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Description: Access Water Introduction (mp4 90 second version)
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The shorter version of the Access Water introductory video.
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Posted by Adam Phillips
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90 second version of the Access Water introduction that is hosted on Youtube.
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Description: Book cover
A groundwater study revealed significant amounts of “gray water” and sewage going untreated, contaminating groundwater and local waterways in and around Hooper, Utah. In order to comply with the EPA's Storm Water Management Program and to protect the natural resources and health of the community, the City acted to significantly reduce the contamination of groundwater, waterways and the...
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SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 9: Collection System Basics: What You Need to Know
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2008
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20080101)2008:17L.718;1-
DOI10.2175/193864708790893215
Volume / Issue2008 / 17
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)718 - 729
Word count318
Description: Book cover
Past studies have proposed rehabilitation to be very effective to completely ineffective in removing I/I. The Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District in California have recently completed a pilot rehabilitation program, which included rehabilitation and replacement of sewer mains, laterals, and manholes, to comprehensively evaluate the effectiveness of collection system rehabilitation for...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 69: Operations and Maintenance
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2004
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20040101)2004:10L.715;1-
DOI10.2175/193864704784131725
Volume / Issue2004 / 10
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)715 - 718
Word count282
Description: Book cover
The three-dimensional oxygen distribution in wastewater biofilms was evaluated using combined oxygen microelectrodes and an automation system. The biofilms were sampled from the rotating biological contactors of a well-operated municipal wastewater treatment plant. The samples studied were mature biofilms with thickness of 630 μm to 1600 μm. The three-dimensional oxygen distribution maps...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 40 Research: Oxygen Transfer
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2003
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20030101)2003:9L.701;1-
DOI10.2175/193864703784639390
Volume / Issue2003 / 9
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)701 - 718
Word count380
Description: Book cover
The traditional process for enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) in wastewater treatment involves an anaerobic zone followed by an aerobic zone. Although there is no strict anaerobic zone in aerated-anoxic Orbal™ processes, phosphorus removal in excess of that required for cell growth does occur. The microbial ecology of polyphosphate accumulating organisms (PAO) in two full-scale...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 20 - Research Symposium: Molecular Techniques
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2001
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20010101)2001:15L.718;1-
DOI10.2175/193864701790902725
Volume / Issue2001 / 15
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)718 - 731
Word count332
Description: Book cover
As California's population has mushroomed in the past decade, so has its generation of wastewater treatment byproducts, including sewage sludge. With increased regulation of traditional disposal methods, the major urban areas of the state have increased their dependence on land application and reuse of this material as biosolids. The majority of this reuse is occurring on agricultural lands in...
SourceProceedings of the Water Environment Federation
SubjectSession 70 - Residuals and Biosolids Management Symposium: California Local Issues - Biosolids and Innovative Planning and Process Design Applications
Document typeConference Paper
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Print publication date Jan, 2000
ISSN1938-6478
SICI1938-6478(20000101)2000:8L.710;1-
DOI10.2175/193864700784546639
Volume / Issue2000 / 8
Content sourceWEFTEC
First / last page(s)710 - 718
Word count449