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WEFTEC 2007: Session 11 through Session 20

Session 13: The Media Uncovered: Understanding Them So They Can Understand You

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Session 14: Alternative Disinfection Optimization and Potential Health Risks

Reclaimed Water Chlorination: Reducing Chemical Cost and Improving Disinfection Efficiency
pp. 890-920(31)
Authors: Porter, Benjamin; Kalinsky, Arseny; Josse, Juan

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Alternative Techniques to Increase the Dechlorination Kinetics of Organic Chloramines
pp. 921-925(5)
Authors: Hromada, Ted; Wadehra, Pawan; Prybys, Laurie; Panicker, Mini

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Optimizing the Removal and Disinfection of Microorganisms Occluded Within Wastewater Particles
pp. 926-940(15)
Authors: Anuskiewicz, Mary Kay; Loge, Frank J.; Darby, Jeanne L.

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Operational Cost Optimization Modeling for Conventional Activated Sludge Process
pp. 864-881(18)
Authors: Velmurugan, S.; Veenstra, John N.

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Chlorites Control in European Drinking Water Treatment Plants
pp. 882-889(8)
Authors: Ranieri, E.; Świetlik, J.; Young, T.

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Chlorine Disinfection of Blended Wastewater Effluents
pp. 941-942(2)
Authors: Boczek, Laura A.; Rhodes, Eric R.; Meckes, Mark C.

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Free Content On-site Chlorine Generation Feasibility Study
pp. 943-943(1)
Authors: Chao, Peng Fei; Borchardt, James; Priest, Michael; Liu, Zhuang

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Free Content A Methodology for Forensic Investigation of Potable Water Quality in Municipal Distribution Systems
pp. 947-948(2)
Authors: Goldman, Jonathan Z.; Thompson, Donald M.; Flynn, Charles E.

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Free Content Peracetic Acid – Is It an Environmentally Friendly Alternative to Chlorine?
pp. 955-956(2)
Author: Upendrakumar, K.C. "Kumar"

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From Gas to Liquid: Large-Scale Chlorination System Conversion
pp. 958-959(2)
Authors: Leng, June; Maung, Kevin Win; Murbach, Dave; Hammer, Mark

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Efficacy of Advanced Oxidation Processes for Elimination of Objectionable Contaminants from Wastewater Effluent
pp. 960-969(10)
Authors: Cole, S. Kirkham; Cooper, William J.; Mezyk, Stephen P.

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Session 15: GIS in Collection System Modeling

Hydraulic Hydrodynamic Modeling as an Effective Management Tool for Large Collection Systems - the L.A. Story
pp. 994-1003(10)
Authors: Gonzalez, Fernando; Hagekhalil, Adel; Trussell, Bryan; Fontenot, Eric; Parikh, Devang

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Innovative Modeling Approaches Improve Capacity Planning at Orange County Sanitation District
pp. 1004-1020(17)
Authors: Giguere, Paul; Greenman, Cathy; Tobin, Ann

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Session 16: Onsite and Small Systems Provide Effective Treatment

Skaneateles Lake Demonstration Project
pp. 1080-1083(4)
Authors: Murdock, Eric E.; Vanderlyn, Charles

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Session 15: GIS in Collection System Modeling

Session 16: Onsite and Small Systems Provide Effective Treatment

Chemical Phosphorus Removal from Onsite Generated Wastewater
pp. 1071-1079(9)
Authors: Safferman, Steven I.; Henderson, Erin M.; Helferich, Richard L.

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Hydraulic Model Comparison of Vertical-flow Regimes in Constructed Wetlands
pp. 1039-1055(17)
Authors: Fuchs, Valerie J.; Gierke, John S.; Mihelcic, James R.

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Effectiveness of Alternative On-site Wastewater Treatment Technologies
pp. 1108-1120(13)
Authors: Hassett, James M.; Chan, Alvin; Martin, Jessica S.; DeJohn, Thomas

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Session 17: Innovative Technologies and Solutions for Water and Wastewater - Treatment and Resource Management

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Pipeline Replacement Without System Shutdown
pp. 1168-1185(18)
Author: Hanes, Brett

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Multi Stage Activated Biological Process MSABP™ Eliminates Excess Sludge
pp. 1186-1192(7)
Authors: Monosov, Efim; Gannon, Richard P.; Lauer, David D.

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Improving Efficiency and Reducing Energy and Maintenance Costs in Aeration Systems
pp. 1129-1143(15)
Authors: Montenegro, Robert G.; Shumaker, Gerald

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Hydrogen Sulfide Continuous Emission Monitoring of Odor Control Systems
pp. 1144-1152(9)
Authors: Eppinger, Lindy; Bridges, Neal; Sorensen, Ian; Lamb, Ed

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Session 18: Water Environment Initiatives Related to Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions - Part I

Energy Recovery in Urban Wastewater Treatment on Global Scale
pp. 1253-1265(13)
Authors: Rosso, Diego; Stenstrom, Michael K.

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Greenhouse Gas Inventories and Wastewater Treatment Plants
pp. 1266-1269(4)
Authors: Wintergreen, James; Van Brunt, Michael; Delaney, Tod

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The Impacts of the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32) on POTWs
pp. 1217-1226(10)
Authors: Cheng, Stephanie; Schmidt, Randy; Witherspoon, Jay; Daigger, Glen

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The Twin Cities Sludge-to-Energy Plant Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions
pp. 1227-1242(16)
Authors: Burrowes, Peter; Borghesi, John; Quast, David

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Session 19: California Issues

Ready or Not: the Changing Nature of Collection Systems Oversight
pp. 1314-1325(12)
Authors: Bonnarens, Maura; Larson, Roberta; Horenstein, Bennett

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Evaluating Traditional and Innovative Concentrate Treatment and Disposal Methods for Water Recycling at Big Bear Valley, California
pp. 1329-1350(22)
Authors: Erdal, Ufuk G.; Lozier, James C.; Lynch, Anne F.; Schindler, Steven

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Evaluation and Testing of Technologies for Brine Minimization at Eastern Municipal Water District
pp. 1309-1313(5)
Authors: Zacheis, G. Adam; James, Wendie; Juby, Graham; Mortazavi, Behrooz; Nusser, Mike

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Developing a Bacteria TMDL in Engineered Channels: The Los Angeles River, A Case Study
pp. 1351-1352(2)
Authors: Kaur, Jagjit; Bullard, Kathleen; Bambic, Dustin; Baharians, Zora; Carlson, J. Lisa

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Getting Most Out of Coachella Valley Water District Recycled Water
pp. 1353-1360(8)
Authors: Holiday, Leon; deSilva, Viraj; Weerapperuma, Dilrika; Yu, Louis

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Session 20: Making the Most of Biological Treatment and AEESP Lecture

Effect of Anoxic Selector Configuration on SVI Control and Bacterial Population Fingerprinting
pp. 1385-1407(23)
Authors: Xin, Gang; Gough, Heidi L.; Stensel, H. David

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A Redefinition of the Role of Microorganisms in Bioaggregation in Activated Sludge
pp. 1422-1428(7)
Authors: Yang, Yanru; Chen, Fei; Liu, Xiaoling

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Detachment of Solids and Nitrifiers in IFAS Systems
pp. 1429-1449(21)
Authors: Maas, Carol L.A.; Parker, Wayne J.; Legge, Raymond L.

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Modeling Anaerobic Digestion of Municipal Wastewater Sludges: an Elemental Approach
pp. 1450-1459(10)
Authors: Parker, Wayne J.; Jones, Richard M.; Murthy, Sudhir; Rupke, Mark

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Focused-Pulsed Treatment of Waste Activated Sludge: Application to Waste Biosolids Reduction and Increased Methane Production
pp. 1460-1470(11)
Authors: Banaszak, James E.; Burrowes, Peter; Daigger, Glen; Enochs, Mark B.; Klein, Angela M.; Rittmann, Bruce E.; Salerno, Michael; Schlegel, Paul R.

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The Effects of Long Chain Fatty Acids (LCFA) on Sulfate Removal in An Acclimated Mixed Anaerobic Culture
pp. 1471-1473(3)
Authors: Sharma, Mamata; Lalman, Jerald A.; Biswas, Nihar

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