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Optimizing Nitrogen Removal in an MBR Under Abnormal Operating Conditions.
Pumping Station Modifications to Comply with Ansi/HI 9.8 Improve Performance While Lessening O&M Requirements -- Two Case Studies.
Hydraulic Challenges of Designing for a High-Capacity and High-Head Pump Station.
The Removal of Alkylphenol Ethoxylate Surfactants in Activated Sludge Systems.
Alternative Disinfection Technology Demonstrates Advantages for Wet Weather Applications -- A Pilot Study of Powdered Bromine Technology.
Don't Just Scratch the Surface! Preparing a Proactive Plan for Community Outreach on Deep Tunnels.
Shifting From Disposal to Sustainable Resource-Based Strategies -- Implementing LOTT's Wastewater Resource Management Plan
Study of Raw Wastewater BOD5 and cBOD5 Relationship Yields Surprising Results
Asset Management: Successes in Changing Cultures
An Overview of the Lincoln, NE Nitrifying Activated Sludge System, Control of Filamentous Builking with an Anoxic Selector and Enhancing System Performance with an Automatic Solids Retention Time Control System
Wrestling with the Institutional Side of Reuse… How to Partner to Succeed.
CHEMICAL OXIDATION LABORATORY TEST FOR TITAN I-A MISSILE FACILITY
IMPLEMENTATION OF LARGE CENTRALIZED ARSENIC TREATMENT FACILITIES FOR HEUCO BOLSOM AQUIFER WELLS, EL PASO TX
Odor Control Improvements Using a Biofilter for the City of Glouchester, Massachusetts Wastewater Treatment Facility
City of Ventura Uses Bioscrubber and Carbon to Deal with High Sulfide Odors at New Headworks
Source Control and "Hazing" BMPS for Fecal Coliform Reduction through Bird Population Management
High-Volume Sampling for Ultra-Low Water Qualilty Analyses
Evaluation of Caltrans District 4 Temporary Vactor Waste and Material Storage Sites
Water Environment Research Foundation Wet Weather Assessment Protocols
Roof Runoff As a Zinc Source: BMP Effectiveness at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Santa Rosa Fine Tunes its Flexible Biosolids Program
TMDLS AND WATER QUALITY REGULATIONS – Bringing Habitat Into the Equation
Everglades Restoration Project Pumping Stations G-310 and G-335
Response From An Expert Panel To Several Key Questions Regarding MNA
HORIZONTAL AIR SPARGING TO TREAT PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON IMPACTED GROUNDWATER
NEW THOUGHTS AND STRATEGIES FOR THE DELIVERY OF PIPELINE REHABILITATION PROJECTS - THE ACITY OF CONCORD SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECT
THE PAINT WAS LIKE NEW – New EPB Machine Manages Risk in San Jose Tunneling
DIRECTIONAL DRILLING A FORCEMAIN CROSSING OF HIGHWAY 880 IN FREMONT, CALIFORNIA
CITY OF PHOENIX LARGE DIAMETER WATERLINE INVESTIGATION AND REHABILITATION PROGRAM
SCRAPS: AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR PRIORITIZING SEWER INSPECTIONS
WHO SAYS YOU CAN’T PUSH HDPE? - CRESCENT CITY WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITIES OUTFALL PROJECT
Improved Anaerobic Digestion Feed Systems and Concepts
A BIOENERGY SUCCESS STORY – DUAL FUEL CONVERSION OF THE POINT LOMA STANDBY GENERATOR HELPS EASE CALIFORNIA ENERGY CRISIS
SOLUTIONS FOR TODAY MEET FUTURE NEEDS – STATE-OF-THE-ART SOLIDS THICKENING AT THE 91ST AVENUE WASTEWATER TREAMENT PLANT
Have Your Cake and Pump It Too: Lessons learned from the San Diego Metro Biosolids Center Cake Pumping Operations
Early 2004: The State of the Practice of Class A Anaerobic Digestion.
Santa Rosa Fine Tunes Its Flexible Biosolids Program
THE QUEST FOR THE HOLY GRAIL OF BIOSOLIDS ACCEPTANCE
Columbus Biosolids Flow-through Termophilic Treatment (BFT) as a Cost Effective Means to Achieve Class A Digestion.
Managing the Message: When Bad Press Happens to Good Agencies
Implementation of a Computerized Maintenance Management System for the City of Atlanta
Workshop W210: Guidelines for Use of Activated Sludge Models in Practice -- What's wrong with the IWA and General Activated Sludge Models
LESS THAN 0.2 mgP/L AND 3 mgN/L – MEETING THESE NEW LIMITS WHILE STILL USING EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AT OWASA’S MASON FARM WWTP
WHAT’S THAT RECYCLED WATER GOING TO DO TO MY GRASS?
Process Design for Class A Egg-Shaped Digesters Facility at DCWASA's Blue Plains AWTP
CATCHING EVERY DROP: Reaching Beyond Traditional SSO Response
IN THE ABSENCE OF THE BLENDING POLICY: A Novel High-Rate Biological Treatment Process.
Asset Management: A Fad or the Future?
Impactof Operational Parameters on the Removal of Particulate COD in the Activated Sludge Process.
WEFTEC workshop: Activated Sludge in a BNR World; Process Control
UPGRADING OF THE NITRIFICATION/DENITRIFCATION FACILITY AT THE BLUE PLAINS ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
Source Water Protection Initiated by a Proactive Small Groundwater System
Gas Transfer from Air Diffusers
Get Connected! The Virtual Water Saver Home Web Site for Your Residential Customers
Tracking Down Those Water Losses! A Case Study for Asheville, North Carolina
BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY IN THE KLAMATH BASIN, OREGON
RESPONSE FROM AN EXPERT PANEL TO SEVERAL KEY QUESTIONS REGARDING MNA.
HEAT DRYING BIOSOLIDS:
Nitrification Rate Testing using WERF’s High F/M Protocol:
EVALUATION OF PERCOLATE QUALITY RESULTING FROM RECYCLED WATER IRRIGATION IN CENTRAL OAHU
ASSET MANAGEMENT: A FAD OR THE FUTURE?
EXTENDING PIPELINE LIFE THROUGH CORROSION CONTROL OPTIMIZATION WITH
NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR A NEW PLANT:
INTEGRATED CORRECTIVE MEASURES
USING LEED™ FOR MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE – REALITY VS. HYPE
IMPACT OF COVERING AERATION BASINS ON ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE WHILE COMPLYING WITH MON AND HON REQUIREMENTS
IMPACT OF OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS ON THE REMOVAL OF PARTICULATE COD IN THE ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS
CUSTOMER SERVICE OPTIMIZATION AND BENCHMARKING
STATE-OF-PRACTICE OF DAFT TECHNOLOGY –
A Small Community's Approach To Planning A Major Project
RESPONSIVE DESIGN ACHIEVES WATER QUALITY THRESHOLDS
PRIMARY CLARIFIER DESIGN CONCEPTS AND CONSIDERATIONS
UNSATURATED ZONE MONITORING RESULTS THROUGH THE SECOND YEAR OF RECLAIMED WATER IRRIGATION AT THE HONOLULU BOARD OF WATER SUPPLY FIELD DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
Desalination concentrate management - from ‘waste disposal’ to ‘resource recovery’
NORTHWEST WATER RECYCLING PROGRAM DELIVERS SUSTAINABLE WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
USE OF WETLAND PONDS AND GROUNDWATER RECHARGE BASINS AS OUTFALL FOR PRODUCED RECLAIMED WATER
Quantifying and Reducing Nutrient Runoff from Agriculatural Practices -- Phase II
Developing a Watershed-based Sediment-Control Program
GOING BEYOND THE REGULATORY CHALLENGE -
Results of Assessment of Recycled Water Irrigation in Central Oahu
LOOKING INTO A PRISM - THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOSOLIDS LAND APPLICATION ORDINANCE
LOW-TECHNOLOGY CLASS A PROCESSES: WERF DOCUMENTATION
HEAT DRYING BIOSOLIDS AT SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE PLANTS:
EVOLUTION OF THE KING COUNTY BIOSOLIDS PROGRAM: EVALUATING CLASS A COST AND FEASIBILITY
Digestion Process Development for the Egg-Shaped Digesters Facility at DCWASA's Blue Plains AWTP
AN UPDATE ON THE LONGEST RUNNING CLASS-A THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC SYSTEM IN THE USA
Water and Wastewater: Risky Business!
Integrating CMOM and Asset Management The Key to Long-term Sustainable Program Successs
BULKING CONTROL HAS BLOSSOMED...How well is your selector doing?
SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE PLANNING – KNOW YOUR BENEFITS AS WELL AS COSTS. THE SUN VALLEY WATERSHED CASE STUDY.
CREATING NEW SEWER SERVICE CHARGES TO REHABILITATE AN AGING SEWER SYSTEM
AN OBSERVATIONAL APPROACH FOR EFFECTIVE REMOVAL OF PCE BY AS/SVE.
CONVENTIONAL TRICKLING FILTER EFFLUENT QUALITY: PREDICTABILITY AND VARIABILITY
Should I Keep It or Replace It? A Risk-Based Approach to Making Asset Rehabilitation and Replacement (R&R) Decisions.
ODOR CONTROL BIOSCRUBBERS. A 20-YEAR HISTORY OF SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS.
DEVELOPING CONTROL SYSTEM STANDARDS AND IMPLEMENTING THOSE STANDARDS AT AN EXISTING PLANT
ALTERNATIVE OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES TO CONTROL POLLUTANTS IN PEAK WET WEATHER FLOWS
A COMBINED USE ATTAINABILITY ANALYSIS AND TECHNOLOGY-BASED APPROACH TO SETTING ZINC STANDARDS FOR TMDL COMPLIANCE
HIGH RATE CHEMICALLY ENHANCED PRIMARY TREATMENT AS A TOOL FOR WET WEATHER PLANT OPTIMIZATION AND RE-RATING
DOING MORE WITH LESS - UNLOCKING CAPACITY