryk; Tam, Patricia; Klein, Adam; Robinson, Wayne; Topolski, Brian

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Session 6: Treatment of High Strength Wastewater & Recycles

INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND ORGANIC CARBON ON DENAMMOX PROCESS
pp. 402-413(12)
Authors: Pathak, Bipin K.; Kazama, Futaba; Sumino, Tatsuo

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START-UP OF AN ANAMMOX SBR: OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS AND ASSESSMENT OF ANAMMOX ACTIVITY
pp. 414-423(10)
Authors: López, H.; Puig, S.; Ganigué, R.; Ruscalleda, M.; Balaguer, M.D.; Colprim, J.

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KEY PARAMETERS FOR CONTROL OF DEMON DEAMMONIFICATION PROCESS
pp. 424-436(13)
Authors: Wett, B.; Murthy, S.; Tak´cs, I.; Hell, M.; Bowden, G.; Deur, A.; O'Shaughnessy, M.

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TREATMENT OF HIGH-AMMONIA WASTE STREAM USING A SINGLE SUBMERGED ATTACHED GROWTH BIOREACTOR - PERFORMANCE AND NITRIFYING COMMUNITY ANALYSIS
pp. 437-454(18)
Authors: Gu, April Z.; Pedros, Philip B.; Kristiansen, Anja; Onnis-Hayden, Annalisa; Schramm, Andreas

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THE IMPACT OF SIDE-STREAM REACTOR CONFIGURATION ON FUNCTIONAL STABILITY IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE
pp. 455-469(15)
Authors: Smith, Robert C.; Oerther, Daniel B.

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NOVEL PARTIAL NITRITATION TREATMENT FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION LIQUOR OF SWINE WASTEWATER AS PRETREATMENT FOR ANAMMOX
pp. 470-482(13)
Authors: Yamamoto, Taichi; Takaki, Keita; Koyama, Toichiro; Furukawa, Kenji

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OPERATIONAL STRATEGY OF A PARTIAL NITRITATION-SBR (PN-SBR) TREATING URBAN LANDFILL LEACHATE TO ACHIEVE A STABLE INFLUENT FOR AN ANAMMOX REACTOR
pp. 483-494(12)
Authors: Ganigué, R.; López, H.; Ruscalleda, M.; Balaguer, M. D.; Colprim, J.

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Microbiology and Biochemistry of the Nitrogen Cycle Process Applications: SHARON®, ANAMMOX, and, InNitri®
pp. 495-520(26)
Authors: Warakomski, Alphonse; van Kempen, Rogier; Kos, Peter

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Session 7: LOT Nitrogen Design

A Pilot-Scale Comparison of IFAS and MBBR to Achieve Very Low Total Nitrogen Concentrations
pp. 521-535(15)
Authors: Johnson, Terry L.; Shaw, Andrew; Landi, Anthony; Lauro, Thomas; Butler, Ralph; Radko, Leah

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MBBR AND IFAS PILOT PROGRAM FOR DENITRIFICATION AT FAIRFAX COUNTY'S NOMAN COLE POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT
pp. 536-547(12)
Authors: Motsch, Sarah; Fetherolf, Dan; Guhse, George; McGettigan, John; Wilson, Tom

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ADDRESSING THE NUTRIENT CRISIS: EVALUATION OF A BIOLOGICAL FILTER TO MEET LOW TOTAL NITROGEN DISCHARGE LIMITS
pp. 548-555(8)
Authors: Viswanathan, Sudhakar; Pham, Hao; Kelly, Robert F.

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Saving the Chesapeake Bay - Planning for Less Than 3 mg/l Total N and 0.1 mg/l Total P - the Lynchburg Regional WWTP Story
pp. 569-585(17)
Authors: Bratby, John R; Schuler, Pete; Rucker, Alvin; Jimenez, Jose; Parker, Denny

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Can Anaerobic Digestion Coexist with Limit of Technology Nutrient Removal? A US Perspective
pp. 605-606(2)
Authors: Katehis, Dimitri; Murthy, Sudhir; Sadick, Tom

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Session 8: BNR Design Issues

FULL SCALE RERATE PILOT TESTING RESULTS IN AN INNOVATIVE BNR STEP FEED PROCESS AND ENR NITROGEN LEVELS
pp. 607-625(19)
Authors: Latimer, Ron J.; Pitt, Paul A.; Kowalski, David J.

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PHASED NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION PROVIDES FLEXIBLE NITROGEN REMOVAL
pp. 626-639(14)
Authors: Neethling, JB; Willey, Bruce; Harmon, Dan; Benisch, Mario

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THE PROPER SIZE OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEMS AS A FUNCTION OF THE REQUIRED PERFORMANCES
pp. 640-663(24)
Authors: Esposito, Giovanni; Fabbricino, Massimiliano; Pirozzi, Francesco

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Nitrogen Removal Design, Startup, and 6 Years of Operation in Scituate, Massachusetts
pp. 681-694(14)
Authors: Firmin, Alvin C.; Rowland, Robert

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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW YORK CITY BNR PROGRAM
pp. 695-718(24)
Authors: Mahoney, Keith; Mazzocco, Jessica; Mueller, James G.; Paradis, Elio; Bradley, Norman S.; Cooney, Thomas F.; Dailey, Sarah V.; Pitt, Paul A.; Dailey, Sarah

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Session 9: Nitrification and Bioaugmentation

Improving Nitrification through Bioaugmentation
pp. 740-765(26)
Authors: Parker, Denny S.; Wanner, Jiri

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EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF A SIDE-STREAM CENTRATE TREATMENT SYSTEM INTEGRATED WITH A SECONDARY STEP-FEED PROCESS
pp. 766-787(22)
Authors: Stinson, Beverley; Bowden, Gregory; Bodniewicz, Bohdan; Deur, Allen; Beckmann, Keith; Sexton, John

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NITRIFYING GENERA IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE MAY INFLUENCE NITRIFICATION RATES
pp. 788-804(17)
Authors: Dytczak, M. A.; Londry, K. L.; Oleszkiewicz, J. A.

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Operational Keys to Nitrite Lock
pp. 805-819(15)
Authors: Muirhead, Woodie Mark; Appleton, Ron

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Mechanisms Responsible for Apparent Free Ammonia Inhibition in a Sequencing Batch Reactor
pp. 820-842(23)
Authors: Simm, Robert A.; Mavinic, D.S.; Ramey, W.D.

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UNRAVELING THE SOURCE OF NITRIC OXIDE EMISSION DURING NITRIFICATION
pp. 843-860(18)
Authors: Kampschreur, Marlies J.; Picioreanu, Cristian; Tan, Nico; Kleerebezem, Robbert; Jetten, Mike S.M.; van Loosdrecht, Mark C. M.

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PARTIAL NITRIFICATION UNDER OXYGEN LIMITED CONDITIONS RESULTS IN SIGNIFICANT GREENHOUSE GAS PRODUCTION
pp. 861-871(11)
Authors: Ahn, Joon Ho; Ranade, Supria S.; Chandran, Kartik

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Identifying the Perfect Fit – Deploying the Right Sidestream Nitrogen Removal Process
pp. 900-902(3)
Authors: Constantine, Tim; Katehis, Dimitrios

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Session 10: Biological Phosphorus Removal Operations

OPTIMIZING BPR PLANT OPERATIONS FOR ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE LOW EFFLUENT PHOSPHORUS
pp. 903-926(24)
Authors: Barnard, James L.; Steichen, Mark T.

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IMPORTANCE OF AEROBIC UPTAKE IN OPTIMIZING BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL
pp. 927-935(9)
Authors: Narayanan, B.; Johnson, B.; Baur, R.; Mengelkoch, M.

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CALGARY'S LONG TERM BNR STRATEGY SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES CHEMICAL COSTS
pp. 936-952(17)
Authors: Rabinowitz, Barry; Fries, M. Kim; Wilson, A. Warren; Knezevic, Zorica

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COMPARISON OF A2O AND UCT OPERATION MODE AT FULL-SCALE EBPR PROCESSES – PERFORMANCE, KINETICS AND PAO POPULATION
pp. 953-967(15)
Authors: Gu, April Z.; He, S.; McMahon, K. D.; Neething, JB

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OCCURRENCE OF GLYCOGEN ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS (GAO) AT FULL-SCALE ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL (EBPR) WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
pp. 968-989(22)
Authors: López-V´zquez, Carlos M.; Hooijmans, Christine M.; Brdjanovic, Damir; Gijzen, Huub J.; van Loosdrecht, Mark C. M.

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ACHIEVING 0.3 MG/L TOTAL PHOSPHORUS WITH THE CANNIBAL®SOLIDS REDUCTION PROCESS
pp. 990-996(7)
Authors: Johnson, Bruce R.; Daigger, Glen T.; Roehl, Marc

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ASSESSMENT OF BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN AN OXIDATION DITCH PROCESS
pp. 1007-1025(19)
Authors: Fusick, Jeffrey R.; Bott, Charles B.; Wood, Luke; Hong, Sun-Nan; Krupa, Ken

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UPGRADING BPR BY ADDITION OF RAW AGRO-FOOD WASTEWATERS
pp. 1026-1033(8)
Authors: Rodríguez, L.; Villaseñor, J.; Fern´ndez, F.J.

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Session 11: BNR Innovations

RAPID MEDIA FILTRATION FOR SIMULTANEOUS NUTRIENT REMOVAL
pp. 1034-1046(13)
Authors: Miska, V.; Neef, R.; van der Graaf, J.H.J.M.; Menkveld, H.W.H.

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Simultaneous Clarification and Endogenous Post Denitrification by Up-flow Through a Layer of Floating Media
pp. 1047-1051(5)
Authors: Shechter, Ronen; Assulin, Nir; Stamper, Gali

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ADAPTING DATA FROM AERATED BIOLOGICAL FILTERS TO DESIGN UNAERATED RECIRCULATING SAND FILTERS FOR CARBON AND NITROGEN REMOVAL FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES
pp. 1052-1074(23)
Authors: Young, Thor; Brinkley, John; Sen, Dipankar; Johnson, Marty; Yaniga, Chip; Choukr-Allah, Redouane; Sabella, Ramzi; Mansour, Mohammed; Karam, Joseph

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THE PERFORMANCE OF IFAS MEDIA IN ANOXIC ZONES OF BNR SYSTEMS
pp. 1075-1097(23)
Authors: Sriwiriyarat, Tongchai; Randall, Clifford W.

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UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF AEROBIC MIXING, BIOFILM THICKNESS CONTROL AND MODELING ON THE SUCCESS OR FAILURE OF IFAS SYSTEMS FOR BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL
pp. 1098-1126(29)
Authors: Sen, Dipankar; Randall, Clifford W.; Brink, William; Farren, Greg; Pehrson, Dick; Flournoy, Wayne; Copithorn, Rhodes R.

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INVESTIGATION OF SOLID-PHASE BUFFERS FOR SULFUR-OXIDIZING AUTOTROPHIC DENITRIFICATION
pp. 1139-1159(21)
Authors: Sengupta, Sukalyan; Ergas, Sarina J.; Lopez-Luna, Erika

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INTRODUCTION OF NUTRIENTS REMOVAL TECHNOLOGIES AT THE MOSCOW WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES
pp. 1177-1192(16)
Authors: Khramenkov, S.V.; Pakhomov, A.N.; Danilovich, D.A.; Kozlov, M.N.; Moyzhes, O.V.

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Session 12: Special Panel Session: Nutrient Removal Modeling

Design of Denitrification Systems Using Methanol
pp. 1193-1214(22)
Authors: Tak´cs, I.; O'Shaugnessy, M.; Murthy, S.; Brian, K.; Shirodkar, N.; Katehis, D.

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BNR/ENR MODEL CALIBRATION EXPERIENCE INDICATES DEVIATIONS IN KEY MODELING PARAMETERS
pp. 1215-1223(9)
Authors: Latimer, Ron J.; Pitt, Paul A.; Rohrbacher, Joe

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APPLICATION OF DYNAMIC MODELING TO ASSESS IMPACT OF TRANSIENT VARIATIONS ON DENITRIFICATION PERFORMANCE OF UPFLOW CONTINUOUS BACKWASH FILTERS
pp. 1224-1242(19)
Authors: Schauer, P.; deBarbadillo, C.; Shaw, A. R.; Sabherwal, B.; Rectanus, R.

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METABOLIC MODEL OF THE AEROBIC METABOLISM OF POLYPHOSPHATE ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS WITH A PROPIONATE CARBON SOURCE
pp. 1243-1255(13)
Authors: Oehmen, Adrian; Zeng, Raymond J.; Keller, Jürg; Yuan, Zhiguo

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Optimizing the Design of a Commercial Ferry Treatment System Using Dynamic Modelling
pp. 1300-1306(7)
Authors: Snowling, S.; Brouwer, H.H.; Polychronopoulou, E.; Stampedakis, K.

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Session 13: Special Panel Session: Operational Considerations for LOT Nitrogen Removal

DESIGN AND OPERATION OF NUTRIENT REMOVAL PLANTS FOR VERY LOW EFFLUENT CONCENTRATIONS
pp. 1307-1331(25)
Authors: Rusten, Bjorn; Ødegaard, Hallvard

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BIOAVAILABILITY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC NITROGEN IN TREATED EFFLUENTS
pp. 1354-1373(20)
Authors: Urgun-Demirtas, Meltem; Sattayatewa, Chakkrid; Pagilla, Krishna R.

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OPERATING EXPERIENCE OF THE FIRST AND LARGEST LOW LEVEL NITROGEN REMOVAL FACILITY IN LONG ISLAND SOUND
pp. 1386-1397(12)
Authors: Brown, Jeanette; Sadick, Thomas A.; Daigger, Glen T.

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LARGEST PLANT IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES ACHIEVING LIMITS OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZING A CONVENTIONAL SUSPENDED GROWTH BNR ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS
pp. 1398-1410(13)
Authors: DiFiore, Robert S.; Pitt, Paul; Latimer, Ron; Crisp, H. Dale; Lynch, T. J.

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APPROACHING THE LIMITS OF TECHNOLOGY: ATLANTA'S UTOY CREEK WRC DELIVERS AWARD-WINNING NUTRIENT REMOVAL
pp. 1411-1419(9)
Authors: Pope, Rod; Durden, Karen; Skalsky, Dan; Bratby, John; Jimenez, Jose; Smith, Roger; Shelhamer, Mike

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Session 14: Special Panel Session: LOT Phosphorus Removal Challenges

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHEMICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL THEORY FOR ENGINEERING PRACTICE
pp. 1436-1459(24)
Authors: Smith, S.; Szabó, A.; Tak´cs, I.; Murthy, S.; Licskó, I.; Daigger, G.

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THE PRACTICAL LIMITS OF PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL: HOW LOW CAN YOU RELIABLY GO?
pp. 1460-1469(10)
Authors: Kang, S. J.; Olmstead, K.P.; Takacs, K.M.

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Can Tertiary Phosphorus Removal Reliably Produce 10 7mu;g/L? Pilot Results from Coeur D'Alene, ID
pp. 1470-1491(22)
Authors: Benisch, Mario; Clark, Dave; Neethling, JB; Sid Fredrickson, H.; Gu, April

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INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL FROM PILOT STUDY THROUGH FULL SCALE OPTIMIZATION
pp. 1510-1516(7)
Authors: Christiansen, Cory; Boyle, Michael

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PHOSPHORUS SPECIATION PROVIDES DIRECTION TO PRODUCE 10 UG/L
pp. 1517-1526(10)
Authors: Neethling, JB; Benisch, Mario; Clark, Dave; Gu, April

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PROCESS PROVING FOR PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL WITH AIR MIXED ANAEROBIC SELECTORS AT TWO LARGE PLANTS
pp. 1546-1555(10)
Authors: Esping, Don; Bratby, John; Schierholz, Erica

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NOVEL TEST FOR TOTAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL OPTIMIZATION IN PRIMARY CLARIFIERS
pp. 1556-1559(4)
Authors: Peric, Marija; Riffat, Rumana; Murthy, Sudhir N.; Stinson, Beverley; Cassel, Alan; Neupane, Dilli R.; Wilson, Thomas E.

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