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Collection Systems 2008

Session 1: Intermunicipal Relationships Don't Have to be a Deterrent to Success

Water Planning and Management in Southwestern Pennsylvania
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Gourley, Ty; Barron, Bruce

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Intermunicipal Cooperation Ensures Success for Allegheny County Sanitary Authority's Pine Hollow and Deweyville Run Stream Removal Project
pp. 33-61(29)
Authors: Schaude, John L.; Evans, Douglas; Barnett, Richard D.; Schaude, John L.

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Session 2: Technology–Based Operations & Maintenance for Today's System Operators

Maintaining Performance and Managing Risk of a Large-Diameter, Aging, Combined Sewer
pp. 65-81(17)
Authors: Celik, Jennie S.; Page, Brian D.; Witwer, Michael D.

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Development of Manhole and Catch Basin Inlet Condition Assessment Criteria for the City of Pittsburgh's Collection System
pp. 82-94(13)
Authors: Rudolph, Roy S.; Terpak, Lauren E.; Hutton, Robert; Lichte, Michael D.

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GIS-Based Sewer System Inspection and Maintenance
pp. 115-126(12)
Author: Shamsi, Uzair

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Greenhill Sewage Drop Shaft Odour Control
pp. 127-159(33)
Authors: Stirrup, Mark; Joyce, James; Beesley, Neil; Gowing, Greg

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Session 3: Keeping Proper Planning in Perspective

Are You Getting What You Wanted? Updating and Optimizing Your LTCP
pp. 178-185(8)
Authors: McMillin, William E.; Parolari, Anthony J.

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Storage of Wet Weather Overflows in Abandoned Coal Mines
pp. 197-223(27)
Authors: Gray, Thomas A.; Hedin, Robert

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Session 4: Setting a Course for Accurate Flow Monitoring

Application of Genetic Algorithm Optimization for Collection Systems to Johnson County's Turkey Creek Sewer-Shed
pp. 237-251(15)
Authors: Varghese, Vinta; Coleman, Tim; Witt, Aaron; Nelson, Rick

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Did We Get It Right? Post Sewer-Separation Analysis in Boston, MA
pp. 252-263(12)
Authors: Tsay, Sharon; Brocard, Dominique; Daly, Thomas

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Tools for Accurate Sewer Metering and Billing
pp. 264-285(22)
Authors: Czachorski, Robert; Prince, Tim; Bennett, Brian; Kaunelis, Vyto; Humphriss, Charles

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Navigating the Waters in Hampton Roads to Produce a Regional Peak Flow Management Program
pp. 286-293(8)
Authors: Benson, Theresa; Hubbard, Phil; Stephan, Chris

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Wringing Out the Last Drop of I/I from a Separated Combined Sewer
pp. 294-300(7)
Authors: Shaffer, Gary W.; Kelly, Ed

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Session 5: Taking the Fear Out of Private Property Rehabilitation

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Everything is Big in Texas – Even a Private Lateral Program
pp. 310-318(9)
Authors: Bhattarai, Rajendra P.; Guthikonda, Gopal K.

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Private Property Virtual Library Where We've Been and Where We're Going
pp. 319-327(9)
Authors: Cohen, Bruce; Davidson, Jaime; Carter, Bill; Chase, Laurie; McLamarrah, Jane

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Private Lateral Program Implementation (A Southwest Pennsylvania Perspective)
pp. 328-352(25)
Authors: Brown, Jerry; Mowry, John

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Session 6: Getting the Best Out of Your Rehabilitation Efforts

Los Angeles' Integrated Approach to Sewer Renewal: The Answer to an Aging Infrastructure
pp. 353-365(13)
Authors: Dimzon, Mario S.; Hagekhalil, Adel H.; Lawson, Wayne; Shah, Harshad; Cheng, Patricia

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NEORSD Utilizes a Service Agreement Approach for Rehabilitation of Large Diameter Sewers
pp. 384-400(17)
Authors: Krizmanich, Randy; Page, Brian D.

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Session 7: Modeling that Makes a Difference

Interactive Decision Tree Automates Sewer Rehabilitation Planning
pp. 418-429(12)
Authors: Moeller, Rodney A.; Fallara, C. Timothy; Schroeder, John P.; Meng, Mel

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Quality Control and Assessment of the Calibration of a Model of the City of Pittsburgh Sewer System
pp. 430-441(12)
Authors: Maslanik, J. M.; Lichte, M. D.; Body, B. M.; Pinheiro, R.

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Analysis of Transient Surge in the Proposed District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority Deep Tunnel System
pp. 442-468(27)
Authors: Lautenbach, Daniel J.; Vasconcelos, Jose G.; Wright, Steven J.; Wolfe, John R.; Cassidy, John F.; Klaver, Peter R.; Benson, Leonard R.

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Re-Routing of a Major Urban Trunk Sewer to Expand Water Reclamation
pp. 491-502(12)
Authors: Eftekharzadeh, Shahriar; Ingalsbe, Melissa; Malloy, Steve

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Finding Extra Capacity in Boston's Sewer Interceptor System: System-Wide Hydraulic Modeling, Optimization and Cost Effectiveness Analysis
pp. 503-517(15)
Authors: Liu, Dingfang; Carrier, Alfred J.; Moore, Richard A.; Keohan, Paul

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Session 8: Examining the Pittsburgh Area Under a Microscope

The City of Pittsburgh's Largest Asset Management Initiative And Condition Assessment Program Ever
pp. 549-558(10)
Authors: Lichte, M.; Rudolph, R.; Hutton, B.; Stoss, J.

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Integrated Watershed Management Planning Approaches to Setting and Achieving Water Quality Goals in CSO Receiving Waters
pp. 559-568(10)
Authors: Smullen, James T.; Maimone, Mark; Hughes, Colleen L.

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Approaches for a Successful Regional Flow Monitoring Program In the Greater Pittsburgh Area
pp. 579-597(19)
Authors: Meeneghan, Terry; Shannon, John; Igwe, Anthony

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ALCOSAN Overflow Control Facility Full-Scale Demonstration Project
pp. 598-624(27)
Authors: Heath, Gregory R.; Bowser, James R.; Lockard, Daniel

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Session 9: Turning a Green Approach into Reality

The Intricacies of a Watershed Plan – Modeling, Planning & Restoration
pp. 625-649(25)
Authors: Doyle-Ahern, Sandra C.; Hebert, Miles

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A Case Study: Insights from the City of Omaha's CSO Program on Negotiations with Regulatory Agencies
pp. 650-657(8)
Authors: Nelson, Patricia; Grate, Martin; Heinemann, Thomas

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Milwaukee's Regional Partnership Initiative Umbrella: Come in Out of the Rain
pp. 658-666(9)
Authors: Sands, Karen; Chapdelaine, Krista; Shafer, Kevin

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Planning Comprehensive Water Quality Based CSO Controls for a Polluted Urban Tributary Newtown Creek, New York City, New York
pp. 667-690(24)
Authors: Mueller, James; Mahoney, Keith; Courter, Curtis D.; Young, Peter

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Lansing, Michigan's Downtown Rain Gardens: Design and Community Involvement
pp. 691-699(9)
Authors: Thomas, Anne M.; Christian, Daniel P.; Gamble, Chad A.; Killips, John T.

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Session 10: The Next Step of CSO Management

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Cost-Effective Regulator Improvements for CSO Control in New York City
pp. 715-734(20)
Authors: Groninger, Timothy; Young, Peter; Mueller, James; Mahoney, Keith

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Long-Term CSO Control Plan for the Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (PWSA)
pp. 735-751(17)
Authors: Bingham, David R.; Lichte, Michael D.; Shannon, John; Igwe, Anthony

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ALCOSAN – Ravine Street Stream Removal Program
pp. 752-765(14)
Authors: Troianos, David W.; Duda, Bradley G.; Oliver, Jan

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Maximizing Flow to the ALCOSAN Woods Run Plant
pp. 766-789(24)
Authors: Mehrotra, Anna S.; Rattray, John D.; Cowburn, Scott L.; Borneman, David W.

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Session 11: Planning for All the Right Reasons

Risk-Based Capacity and Renewal Planning in Dallas
pp. 790-797(8)
Authors: Cottingame, Marc; McLamarrah, Jane

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The Role of High Rate Treatment in Addressing Wet Weather Flows
pp. 798-803(6)
Authors: Kutcher, Thomas; Cuthbert, Donald; Sandino, Julian

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Lake Tahoe's Regional Approach to Wastewater Infrastructure Planning
pp. 804-816(13)
Authors: Schegg, Lee; Pomroy, Joe; Olthof, Jeroen; Flores, Michael

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Practical Applications of a Hydraulic Sewer Model to Solve Real World Problems
pp. 817-827(11)
Authors: Kraus, Timothy; Gray, Justin; Bahng, Susan

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Lessons in Operations Management for Collection Systems – Start at the Top and Work Your Way Down
pp. 828-835(8)
Authors: Speer, Edward; Collier, George; Mihocko, Drew

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Pump Station Refurbishment Designed for Compatibility with Adjacent Condominium, Hotel and Marine Terminal Development Projects in Portland, Maine
pp. 836-843(8)
Authors: Freedman, Steven; Winn, Robert; Wolstenholme, Philip; Jones, Garr; Firmin, Scott

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Session 12: Flow Monitoring that Pays Real Dividends

A Wireless, Near Real-Time Dry Weather Alert System Under Conditions of Unreliable Data Transmission
pp. 844-850(7)
Authors: Pawlowski, C.W.; Donisi, M.; Barton, J.M.H.

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New Findings in Estimating Flow Rates Through Overflowing Manhole Covers
pp. 851-874(24)
Authors: Walski, Thomas; Whitman, Brian; Kelly, Brandon; Leaman, Mike; Loughran, Danny

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Application of TISCIT Data in Improving Hydraulic Model Reliability
pp. 875-884(10)
Authors: Lu, Qiuli; Onderak, Eric; Stacy, Greg; Holmes, Scott

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Creating a Tight Sewer System and Proving It – A Case Study Scio Township, Michigan
pp. 885-899(15)
Authors: Cox, Carrie Ricker; Martin, Scott D.; Czachorski, Robert

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Private Property I/I Control Program in Greencastle, Indiana
pp. 900-908(9)
Authors: Gonwa, William S.; Nitka, Jeremy; Morrow, Glen

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Quantitative Assessment of Sewer Separation for the Reserved Channel in South Boston
pp. 909-926(18)
Authors: Recos, Melissa L.; Carrier, Alfred J.; Duggan, Edward W.; Liu, Dingfang

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