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WEFTEC 2007: Session 31 through Session 40

Session 31: IT Applications…or Computers Can/Will Enhance a Utility Manager' Effectiveness

MAKING SENSE OF IT ALL: A NEW APPROACH IN TRANSFORMING UTILITY DATA INTO INFORMATION
pp. 2399-2410(12)
Authors: Cook, John B.; Roehl, Edwin

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LINKING DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS TO BUSINESS STRATEGY
pp. 2411-2420(10)
Authors: Parrott, Tony; George, Biju; Nagel, Ryan W.; Lindstrom, Nate T.; Coffey, Rheagan D.

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Session 32: Laboratory Practices

ASSESSING PERFORMANCE OF ON-LINE NITRATE ANALYZERS
pp. 2421-2428(8)
Authors: Kharkar, Salil; Bailey, Walter; Bastian, Lawrence; Talmer, Tony

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COMPARING GRAVIMETRIC AND CENTRIFUGAL SPIN DATA: ACCURACY OF SUSPENDED SOLIDS RESULTS AND PROCESS CONTROL CALCULATIONS
pp. 2433-2441(9)
Authors: Biesterfeld-Innerebner, Sidney; Fortner, Ed; Sirotek, Fred; Bryant, Ralph

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Elucidation of Exopolysaccharide Isolated from a Dow Wastewater Treatment Facility
pp. 2442-2460(19)
Authors: Karnoup, Anton; Dielman, Demetrius; Langer, Vickie; Wald, Grant Von; Young, Scott; Zhu, June; Glass, John Green; Gluck, Steven

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ANALYSIS OF MERCURY IN WASTEWATER BY MICROWAVE DIGESTION FOLLOWED BY ICP/MS: COMPARISON TO EPA METHODS APPROVED AT 40 CFR 136.3
pp. 2461-2479(19)
Authors: Lytle, Charles; Dahl, Jason; Farkas, Elizabeth; Wilson, Jan; Myers, Ron

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SURE, WE HAVE LOTS OF BIOREACTOR SOLIDS… BUT HOW MANY ARE ACTIVE?
pp. 2493-2506(14)
Authors: Whalen, P. A.; Whalen, P. J.; Cairns, J. E.; Tracey, D. R.

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DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED REAGENT/INSTRUMENT SYSTEM FOR NUTRIENT ANALYSIS
pp. 2512-2516(5)
Authors: Wise, Patrick; Schulz, Carsten; Slater, Dustin

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Session 33: Trends in Reclaimed Water Disinfection

CHLORINATION DISINFECTION REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR PERMEATE
pp. 2518-2531(14)
Authors: Mansell, Bruce; Huitric, Shiaw-Jy; Tang, Chi-Chung; Ackman, Phil; Munakata, Naoko; Kuo, Jeff; Horvath, Robert

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Media Filtration, Membranes, Ozone, and UV: A Comparison of Disinfection Performance and Cost For Various Process Combinations to Disinfect Reclaimed Water
pp. 2532-2551(20)
Authors: Salveson, Andrew; Brown, Jess; Atapattu, Kaumudi; Jain, Shubhra; Linden, Karl; Robinson, Keel

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SEQUENTIAL CHLORINATION FOR RECLAIMED WATER DISINFECTION
pp. 2552-2564(13)
Authors: Huitric, Shiaw-Jy; Tang, Chi-Chung; Kuo, Jeff; Creel, Micheal; Snyder, Dave; Ackman, Phil; Horvath, Robert W.

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USE OF ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION AND ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESS FOR RECLAIMED WATER TREATMENT OF MICROCONTAMINANTS
pp. 2565-2576(12)
Authors: Jain, Shubhra; Brown, Jess C.; Salveson, Andrew T.; Wade, Tavy; Pryor, Marsha A.; Linden, Karl G.; Bandy, Jeff C.

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Use of Soil Filtration and UV Disinfection for Advanced Wastewater Treatment
pp. 2577-2578(2)
Authors: Ballester-Fontaine, Nicola; Salveson, Andrew; Bourgeous, Keith; Hansen, Kathy; Peyton, Dennis; Farley, Greg

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Session 34: Reclaimed Water Distribution and Storage

CLEANING AND DISINFECTION DEMONSTRATION STUDY TO HELP WITH CONVERSION OF A WASTEWATER FORCE MAIN TO RECLAIMED WATER DISTRIBUTION SERVICE
pp. 2579-2589(11)
Authors: Wicklein, Edward; Hadler, Karl; Yildiz, Sibel; Peterson, Bob; Kohler, Ron

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DESIGNING FOR ALGAE PROLIFERATION IN A NEW RECLAIMED WATER RESERVOIR
pp. 2590-2601(12)
Authors: Tjogas, Paul; Horne, Alex; Niccum, Michael

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IMPACT OF RECYCLED WATER USE AT MAMMOTH GOLF COURSES ON BASIN GROUNDWATER QUALITY
pp. 2602-2621(20)
Authors: Panda, Kishora K.; Josse, Juan; Rhook, Dave; Sisson, Gary

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Cross-Connection Guidebook Developed Specifically for Reuse Purveyors
pp. 2622-2623(2)
Authors: Demko, Michael; Fanara, Tracy; Dickenson, Joshua

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Session 36: Sustainability Indicators and Tradeoff Strategies

EVOLUTION OF SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES INDICATORS
pp. 2624-2649(26)
Authors: Smith, Ethan T.; Zhang, Harry X.

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VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN THE NATION'S GROUND WATER AND DRINKING-WATER SUPPLY WELLS
pp. 2650-2658(9)
Authors: Moran, Michael J.; Hamilton, Pixie A.; Zogorski, John S.

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MANAGING SCARCITY: CHANGING THE PARADIGM FOR SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
pp. 2659-2665(7)
Authors: Hill, Trevor T.; Water, Global

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CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PLANNING FOR WATER RESOURCES AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
pp. 2666-2671(6)
Authors: Ravin, Amelia L.; McCurry, Gordon N.; Hibbard, Cynthia S.

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THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT: USING A VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS TO ACHIEVE A ZERO WASTE SOCIETY
pp. 2672-2691(20)
Authors: Whitlock, Drury D.; Daigger, Glen T.; McCoy, Nicole

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PROMOTING SUSTAINABILITY BY EXAMPLE: THE KITSAP SEED PROJECT
pp. 2692-2707(16)
Authors: Berschauer, Doug; Holz, Tom; Botkin, Tim

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INDIRECT POTABLE WATER REUSE: AN ALTERNATIVE FOR WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN THE LAS VEGAS VALLEY
pp. 2708-2718(11)
Authors: Johnson, Walter S.; Batista, Jacimaria R.; Ahmad, Sajjad

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Session 37: Sulfur: An Element of Odor

MICRO-AERATION FOR SULFIDE REMOVAL IN ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF HIGH-SOLID WASTEWATER: A PILOT-SCALE STUDY
pp. 2748-2760(13)
Authors: Duangmanee, Thanapong; Kumar, Samir; Sung, Shihwu

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Anaerobic Digester Hydrogen Sulfide Removal at the Manatee County, FL Southwest Water Reclamation Facility
pp. 2761-2772(12)
Authors: Watson, Ian; Neofotistos, Paris; Collins, Chris; Harshman, Vaughan; Morano, David

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CONTROL OF BIOSOLIDS CAKE ODORS USING THE NEW BIOSOLIDS ODOR REDUCTION SELECTOR PROCESS
pp. 2773-2791(19)
Authors: Williams, Todd O.; Forbes, Robert H.; Wagoner, David L.; Hahn, J. Thomas

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ARE MEMBRANES THE ANSWER TO ODOR?
pp. 2792-2814(23)
Authors: Gerogaki, Sophia; Studtz, Richard; Jefferson, Bruce

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EXPERIENCES DIAGNOSING A POORLY PERFORMING BIOSCRUBBER AND DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS
pp. 2815-2827(13)
Authors: Pai, Anil; Occiano, Victor

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FULL-SCALE FIELD TRIALS IDENTIFY SULFATE DISCHARGE LIMITS FOR MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER ODOR AND CORROSION CONTROL
pp. 2835-2846(12)
Authors: Joyce, James; Breiteneicher, Denise; Uglevich, Joe

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CONTINUOUS EMISSION MONITORING AND CONTROL OF PACKED TOWER ODOR CONTROL SYSTEMS USING THE SYCAMORE CEM
pp. 2847-2848(2)
Authors: Sorensen, Ian; Dillon, Carla; Eppinger, Lindy

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Session 38: Planning for and Recovery from Natural Disasters

RECOVERY OF NEW ORLEANS SEWERAGE SYSTEM: TWO YEARS POST-KATRINA
pp. 2853-2858(6)
Authors: Auttin, Gordon C.; Dennis, Reid L.; Cookmeyer, Lisa F.

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Hurricane Katrina Impacts on Wastewater Infrastructure - Lessons Learned
pp. 2859-2873(15)
Authors: Faschan, Adam; Hoffer, Richard; Daly, Linda; Parish, St. Bernard

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Low Pressure Wastewater System Required after Natural Disaster
pp. 2879-2897(19)
Author: Medico, Perry Del

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DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPREHENSIVE UTILITY SECURITY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM IN AUGUSTA-RICHMOND COUNTY, GEORGIA
pp. 2906-2917(12)
Authors: Sapp, Corie Rockett; Woods, Bernard; Hicks, N. Max; Booth, Ron L.

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Session 39: Water Environment Initiatives Related to Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Part 2

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Compost Dried Primary Sludge – A Renewable Energy Source?
pp. 2952-2970(19)
Authors: Macdonald, Garry; Dunford, Paul; Ehlers, Johan

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Session 40: Advanced Wastewater Treatment with Membrane Emphasis

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PERFORMANCE OF PILOT SUBMERGED MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR TREATMENT SYSTEMS IN GIRDWOOD, ALASKA
pp. 2983-2990(8)
Authors: Persinger, David; Johnson, Tyler; Trasky, Trevor

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EFFLUENT MANAGEMENT FLEXIBILITY THROUGH NUTRIENT REMOVAL
pp. 2991-2999(9)
Authors: Richardson, J.; Machado, J.C.; Leveque, E.; Buhr, H.; Burnham, A.; Harper, M.

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Sludge Pump Sizing for the Pine Creek WWTP using Non-Newtonian Hydraulic Modelling
pp. 3000-3001(2)
Authors: Ndegwa, Anne W.; Fries, M. Kim

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