CWEA Members Speaking at WEFTEC 2018, New Orleans

Be sure to catch your friends and co-workers presenting at WEFTEC.  These are just a few of the great California speakers and presentations. Be sure to check the WEFTEC app for more details.

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California Speakers at WEFTEC

Room Session Title Presentation Title First Name Last Name Company
Saturday
Room 245 W06 Biogas to CNG Vehicle Fuel and Pipeline Kenneth Klittich Brown and Caldwell
Room 245 W06 Biogas to CNG Vehicle Fuel and Pipeline Biogas Upgrading Goals and Technologies Kenneth Klittich Brown and Caldwell
Room 345 W09 Infiltration and Inflow Modeling for Collection System Utilities Wet Weather Collection System Modeling Made Big: The L.A. Story Fernando Gonzalez City of Los Angeles Sanitation
Room 256 W05 Using Online Analyzers to Meet Stringent Nutrient Limits Charles Aycock City of Roseville
Room 256 W05 Using Online Analyzers to Meet Stringent Nutrient Limits Welcome and Introduction – Introduction to MOP-21 Charles Aycock City of Roseville
Room 256 W05 Using Online Analyzers to Meet Stringent Nutrient Limits Cost of Ownership Charles Aycock City of Roseville
Room 245 W06 Biogas to CNG Vehicle Fuel and Pipeline CNG Vehicle Fuel and Cogeneration at the Pleasant Grove WWTP Todd Jordan City of Roseville
Room 357 W04 Wastewater Microbiology David Jenkins david Jenkins & associates
Room 245 W06 Biogas to CNG Vehicle Fuel and Pipeline CNG Compression and Fueling Reb Guthrie Fuel Solutions,
Room 239 W11 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
Room 239 W11 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future Introduction to the Team and Topic Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
Room 239 W11 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future Breakout Group Topics With Interactive Worksheets: Understanding the Importance of Membrane Integrity Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
Room 239 W11 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future Onsite Membrane Demonstration Craig Bartels Hydranautics
Room 343 W03 WEF/WRF Technological Advancement and Science of Carbon Redirection and Management in Water Resource and Recovery Facilities Physical Processes for Carbon Redirection (Primary Clarifiers, Filters, and Micro-Screens) Onder Caliskaner Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Room 239 W11 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future The Facts From Operating a Membrane Facility for Decades: OCWD, Water Factory 21, and Groundwater Replenishment System Michael Markus Orange County Water District
Room 245 W06 Biogas to CNG Vehicle Fuel and Pipeline Karri Ving San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Room 245 W06 Biogas to CNG Vehicle Fuel and Pipeline Introductions and Solicitation of Attendees’ Desired Learning Objectives Karri Ving San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Room 239 W11 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future Breakout Group Topics With Interactive Worksheets: The Facts Regarding Membranes as a Barrier for Pathogens: Successes and Limitations Yoram Cohen UCLA
Room 343 W03 WEF/WRF Technological Advancement and Science of Carbon Redirection and Management in Water Resource and Recovery Facilities Summary of Findings from WRF Project on Carbon Redirection and Harvest Diego Rosso University of California, Irvine
Room 343 W03 WEF/WRF Technological Advancement and Science of Carbon Redirection and Management in Water Resource and Recovery Facilities Summary of Findings from WRF Project on Carbon Redirection and Harvest Manel Garrido Baserba University of California, Irvine
Sunday
Room 253 W22 WEF/WRF Building Resiliency and Reliability in Water Supplies: Why and How Should We Consider Some Planned Potable Reuse Ufuk Erdal AECOM
Room 253 W22 WEF/WRF Building Resiliency and Reliability in Water Supplies: Why and How Should We Consider Some Planned Potable Reuse Water Research Foundation’s Potable Reuse Program Ufuk Erdal AECOM
Room 253 W22 WEF/WRF Building Resiliency and Reliability in Water Supplies: Why and How Should We Consider Some Planned Potable Reuse Disinfection and Advanced Oxidation Andrew Salveson Carollo Engineers
Room 343 W23 reasing Resource Recovery Through Concentrate Treatment Graham Juby Carollo Engineers
Room 343 W23 reasing Resource Recovery Through Concentrate Treatment reasing Resource Recovery Through Concentrate Treatment Graham Juby Carollo Engineers
Room 343 W23 reasing Resource Recovery Through Concentrate Treatment Concentrate Treatment Jeopardy Andrew Salveson Carollo Engineers
Room 357 W17 Wastewater Microbiology David Jenkins david Jenkins & associates
Room 352 W21 Managing Uncertainty: Program Management Concepts for Inflow/Infiltration Management Case Study #2: East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) Christopher Dinsmore EBMUD
Room 244 W16 Finding Your Path to Resource Recovery Overview of Current, Next-to-Market, and Next Generation Resource Recovery Technologies Cristina Ahmadpour Isle Utilities
Room 343 W23 reasing Resource Recovery Through Concentrate Treatment Case Study: Chino II Concentrate Reduction Facility (near ZLD) Benjamin Armel JCSD
Room 344 W24 Water Quality Modeling 101 With HEC-RAS Zhonglong Zhang LimnoTech/ERDC-EL
Room 344 W24 Water Quality Modeling 101 With HEC-RAS Water Quality Modeling 101 With HEC-RAS Workshop Zhonglong Zhang LimnoTech/ERDC-EL
Room 239 W18 Advanced Workshop in Design, Startup and Optimization of Vapor Phase Odor Control Technologies Start-up, Testing, Monitoring, and Optimization of Chemical Scrubbers May Kyi Orange County Sanitation Dist
Room 253 W22 WEF/WRF Building Resiliency and Reliability in Water Supplies: Why and How Should We Consider Some Planned Potable Reuse Reuse at OCSD and OCWD Christopher Stacklin Orange County Sanitation District
Room 253 W22 WEF/WRF Building Resiliency and Reliability in Water Supplies: Why and How Should We Consider Some Planned Potable Reuse Dipankar Sen Virginia Tech, Santa Clara Valley Water District
Room 253 W22 WEF/WRF Building Resiliency and Reliability in Water Supplies: Why and How Should We Consider Some Planned Potable Reuse Water Research Foundation’s Potable Reuse Program Dipankar Sen Virginia Tech, Santa Clara Valley Water District
Monday
Room 347 216 Project Delivery: Soup to Nuts Melissa Pomales Arcadis US,
Room 352 217 Roadmap to Sustainable Wastewater Management for Small Communities Implementing an SRF-Based Community Loan Fund Program for Decentralized Wastewater Systems in Waitsfield, Vermont Juli Beth Hinds Birchline Planning
Booth 7613, Hall I 228 Mobile Session: Improving the Performance of Odor & Corrosion Control Systems Shirley Edmondson Black & Veatch
Room 256 206 Unlocking the Mysteries of Microbial Ecology of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) Towards Better Understanding of EBPR Systems via Linking Raman Based Phenotypic Profiling With Phylogenetic Diversity Yueyun Li Black and Veatch
Room 355 203 To Sieve or Not To Sieve: That Is the Primary (Treatment) Question Primary Clarifier Process Modeling: Results From Full-scale Stress Testing and an Overview of Successes and Challenges Seppi Henneman Brown and Caldwell
Room 350 207 Evaluating Energy Use and Management Alternatives for Operational Efficiency at WRRFs Coenraad Pretorius CDM Smith
Room 350 222 Wastewater Carbon Management Strategies for Energy Optimization Coenraad Pretorius CDM Smith
Room 243 211 Collection Systems Sewer Condition Assessment, Rehabilitation, and Construction Normandie Sewer Replacement/Rehabilitation Project: Rehabilitation of Ailing Sewers in the City of Los Angeles Celso Perez City of Los Angeles
Room 356 208 Improved Digester Operations and Performance by Sludge Pretreatment Reducing Nocardia Foaming Potential With Hydrodynamic Cavitation David Graham East Bay Municipal Utility District
Room 345 215 The Big Picture: Integrated Watershed Planning One Water LA 2040 Plan: Integrating Major Stormwater Efforts Creates Opportunities Eliza Whitman EW Consulting,
Booth 3129, Hall E 110 Exclusive Access to Water Start-Ups: Guided Tour of the Innovation Pavilion Thomas Ferguson Imagine H2O
Booth 3129, Hall E 235 The CROC Tank: Imagine H2O Water Start-Ups Pitch to Our Experts Thomas Ferguson Imagine H2O
Booth 3129, Hall E 113 Then and Now: Lessons Learned From Unexpected Natural Disasters and the Role of Innovation to Becoming a Resilient Utility Cristina Ahmadpour Isle Utilities
Room 355 203 To Sieve or Not To Sieve: That Is the Primary (Treatment) Question Full Scale and Demonstration Scale Primary Filtration Projects Show Great Promise Onder Caliskaner Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Booth 4609, Hall F 227 Mobile Session: Ozone’s Multiple Benefits in Water Reuse Jim Jackson Mazzei Injector Corp
Room 243 211 Collection Systems Sewer Condition Assessment, Rehabilitation, and Construction Trenchless Technologies Conquer Design, Planning, and Construction Challenges on a Washington, D.C. Area Conveyance Project Trenton Cohen Mott MacDonald
Room 356 208 Improved Digester Operations and Performance by Sludge Pretreatment Alexandre Miot San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Room 350 207 Evaluating Energy Use and Management Alternatives for Operational Efficiency at WRRFs Advanced Data Management for Energy and Operational Efficiency at Water and Wastewater Utilities Carla Cherchi Stantec
Room 342 213 Staying in the Black and Out of the Red:  Applying Asset Management Methods to Stormwater Systems A New Way of Stormwater Management: Applying Asset Management to a Stormwater Program Ed Othmer Stantec
Room 336 224 Late-Breaking Research: Innovation in Integrated Water Management Treatment Technologies The Impact of Brine on Primary Settling of Wastewater Michael Adelman Stantec
Room 350 207 Evaluating Energy Use and Management Alternatives for Operational Efficiency at WRRFs Advanced Data Management for Energy and Operational Efficiency at Water and Wastewater Utilities Mohammad Badruzzaman Stantec Consulting Services
Room 347 216 Project Delivery: Soup to Nuts The End is in Sight: Lessons Learned From WRD’s $110M AWPF Alternative Delivery Project at the Construction Mid-Point Ken Ortega The Water Replenishment District of Southern California
Room 349 220 Manufacturers’ Innovative Technology Forum: Wastewater Treatment Advances – From Start to Finish Novel EPP Media Makes Primary Biofiltration Possible for Primary Treatment Applications at Scales up to 198 MGD, Reducing Footprints by 80% Jon Liberzon Tomorrow Water (BKT)
Booth 4609, Hall F 229 Mobile Session: Membranes How Membrane Technologies Are Responding To Market Needs Martin You Toray Membrane USA,
Booth 4609, Hall F 227 Mobile Session: Ozone’s Multiple Benefits in Water Reuse Keel Robinson Trussell Technologies
Booth 4609, Hall F 105 Mobile Session: Aeration Diffusers Michael Stenstrom University of California Los Angeles
Room 356 208 Improved Digester Operations and Performance by Sludge Pretreatment Pretreatment of Swine Manure for Downstream Polyhydroxyalkanoate Production Ryan Yamamoto University of California, Davis
Booth 4609, Hall F 105 Mobile Session: Aeration Diffusers Diego Rosso University of California, Irvine
Room 355 203 To Sieve or Not To Sieve: That Is the Primary (Treatment) Question Analysis of Activated Sludge Aeration Systems Following Primary Filtration With Microsieves Federico Pasini University of California, Irvine
Room 253 205 Knowledge Development Forum: Optimizing Your Aeration Control Strategy Diego Rosso University of California, Irvine
Tuesday
Room 244 304 Commercial Status of Microbial Electro-Chemical Wastewater Treatment Bioelectrochemical Sanitation Technology (BEST) for Onsite Treatment of High-Strength Waste Streams Orianna Bretschger Aquacycl
Room 256 418 Linear Asset Inspection Programs and Risk-Based Asset Management: Practical Strategies Streamlining Your PACP Inspection Data Using a Risk-Based Approach Katterinne Overcash ARCADIS
Room 256 418 Linear Asset Inspection Programs and Risk-Based Asset Management: Practical Strategies Streamlining Your PACP Inspection Data Using a Risk-Based Approach Richard Farr ARCADIS
Room 336 328 Intelligent Water Technology Control Strategies for Potable Reuse Attention! Instrumentation, Process Controls, and Algorithms To Manage Supply Water Quality Risks in Potable Reuse Treatment Sandeep Sathyamoorthy Black & Veatch
Room 343 310 Beneficial Use of Biosolids Products Tracy Stigers Brown and Caldwell
Room 343 324 The Resource Recovery Playing Field: Product and Energy Recovery From Wastewater Solids Tracy Stigers Brown and Caldwell
Room 342 426 StormwaterX:  Leading-Edge Innovations in Applied Stormwater Management From Channel to Tap: Stormwater as a Source for Reuse Lisa Skutecki Brown and Caldwell
Room 354 317 Demonstrating Success and Addressing Challenges in Small Systems Designing a Helping Hand for Arcata Natural System, City of Arcata Wastewater Treatment Facility Douglas Wing Carollo Engineers
Room 353 319 Spotlight on Treatment for Potable Reuse: Part I Graham Juby Carollo Engineers
Room 336 328 Intelligent Water Technology Control Strategies for Potable Reuse Enhanced Wastewater Source Control:  Proactive and Real-Time Monitoring Helps Enforcement and Improves Water Quality Penny Carlo Carollo Engineers
Room 355 402 Landfill Leachate and Gas Condensate Management Using Biological, Physical, and Chemical Treatment Options Landfill Gas Condensate Treatment Options To Eliminate Odor Issues and To Use Water for Dust Control Christian Tasser Carollo Engineers
Room 336 412 Disinfecton: New and Novel Novel Oxidants and Dosing/Control Methods for Wastewater Effluent Disinfection Andrew Salveson Carollo Engineers
Room 349 429 Tell It Like It Is: Real Life Studies of Reuse Tertiary Reuse Site Retrofits: Cost Saving Ideas Helped To Solve Initial Problematic Installation Conditions Kristel Kranz Carollo Engineers,
Room 244 424 Digestion: Let Me Upgrade You Digester Mixing: How Much Does the Biogas Contribute? Coenraad Pretorius CDM Smith
Room 242 306 Secondary Operations and Testing Techniques Pilots Can Be More Than Just Blowing Hot Air: One Pilot That Could Save Millions Nitin Goel Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
Room 339 400 Interactive Knowledge Exchange: Public Outreach Adventures With Toot: The Lab Joe Zumbo Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
Room 343 415 Green Giants: Case Studies of Successful Green Infrastructure Projects Cleaning Up Machado Lake: Coastal Wetland Revival in Los Angeles Katherine Doherty City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering
Room 354 408 Stink, Crumble, and Burp: Modeling and Mitigating Sewer Odors and Corrosion Biotrickling Filter: Evolution to City of Los Angeles’ Preferred Odor Treatment Technology Amy So City of Los Angeles/Engineering
Room 354 408 Stink, Crumble, and Burp: Modeling and Mitigating Sewer Odors and Corrosion Biotrickling Filter: Evolution to City of Los Angeles’ Preferred Odor Treatment Technology Michael Sarullo, P.E., ENV SP City of Los Angeles/Engineering
Room 342 326 Take it to the Limit: Modeling and Design Approaches to TMDL Compliance Risk Based Model for Evaluating and Mitigating Pollutants of Concern, and Total Maximum Daily Load to Stormwater Using Best Management Practices Thomas Slair City of Modesto
Room 339 400 Interactive Knowledge Exchange: Public Outreach Internships for the Future Cori Burnett City of San Luis Obispo
Room 342 416 Practical Tools for Improving Stormwater System Maintenance Outcomes Approving Projects With Maintenance in Mind: Programmatic Approaches to Ensuring Long Term Performance of Post-Construction Stormwater BMPs Vaikko Allen CONTECH Enginered Solutions,
Booth 1737, Hall C 345 Monitoring Rainwater at Multiple Fine Chemical Plants in Anhui Prove, China Monitoring Rainwater at Multiple Fine Chemical Plants in Anhui Prove, China Peter Debarber Delta-Phase Electronics,
Room 336 412 Disinfecton: New and Novel East Bay Municipal Utility District’s Alternative Disinfectant Investigation To Eliminate Dechlorination Justin Shih East Bay Municipal Utility District
Room 357 318 Setting the Course To Become a Smart Utility Through Effective Information Management The Echowater Project: Leveraging Technology To Enhance Project Delivery Ron Perkins HDR
Room 243 323 Down to the Nitty Gritty: New Frontiers in Grit Characterization for Design An Innovative and Simple Approach to Grit Evaluation: New Settling Velocity Test Replaces Sieve Analysis Hany Gerges HDR
Booth 3129, Hall E 440 Controversial Questions: Three Water Luminaries Take On Some of the Biggest and Most Controversial Questions Facing the Industry Today Thomas Ferguson Imagine H2O
Room 339 400 Interactive Knowledge Exchange: Public Outreach Keep It Flowing: Insight Into the Work of a Sewer Collections Crew Chander Letulle Inland Empire Utilities Agency
Room 347 404 FUNdamentals: Secondary School on Nutrient Removal Evaluation of the Primary Filtration Process at the Lancaster Water Reclamation Plant Bruce Mansell LA County Sanitation District
Room 336 328 Intelligent Water Technology Control Strategies for Potable Reuse Direct Potable Reuse: NDMA Control Strategies Roshanak Aflaki LA Sanitation
Room 349 419 Aquifer Recharge: Creating Resiliency in Groundwater Los Angeles’ Transition From Non-Potable Reuse to Potable Reuse Through Ozone, Biological Activated Carbon, and Soil Aquifer Treatment Roshanak Aflaki LA Sanitation
Room 343 310 Beneficial Use of Biosolids Products Lessons Learned From California Regulation, Legislation, and Litigation on Biosolids and Organic Residuals James Colston Orange County Sanitation Dist
Room 339 400 Interactive Knowledge Exchange: Public Outreach So it Used to Be Water: #GetOverIt! Eleanor Torres Orange County Water District
Booth 3129, Hall E 341 LIFT for Management Z Vitasovic Reid Crowther Consulting
Room 352 422 Microplastics in the Environment Myth vs. Fact: Microplastics in Wastewater and Potential Policy Implications Shelly Walther Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
Room 349 429 Tell It Like It Is: Real Life Studies of Reuse SMWD Advanced Purified Water Facility Treats Recycled Water To Fill Lake Mission Viejo Patricia Butler Santa Margarita Water District
Room 357 401 Innovative Biological Treatment of Brewery and Beverage Wastewaters for Water and Energy Resource Recovery Breweries in Your Backyard: A Water and Wastewater Partnership Brandon Smith Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Room 339 400 Interactive Knowledge Exchange: Public Outreach A Tale as Old as Time Sonja Wassgren Morgan South Coast Water District
Room 353 319 Spotlight on Treatment for Potable Reuse: Part I Carla Cherchi Stantec
Room 350 421 Powerless? Black Sky Resilience Battery Energy Storage Systems for Water and Wastewater Utilities Carla Cherchi Stantec
Room 353 319 Spotlight on Treatment for Potable Reuse: Part I Ozone-Biofiltration Design and Operational Considerations for Potable Reuse Projects Vijay Sundaram Stantec Consulting Services
Room 349 316 Outreach: Connecting With Your Community Building Support for Water Reuse: Engaging the Community During the Design and Construction of a $110M AWPF Pete Brown The Water Replenishment District of Southern California
Room 356 403 Process Modeling for Industrial Wastewater System Design and Optimization Innovative Design of an Integrated Membrane System To Treat Brewery Wastewater for Reuse Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Energy Recovery Devices (ERD) JOSE LUNA TORAY MEMBRANE USA
Room 336 425 Battle of the Indicators: Implications and Risk Improving DPR Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessments Using Extensive New Pathogen Monitoring Datasets Brian Pecson Trussell Technologies
Room 353 319 Spotlight on Treatment for Potable Reuse: Part I O3/BAC versus Chloramines: Innovative Pretreatment to Membranes and Enhanced Energy Efficiency of Potable Reuse Treatment Train Aleksey Pisarenko Trussell Technologies,
Room 242 306 Secondary Operations and Testing Techniques Using Off-Gas Analysis To Quantify Load Imbalances in Nominally Identical Parallel Activated Sludge Trains Samuel Reifsnyder University of California Irvine
Room 344 406 Experiencias en la Implementación de Remoción de Nutrientes y la Neutralidad Energética Diego Rosso University of California, Irvine
Room 344 406 Experiencias en la Implementación de Remoción de Nutrientes y la Neutralidad Energética Optimización Energética en Sistemas de Lodos Activados: Caso de Aireación – Pruebas de Campo en Transferencia de Oxígeno, Diseño de Tanques y Selección de Equipamiento para Optimizar Consumo de Energía Eléctrica Diego Rosso University of California, Irvine
Room 245 423 Are You Getting the Most Value From Your Sensors: Sensor Performance Evaluation Strategies Field Evaluation of ISE-Ammonium Sensors and Their Influencing Factors in WRRFs Francesca Cecconi University of California, Irvine
Room 349 419 Aquifer Recharge: Creating Resiliency in Groundwater Bahman Sheikh Water Reuse Conslting
Room 349 429 Tell It Like It Is: Real Life Studies of Reuse Bahman Sheikh Water Reuse Conslting
Room 239 420 Disaster Recovery and Response: Hurricane Harvey and Other Disastrous Events City of Houston Emergency Wastewater Response to Hurricane Harvey Peter Brooks WaterTalent,
Room 355 303 Food Production Industry’s Unique Wastewater Challenges: Solved! Chibby Alloway Woodard and Curran
Room 349 316 Outreach: Connecting With Your Community The Community Tool Box Megan Yoo Schneider
Booth 3129, Hall E 341 LIFT for Management Lewis Harrison
Wednesday
Room 356 501 Biological Treatment of Industrial Wastewater Optimization of External Carbon Addition for Biological Selenium Removal From Agricultural Drainage Water Ryujiro Tsuchihashi AECOM
Room 347 515 Project Delivery: Herding Cats Melissa Pomales Arcadis US,
Room 353 518 What’s Next? Let’s Go Big With Water Reuse Planning Delivering Recycled Water to Los Angeles International Airport Tony Kirby Arup
Room 342 512 Come Hell and High Water: Building Resilient, Multi-Purpose Stormwater Infrastructure Juli Beth Hinds Birchline Planning
Room 354 505 Vertical Asset Management Implementation Cutting Costs and Reducing Risk: How Roseville Broke From Tradition To Address Aging Infrastructure Michael Harrison Brown & Caldwell
Room 350 609 Upgrading of Digester Gas to Maximize Resource Recovery Potential A Clean Start and a Closed Loop: Roseville’s Organics-to-Vehicle-Fuel Story Alison Nojima Brown and Caldwell
Room 353 518 What’s Next? Let’s Go Big With Water Reuse Planning Trailblazing: Ventura’s Path To Become the First DPR System in California Elisa Garvey CAROLLO ENGINEERS
Room 353 518 What’s Next? Let’s Go Big With Water Reuse Planning The Future of New Water in California: City of San Diego North City Pure Water Hannah Ford Carollo Engineers,
Room 356 602 Advances in Produced Water Treatment: Upstream Oil and Gas Jim Russell Chevron
Room 344 617 Expectations Exceeded? Promises Met? Energy-Positive Operations: City of Los Angeles Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant David Copp City of Los Angeles
Room 344 528 EUM Strategies: Integrated Master Planning and Planning for Change Maura Bonnarens East Bay Municipal Utility District
Room 353 518 What’s Next? Let’s Go Big With Water Reuse Planning Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
Booth 4609, Hall F 532 Mobile Session: Food and Beverage Food and Beverage John Barsotti Heron Innovators,
Booth 4609, Hall F 623 Mobile Session: Small/Decentralized System Technologies and Management Approaches Small/Decentralized System Technologies and Management Approaches John Barsotti Heron Innovators,
Room 347 607 Vertical Asset Management Tools and Techniques Finding Success in Maintenance Through Implementation of Predictive Maintenance Program Francis Concemino IEUA
Room 253 502 Fundamentals: Coagulation and Flocculation for Industrial Wastewater Coagulant and Flocculant Chemistries Ken Martins Jacobs Consultancy
Room 239 504 Mainstream Nitrogen Removal: Case Studies Optimizing Hydraulic Efficiency of Anoxic Zones in Activated Sludge Systems Using Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling Wonho Song LA County Sanitation District
Room 345 613 Restoration: Case Studies City of Los Angeles Approaches for Treating Free Water Surface Runoffs Brett Perry LA Sanitation
Room 345 526 Water Quality Modeling: To TMDL and Beyond! Application of the HEC-RAS Hydraulic and Water Quality Model To Support the Development of the Lower Minnesota River TMDL Zhonglong Zhang LimnoTech/ERDC-EL
Room 342 524 Does This Green Look Good on Me? Tools for Green Infrastructure Selection Balancing the CSO Program Investment: The King County Green Infrastructure Scorecard Robert Dusenbury Lotus Water
Room 256 614 Leading Water Utility Innovation Partnerships as Innovation Catalysts Ed Means Means Consulting
Room 245 507 Planning and Modeling of Odor Control Strategies for WRRFs Multifaceted Odor Control Planning for Primary Treatment Process at Orange County Sanitation District May Kyi Orange County Sanitation Dist
Room 349 508 FUNdamentals of Digester Gas-to-Energy Systems Challenges With Designing and Permitting an Internal Combustion Engine Based Renewable Power Generation System in California for a Water Conservation Plant Under Stringent Regulatory Environment Vamsi Seeta Parsons
Room 345 613 Restoration: Case Studies City of Los Angeles Approaches for Treating Free Water Surface Runoffs Slavica Dedovic-Hammond Parsons
Room 347 607 Vertical Asset Management Tools and Techniques Using RCM To Build Your Arc Flash Safety and Electrical Preventive Maintenance Program Laura Hudson PinnacleArt
Room 355 616 Nutrient Issues in Coastal Waters The Complexities of a California State Agency Regulating Wastes Generated in Mexico MELISSA CORONA San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board
Room 336 506 Innovative Process Control Studies and Strategies Process Optimization and O&M Savings Using Plant Wide Real-Time Solids Monitoring and Control Alexandre Miot San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Room 256 614 Leading Water Utility Innovation San Jose Water on Engaging Entrepreneurs Francois Rodigari San Jose Water Company
Room 336 506 Innovative Process Control Studies and Strategies ‘But What Happens When…’ Using Dynamic Simulation To Test Solids Handling Control Strategies Johnny Johnson SF Water
Room 347 515 Project Delivery: Herding Cats Hacking Project Delivery at Silicon Valley Clean Water Using Progressive Design-Build William Bryan Silicon Valley Clean Water
Room 353 518 What’s Next? Let’s Go Big With Water Reuse Planning One Water LA 2040 Plan: Maximizing Potential Wastewater Assets Sarah Munger Stantec
Room 353 518 What’s Next? Let’s Go Big With Water Reuse Planning One Water LA 2040 Plan: Maximizing Potential Wastewater Assets Denise Chow The City of Los Angeles
Room 352 624 State and Future of Stormwater Panel Discussion Geoff Brosseau

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