2013 AWWA Virginia Water JAM Presentations

(VIRGINIA BEACH, VA) – Hazen and Sawyer engineers and scientists will present more than 20 sessions at the 2013 Virginia WaterJAM Conference to be held September 8-12, 2013 in Richmond, VA.

Hazen and Sawyer presentations include:

Uranium Mining and Drinking Water Supplies

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Glycerin Based on Experiences at Five Full-Scale BNR Plants

Co-Fermentation of Primary Sludge and Grease Trap Waste for VFA Production

How Much Does Trace Organic Contaminant Removal Cost in Water Reclamation?

Assessing Extractive Nutrient Recovery as a Viable Nutrient Control Alternative

Evaluating the Impact of Cold Weather Events on Biological Nutrient Removal in Wastewater Treatment Facilities

Reducing Effluent Total Nitrogen Below 2.5 mg/L Using Conventional Nutrient Removal Strategies

Zero and Low Cost Energy Savings Opportunities From Demand Management

Sometimes Average is not Good Enough – Understanding the Impact of Variability on Energy Recovery from Digester Gas

A Multi-Faceted Approach to Odor Control for a 28.5-Mile Long Force Main

How to Plan, Design, and Construct a 30 MGD Water Booster Station in only 14 Months

Surge Modeling Improves Water Service and Eliminates Pressure Fluctuations

Bromide – An Unsuspected Culprit – Assessing Impacts on Stage 2 DBPR Compliance

The State of Numeric Nutrient Criteria in the State of Florida

Water Supply Planning and Management to Improve Drought Reliability

A Framework for Real-Time Process Control

An Innovative Design for Residuals Collection Improves Settled Water Quality

Optimizing Distribution System Operation Control to Improve Water Quality

Assessing the Biodegradability of Trace Organic Contaminants during Wastewater Treatment

Retrofitting Existing WTPs with UV Disinfection for Microbial and DBP Rules Compliance

Maximizing Public Health Benefits from Tank Aeration/Mixing

Implications on Using Glycerol as Supplemental Carbon Source for BNR

Using Bench Scale Tests to Determine the Feasibility of AOP for Taste and Odor

Since our founding in 1951, Hazen and Sawyer has focused on two things: providing safe drinking water and controlling water pollution. Our range of services encompasses the planning, design, and construction management of water and wastewater-related projects – from clean water treatment, storage, and distribution to wastewater and stormwater collection, treatment, and reuse.

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