WEFTEC19: View a List of California Speakers

It’s almost fall so it must be time for WEFTEC! Close to 25,000 water professionals; 1,000 technology exhibits; and hundreds of educational sessions make it one of the world’s largest water conferences. Not to be missed.

California had an outstanding number of speakers selected to present. Don’t miss you friends speaking at WEFTEC.

We’re also honored to have two Californian’s playing prominent roles at WEFTEC:

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Saturday CWEA Networking Dinner

CWEA members and their guest are welcome to join a Networking Dinner on Saturday night. We’re celebrating the Student Design Team from San Diego State University. Dinner is $55pp.

The Student Design team is sponsored by: the San Diego Section of CWEA; LA County Sanitation Districts; Flo-Systems

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California Speakers at WEFTEC

Event Session Title Starts OnDate Presentation Session Title First Name Last Name Company
503 Fundamentals of Chemical Coagulation and Flocculation 9/25/2019 Coagulant and Flocculant Chemistries Ken Martins Advisian Consultancy/Worley
105 State and Future of Stormwater 9/23/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Juli Beth Hinds Birchline Planning LLC
416 We Know What’s Bugging You: Stormwater Bacteria Research 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Juli Beth Hinds Birchline Planning LLC
427 Everyone Needs a Filter: Stormwater Filtration and Media Research 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Juli Beth Hinds Birchline Planning LLC
W16 Design and Modeling of Advanced Biofilm Reactor Technologies for Nutrient Removal and Recovery 9/22/2019 Modeling MABR Systems Sandeep Sathyamoorthy Black & Veatch
305 A Flexible Solution: Membranes for a Variety of Advanced Wastewater Treatment Applications 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Jing Liao Black & Veatch
505 We Don’t Need No Stinking Bubbles! Advancements in MABR Technologies 9/25/2019 Do You Really Need Five Days for Nutrient Removal? Intensifying BNR Using a MABR Sandeep Sathyamoorthy Black & Veatch
210 More Applications and Studies in THP Yield New Insights 9/23/2019 Progressing to Class A Biosolids: A Guide to Thermal Hydrolysis Process Pre-Treatment Options Jann Yamauchi Brown and Caldwell
210 More Applications and Studies in THP Yield New Insights 9/23/2019 Progressing to Class A Biosolids: A Guide to Thermal Hydrolysis Process Pre-Treatment Options Frances Burlingham Brown and Caldwell
411 Co-Digestion: Impacts of Adding Food Waste and FOG 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Tracy Stigers Brown and Caldwell
306 More Than Hot Air: Optimizing Aeration Systems 9/24/2019 Witnessing Factory Acceptance Tests in Accordance With the New ASME Wire-to-Air Performance Test Code for Blower Systems Lloyd Slezak Brown and Caldwell
318 Have You Checked Your Planning Compass? 9/24/2019 A Laser-Focused Approach To Protect M1W’s Land Outfall Pipe Rachel Philipson Brown and Caldwell
509 What’s in Your Wastewater? Wastewater Characterization: Learning to Measure Metals, Microplastics, and Antibiotic Resistant Genes 9/25/2019 Going From Chloramines to Free Chlorine? Do You Know What Will Happen to Your Metals? Corrosion Testing in Highly Chlorinated Water Graham Calciano Brown and Caldwell
521 Ozone/BAF: Proving the Technology for Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse Systems 9/25/2019 Viruses, Color, and AOC: Oh My!  Designing Ozone/Biofiltration for Water Reuse Hannah Ford Brown and Caldwell
614 From Source to Plant: Progressing Through Improvements Using Progressive Design Build 9/25/2019 RESCUing Silicon Valley Clean Water’s Wastewater Conveyance System Using Progressive Design-Build Bernadette Visitacion-Sumida Brown and Caldwell
W22 Turning RINS Into Money: Capitalizing on Biogas Recovery Projects and Generating Revenue at WTTPs 9/22/2019 Session Chair/Moderator William Pevec Brown and Caldwell
W07 Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Wastewater Utilities 9/21/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Christine Polo Carollo Engineers
W07 Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Wastewater Utilities 9/21/2019 Introduction to GHG Accounting Methodologies Sarah Deslauriers Carollo Engineers
W08 WEF/WRF Co-Digestion: What Can We Handle? 9/21/2019 Use of WRF Research Findings in Combination With Scientific Basics to Develop Simple Modeling Techniques to Estimate Digester Capacity and Associated Gas Production for Various Feedstocks Ron Appleton Carollo Engineers
221 Future of Reuse: Economics, Decentralized Systems, and IPR 9/23/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Graham Juby Carollo Engineers
W23 Pathogens and Constituents of Emerging Concern in Wastewater Effluent and Water Reuse 9/22/2019 Interactive Presentation: Development of Analytical Protocols for Bioassays to Analyze Chemicals of Emerging Concern in Recycled Water Andrea Corral Carollo Engineers
W23 Pathogens and Constituents of Emerging Concern in Wastewater Effluent and Water Reuse 9/22/2019 Interactive Presentation: Potable and Non-Potable Water Reuse Risk Analysis Andrew Salveson Carollo Engineers
W23 Pathogens and Constituents of Emerging Concern in Wastewater Effluent and Water Reuse 9/22/2019 Interactive Presentation: Removal of Pathogen and CECs with non-RO-based Advanced Treatment Technologies Andrew Salveson Carollo Engineers
220 IPR/DPR: Resistance is Futile! 9/23/2019 A Modeling Approach for Assessing the Opportunities and Challenges of Regional Potable Reuse Elisa Garvey Carollo Engineers
220 IPR/DPR: Resistance is Futile! 9/23/2019 PureWaterSF: Purification and Water Quality Risk Analysis for Decentralized DPR in San Francisco Andrew Salveson Carollo Engineers
319 Utility Management: Seeing (and Using) the Right Information Through the Forest of Systems and Data 9/24/2019 Rolling Out Asset Management With the Customer in Mind: Integrating Sugar Land’s Wastewater Treatment Plant Asset Management Program With a City-Wide Focus Felicia James Carollo Engineers
413 Wet Weather Management and Flow Equalization: Addressing Wet Weather Flow Issues Around the World 9/24/2019 Flow Equalization Optimized: How Regional San Saved Millions in Plant Upgrades Through Innovative Implementation of Flow Equalization Richard Gutierrez Carollo Engineers
425 Novel Investigations in Treatment of Chemical/Pharmaceutical Wastewater 9/24/2019 Membrane-Based Industrial Water Reuse of Biopharmaceutical Wastewater Graham Juby Carollo Engineers
616 Research, Reuse, Repeat: Pushing the Envelope in Water Reuse Technology 9/25/2019 Tracking Contaminants of Emerging Concern Though a Novel MF/RO Water Reclamation Process Mojtaba Farrokh Shad Carollo Engineers
W08 WEF/WRF Co-Digestion: What Can We Handle? 9/21/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Rashi Gupta Carollo Engineers
220 IPR/DPR: Resistance is Futile! 9/23/2019 A Headworks Divided: Fighting Extreme Flows To Maximize Water Reuse in Southern California Christopher Ott CDM Smith
W11 Public-Private Partnerships: What They Are and What They Aren’t 9/21/2019 Case Study: Wastewater P3 Jean-Marc Petit Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
406 The Old Dog and Its New Tricks: Approaches to Carbon Redirection and Primary Treatment Improvements 9/24/2019 Making Primary Sedimentation Basins More Efficient Using Innovative Baffle System Clint Shima Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
421 To Infinity and Beyond: Technologies for Combating the Water Reuse Challenges of Tomorrow 9/24/2019 Utilizing Your Full (Zeta) Potential: A Case Study Applying Zeta Potential To Optimize Recycled Water Filtration Craig Mizutani Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
W08 WEF/WRF Co-Digestion: What Can We Handle? 9/21/2019 Co-Digestion Case Study 3: Blend of Different Materials Accepted Jason Dow Central Marin Sanitation Agency
410 Sidestream Success! N and P Removal Case Studies 9/24/2019 Cost and Benefit Analysis of Removing Orthophosphate and Improving of Dewaterability of Digested Sludge by Post-Digestion AirPrex® Technology Zhongtian Li Centrisys-CNP
219 Small Communities: Processes for Nutrient Removal 9/23/2019 Nitrogen Removal Process Selection and Innovative Design Approaches for a Small Community in California Luis Cardenas City of Banning
207 Planning, Evaluation, Design, and Sustainability: Odor Control Has It All! 9/23/2019 City of Los Angeles Pilot Test on Bio-Trickling Filters With Different pH Levels and Using Treated Water To Improve Performance Cyrous Gilani City of Los Angeles
525 Keeping It In-House: Utility SCADA Development Advantages 9/25/2019 Increase the Value of SCADA and DCS Data by Securely Integrating With Enterprise Business Applications: The City of Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment Experience Lee Charles City of Los Angeles
617 A Tale of One Water 9/25/2019 LA River Flow Study:Changing Water Landscape Triggers a One Water Paradigm Shift Azya Jackson City of Los Angeles – PW/LASAN
W09 Sewer Rehabilitation Practices for Mitigating I/I: Integrated Approaches, Innovative Technologies, and Interactive Solutions 9/21/2019 Case Study #2: Mitigating I/I in the City of Los Angeles Ali Poosti City of Los Angeles CA
415 Cases in Point: Current MS4 Case Studies 9/24/2019 The City of Los Angeles Transforms an Industrialized Site to a Riverside Park Bryan Powell City Of Los Angeles Proposition O
213 Inflow and Infiltration Assessment: Finding and Removing Sources of Leakage 9/23/2019 Utilizing Flow Monitoring Data in Wet Weather Planning and Response Efforts Christine Heinrich-Josties City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation
106 Reuse on the Storm: Opening the Doors for Stormwater Reclamation Across America 9/23/2019 City of Malibu: Coming Full Circle to Improve Water Quality and Enhance Water Supply Rob DuBoux City of Malibu
508 Fundamentals of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Recovery and Tools for Assessment 9/25/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Akin Babatola City of Santa Cruz
W06 Assessment and Regulation of Microbial Pathogen Indicators in Water and Biosolids 9/21/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Akin Babatola City of Santa Cruz
230 Workforce Issues: Have You Prepared for the ‘Silver’ Tsunami? 9/23/2019 Better Managing Human Assets for Improved Plant Performance Robert Donaldson Collaborative Strategies Consulting Inc.
510 Not Treatment Technology: The Other Critical Components of an Odor Control System 9/25/2019 Corrosive Odors and Their Successful Conveyance: If It Looks Bad, Sounds Bad, and Smells Bad, It Probably Is Bad Samuel Boswell Daniel Company
205 Strategies to Prevent Bulking in Activated Sludge Systems 9/23/2019 TBD David Jenkins David Jenkins & Associates Inc
W04 Wastewater Microbiology 9/21/2019 Session Chair/Moderator David Jenkins David Jenkins & Associates Inc
W18 Wastewater Microbiology 9/22/2019 Session Chair/Moderator David Jenkins David Jenkins & Associates Inc
W21 Be a Hero, Get to Zero: The Journey to Energy Neutrality 9/22/2019 Implementing Co-digestion to Reach Energy Neutrality Justin Shih East Bay Municipal Utility District
205 Strategies to Prevent Bulking in Activated Sludge Systems 9/23/2019 Can Phosphate Accumulating Organisms Control Non-Bulking High Effluent TSS Upsets in Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Plants?  An East Bay Municipal Utility District Case Study Justin Shih East Bay Municipal Utility District
410 Sidestream Success! N and P Removal Case Studies 9/24/2019 Seeing Through the Pipe: Rapid Detection of Struvite Accumulation Justin Shih East Bay Municipal Utility District
227 Maximizing Energy Savings Through Advanced Aeration Control Strategies 9/23/2019 Model Predictive Control Saves 47% of Energy, Improves Nutrient Removal, and Reduces Effluent TSS Alex Ekster Ekster & Associates
501 The 3 Ps: Plastic, Pharmaceuticals, and Pesticides 9/25/2019 Bench Testing of 1,4-Dioxane Treatment in Industrial Wastewater by Biofiltration, an Innovative and Inexpensive Alternative to Advanced Oxidation Brian Petty Geosyntec Consultants
501 The 3 Ps: Plastic, Pharmaceuticals, and Pesticides 9/25/2019 Bench Testing of 1,4-Dioxane Treatment in Industrial Wastewater by Biofiltration, an Innovative and Inexpensive Alternative to Advanced Oxidation Chao Zhou Geosyntec Consultants
306 More Than Hot Air: Optimizing Aeration Systems 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Coenraad Pretorius GHD
212 Knowledge Development Forum: What are PFAS and What Do We Need to Know? 9/23/2019 PFAS Treatment in Australia: Where Are We Practically? Chris Hertle GHD
318 Have You Checked Your Planning Compass? 9/24/2019 Protecting Capital Assets and the Environment: Water Resources Conveyance System Planning in Monterey, California Matthew Winkelman GHD
412 Resource Recovery From Biosolids: Phosphorus/Energy 9/24/2019 Recovering Energy and Nutrients From Organic Solids Via Hydrogen Reduction: A Game Changer for Wastewater Treatment Chris Hertle GHD
106 Reuse on the Storm: Opening the Doors for Stormwater Reclamation Across America 9/23/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
W10 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future 9/21/2019 Discussion on the Future Role Membranes Could Be Serving Water Resource Recovery Systems Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
W24 Your Water Reuse: Potable or Non-Potable? 9/22/2019 Introduction to the Team and Topic Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
W24 Your Water Reuse: Potable or Non-Potable? 9/22/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Val Frenkel GREELEY and HANSEN
510 Not Treatment Technology: The Other Critical Components of an Odor Control System 9/25/2019 Flat Aluminum Covers for Odor Control Gary Powell Powell Hallsten Corporation
208 Emerging Trends in Phosphorus Removal and Recovery: Outcomes From the James Barnard Phosphorus Forum 9/23/2019 Rethinking EBPR System Design Practices JB Neethling HDR
524 Nutrient Removal and Recovery: Municipal Planning and Implementation 9/25/2019 Nutrient Management Framework for San Francisco Bay Area JB Neethling HDR
W22 Turning RINS Into Money: Capitalizing on Biogas Recovery Projects and Generating Revenue at WTTPs 9/22/2019 Low Carbon Fuel Standard Overview and GREET Model Jeffrey Rosenfeld ICF
W10 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future 9/21/2019 Onsite Membrane Demonstration: Station 3 Gilad Cohen IDE Americas
W26 What If Clean Water is Just the Byproduct? Rethinking Resource Recovery at WRRFs 9/22/2019 Overview of Current, Next-to-Market, and Next Generation Resource Recovery Technologies Cristina Ahmadpour Isle Utilities
W23 Pathogens and Constituents of Emerging Concern in Wastewater Effluent and Water Reuse 9/22/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Jenny Reina Jacobs
W08 WEF/WRF Co-Digestion: What Can We Handle? 9/21/2019 Present the Results of Co-Digestion Bench Scale Tests Ganesh Rajagopalan Kennedy Jenks Consultants
411 Co-Digestion: Impacts of Adding Food Waste and FOG 9/24/2019 Novel Food Waste Pre-Processing Method and Systematic Co-Digestion of FOG and the Food Waste To Enhance Biogas Production and Improve Solids Treatment Ganesh Rajagopalan Kennedy Jenks Consultants
W08 WEF/WRF Co-Digestion: What Can We Handle? 9/21/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Ganesh Rajagopalan Kennedy Jenks Consultants
225 Advances in Primary and Primary Effluent Filtration 9/23/2019 Evaluation of Biofiltration as an Advanced Primary Treatment Method Onder Caliskaner Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
406 The Old Dog and Its New Tricks: Approaches to Carbon Redirection and Primary Treatment Improvements 9/24/2019 Long Term Operational and Performance Evaluation of Primary Filtration Technology for Carbon Diversion Onder Caliskaner Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
421 To Infinity and Beyond: Technologies for Combating the Water Reuse Challenges of Tomorrow 9/24/2019 Evaluation of a New Compressible Media Filter To Meet the Title 22 Unrestricted Reuse Criteria Onder Caliskaner Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
521 Ozone/BAF: Proving the Technology for Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse Systems 9/25/2019 Pure Water Monterey: Successful Fast-Track Design of Northern California’s First IPR Project Todd Reynolds Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
521 Ozone/BAF: Proving the Technology for Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse Systems 9/25/2019 Pure Water Monterey: Successful Fast-Track Design of Northern California’s First IPR Project Alexandria Page Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
411 Co-Digestion: Impacts of Adding Food Waste and FOG 9/24/2019 Novel Food Waste Pre-Processing Method and Systematic Co-Digestion of FOG and the Food Waste To Enhance Biogas Production and Improve Solids Treatment Bhargavi Subramanian Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
202 Mainstream Deammonification 9/23/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Philip Ackman LACSD
W08 WEF/WRF Co-Digestion: What Can We Handle? 9/21/2019 Co-Digestion Case Study 2: Food Waste Organic Slurry William Chen LACSD
220 IPR/DPR: Resistance is Futile! 9/23/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Naoko Munakata LACSD
512 Next Generation Disinfection: What’s on the Horizon 9/25/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Philip Ackman LACSD
405 Aerobic Granular Sludge: From Pilot to Full Scale 9/24/2019 Aerobic Granular Sludge Piloting in Los Angeles County Bruce Mansell LACSD
529 Why Become a Utility of the Future? 9/25/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Ed McCormick McCormick Strategic Water Management
529 Why Become a Utility of the Future? 9/25/2019 Introduction to the Utility of the Future Recognition Program Ed McCormick McCormick Strategic Water Management
305 A Flexible Solution: Membranes for a Variety of Advanced Wastewater Treatment Applications 9/24/2019 Greenhouse Gas and Carbon Footprint Emission Estimate of a Membrane Bioreactor Compared to a Traditional Activated Sludge Process Allison Petsche McGovern McDonald Engineers
614 From Source to Plant: Progressing Through Improvements Using Progressive Design Build 9/25/2019 City of Vista Uses Progressive Design-Build To Optimize Delivery of Needed Sewer Flow Capacity Project Carlos Mendoza Michael Baker International
602 Application of MBRs for Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Reuse 9/25/2019 Getting More With Less: Supplemental Aeration Using Oxygen Nanobubbles to Improve MBR Performance Andrea White Moelaer, Inc.
219 Small Communities: Processes for Nutrient Removal 9/23/2019 Nitrogen Removal Process Selection and Innovative Design Approaches for a Small Community in California Kyle Nelson Montrose Environmental Group
409 Exciting Asset Management Case Studies! Installation and Maintenance Practices for Ensuring Equipment Reliability 9/24/2019 Changi Water Reclamation Plant: The Plant of the Future Constructed in the Now Richard Brice Mott Macdonald
W05 Using Online Analyzers To Meet Stringent Nutrient Limits 9/21/2019 Cost of Ownership Charles Aycock Municipal Automation Services
W05 Using Online Analyzers To Meet Stringent Nutrient Limits 9/21/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Charles Aycock Municipal Automation Services
W12 WEF/WRF LIFTING Your Utility with Business Process Modeling and Improvement 9/21/2019 LIFT for Management, UAIM: vision and status Zdenko Vitasovic MWD
207 Planning, Evaluation, Design, and Sustainability: Odor Control Has It All! 9/23/2019 Successful Odor Control in the Heart of Orange County, California Brian Reed OCSD
227 Maximizing Energy Savings Through Advanced Aeration Control Strategies 9/23/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Reza Sobhani OCSD
525 Keeping It In-House: Utility SCADA Development Advantages 9/25/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Reza Sobhani OCSD
616 Research, Reuse, Repeat: Pushing the Envelope in Water Reuse Technology 9/25/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Christopher Stacklin OCSD
W10 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future 9/21/2019 The Facts From Operating a Membrane Facility for Decades OCWD: Water Factory 21 and Groundwater Replenishment System Michael Markus OCWD
W24 Your Water Reuse: Potable or Non-Potable? 9/22/2019 Breakout Group Topics With Interactive Worksheets: Innovative Means for Implementing Non-Potable Water Reuse Shivaji Deshmukh OCWD
W27 Resilient Groundwater: Managing Aquifers for One Water 9/22/2019 Groundwater Recharge and Seawater Intrusion Barrier John Bonsangue OCWD
217 Making Models Matter: Understanding and Resolving Complex Water Quality Problems 9/23/2019 A Collaborative Integrated Water Resources Approach for Watershed and Water Supply Improvements in North Orange County, California Greg Woodside OCWD
321 Treatment for Groundwater Recharge: So the Well Won’t Run Dry 9/24/2019 Groundwater Replenishment in the Central Valley: Fresno’s Advanced Water Treatment Approach Brian Leto Parsons
230 Workforce Issues: Have You Prepared for the ‘Silver’ Tsunami? 9/23/2019 Better Managing Human Assets for Improved Plant Performance Laura Hudson PinnacleArt
601 Late Breaking Research: Advances in Monitoring and Modeling of Environmental Systems 9/25/2019 BESM1: A Comprehensive Modeling Framework for Bioelectrochemical Systems Christine Dykstra San Diego State University
601 Late Breaking Research: Advances in Monitoring and Modeling of Environmental Systems 9/25/2019 BESM1: A Comprehensive Modeling Framework for Bioelectrochemical Systems Christine Dykstra San Diego State University
W07 Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Wastewater Utilities 9/21/2019 Final Group Discussion Manon Fisher SF PUC
W22 Turning RINS Into Money: Capitalizing on Biogas Recovery Projects and Generating Revenue at WTTPs 9/22/2019 Introductions Alison Nojima SF PUC
402 Alternate Nitrogen Removal and Pathways 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Alexandre Miot SF PUC
220 IPR/DPR: Resistance is Futile! 9/23/2019 PureWaterSF: Purification and Water Quality Risk Analysis for Decentralized DPR in San Francisco Manisha Kothari SF PUC
310 Advancements in Staged, Thermophilic, and Aerobic Digestion Processes 9/24/2019 Low Cost Plug-Flow Thermophilic Batch Digestion Process That Achieves Class A EQ Biosolids Standards Without Mixing and Grit Accumulation Alexandre Miot SF PUC
310 Advancements in Staged, Thermophilic, and Aerobic Digestion Processes 9/24/2019 Investigating Fecal Coliform Regrowth in a Full-Scale TPAD Process Followed by Screw Press Dewatering Alexandre Miot SF PUC
W22 Turning RINS Into Money: Capitalizing on Biogas Recovery Projects and Generating Revenue at WTTPs 9/22/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Alison Nojima SF PUC
402 Alternate Nitrogen Removal and Pathways 9/24/2019 Mitigation of Ammonia Breakthrough in Activated Sludge Secondary Effluent With Zeolite Rachel Deco LACSD
500 Shortcut Nitrogen With BioP 9/25/2019 Concurrent Mainstream Deammonification and Phosphorus Removal Using the ANITA Mox Process: A Pilot-Scale Evaluation at the Joint Water Pollution Control Plant Eric Krikorian LACSD
414 Sewer Rehabilitation and Construction 9/24/2019 System Reliability Improved Through Fast Track Force Main Replacement Kishen Prathivadi Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside
310 Advancements in Staged, Thermophilic, and Aerobic Digestion Processes 9/24/2019 Investigating Fecal Coliform Regrowth in a Full-Scale TPAD Process Followed by Screw Press Dewatering Marta Mendoza SF Water
516 We’re Lookin’ at YOU, Watershed: Technology Enhancements for Monitoring and Stakeholder Engagement 9/25/2019 Discover Your Watershed Today! Community Engagement and Education via Historic Watershed Mapping Polly Crocker SFPUC
W26 What If Clean Water is Just the Byproduct? Rethinking Resource Recovery at WRRFs 9/22/2019 Silicon Valley Clean Water Case Study: Building an Innovation-Focused Utility of the Future Arvind Akela Silicon Valley Clean Water
614 From Source to Plant: Progressing Through Improvements Using Progressive Design Build 9/25/2019 RESCUing Silicon Valley Clean Water’s Wastewater Conveyance System Using Progressive Design-Build Kimberly Hackett Silicon Valley Clean Water
516 We’re Lookin’ at YOU, Watershed: Technology Enhancements for Monitoring and Stakeholder Engagement 9/25/2019 Standardizing MS4 Monitoring Program for Increased Program Effectiveness: Feasibility, Challenges, and How To Address Them Kenneth Schiff So Cal Coastal Water Research
W22 Turning RINS Into Money: Capitalizing on Biogas Recovery Projects and Generating Revenue at WTTPs 9/22/2019 Pipeline Injection from the Utility Perspective Jim Lucas SoCalGas
414 Sewer Rehabilitation and Construction 9/24/2019 System Reliability Improved Through Fast Track Force Main Replacement Timothy Monahan SRT Consultants
217 Making Models Matter: Understanding and Resolving Complex Water Quality Problems 9/23/2019 Assessing an Empirical Approach to Estimate Nutrient Loads to Impaired Waterbodies Attributable to Water Reuse Irrigation Practices Joan Oppenheimer Stantec
305 A Flexible Solution: Membranes for a Variety of Advanced Wastewater Treatment Applications 9/24/2019 Implementing MBRs for Potable Reuse: Case Studies in Southern California Zakir Hirani Stantec
305 A Flexible Solution: Membranes for a Variety of Advanced Wastewater Treatment Applications 9/24/2019 Implementing MBRs for Potable Reuse: Case Studies in Southern California Zakir Hirani Stantec
321 Treatment for Groundwater Recharge: So the Well Won’t Run Dry 9/24/2019 Advanced Water Treatment Demonstration Facility Implements Innovative Design Concepts Zakir Hirani Stantec
321 Treatment for Groundwater Recharge: So the Well Won’t Run Dry 9/24/2019 Nitrogen Management Strategies for Potable Reuse of Non-Nitrified Secondary Effluent Zakir Hirani Stantec
407 Knowledge Development Forum: From Research to Practice – Energy Sustainability 9/24/2019 Battery Energy Storage for Energy Resilience and Cost-Effective Operations: Lessons Learned From Selected Municipal Case Studies Carla Cherchi Stantec
408 Big Data, Machine Learning, and Predictive Control 9/24/2019 Operations, Asset Management, and Data Analytics Nexus: A Closed Loop Function Approach Joseph Cullen Stantec
421 To Infinity and Beyond: Technologies for Combating the Water Reuse Challenges of Tomorrow 9/24/2019 Utilizing Your Full (Zeta) Potential: A Case Study Applying Zeta Potential To Optimize Recycled Water Filtration Kristine Yung Stantec
613 Becoming an Asset (Management) to the Organization: Tools and Applications for Stormwater 9/25/2019 Planning and Prioritization for Effective Flood Control Channel Management in Urban Los Angeles County Rita Newman Stantec Consulting Services Inc.
529 Why Become a Utility of the Future? 9/25/2019 Building Utility and Community Cohesion Through Utility of the Future Principles: A VVWRA Success Story Logan Olds Susanville Consolidated San Dist
415 Cases in Point: Current MS4 Case Studies 9/24/2019 The City of Los Angeles Transforms an Industrialized Site to a Riverside Park Jason Fussel Tetra Tech Inc
W06 Assessment and Regulation of Microbial Pathogen Indicators in Water and Biosolids 9/21/2019 WRF Research: New Advances in Pathogen Studies Brian Pecson Trussell Technologies
W10 Membranes for Water Reuse: Past, Present, Future 9/21/2019 Breakout Group: The Facts Regarding Membranes as a Barrier for Pathogens Yoram Cohen UCLA
508 Fundamentals of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Recovery and Tools for Assessment 9/25/2019 Energetics of Nutrient Recovery From Urine by Distillation and Precipitation Jessica Hazard University of California, Davis
306 More Than Hot Air: Optimizing Aeration Systems 9/24/2019 Long Term Aeration Power and Energy Monitoring Via Fully Automated Telemetric Off-Gas Analysis Federico Pasini University of California, Irvine
405 Aerobic Granular Sludge: From Pilot to Full Scale 9/24/2019 Aerobic Granular Sludge and Activated Sludge: Aeration Efficiency Study Using Off-Gas Testing Francesca Cecconi University of California, Irvine
W07 Greenhouse Gas Accounting for Wastewater Utilities 9/21/2019 Carbon Sequestration from Biosolids Land Application Rebecca Ryals University of California, Merced
W24 Your Water Reuse: Potable or Non-Potable? 9/22/2019 Onsite Group Interviews: Customer 3 – Municipality Robb Whitaker Water Replenishment District of So. California
321 Treatment for Groundwater Recharge: So the Well Won’t Run Dry 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Bahman Sheikh Water Reuse Conslting
221 Future of Reuse: Economics, Decentralized Systems, and IPR 9/23/2019 Strategies To Increase Water Reuse in Hawai’i by 30 MGD by 2030 Bahman Sheikh Water Reuse Conslting
W22 Turning RINS Into Money: Capitalizing on Biogas Recovery Projects and Generating Revenue at WTTPs 9/22/2019 Quality Assurance Plans (QAP) and Q-RINs Ashley Player Weaver
W24 Your Water Reuse: Potable or Non-Potable? 9/22/2019 Designer Water: A Case Study From West Basin Patrick Sheilds West Basin Municipal Water District
221 Future of Reuse: Economics, Decentralized Systems, and IPR 9/23/2019 Unique Partnership Opportunities To Increase Recycled Water Demand in Coastal Los Angeles County Patrick Sheilds West Basin Municipal Water District
106 Reuse on the Storm: Opening the Doors for Stormwater Reclamation Across America 9/23/2019 Take My Stormwater… Please! San Diego Region Stormwater Capture and Use Feasibility Study David Pohl Weston Solutions
106 Reuse on the Storm: Opening the Doors for Stormwater Reclamation Across America 9/23/2019 City of Malibu: Coming Full Circle to Improve Water Quality and Enhance Water Supply Persephene St.Charles Woodard & Curran
302 Solving Food and Beverage Wastewater Challenges Using Innovative Process Technologies 9/24/2019 Session Chair/Moderator Chibby Alloway Woodard and Curran
521 Ozone/BAF: Proving the Technology for Direct and Indirect Potable Reuse Systems 9/25/2019 Potable Reuse Testing Results: O3/BAF vs. UF/RO on Two Different Source Waters GREG WETTERAU
525 Keeping It In-House: Utility SCADA Development Advantages 9/25/2019 Increase the Value of SCADA and DCS Data by Securely Integrating With Enterprise Business Applications: The City of Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment Experience Anita Fernandez

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