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Collection Systems 2007

Session 1: Mapping a Path through Future Regulatory Requirements

SECURITY IN OUR NATION's CAPITAL – THE DC WASA PERSPECTIVE
pp. 1-16(16)
Authors: McLaughlin, John W.; Braswell, Phil; Badmus, Muminu; Banks, Carl; Tanner, Hiram

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CALIFORNIA'S NEW SANITARY SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS – AN SSMP OPPORTUNITY?
pp. 20-29(10)
Authors: Dent, Shawn; Berlin, Jeff; McDonald, Steve; Kalkman, Thom; Hoffman, Robert

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PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES LINK CMOM PROGRAMS AND RISK MANAGEMENT PLANNING
pp. 30-37(8)
Authors: Rowe, Reggie; Swanson, Gary; Jacques, Mary Beth

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SECAP IS THE C IN CMOM FOR MMSD: CONDUCTING LOCAL SYSTEM CAPACITY ASSESSMENTS IN A REGIONAL WASTEWATER SYSTEM
pp. 38-55(18)
Authors: Smith, Erin G.; Siemens, Kimberly O.; Jensen, Debra; Lau, Daniel H.

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Session 2: Research, New Technology & Innovations in Collection Systems Analysis

INTEGRATING INVESTIGATION METHODS TO CONDUCT AN OVERFLOW INVESTIGATION
pp. 68-79(12)
Authors: Braun, Andrew J.; Pak, Carrie; Curtis, Nora

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DOES THE“TRADITIONAL”DESIGN APPROACH LEAD TO OVERLY CONSERVATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR WET WEATHER UPGRADES?
pp. 80-91(12)
Authors: Kuhns, Tim; Westover, Scott; Jessee, Mike; Thomas, Larry; Kaunelis, Vyto; Czachorski, Robert

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A Toolbox for Sanitary Sewer Overflow Analysis and Planning (SSOAP) and Applications
pp. 92-107(16)
Authors: Lai, Fu-hsiung; Vallabhaneni, Srinivas; Chan, Carl; Burgess, Edward H.; Field, Richard

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SUSTAINABLE SEWER SOLUTIONS – EXAMPLES OPTIMIZING USE OF EXISTING FACILITIES THROUGH INNOVATIVE FLOW MANAGEMENT
pp. 108-124(17)
Authors: Anderson, Mark; Johnson, Mark; Plaskett, Joe; Mitchell, Ryan

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INNOVATIVE SANITARY COLLECTION SYSTEM – THE SMALL BORE SEWER™
pp. 125-135(11)
Author: Hass, Jill Lauren

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Session 4: Getting it Right the First Time: Assessment & Rehab of Your Collection System

SEWER LINER DEFECT/DEFICIENCY ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES
pp. 136-147(12)
Authors: Dellinger, Scott; Agor, Steve; Amador, Lisa; Ahmed, Iftekhar

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CLEAN WATER ATLANTA: A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO QA/QC FROM SSES TO REHABILITATION DESIGN
pp. 162-184(23)
Authors: Elsayegh, Hatem K.; Hutchinson, Raymond E.; Norris, Latasha

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ARIZONA'S LARGEST CONDITION ASSESSMENT
pp. 185-194(10)
Authors: Warner, John; Fleury, Mike

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Session 5: Better Operation through More Effective Flow Monitoring

IDENTIFYING PEAK FLOW RATES FROM DIFFERENTIAL FLOW METERING USING AN INTEGRATED FLOW MODELING PROGRAM
pp. 206-218(13)
Authors: McCulloch, John P.; McCormack, Keith; Ridgway, Karen; Kalinowski, Steve

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QUANTIFYING BASE INFILTRATION IN SEWERS: A Comparison of Methods and a Simple Empirical Solution
pp. 219-238(20)
Authors: Mitchell, Paul S.; Stevens, Patrick L.; Nazaroff, Adam

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DEVELOPING A TYPICAL RAINFALL PERIOD FOR LONG TERM CSO ANALYSIS IN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
pp. 239-254(16)
Authors: Tsay, Sharon; Brocard, Dominique; Lee, Wallis; Braswell, Greg

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WET WEATHER AUTOMATED METERING AND EVALUATION FOR I&I REMOVAL
pp. 255-264(10)
Authors: Huber, Mark; Luking, Tom

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USING THE OPERATIONS PERSPECTIVE TO MAXIMIZE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FLOW MONITORING
pp. 265-273(9)
Authors: Carlson, Todd; G., Guerrero; S., Lipinski; S., Mass

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DEVELOPING A DETAILED COLLECTION SYSTEM MODEL FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO SEWER MASTER PLAN
pp. 274-292(19)
Authors: Opila, Mary Cate; Jiang, Ming; Tsay, Sharon; Lee, Wallis; Braswell, Greg

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INTERPRETING STORM FLOW DATA TO DETERMINE TYPES OF I/I
pp. 293-304(12)
Author: Lee, Robert K.

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Session 6: Portland's Green Solutions: Sustainable Storm Water Controls Benefit Sanitary Sewers

PORTLAND'S “GREEN SOLUTIONS PROGRAM”
pp. 305-310(6)
Author: Stevens, Henry

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WEAVING GREEN SOLUTIONS INTO CIP PROJECTS
pp. 342-347(6)
Author: Owen, Bill

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Session 7: Designing for Success: Engineering for the Long-Term

REPLACING A SANITARY LIFT STATION IN PARKLANDS: AN EXERCISE IN COOPERATION
pp. 350-358(9)
Authors: Saqui, Annalisa; Stanek, Jim; Wolff, Tina

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Design and Construction of an Underground Cavern for CSO Control
pp. 367-374(8)
Authors: Pennington, Thomas; Cook, Roy; Gray, Bill; Barnes, George

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Session 8: Approach to CSO Management from Across the Country

NEW APPROACHES TO ANSWERING OLD (AND NEW) COLLECTION SYSTEM QUESTIONS
pp. 424-441(18)
Authors: Parsons, Rob; Nostrand, Mark Van; Sloan, Hanna; Rehring, John

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DETAILED SYSTEM UNDERSTANDING SUPPORTS PROJECT REFINEMENT DURING CSO LTCP IMPLEMENTATION PHASE
pp. 442-462(21)
Authors: Heath, Gregory R.; Roberts, Amanda A.; Schimmel, Joshua D.; Stoops, Robert A.; Minard, David G.; Walker, Donald E.

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LEWES CSO IMPROVEMENT SCHEME, UK
pp. 463-487(25)
Authors: Sharpe, Andy W; Martin, Paul; Adams, Andy

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Asset Information Management – Finding the Needle in All Those Haystacks
pp. 488-501(14)
Authors: Chau, Les; Preiss, Jeroen; Yeager, Tom; Pallad, Steve

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WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOUR COLLECTION SYSTEM MODEL RETIRES?
pp. 502-515(14)
Authors: Scire, Sam; Drury, Doug; Pai, Punda; Dudas, Christine; Vakil, Ajay; Faulkner, Kent; Callahan, Keli; Semenza, Stacy; Leveque, Eric; Clyburn, Mary

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Session 9: Improving Modeling Accuracy and Applications

DEVELOPING CRITERIA FOR DESIGN EVENT SELECTION
pp. 530-544(15)
Authors: Schultz, Nancy U; Nelson, Rick

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ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION IN SEPARATE SEWER SYSTEM MODELS
pp. 545-569(25)
Authors: Vatter, Brandon; Nelson, Denise; Cantrell, Clint; FitzGerald, Sean

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Optimizing the Decision-Making Process for Collection System Utilities
pp. 570-580(11)
Authors: Parolari, A.; Wilson, J.; Hewitson, C.; Coleman, T.; Ernst, B.

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APPLICATION OF CONTINUOUS SIMULATIONS TO SEPARATE SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM PLANNING
pp. 581-599(19)
Authors: Kepner, Constance; Maritime, Mandeera; Goulding, Gunilla

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IMPLEMENTATION OF AN OFFLINE STORAGE FACILITY IN WASHINGTON SUBURBAN SANITARY COMMISSION'S DYNAMIC HYDRAULIC SEWER SYSTEM MODEL
pp. 600-616(17)
Authors: Wittenberg, Matthias; Barrack, William A.; Dixon, Kenneth C.; Fricke, Craig A.

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Bridging the Force Main Generational Gap – System Expansion for a Growing Community
pp. 617-643(27)
Authors: Weidenhamer, Brent C.; Porter, Jennifer E.C.

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Session 10: Focusing on I/I Reduction: How are we doing?

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SUSTAINABLE I/I REDUCTION: PLANNING LEVEL COST ESTIMATION USING A PERFORMANCE-BASED COST FUNCTION
pp. 679-691(13)
Authors: Perry, David; Lukas, Andrew; Bennett, David; Bate, Timothy; Krill, William

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UPDATE ON A NATIONWIDE I/I REDUCTION PROJECT DATABASE
pp. 692-703(12)
Author: Lukas, Andy

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GETTING THE BEST RETURN ON YOUR I&I AND REHABILITATION INVESTMENT
pp. 704-709(6)
Authors: Menendez, Marco; Moyer, Jack

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REDUCING SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS IN A LARGE COLLECTION SYSTEM
pp. 710-721(12)
Authors: Khan, Ifty; Russell, Thomas J.; Springer, Magdalena

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Session 11: Gaining Support from your Most Important Customers-the Public

Engaging Public Participation Using Decision Science Tools for Effective Development of a Community-Focused Long Term Control Plan
pp. 722-734(13)
Authors: Aurit, Scott A.; Fitzsimmons, Ellen; Heinemann, Tom; Grate, Marty

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BETWEEN A TREE AND A HARD PLACE: PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN SEWER SYSTEM PLANNING
pp. 735-745(11)
Authors: Wilson, Christopher D.; Jones, Alexandra

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CSO Elimination Mandate Develops into Voluntary Success for Louisville MSD: Methods for Private Property Disconnections
pp. 746-757(12)
Authors: Bingham, Brian; Day, Ashley; Smyrichinsky, P. Tod; Sydnor, Wesley

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DESIGNING ONE OF NORTH CAROLINA'S LARGEST SEWERS – TECHNICAL CHALLENGES AND COMMUNITY ACCEPTANCE
pp. 776-786(11)
Authors: Kennedy, Laurin B.; Jones, George; Payne, Jeffrey F.

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Session 12: The Transition from Construction to O&M: Let's Get Started!

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NOT THE TUNNEL OF LOVE: COMBATING COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM ODORS IN ATLANTA'S NANCY CREEK TUNNEL
pp. 817-831(15)
Authors: Stubblefield, Neal D.; Robison, Michael J.; Seymour, Rick G.; Seymour, Zakiya A.; Abon, Ade

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