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WEFTEC 2012: Session 51 through Session 60

Session 51: Denitrification and Supplemental Carbon

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Evaluation of Denatured Ethanol as an Alternative Carbon Source for Wastewater Denitrification
pp. 3700-3717(18)
Authors: Kazasi, Anna; Boardman, Gregory D.; Bott, Charles B.

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Thauera spp., Another Prominent Denitrifying Bacteria in the Methanol-Fed Activated Sludge
pp. 3718-3728(11)
Authors: Tsai, Cheng-Yao; TongZhou, Wang; Asvapathanagul, Pitiporn; Gedalanga, Phillip B; Hayden, David; La, Jason; Olson, Betty H.

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Elemental Sulfur (So) as a Supplemental Electron Donor for Wastewater Denitrification: Batch and Column Studies
pp. 3729-3736(8)
Authors: Wang, Yue; Pasten, Pablo; Bott, Charles; Nerenberg, Robert

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Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Reduction by Denitrifying Bacteria: Relating Kinetics and Gene Expression
pp. 3737-3746(10)
Authors: Pavissich, J.P.; Read-Daily, B.L.; Sandberg, K.; Sabba, F.; Nerenberg, R.

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Glycerol-Driven Denitrification: Evaluating the Specialist-Generalist Theory and Partial Denitrification to Nitrite
pp. 3747-3771(25)
Authors: Uprety, Kshitiz; Bott, Charles; Burbage, Chris; Parker, Kevin; Balzer, Bill; Bilyk, Katya; Latimer, Ron

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Using Biosolids As A Carbon Source for Denitrification
pp. 3779-3798(20)
Authors: Alder, Jared M.; Parameswaran, Prathap; Rittmann, Bruce E.

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Session 52: Microconstituents

Degradation of selected pharmaceuticals during nitrification
pp. 3799-3804(6)
Authors: Sathyamoorthy, Sandeep; Ramsburg, C. Andrew

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Removal of Microconstituents by Adsorption focusing on the Separation of Powdered Activated Carbon
pp. 3805-3816(12)
Authors: Platz, Sebastian; Menzel, Uwe; Wett, Martin

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Fate of Pharmaceuticals During Varying Redox Treatment Environments
pp. 3817-3827(11)
Authors: Moline, Christopher J.; Stadler, Lauren B.; Ernstoff, Alexi S.; Su, Lijuan; Aga, Diana S.; Love, Nancy G.

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Predicting the Fate of Emerging Contaminants in Wastewater Treatment Plants
pp. 3828-3836(9)
Authors: Cloutier, Frédéric; Clouzot, Ludiwine; Vanrolleghem, Peter A.

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Trace Organic Compound Removal at Clark County – Lessons Learned from an Indirect Potable (IPR) System
pp. 3837-3851(15)
Authors: Drury, Douglas D.; Dickenson, Eric; Rauch-Williams, Tanja; Snyder, Shane

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Monthly variation of activated sludge extracellular polymeric substances and their correlation with the removal of anthropogenic micropollutants
pp. 3852-3862(11)
Authors: Tseng, Linda Y.; Wu, Yanwen; McVey, Morgan; Gori, Riccardo; Rosso, Diego

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Occurrence and Removal of PPCPs in Urban Wastewater
pp. 3863-3878(16)
Authors: Padhye, Lokesh P.; Huang, Ching-Hua

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Session 53: Managing Water and Wastewater From Shale Gas Extraction II: Treatment Challenges and Contemporary Solutions

Management of Soluble Organics in Produced and Flowback Waters with Swellable, Absorbent Glass
pp. 3879-3892(14)
Authors: Edmiston, Paul; Keener, Justin; McKee, Shawn; Buckwald, Scott; Hallahan, Gregory; Grossman, Michael

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Liner Considerations at Unconventional Drilling Site Impoundments
pp. 3893-3898(6)
Author: Foster, Veronica E.

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Session 54: Industrial Applications of Membrane Biological Reactors and MBBR

MBR for Wastewater Recycling in Textile Industry The Experiences of an Operator from Idea to Implementation
pp. 3899-3906(8)
Authors: Teckenberg, R.; Pohlers, T.; Ghazinuri, A.; Hoffmeister, M.; Schuler, S.

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MBBR Process Proves Highly Effective for Treating Variable Strength Landfill Leachate
pp. 3926-3935(10)
Authors: Robinson, James M.; Bowman, W. Jason; Palmer, Mick; Vogel, Ed

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Evaluation of PEG Biodegradability Using MBR and MBBR
pp. 3936-3946(11)
Authors: Wilkinson, Daniel B.; Jones, Katie L.; Walsh, Angela J.; Crisman, Laura R.

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MBBR To MBR – Unique Process Configuration For Pharmaceutical Wastewater Treatment/Reuse
pp. 3947-3958(12)
Authors: Jones, Katie L.; Wilkinson, Daniel B.; Walsh, Angela J.; Crisman, Laura R.

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Comparison of COD and Toxicity Removal during Activated Sludge and MBBR Treatment of Kraft Pulp Mill Effluent
pp. 3959-3969(11)
Authors: de Rezende, Natália R.; Mounteer, Ann H.; Mozer, Geovana C.; Reis, Eduarda O.

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Session 55: Moving and Fixed Biofilm Reactors

Design and Operational Insights of the World's Largest Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS) Process for Low Nitrogen Limits
pp. 3970-3988(19)
Authors: Wilson, Michael; Sandino, Julian; Cote, Theresa; Brueckner, Thomas; Boltz, Joshua; Michelsen, David

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Biological Trickling Filters as the Sole Means of Wastewater Treatment – Does It Work?
pp. 3989-4005(17)
Authors: Macdonald, Garry; Berry, Nicholas; Crosby, Caroline; Dunford, Paul; Ehlers, Johan

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Pilot Study of Submerged Structured Sheet Media for Tertiary Nitrification
pp. 4006-4020(15)
Authors: Zhu, Jia; Li, Hua; Frank, M. Kulick; Koch, Karl

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Circulating Fluidized Bed Bioreactor: A Cost-effective Technology for Wastewater Treatment
pp. 4021-4031(11)
Authors: Chowdhury, Nabin; Nakhla, George; Cairns, Bill; Zhu, Jesse

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The Membrane Biofilm Reactor (MBfR) for Wastewater Treatment: Applications, Design Considerations, and Technology Outlook
pp. 4032-4044(13)
Authors: Martin, Kelly J.; Boltz, Joshua P.; Nerenberg, Robert

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Optimization of Mixing in IFAS and MBBR Aeration Basins using Computational Fluid Dynamics
pp. 4045-4057(13)
Authors: Kaldate, Amit; Gangal, Mudit; Landes, Nicholas; Smedley, Scott; Rayapati, Narayana

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The “Rocky Mountain Way” - Tertiary M.B.B.R technology proves innovative solution for cold weather nitrification
pp. 4058-4066(9)
Authors: Bowman, Jason; Robinson, James; Hubbell, Sarah; Fitzgerald, John; Smith, Scott

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Session 56: MBR: The Next Generation Drives Efficiency

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Driving Energy Efficiency of MBR with a Giant LEAP Forward
pp. 4075-4086(12)
Authors: Ciccotelli, John; Munger, Sarah; Valladao, Gary; Hemken, Brad

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Capital and Operating Cost Evaluation of CAS vs. MBR Treatment
pp. 4087-4097(11)
Authors: Young, Thor; Mert, Muftugil; Smoot, Sebastian; Peeters, Jeff

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BNR MBR for Low Level Phosphorus – The Little Things Matter
pp. 4098-4112(15)
Authors: Benisch, Mario; Neethling, JB; Fisher, Casey; Keil, Don

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Session 57: Energy Efficiency Opportunities

Field and CFD Analysis of Jet Aeration and Mixing
pp. 4113-4139(27)
Authors: Samstag, Randal W.; Wicklein, Edward A.; Reardon, Roderick D.; Leetch, Robert J.; Parks, R. M.; Groff, Colin D.

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Realistic dynamic pumping energy models for wastewater applications.
pp. 4140-4156(17)
Authors: Amerlinck, Y.; De Keyser, W.; Urchegui, G.; Nopens, I.

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Monte Carlo Analysis for Aeration Design
pp. 4157-4163(7)
Authors: Gray, Matthew; Kestel, Steven; Snowling, Spencer

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Session 58: Process Modeling: The Next Step - Uncertainty, Variability, and Dynamic Modeling

KDO Experiments at NYC DEP's Full-Scale Demonstration Facility
pp. 4176-4182(7)
Authors: Sharp, Robert; Dailey, Sarah; Motyl, Melissa; Deur, Allen; Beckmann, Keith

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Assessing Variability for Nutrient Removal Improvements
pp. 4183-4190(8)
Authors: Downing, Leon; Gerbitz, Mike; Doerr, Dale

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Translating safety factors to sources of variability and uncertainty; Model-based design evaluation for the Eindhoven WWTP
pp. 4191-4208(18)
Authors: Belia, Evangelina; Benedetti, Lorenzo; Cierkens, Katrijn; De Baets, Bernard; Flameling, Tony; Nopens, Ingmar; Weijers, Stefan

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Existing Assets: To Be or Not To Be
pp. 4209-4221(13)
Authors: Copp, John B.; Richards, Andrew; Wild, Robert

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Pragmatic Nitrification Inhibition Testing for Robust Plant Design
pp. 4222-4238(17)
Authors: Bye, Christopher M.; Jones, Richard M.; Dold, Peter L.

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Global Sensitivity Analysis of the ATV Design Guideline: Which are the most important inputs for a WWTP design?
pp. 4239-4249(11)
Authors: Talebizadeh, Mansour; Martin, Cristina; Neumann, Marc B.; Vanrolleghem, Peter A.

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Extending the Modeling of High Purity Oxygen Wastewater Treatment Processes: Transition from Closed to Open Basin Operations – A Full Scale Case Study
pp. 4250-4262(13)
Authors: Fabiyi, Malcolm; Connery, Karen; Marx, Randall; Burke, Michael; Goel, Rajeev; Snowling, Spencer; Schraa, Oliver

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Session 59: Applied BNR: Operational Success Stories

Montague Process: Plant Modifications Reduce O&M Expenses while Removing Nitrogen
pp. 4263-4270(8)
Authors: Weaver, Grant; Trornbley, Robert J.

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Creating New Revenue With Existing Processes: Evaluating Grid Balance™ With Demand-side Loads At Wastewater Treatment Plants Using Dynamic Modeling
pp. 4301-4322(22)
Authors: Letto, Daryl; Snowling, Spencer; George, Raoul; Morrissey, Christopher; Andres, Hank; Fox, Conrad

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Cause of Gordonia amarae-like Foaming in an Incompletely Nitrifying Plant: 3.5 Year Study
pp. 4323-4331(9)
Authors: Asvapathanagul, Pitiporn; Huang, Zhonghua; Gedalanga, Phillip B; Wallace, Tracy; Pullen, Jim; Olson, Betty H.

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Operations-Focused Design, Construction and Startup of the Bozeman, Montana Advanced Nutrient Removal Facility
pp. 4344-4356(13)
Authors: Harmon, Dan; Revis, Coralynn; Adams, Tom; Bartle, Herb; Meyer, Travis

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Zero-Cost Operational Modifications Reduce Effluent Nitrogen and Chemical Consumption at the OWASA Mason Farm WWTP
pp. 4357-4375(19)
Authors: Rohrbacher, Joe; Gangadharan, Vishnu; Forney, Damon; White, Chris; Taylor, Ron

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Trials and Tribulations of Solving Small Community Wastewater Problems
pp. 4376-4386(11)
Authors: George, Kelvin; Sturdevant, Jeff; Perri, Kristi; Jablonski, Greg

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Session 60: Allowing the Neighbors To Breath Freely

Use of Bioscrubbers in Lieu of Chemical Scrubbers for Odor Control – The Dubai Jebel Ali Sewage Treatment Plant Experience
pp. 4387-4391(5)
Authors: Awahdi, Mohammed Abdulaziz Najem Al; Mendoza, Michelle A.

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Use of High Rate Biotrickling Filters Operating at 7 s EBRT for Odor Control at Municipal WWTP
pp. 4392-4402(11)
Authors: Groff, Colin D.; Johnson, Matthew E.; le Roux, Louis D.

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Treatment Plant Benefits of Upstream Odor Control Chemical Addition
pp. 4403-4409(7)
Authors: Hetherington, Michelle; Dillon, Carla

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Lessons Learned from Activated Carbon Odor Control Systems
pp. 4410-4433(24)
Author: Pope, Richard J.

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