2013 WEFTEC Presentations and Workshops
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(NEW YORK, NY – September 6, 2013) – Hazen and Sawyer engineers and scientists will conduct more than 20 presentations and workshops at the 2013 WEFTEC Conference.
The conference, being held October 5-9 in Chicago, IL, is the largest conference of its kind in North America and offers water quality professionals from around the world with the best water quality education and training available today. Also recognized as the largest annual water quality exhibition in the world, the expansive show floor provides unparalleled access to the most cutting-edge technologies in the field; serves as a forum for domestic and international business opportunities; and promotes invaluable peer-to-peer networking between its more than 17,000 attendees.
Hazen and Sawyer workshops and presentations will include:
Development of Operational Tools for City-Wide Implementation of BNR in New York City
Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Glycerin Based on Experiences at Five Full-Scale BNR Plants
Implications of Glycerol Addition on Nitrogen Removal Mechanisms
Taking NYC’s LTCP Modeling to the Next Level – A Unique Approach to Recalibrating 13 InfoWorks Sewer System Models
Nutrient Recovery – Unveiling A New Hands-On Decision Making Tool
How Much Does Trace Organic Contaminant Removal Cost in Water Reclamation?
Operation of Advanced Instrumentation to Support Enhanced Nutrient Removal
Activated Sludge and BNR Process Control – Hands-On In the Real World
Poster – The Price is Right – Zero and Low Cost Energy Savings Opportunities From Demand Management
Low Velocities in Force Mains – Impacts and Solutions
BNR/ENR Model Calibration Experience Indicates Deviations in Key Modeling Parameters and Lessons Learned
Use of Free Ammonia Levels and Dissolved Oxygen Setpoints for Process Control of a Sidestream Deammonification Sequential Batch Reactor
A Standardized Protocol for Assessing the Biodegradability of Trace Organic Contaminants During Wastewater Treatment
Wet Weather BNR Operations in New York City
Sometimes Average is not Good Enough – Understanding the Impact of Variability on Energy Recovery from Digester Gas
Bentonite Addition: A Viable Option for Ballasted Settling
Here Comes the Rain Again – BioACTIFLO Pilot Plant Case Study Sampling, Testing, and Operation – City of Akron, Ohio
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
Chesapeake Bay TMDL Phase II Watershed Improvement Plan BMP Strategy Analysis for the City of Richmond, Virginia
Micro Pipe Bursting
Wet Weather Practices – Treatment Systems and Tools
Additionally, Hazen and Sawyer representatives will be moderating sessions on topics including Nutrient Removal Technologies, Phosphorus Availability and Recovery, Operator Ingenuity, Stormwater Financial Strategies, Integrated Watershed Planning, Watershed Management, Water Quality Monitoring, International Sustainability, and Bacteria TMDLs and Source Tracking.