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The 84.2 mgd Metropolitan Syracuse Wastewater Treatment Plant (Metro) has recently undergone a major upgrade to provide advanced ammonia-nitrogen and phosphorus removal. Seasonal limits for ammonia are 1.2 mg/L NH3 summer and 2.4 mg/L NH3 winter, and the limit for phosphorus is a 12-month rolling average of 0.12 mg/L. Biological aerated filters (BAFs) by Krüger were added for ammonia removal...
Author(s):
Nicholas G. Hatala; Gerald C. Hook; Randy R. Ott
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 9: Innovative Dewatering I
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2008
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20080101)2008:3L.508;1-
DOI10.2175/193864708788806764
Volume / Issue2008 3
First / last page(s)508 517
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This paper will share many important lessons learned by the Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) as a result of a drinking water emergency. In February 2017, OWASA experienced an unplanned shutdown of its Jones Ferry Road Water Treatment Plant, followed 19 hours later by a major water main break. A Do Not Use, Do Not Drink directive was in place for about 26 hours for OWASA customers in the...
Author(s):
Ed Kerwin
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectCustomer Communication and Improvements
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2018
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20180101)2018:1L.377;1-
DOI10.2175/193864718823773247
Volume / Issue2018 1
First / last page(s)377 389
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Document typeMagazine Article
Print publication date Apr, 2019
Volume / Issue
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Historically, California has been in the forefront of resource recovery and renewable energy generation at Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRFs), which can be attributed to several factors including conducive weather conditions, high utility rates, strict air quality regulations, and generous Federal and State grants and incentives. However, in recent years, due to constantly changing and...
Author(s):
Vamsi K Seeta; Min Kang Hsieh; Jim Ross
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
Subject508 FUNdamentals of Digester Gas-to-Energy Systems
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2018
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20180101)2018:10L.4128;1-
DOI10.2175/193864718825136189
Volume / Issue2018 10
First / last page(s)4128 4139