CSWEA Papers & Presentations
CSWEA Papers & Presentations
90th Annual Meeting Papers
89th Annual Meeting Papers
2016 Education Seminar
88th Annual Meeting Proceedings.
2015 Education Seminar
19th Annual Central States Education Seminar on Sustainability.
Activated Sludge Troubleshooting Workshop – MWIE 2014 –
86th Annual Meeting Proceedings.
2012 Digester Foam Workshop Presentations
85th Annual Meeting Presentations.
16th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings
2011 CSWEA Digester Foaming Workshop
MN Section SJWP Winning Paper
Digester Foam Workshop Presentations. April 21, 2010
WI Section SJWP Winning Paper. March 27, 2010
2010 winning Student Paper
2010 Radebaugh Award Winning Paper
15th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings. April 6, 2010
2009, November 30th Digester Foaming Committee Conference Call
2009, November 9th Digester Foaming Committee Conference Call
14th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings. April 7, 2009
|Nutrient Removal: Understanding the Issues…Achieving Sustainable Solutions.|
13th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings. April 01, 2008
|Activated Sludge- It’s About Efficiency and Optimization.|
12th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings
|Research and Reality: Current Issues in Solids Processing.|
11th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings
|Optimizing Biological Nitrogen Removal Processes.|
|Control of Struvite Deposition in Wastewater Treatment Plants.|| |
|Nitrification Options for Small Communities Using “Appropriate Technology.”|| |
|Restored Wetlands as Nutrient Farms.|
|Sidestream Treatment for Nitrogen Removal.|
|Evaluation of Alternative Technologies for Upgrading Wastewater Treatment Plants in Minnesota for New Phosphorus Limits.|
|Low D.O. Operation: Effects on Biological Phosphorus Removal, Oxygen Transfer Efficiency, Denitrification, and Energy Savings.|
|The Coastal ‘Dead Zone’: Nutrients, Hurricanes, & Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia.|
|Effects of Biological Phosphorus Removal on Plant Operations and Capacity at the Nine Springs WWTP.|
(2005 Radebaugh Award Winner)
2005 US Stockholm Junior Water Prize Finalist’s Paper
|The Use of Barley Straw to Control Algal and Macrophyte Growth on Wild Rice Lake Pre and Post-eutrophic Conditions.|
This five-year-study, which has extensively investigated the effect of barley straw on algae, was taken into the field for the second time in Wild Rice Lake a shallow, 2100-acre lake north of Duluth, Minnesota.
June 1, 2005 – Elizabeth Welsh, Minnesota.
2005 Winning Student Paper
|Bioremediation of Groundwater Contaminated With Agricultural Chemicals.|
This study was conducted to investigate the effectiveness of a biofilter for reducing, and maybe even eliminating contaminants in groundwater.
May 22, 2005 – Paul Davidson
10th Annual Education Seminar Proceedings
|Extreme Activated Sludge: What’s out there now?|
|Escherichia v. Fecal Coli White Paper.|
Escherichia coli and Fecal Coliform Populations in Disinfected Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent and Recommendations to DNR for a Monthly Geometric Mean Escherichia coli Limitation.
December 1, 2004
|Implementation and Operation of Illinois’ First Nitrifying Biological Aerated Filter.|
(2004 Radebaugh Award Winner)
2004 Winning Student Paper
|Beneficial Use of Biosolids: Strategies for Success and Acceptance|
(Presented at the 2004 Central States WEA Education Seminar)
|A Constant SRT Calculated From Liquid Flows Improves BNR Activated Sludge Performance(2002 Radebaugh Award Winner)|