WEFTEC16: The future is in your hands

Your organization wants to increase treatment capacity and performance — more clean water, more efficiently. Did you know that process intensification can help reduce energy usage and overall lifecycle costs while maximizing results and recovering valuable resources?

Intensification — doing more with less.

Join us at WEFTEC to hear more about this topic and a variety of others next week in New Orleans!


FEATURED PRESENTATIONS

Considerations for Implementing a New Effluent Source for
Orange County’s Groundwater Replenishment Program

Wendy Broley
Session 229, Monday, 4:00PM, Room 349

Controlling Organic Carbon Removal of a Highly-Loaded Activated
Sludge Process

Mark Miller
Session 202, Monday, 4:00PM, Room 253

Primary Clarifier Process Modeling: Successes and Challenges
Rion Merlo
Session 305, Tuesday, 8:30AM, Room 243


MORE PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS

Asset Management

Industrial Capacity Optimization: How to Get Back $10M
Matthew Gregg
Session 228, Monday, 4:30PM, Room 242


Collection Systems and Distribution

Improve Your Facilities Management Toolkit (Overview and Introduction)
Kyle Logue
Workshop W11, Saturday, 8:30AM, Room 339

Applied Modeling: Basics
Carlos Toro
Workshop W11, Saturday, 1:30PM, Room 339

Stretching Investigation Technologies to the Limit: A Condition Assessment Tale
Gary Skipper & Andrea Cole
Session 212, Monday, 1:30PM, Room 256

Doing It Right
Developing a Truly Comprehensive Sewer Assessment/Rehab Program
Mark Courtney
Session 312, Tuesday, 9:30AM, Room 256


Facility Operations and Maintenance

New Odor Control Technologies Now and on the Horizon
David McEwen
Workshop W07, Saturday, 11:30AM, Room 347

Portable Self-Priming Pumps: Introduction
Kenneth Schnaars
Workshop W28, Wednesday, 9:00AM, Exhibit Hall Booth 3301


Future Insights and Global Issues

Planning for Future Droughts – Lessons Learned at Water Resource Recovery Facilities
Linda Sawyer
Session 320, Tuesday, 11:00AM, Room 242


Industrial Issues and Treatment Technologies

Control and Optimization of Secondary Clarifiers
Everett Gill
Workshop W14, Sunday, 2:15PM & 3:30PM, Room 339

Breakout: Operational Parameters
Everett Gill
Workshop W14, Sunday, 2:30PM, Room 339

Managing Residuals: Biosolids, Oily Sludges and VOC Emissions
Jeffrey Pintenich
Workshop W14, Sunday, 4:00PM, Room 339


Management of Reject from a Pilot Ultrafilter Removing Trace Mercury from Petroleum Refinery Effluent
Veronica Loete
Session 302, Tuesday, 9:00AM, Room 345

Tertiary Filter Pilot Study for Mercury Removal from a Refinery Wastewater
Jeffrey Allen
Session 302, Tuesday, 11:30AM, Room 345


Environmental Impacts of Municipal Reclaimed Water Use for Industrial Cooling Towers
Russell Freda
Session 504, Wednesday, 11:00AM, Room 336


Municipal Wastewater Treatment Process and Design

Nitrogen Removal III: Impacts of Recycle Streams
Henryk Melcer
Workshop W02, Saturday, 10:30AM, Room 253

Development of a Mainstream Anaerobic Treatment Process Using a Hybrid UASB Micro Sieve System
Jose Jimenez
Session 206, Monday, 1:30PM, Room 339

Primary Clarifier Process Modeling: Successes and Challenges
Rion Merlo
Session 305, Tuesday, 8:30AM, Room 243

Substrate Selection and EPS in High-Rate Systems
Jose Jimenez
Session 404, Tuesday, 1:50PM, Room 339


Research and Innovation

Process Intensification of a Long SRT BNR Plant via Carbon Redirection and Carbon Efficient Nitrogen Removal
Pusker Regmi
Session 202, Monday, 2:00PM, Room 253

There’s More to Chemical Precipitation for Phosphorus Removal than Meets the Eye (Alternate)
Henryk Melcer
Session 203, Monday, 2:30PM, Room 242

Controlling Organic Carbon Removal of a Highly-Loaded Activated Sludge Process
Mark Miller
Session 202, Monday, 4:00PM, Room 253

Model-Based Investigation of a Two-Step Mainstream Deammonification Process and Operational Strategies for a Low Influent C/N Ratio (Alternate)
Pusker Regmi
Session 501, Wednesday, 11:30AM, Room 355

Wastewater Methanol Use: A Surprisingly Significant Scope-1 Emission Source
John Willis
Session 600, Wednesday, 1:30PM, Room 355

DC Water’s Sewer-Methane Carbon Footprint
John Willis
Session 600, Wednesday, 2:30PM, Room 355


Residuals and Biosolids Management

How an Overly-Conservative Biosolids Master Plan Can Make You Fat
John Willis
Workshop W09, Saturday, 9:10AM, Room 352

High Performance Anaerobic Digestion (HPAD) Fundamentals and Decision Criteria
John Willis
Workshop W22, Sunday, 8:50AM, Room 353


Are Your Digesters Burping, Frothing, or Otherwise Not Behaving? A "New” Understanding of What’s Actually Going On Inside Could Help
John Willis
Session 209, Monday, 2:00PM, Room 354

Lab-Scale Thermophilic Startup Influencing Full-Scale Startup
Tracy Chouinard
Session 209, Monday, 4:00PM, Room 354


48 Ways to Fuel Your Cogen: Generator Fuel Flexibility at the Miami-Dade South District WWTP
Ted Hull
Session 225, Monday, 4:30PM, Room 243

CHP System Basics and Failure Modes
Nancy Andrews & Jim Schettler
Workshop W29, Wednesday, 8:35AM, Room 339


Stormwater Management

The WEF Stormwater Compendium: The Year in Review
Caroline Burger
Session 216, Monday, 1:30PM, Room 344


Utility Management and Leadership

Piloting Procurement Approaches for a $1 Billion Sewer Rehab Program
Richard Stahr
Session 518, Wednesday, 9:00AM, Room 352

Oakley Station CSO 551 & 553 Separation Sewer – A Case Study in Solution Optimization, Collaboration and Risk Sharing (Round Table)
Steve Gates
Session 523, Wednesday, 11:30AM, Room 352


Water Reclamation and Reuse

Considerations for Implementing a New Effluent Source for Orange County’s Groundwater Replenishment Program
Wendy Broley
Session 229, Monday, 4:00PM, Room 349

Building a Framework for Potable Reuse Operator Training and Certification in California
Wendy Broley
Session 519, Wednesday, 11:30AM, Room 253


Watershed Resources Management and Sustainability

PCBs: The Next Frontier In Microconstituent Regulation – Who Should Be Concerned and Why
Lynn Williams
Session 417, Tuesday, 3:45PM, Room 349

Stream Restoration and Watershed Improvement on a County-Owned Golf Course
Laurie Hawks
Session 515, Wednesday, 10:30AM, Room 245


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