CSWEA 85th Annual Meeting Presentations



    Session A

    Survey of Causes and Prevention/Control of Anaerobic Digester Foaming – A WERF Study
    Quantifying Economic Impacts of Excessive Anaerobic Digester Foaming
    (NO FILE)
    Testing of Commercial Defoamant to Control Anaerobic Digester Foaming

     

    Session B

    Public-Private Partnership Results in Sustainable Energy Project At MMSD
    Achieving Net Zero: Sustainable Wastewater Treatment and Resource Recovery
    Sustainable Infrastructure Design

     

    Session C

    Fermentation Enhanced Nutrient Removal at Janesville WWTP
    Evaluating Nutrient Removal at Nine Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant – A Technology and Cost Evaluation Study
    Low Level Phosphorus Removal: Case Studies from the Central States Region

     

    Session D

    Anaerobic Co-Digestion Increases Net Biogas Production by Increasing Microbial Activity
    BIOAUGMENTATION OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS CAN INCREASE CH4 PRODUCTION AND COD REMOVAL
    Optimizing Microbial Community Structure in Anaerobic Digesters to Produce More Methane
    Aeration System Automation: Controls Strategies to Maximize Energy Savings at Low Capital Cost
    Ammonia Controlled Aeration

     

    Session E

    A HUMOROUS LOOK AT THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SHORT AND LONG TERM EFFECTS OF A SUCCESSFUL I&I ELIMINATION PROGRAM
    Reducing Inflow and Infiltration through Prioritization: An Innovative Approach in Golden Valley, Minnesota
    Infiltration Reduction – Richmond’s 80% Solution
    Don’t Be as Mad as a Hatter, Prepare for Addressing Mercury in Your Plant – Background and Case History
    Enhancing Environmental Monitoring Using Total Organic Carbon

     

    Session F

    Design Considerations in Using Deep Bed Downflow Denitrification Filters and Moving Bed Biofilm Bioreactor Reactor for Post-Denitrification in achieving Limit of Technology1486948249_file_pdf_download
    Simple, Early Steps Toward Meeting Lower Phosphorus Effluent Limits
    Between a rock, a hard place, and a few expensive spots: Chemical phosphorus removal constrained by toxicity of iron and aluminum chemicals
    A TECHNIQUE MEASURING NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATION RATES IN AN INTERMITTENT CYCLE EXTENDED AERATION (ICEAS) SYSTEM
    Securing Outside Funding Sources for Energy Efficient Projects: A Case Study of the Fox River Water Reclamation District

     

    Session G

    Janesville’s Renewable Energy Initiative
    LM Digester Mixers and More Microturbines Enhance Sheboygan?s Ability to Produce Energy and Go Off the Grid
    (NO FILE)
    Plant-Wide Energy Reduction Evaluations at the Thorn Creek Basin Sanitary District
    Coming Full Circle: Moving Wastewater Treatment Plants Towards Energy Neutrality
    (NO FILE)

     

    Session H

    Sanitary Sewer Siphon Rehabilitation in Janesville, WI
    Pumping Downhill can be a Good Solution: Unique Challenges to Pumping Downhill – A Hydraulic Transient Analysis Case Study for the City of Indianapolis
    The Balance – Impacts of Corrosion and Odor Control in the Collection System on a Wastewater Treatment Facility?s Biological Nutrient Removal Process
    Don’t Forget the Force Mains!

     

    Session J

    CLEANing the Yahara Chain of Lakes: A Watershed Wide Implementation Plan for Phosphorus Reduction
    Nutrient Criteria: Current Status for the Central States, TMDL Development and New Tools for Nutrient Reduction Evaluation
    When are Watershed Options Beneficial for Low Level Nutrient Compliance?
    (NO FILE)
    Advanced Membrane Filtration Technology for Rain Water Reclamation for a Stadium

     

    Session K

    City of Waukesha West-Side and Southeast Interceptor Sewer Cost Comparison Analysis
    The City of Janesville Water and Wastewater Utility and the RICE MACT, a Case Study
    Capital Funding of Wastewater Infrastructure: Adapting to the New Realities

     

    Session L

    Wet Weather Flows Certainly Have Some Different Characters
    CT Setpoint Control for Disinfection of an 8.6 Billion Gallon Per Day Combined Sewer Overflow
    The End of Blending? What Now?
    (NO FILE)
    A Blending Case Study: The City of Columbus Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade

     

    Session M

    Collaboration of Industry and Local Municipality to Achieve Industrial Expansion Through Wastewater Treatment Modifications
    Complete Mix Moving Media Fixed Film: Industrial Pretreatment When There is Trouble Downstream
    Advance Oxidation Process Treatment of Membrane Filtration Concentrate Using Hydrogen Peroxide and Ultraviolet Light
    Nigeria Water Project: Engineers Without BordersNo File

     

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