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WEFTEC 2011: Session 21 through Session 30

Session 21: Information Technology: A Tasting of Good Practices

Strategic Planning and Leadership Advances Effective Utility Management Using Integrated Information Technology
pp. 998-1025(28)
Authors: Waddell, Michael; Corriveau, Amymarie; Roman, Jill; Sitcawich, Ron

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IT Strategic Planning: Catalyst for Utility-Wide Performance Improvement
pp. 1056-1058(3)
Authors: van Buskirk, Rod; Sanchez, Humberto

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IT in Wastewater Utilities: End User Survey
pp. 1059-1075(17)
Author: Cello Vitasovic, Z.

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Development of a Web-based Interactive National Database of Condition Assessment Technologies for Water & Wastewater Pipelines
pp. 1086-1099(14)
Authors: Thuruthy, Nisha; Sinha, Sunil; Jung, Jai K.; Graf, Walter; Aijaz, Mohammed

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Session 22: New Tools to Improve Your Capital Improvement Program

Maximizing Operations Efficiency for Wastewater Utilities: Consolidation Evaluation for the City of St. Petersburg
pp. 1100-1121(22)
Authors: Lowe, Karen; Kemp, Diane; Cassady, George; Pangasa, Vipin; Cullen, Charles

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Impacts of Sewer Capacity Assessment in Los Angeles
pp. 1122-1134(13)
Authors: Lau, Rowena; Danishwar, Abdulsamad; Gonzalez, Fernando; Poosti, Ali

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A Capital Cost Allocation Model for Multi-Jurisdictional Use Sewers
pp. 1135-1151(17)
Authors: Goss, Joseph; Lucas, Barry; Udvardy, Brad; Yilma, Eyasu

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Refinement of Life Cycle Assessment Methods for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design
pp. 1152-1163(12)
Authors: Tarallo, Steve; Kadava, Anjana; Murthy, Sudhir; Witt, Aaron; Shaw, Andrew

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Sewer System Master Planning in Difficult Financial Times: A Newark, NJ Case Study
pp. 1164-1177(14)
Authors: Gagliostro, Anthony R.; Scheri, John J.; Schneider, Earl C.; Beckmeyer, Joseph F.

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Session 23: EUM: Saving the Environment, Saving Your Systems, and Saving Your Money

Discovering Core Competencies in the Collection System Maintenance Profession
pp. 1178-1188(11)
Authors: Lundeen, Chris; Morrison, Andy; Malig, Vivien

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Effective Utility Management Deployment: How Do We Get Started?
pp. 1189-1198(10)
Author: Bickerstaff, Richard E.

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The Value of an Assessment: Critical to Utility's Strategic Plan; Results in Millions in Annual Savings
pp. 1199-1203(5)
Authors: Rademacher, Dale; McGrane, Barbara; Rettie, Melanie

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Effective Utility Management Framework – More than Just an Assessment Tool
pp. 1204-1213(10)
Authors: Thomas, Darin; Vastis, Elaine; Bean, Doug; Wexelbaum, Gerry

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Session 24: Bidding Procedures and Equipment Procurement

Engineered Equipment Procurement Options to Ensure Project Quality
pp. 1214-1243(30)
Authors: LaVelle, Deb; Huber, Ruth; Kristof-Champney, Dawn; Dyson, John; Borrowman, Dave; Bowers, Marc; Janson, Carl; Leigh, Deb; Meyer, Diane; Heiner, Dave; Kersten, Warren; Ferris, Miles; Holt, Jed; Marks, Kathy; Spofford, Paul; Tegethoff, Laura

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Session 25: Organics Removal by Soil in Groundwater Recharge Projects: Benefits of Natural Treatment in IPR Systems

European Perspective on Managed Aquifer Recharge with Reclaimed Water
pp. 1244-1256(13)
Authors: Kazner, Christian; Ernst, Mathias; Hochstrat, Rita; Wintgens, Thomas; Jekel, Martin; Melin, Thomas

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Pathogen Reduction Through SAT: Demonstration of Title 22 Filtration and Disinfection Compliance as Part of Watereuse Research Foundation Project 10–10
pp. 1261-1267(7)
Authors: Fontaine, Nicola; Hogg, Stephan; Lau-Staggs, Rosa; Uota, Dean; Danielson, Rick; Salveson, Andrew; Cooper, Robert

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Fountain Hills Sanitary District: Four Decades of Innovation in Total Reuse
pp. 1296-1303(8)
Authors: Kobrick, Doug; Huber, Ron

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Who Says Wastewater Treatment Plants Need NPDES Discharge Permits? – Achieving 100 Percent Reuse for Irrigation, Industry, and Environmental Restoration
pp. 1304-1322(19)
Authors: Kenty, Kerstin L.; Vázquez-Burney, Rafael; Harris, Jeffrey D.; Bays, James S.; Dalsis, Angela

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Session 26: Solving a State-Wide Water Crisis: California's Ground-Breaking Regional Water Reuse Projects

Monterey Bay Regional Desalination Project
pp. 1323-1338(16)
Authors: Melton, Lyndel; Heitzman, Jim; Bailey, Marilyn; Alameda, Ryan; Ramanathan, Mallika; Walewijk, Sophie

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Maximizing Recycled Water Use in Southern California
pp. 1339-1347(9)
Author: Tremblay, Ray

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Indirect Potable Reuse – Regulatory Impacts
pp. 1348-1354(7)
Authors: Bradshaw, Greg; Berge, Tish

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The Delta Plan
pp. 1367-1380(14)
Author: Gray, G.

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California's Water Crises
pp. 1381-1389(9)
Authors: Morris, John T.; Alonzo, Kira Z.

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City of San Diego's Recycled Water Study – Demand Management Approach
pp. 1390-1406(17)
Authors: Dorman, Amy; Novencido, Rey; Occiano, Victor; Strayer, James; Steirer, Marsi; Barhoumi, Amer; Cover, David; Sandera, Kyle; Davis, Kevin; Kennedy, William; Thompson, Jennifer

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Regional Approach to Maximize Reuse Opportunities in North San Diego County
pp. 1407-1413(7)
Authors: Goldman, Scott; Berge, Tish; Propersi, Miluska

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Session 27: New “Ways and Means”: Unique Water Challenges and Innovative Solutions in Small Island Nations and Developing Countries

A Sustainable Future for Trinidad's Wastewater Infrastructure
pp. 1414-1429(16)
Authors: Bahadoorsingh, Kathy; Marx, James; McTaggart, Matt; Wilson, Natalie

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‘Co-Management’ – Agreeing Objectives for Protection and Restoration of Rivers to Meet the Needs of Indigenous Communities
pp. 1457-1485(29)
Authors: Rutherford, James C.; Macdonald, Garry J.; Quinn, John M.

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Socio-Economic Criteria for Wastewater Treatment System Selection: a Case of Municipality Contextual Determinants in Thailand
pp. 1486-1492(7)
Authors: Singhirunnusorn, Wichitra; Sahachaisaeree, Nopadon; Stenstrom, Michael K.

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Session 28: “Going (Bio) Green”: Reducing Carbon Footprints, Mitigating GHG Emissions, and Adapting to Climate Change

Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the Hyannis WPCF Through Renewable Energy Production and Energy Efficiency Measures
pp. 1493-1509(17)
Authors: Drainville, Marc; Rudenko, Anastasia; Saad, Dale; Doyle, Peter S.

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Using Green to Get to Blue: How Alternative Energy Technologies Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Wastewater Treatment
pp. 1510-1515(6)
Authors: Bernier, David; Osgood, Jennifer; Walsh, Michael

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Quantifying the Greenhouse Gas Emissions at the City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation
pp. 1516-1524(9)
Authors: Moke, Adam; Moghaddam, Omar; Saneie, Shahrouzeh; McGuckin, Robyn

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Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of the Town of Prescott's Wastewater Collection System
pp. 1525-1554(30)
Authors: Arvizu, Gustavo; Cullen, Craig; Cautillo, Carissa

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Quantifying Wastewater and Water Infrastructure Carbon Footprint Using Australian Protocols
pp. 1555-1565(11)
Authors: Lovell, Adam; Drzewucki, Kristy; Patwardhan, Avinash; Gokhale, Yogesh; Kelley, Erin; Sandoval, Jim

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Adapting to Climate Change: Comparison of International Best Practices
pp. 1566-1579(14)
Authors: Lampe, Les K.; Kenel, Pamela P.; Shaw, Andrew

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Carbon Footprint Analysis of the Nitrification/Denitrification Upgrade at Orange County Sanitation District's Plant 1
pp. 1580-1589(10)
Authors: Rosso, Diego; Sobhani, Reza; Jiang, Lu-Man; Chau, Allen M.; Brown, Jeff; Torres, Ed; Shao, Y.J.

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