|“Evaluating the Phosphorus Adaptive Management Option: Stoughton Utilities’ Experience”|
Jane Carlson, P. E., Strand Associates, Inc
|“CLEANing the Yahara Chain of Lakes: A Watershed Wide Implementation Plan for Phosphorus Reduction – Part II” |
Randy Langer, Strand Associates, Inc.
|“Watershed-based Solutions to Phosphorus Compliance in Wisconsin”|
James Kleinschmidt, PE, Baxter & Woodman, Inc.
|Taking a Shot at Energy Independence The Stevens Point Story” |
Jeremy Cramer; City of Stevens Point
|“Development of a Roadmap Toward Energy Neutrality for Downers Grove Sanitary District”|
Amanda Poole, Baxter & Woodman, Inc
|“Landfill Gas Turbines: Biogas to Combined Heat and Power to Bio-solids Production” |
Kurt Hellerman, CH2M HILL
|“Troubleshooting Activated Sludge: Identifying and Mitigating Impacts of Drought Conditions” |
Troy Larson, Strand Associates, Inc.
|“Identifying and quantifying nitrifiers, phosphorus removers, methanogens, filaments and foamers with DNA” |
Trevor Ghylin; University of Wisconsin-Madison
|“Not Every Day is a Good Day at a Wastewater Treatment Plant: Effects of Effluent Variability on Compliance with Phosphorus Limits”|
Pavel Hajda, Symbiont
|“Biosolids-derived Biochar as an Adsorbant for Ammonium and Phosphate from Wastewater” |
D. Carey, Marquette University
|“New Regulations for Phosphorus Compliance – Lessons Learned”|
CJ Strain, Blue Water Technologies, Inc.
|“A New Tool to Enhance Biological Phosphorus Removal – Mxed Liquor Fermentation” |
Steve Arant, Black & Veatch
|“When Less is Truly MORE – the Next Generation of MBBR Technology Small Media Biofilm in a Continuous Flow Intermittent Cleaning Mode” |
Ken Neu, Environmental/Health Products and Service
|“Continuous Sequencing Reactor (CSR) for Biological Nutrient Removal at Roth Lane Wastewater Treatment Plant” |
Ayman Shawwa, Ph.D., PE, BCEE, PMP, Schreiber, LLC
|“Enhancing the Energy Cycle: Digestion, Codigestion and Biogas” |
Phil Bzdusek, Ph. D., PE and Glen Tranowski, PE, Strand Associates, Inc.
|“Bio-P, Digestion and Dewatering: Unexpected Consequences?” |
Bill Marten, Donohue & Associates
|“Bench-Scale Testing to Examine the Factors Affecting Foaming in Anaerobic Digesters” |
Zach Carroll, University of Wisconsin-Madison
|“Anaerobic Co-digestion Planning and Research for the Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District” |
J. A. Kusowski, Marquette University
|“Digester Foaming Problems and Solutions” |
Rusty Schroedel, Brown & Caldwell
|“Positive Community Connections for Treatment Plants via Youth Apprenticeship Programs: A “Win-Win” for Everyone” |
Scott Thompson, NEW Water
|“City of St. Cloud’s Dual Forcemain Integrity & Assessment Project” |
Patrick Shea & Tracy Hodel, City of St. Cloud and Micheal Livermore, Pure Technologies U.S.
|“Wauwatosa Lateral Rehabilitation Pilot Project” |
Julie McMullin, Brown & Caldwell
|“Overlapping Pumping Stations provide Capacity, Redundancy and Reliability”|
Theran Jacobson, AECOM and Al Bush, AECOM
|“Going Mobile: Explore Applications in today’s world that have gone mobile” |
Joe Finn, Wonderware Midwest
|“Comparison of Three Wet Weather Flow Treatment Alternatives to Increase Plant Capacity” |
Don Esping, Brown & Cadwell
|“Wastewater Design Industrial Wastewater Treatment Solutions for Placon Corporation” |
Antonio Garcia, Ben Kultgen and Sally Shumaker, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Student Design Competition)
|“City of Oshkosh – Transforming Existing Processes into Exemplary CMOM Conformance” |
Tricia Christensen, CH2M Hill
|“CSO Long Term Control Plan Optimization of Grey and Green Infrastructure Options to Meet EPA-Mandated Level of Control” |
Jeff Frey, PE, Optimatics
|“H2S Reduction in Biogas with a Biological Scrubber” |
Edward Nevers, PE, Donohue & Associates
|“Study of Wastewater Reuse for Northwestern Mutual Life” |
Amanda Heller, Milwaukee School of Engineering (Student Paper and Design Competition)
|“Technical, Environmental, and Economic Assessment of Sludge Thickening Processes.” |
Josh Gable, Centrisys Corp.
|“Pretreatment Digester Benefits City WWTP Upgrades” |
Jim Smith, PE, Applied Technologies, Inc. and Don Quarford, City of Beaver Dam
|“Eau Claire, Wisconsin – Sustainable Design” |
Amber Marzahl, Donohue & Associates, Inc.
|“Integrating Major Components of a New Landfill Gas System – Coordination of Multiple Contracts for Gas Treatment, Pipeline Transmission and Turbine Energy Generation” |
Rusty Schroedel, PE, BCEE, Brown & Caldwell
|“Columbus Wasterwater Treatment Facility Influent Pump Replacement Yields Energy Saving” |
David Arnott PE, Ruekert/Mielke, Inc.
|“Meeting Water Reuse Limits in Cold Climates” |
Merle Kroeker, PE, Nelson Environmental, Inc.
|“Efficient Design of High Efficiency Blowers: Using Dynamic Modeling to Reduce Costs” |
Leon Downing and Eric Lynne, Donohue & Associates
|“Not Your Typical Fine Bubble Retrofit – Midwest Cheese Producer Improves Efficiency and Treatment Plant Performance with Aeration System Overhaul” |
Jon Butt, Symbiont and Todd Hammond, Grande Cheese
|“Floc Structure, Energy Savings, and Nutrient Removal: Doing More with Less Energy and Fewer Tanks” |
Leon Downing, Donohue & Associates
|“Successful Pilot of MicroC 2000TM as Substrate for Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal at ENR WWTP” |
Brad Hice, PE, Environmental Operating Solutions, Inc.
|“Nutrient Recovery and Upcycling: Finding value in wastewater” |
Menachem Tabanpour, Ph. D., UW/NRU
|“Assessing Resource Recovery as a Viable Nutrient Control Alternative” |
Sam Jeyanayagam, CH2M HILL (replaced with Jim Fischer, CH2M HILL and Scott Phipps, Hazen & Sawyer)
|“Enhancing BNR Fermenter Performance” |
Greg Paul, QLF
|“Taming Biological Phosphorus Removal Effluent P-Spikes” |
Greg Paul, QLF
|“Innovative I/I Analysis Leads to Sustainability Program” |
Tammy Kuehlmann, PE, Donohue & Associates, Inc.
|“The Backbone of your Collection System: Large Diameter Pipe Inspection and Cleaning” |
Jimmy Stewart, Brenford Environmental Systems
|“The 1000 Year Flood: Duluth, MN”|
Chris Kleist, City of Duluth
|“Big City Wet Weather Treatment in a Small Town in Illinois: The Rock Island Story” |
Brian Till, PE, Symbiont