CSWEA Papers & Proceedings

    2015 Conference on the Environment

    Enviornmental and Clean Energy Initiatives in Minneapolis.
    Session 1a – Phosphorus and Fostering Conversations.
    Session 1b – WW ReUse Planning and Implementation in the Twin Cities.
    Session 1c – Water Law Update.
    Session 3a – Startup and Commissioning of Eau Claire’s Advanced BNR.
    Session 3b – Ecogenomics in Anammox Bioreactors.
    Session 3c – Modeling of Real Time Process Control for Evaluating Energy Efficiency at Stickney WRP.
    Session 5a – Addressing the Triple Bottom Line – Treatment and Conveyance of Wastewater While Saving Energy.
    Session 5b -A Change in Control Strategy Reduces Power Consumption at Colorado Springs Utilities.
    Session 7a – Solar Collaboration Among Local Governments.
    Session 7b – Biogas to Energy Gas Treatment Technologies and Maximixing Energy Output.
    Session 7c – Waste Not, Want Not – Maximizing High Strength Waste Addition.
    Session 11a – Public-Private-Student Partnerships Using Undergraduate Researchers to Diffuse Tension Among Stakeholders. 
    Session 11b – Tackling Water Quality in Highly Developed Industrial and Commercial Areas. 
    Session 11c – Collaborative Design Effort Yields Cost Savings for Des Moines IA.
    Session 12a – Industrial Pretreatment Incentive Program.
    Session 12c – Selective Contaminant Removal from Industrial Wastewaters.


    2014 Conference on the Environment

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    2013 Conference on the Environment

    Developing an Anion Exchange Process.
    Allen Williams
    Successful Regionalization of Wastewater Utility.
    Mark Stone
    MCPA Update.
    Modeling Spatially Variant Processes in Serpentine Activated Sludge Reactors.
    Henry Mott
    Minnesota’s DRAFT Nutrient Reduction Strategy.
    Wayne P. Anderson
    Nitrogen in Minnesota Surface Waters.
    Dave Wall
    Wild Rice Standards Study: Update.
    Shannon Lotthammer
    MBBR of the Future.
    Chris Thomson
    Industrial Pretreatment for Public WWTP.
    Philip Wacholz


    Mission Statement

    To provide a Water Environment Federation (WEF) organization (Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin) offering multiple opportunities for the exchange of water quality knowledge and experiences among its members and the public and to foster a greater awareness of water quality achievements and challenges.