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The City of Roseville (City) is developing an Energy Recovery project to collect and digest food waste, or pre-processed source-separated organics (SSO) and fats, oil, and grease (FOG) at the Pleasant Grove Wastewater Treatment Plant (PGWWTP). The additional gas production from high strength waste (HSW), FOG and SSO will help drive a new digester gas (DG) upgrading project aimed at delivering...
Author(s):
Alison Nojima; Adam Ross; Ken Glotzbach; Todd Jordan; George Hanson
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectBeneficial use of biogas – planning
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2018
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20180101)2018:4L.983;1-
DOI10.2175/193864718824829163
Volume / Issue2018 / 4
First / last page(s)983 - 1001
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Johnson County Wastewater, Overland Park, Kansas, is expanding its solids processing facilities at the 14.5 million gallon per day (mgd) Douglas L. Smith Middle Basin Wastewater Treatment Plant (Middle Basin WWTP) to match a recent expansion of its liquid stream capacity, accept additional trucked in sludges from other wastewater treatment plants, and provide a readily accessible disposal site for...
Author(s):
Dale Gabel; Doug Nolkemper; Susan Pekarek; Katie Chamberlain
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 103: Solids to Energy
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2010
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20100101)2010:8L.7453;1-
DOI10.2175/193864710798207710
Volume / Issue2010 / 8
First / last page(s)7453 - 7462
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Across the country serious efforts are underway to protect sensitive waterways and to implement sustainable water management plans. The strategies and related policies include discussions about wastewater reuse and the promulgation of increasingly stringent nutrient limits (nitrogen and phosphorus) for wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). As stakeholders struggle with the cost and benefit of...
Author(s):
Chintan Parikh; Hiren Trivedi; Dennis Livingston
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 59: Biological Nutrient Removal
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2011
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20110101)2011:13L.3629;1-
DOI10.2175/193864711802721901
Volume / Issue2011 / 13
First / last page(s)3629 - 3655
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Wastewater utilities and regulators both face challenges in setting and meeting low nutrient effluent NPDES discharge limits. Both also benefit from an improved understanding of the practical capabilities of advanced wastewater treatment technology. A new Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) report published in September 2010, Nutrient Management: Regulatory Approaches to Protect Water...
Author(s):
David L. Clark; Michael Kasch; JB Neethling; Amit Pramanik
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 43: Nutrients: A Numbers Game
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2011
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20110101)2011:14L.2585;1-
DOI10.2175/193864711802721334
Volume / Issue2011 / 14
First / last page(s)2585 - 2604