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Water Quality Technology
Conference and Exposition 2011
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
13-17 November 2011
Volume 1 of 3
ISBN: 978-1-61839-310-4
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An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
OGS
Monday
Opening General Session
Moderator: Jonathan Pressman
WQTC11 Planning Committee Welcome
Jonathan Pressman, USEPA
Local Welcome
Watering the Sun Corridor
Grady Gammage, Gammage & Burnham
Sustainability in Drinking Water Activities at AWWA
J. Alan Roberson, American Water Works Association
The Path Forward: USEPA’s New Approach to Research
Paul Anastas, Assistant Administrator of the
Office of Research and Development, USEPA
Sustainability Through Water Research
Robert Renner, Water Research Foundation
MON01
Distribution System and Corrosion Posters
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Taste and Odor Evaluation of Polyurethane and
Epoxy Lining Materials 1
Eric Wert, Southern Nevada Water Authority,
Gina Neilson, David Rexing
Integration of Surface Water Into a Groundwater System—
Blending and Corrosion Control Strategies 15
Sunil Kommineni, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. Arcadis, Jessie Li,
Howard Christian, Christine Cooper, Dhananjay Mishra
.
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
Galvanic Corrosion Under Flow Conditions and Simulated
Partial Replacements of Aged LSLs N/A
Clement Cartiér, NSERC Industrial Chair on Drinking Water,
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Shokoufeh Nour,
Laurent Laroche, Marc Edwards, Michele Prevost
Turning Challenges Into Opportunities: Selecting DBP
Reduction Pre-Treatment Alternatives at the Scottsdale,
Arizona Chaparral WTP 29
Chad Seidel, Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.,
Stephen Acquafredda, Ryan Rhoades, Richard Sacks
Lead Release Consequences Associated With Residual Iron
and Aluminum Concentrations Following Coagulant
Changeovers 44
Alisha Knowles, Halifax Water, Eliman Camara,
Graham Gagnon
Invasive Mussel Management: What Are the Unforeseen
Consequences? N/A
Sarah Clark, HDR Engineering, Philip Brandhuber
Evaluation of the Park City, Utah’s Arsenic, Thallium,
Manganese, and Mercury Water Quality Excursions in the
Distribution System 52
Michelle De Haan, Water Works Engineers, Clint McAffee,
Darren Lytle
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON02
Microbiology Posters
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Flow Cytometric Assessment of Indigenous Drinking Water
Bacterial Communities During Chemical Disinfection 84
Frederik Hammes, Eawag
A Stochastic Risk Model to Assess the Microbial Risks of
Fecal Pollution in Vulnerable Watersheds 86
Wim Hijnen, KWR Watercycle Research Institute,
Mirjam Blokker, Leo Heijnen, Gertjan Medema
Molecular Mechanisms of Adenovirus Resistance to
Ultraviolet Disinfection 90
Sarah Bounty, Roberto Rodriguez, Karl Linden
A New Method for the Concentration of Viruses From Water
N/A
Kelly Bright, University of Arizona, Luisa Ikner
MON03
Membrane Posters
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Fouling Characteristics of Ceramic Microfiltration and
Ultrafiltration Membranes Treating Surface Waters N/A
Seung-Jin Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Mehmet Dilaver, Pyung-Kyu Park, Jaehong Kim
Adsorptive Activated Carbon Coatings for Ultrafiltration
Membranes 92
David Ladner, Clemson University, Jaclyn Ellerie
Effects of Extended Operation and Air Leaks on an RO
Membrane During Brackish Groundwater Desalination in
Texas 98
Justin Sutherland, Carollo Engineers, Graham Juby,
William Causey, Lance Rothe, Duane Bryant, Kevin Morrison
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON04
MIB/Geosmin Posters
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Determination of 2-MIB and Geosmin in Surface and
Groundwater by Stir Bar Sorption Extraction/GC/MS in
Full MS Scan Mode 105
Chenxi Shi, San Francisco PUC, Water Quality Bureau,
Quansing Tu, Lisa Mazuca, Mike Giles, Rod Miller,
Megan Tran
Navigating Uncharted Waters: Assessing Geosmin
Occurrence in a Colorado Rocky Mountain Source Water
River 117
Jill Oropeza, City of Fort Collins Utilities—Water Treatment
Facility, Judith Billica, G. Keith Elmund
GAC Taste-and-Odor Removal Capacity: Predicted vs. FullScale Performance
133
Roger Scharf, CH2M HILL, Tony Myers, Jim Bode
Beauty vs. the Beast: Balancing Geosmin Removal With
DBP Formation 158
Katie Walker, HDR Engineering, Inc., Stan Williams,
Donald Sarich
MON05
Inorganics Posters
Track: Regulation, Detection & Treatment
Are All Single-Use Media Created Equal? A Pilot Study of
Radium Removal From Groundwater Comparing Three
Different Media 174
Justin Sutherland, Carollo Engineers, Lance Rothe,
Hutch Musallam, Paul Walker, Will Wilde, Tom Kerr
Determination of Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water 181
Yongtao Li, Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., Jane Timm,
James Lovick, Ray Siery
Assessing Innovative Magnetic Separation Processes of
Zero-Valent Iron (ZVI) in Arsenic and Fluoride Treatment
Systems 183
Nathan Little, M. Robin Collins, Paul Pepler
Second-Stage High-Rate Contactor Implementation for
Manganese and DBP Control 191
John Tobiason, University of Massachusetts Amherst
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON06
Impacts of Climate Change on Surface Water Quality
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: Sharon Long
Fire Management in Source Watersheds:
Implications to NOM Character and Treatability
Monica Emelko, University of Waterloo,
Xiaoshi Geng, Uldis Silins, Michael Stone
208
Connecting the Dots: Can Climate Change Cause Algal
Blooms That Lead to Disinfection By-Product Formation
in Your Drinking Water 214
Amlan Ghosh, Jacobs Engineering Group, George Tang,
Chad Seidel, Mandi Hohner, Fernando Rosario-Ortiz,
Margaret Rodgers, R. Scott Summers
Initial Data Gathering and Synthesis: Water Quality Impacts
of Extreme Weather-Related Events in US and Australia 229
Jan Routt, Jan Routt & Associates, LLC, Benjamin Stanford,
Stuart Khan, Jean-Francois Debroux, Benjamin Wright
MON07
Inorganics in the News
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Moderator: David Hartman
Chrome-6 Déjà vu All Over Again 243
Andrew Eaton, MWH Laboratories
Impact of Arsenic Treatment Technologies on Distribution
Water Quality 251
Thomas Sorg, USEPA-WSWRD, Abraham Chen, Lili Wang
Bromide in the Allegheny River and THMs in Pittsburgh
Drinking Water: A Link With Marcellus Shale Mining 266
Stanley States, Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority,
Georgina Cyprych, Mark Stoner, Faith Wydra,
Jason Monnell, Leonard Casson
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON08
Water Issues in Developing Countries
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Moderator: R. Scott Summers
Water IS Life, Really: A Third World Success Story—
Blanket, Haiti 297
Melissa Billman, Fairfax Water, James Horstman
Evaluating the Performance of Ceramic Water Kegs for
Household Water Treatment in Developing Countries 312
Chris Schulz, CDM Inc., Joanna Cummings,
Susan Murcott, Stephen Lohman, Rhonda Birdnow
Ceramic Filter Pots: Household Treatment Systems Made in
Rural Factories in Developing Countries 332
S.G.J. Heijman, TU Delft, Guus Soppe, Jan Kroesbergen,
Doris van Halem, Jan Nederstigt, Isabelle Gensburger
MON09
Risk Associated With Microbial Contamination
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Moderator: Marilyn Marshall
Cryptosporidium Management for Adelaide, South
Australia—A Risk-Based Study 341
Geoff Kilmore, South Australian Water Corporation,
Jason West, Jek Rozitis, Claire Kolokas
Degradation of Water Quality in Buildings–Illness,
Death, and Lawsuits 366
Jennifer Clancy, Tetra Tech–Clancy Environmental
Evaluating the Impact of Treatment Plant Upsets on
Microbial Risks Using Quantitative Microbial Risk
Assessment (QMRA) 369
Ian Douglas, City of Ottawa, Joshua Elliott
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON11
Life Cycle Assessment and Treatment Sustainability
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Moderator: Pinar Omur-Ozbek
Performance and Sustainability Evaluation SIX®-Ceramac®
in Comparison with Conventional Pre-Treatment Techniques
for Surface Water Treatment 383
Michaela Bogosh, James Malley, Gilbert Galjaard,
Erik Koreman
UV Advanced Oxidation for Taste-and-Odor Control:
Understanding Life-Cycle Cost and Sustainability 402
Paul Swaim, CH2M HILL, Matt Ridens, Adam Festger,
Alan Royce
Life Cycle Assessment of Ion Exchange Treatment Systems
for Perchlorate in Drinking Water 418
Jong Kwon Choe, Michelle Mehnert, Timothy Strathmann,
Charles Werth
MON12
Residuals and Reuse
Track: Regulation, Detection & Treatment
Moderator: Mike Elliott
Coagulant Recovery: An Economic Feasibility Study and
Lab Assessment 434
James Keeley, University of Cranfield, Peter Jarvis,
Simon Judd
Prescribed Pretreatment for Limiting Constituents in
Reclaimed Water Concentrate 438
Qun (Charlie) He, Carollo Engineers, Guy Carpenter,
Zhuang Liu, Mark Urban, Paul Westerhoff, Jun Wang
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON13
Wastewater Impacts on Drinking Water Sources
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: David G. Wahman
List of Lists–You Don’t Find It If You Don’t Look For It
Andrew Eaton, MWH Laboratories, Ali Haghani
458
Evaluation of the Impacts of Combined Sewer Overflows
(CSOs) on Drinking Water Intakes (DWIs) 472
Annie-Sophie Madoux-Humery, Ecole Polytechnique of
Montreal, Sarah Dorner, Sebastien Sauve,
Khadija Aboulfadl, Martine Galarneau, Pierre Servais,
Michele Prevost
Exploitation of Impaired-Quality Water Resources for
Drinking Water: Emerging Trends and Technologies 483
Gary Amy, King Abdullah University of Science and
Technology, Jorg Drewes, Zaid Chowdhury
Indirect Potable Reuse (IPR) by Soil Aquifer Treatment
(SAT): A Robust, Multi-Contaminant Process 501
Gary Amy, King Abdullah University of
Science and Technology, Jorg Drewes,
Thomas Missimer, Saroj Sharm
Pilot Study of Advanced Water Treatment Processes to
Purify Secondary Effluent 519
Sun Liang, Metro Water District of Southern California,
Rob Morton, Chi-Chung Tang, James Barry, Tom Knapp,
Nick Smal
Pharmaceutical & Personal Care Product (PPCP) Testing in
the City of Ottawa’s Drinking Water Supply: What Does It
All Mean? 537
Erin Gorman, City of Ottawa, Ian Douglas
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON14
Removal of PPCPs Under Various Treatment Regimes
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Moderator: Steven Quail
Assessing Selected PPCP Removals From Various
Enhanced Biofiltration Schemes 551
Adria Fichter, University of New Hampshire,
M. Robin Collins, David Reckhow
Occurrence of UV Filters in Source Waters and Fate During
Drinking Water Treatment 555
Stephen Duirk, University of Akron, Daniel Leslie
Screening for PPCPs in Drinking Water Using a 3-D Ion Trap
and Automated Online Sample Preparation 568
Mary Blackburn, Thermo Fisher Scientific,
Yukiko Kawahara, Maria Prieto Conaway
Removal of Perfluorinated Compounds by Powdered
Activated Carbon: Effect of Base Material and Particle Size N/A
Detlef Knappe, North Carolina State University,
Leigh-Ann Dudley
Degradation Kinetics of Selected Micropollutants in Aqueous
Solutions by Ozonation and UV/H2O2 579
Xiaohui Jin, Residence, Sigrid Peldszus, Peter Huck
Ozone for Reclaimed Water Disinfection, NDMA Control, and
Emerging Contaminant Reduction 590
Benjamin Lee, Water Works Engineers, John Matta,
Arthur Nunez, Omogbemiga Talabi
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON15
Modeling Uses and Control Strategies in the
Distribution System
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Moderator: Megan Roberts
Real-Time Modeling of Water Distribution System Behavior:
Development and Piloting of EPANET-RTX and First
Utility Impressions 604
James Uber, Citilogics, LLC, Robert Janke, Sam Hatchett,
Dominic Boccelli
Identification of Potential Resolutions for Water Quality
Improvements Using All-Pipes Distribution System Model 611
Haishan Piao, Greater Cincinnati Water Works,
Yeongho Lee, Jerry Edwards, Yann LeGouellec, Mark Ginty,
Jerry Corbett, Jeffrey Swertfeger
Modeling Assumptions Influencing the Assessment of Public
Health Risks From Microbial Intrusion Events in Distribution
Systems 625
Marie-Claude Besner, Chaire Industrielle, Michele Prevost,
Stig Regli
Predicting Inactivation of Bacillus Spores and E. coli
When Introduced Into a Water Distribution System With
Growth Medium 639
Regan Murray, USEPA, National Homeland Security
Research Center, Noreen Adcock, Gene Rice, James Uber
Effective Microbial Control Strategies for Main Breaks and
Depressurization 642
Gregory Kirmeyer, HDR Engineering, Tim Thomure,
Rezaur Rahman, Mark LeChevallier
Pressure Management Baseline to Optimized Utility Case
Studies 661
Jian Yang, American Water, Mark LeChevallier, Minhua Xu,
David Hughes
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON16
Sources and Transport of Microbes in Water
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Moderator: Elizabeth Turner
Influence of Microbial Immigration and Infiltration on the Bulk
Water Microbiota in a Drinking Water Distribution System 671
Ameet Pinto, University of Michigan, Tzu-Hsin Chiao,
Chuan-Wu Xi, Lutgarde Raskin
Extracellular Polymeric Substance Effects on Pathogen
Transport: Implications for Land Use Management and
Filter Operation 678
Nicole McLellan, University of Waterloo, Monica Emelko
Decreasing Cyanobacteria Blooms by Managing Seasonal
Succession of Phytoplankton 685
Robert Kortmann, Ecosystem Consulting Service
Phylogenetic Diversity of Coliform Bacteria Isolated in USA 696
Wen Tso Liu, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign,
Ya Zhang, Mark LeChevallier
The Use of Bacteroides Specific Molecular Markers to
Identify Sources of Fecal Contamination in Natural Waters 702
Morteza Abbaszadegan, Arizona State University,
Absar Alum, Leila Kabiri, Channah Rock, Jean McLain
Development of a Method to Monitor the Occurrence of
Torque Teno Virus in Sources and Drinking Waters 715
Zong Liu, University of Wisconsin, Sharon Long,
Jeanine Plummer
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON17
Coagulation, Flocculation, and Media Filtration:
New Ways to Look at Traditional Treatment Method
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Moderator: Elizabeth Pyles
Resurrection of Old Technologies for New Issues:
Implementation of New 24-mgd Slow Sand Filtration Plant
for LT2 Compliance 721
Teresa Peterson, HDR Engineering, Pierre Kwan,
Frank Nicholson, Tom Krebs
Determination of Optimum Zeta Potential of Filter Inlet Water
to Maximize Particulate Removal Using GAC Filter
Adsorbers 722
Sreeram Rengaraj, Wilson Engineers, Uday Gandhe,
David Dill, Brian Fayle, Troy Hayes, Maluno Kindred
Improving Granular Media Filtration Performance by Media
Roughness 734
Monica Emelko, University of Waterloo, Chao Jin
“Wall Effects” During Filtration Investigations:
Reconsideration of Column-Diameter to Collector-Diameter
Ratio Recommendations 741
Nicole McLellan, University of Waterloo, Jessica McLeod,
Monica Emelko
Do Biofilm or Trace Metals Accumulated on the Surface of
Granular Media Impact Cryptosporidium Removal? 757
Isabelle Papineau, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal,
Pierre Servais, Nathalie Tufenkji, Benoit Barbeau
Trials and Tribulations of Operating a Full-Scale Post-Filter
Chlorine Contact Basin in a Large Conventional Treatment
Plant 767
Nicole Charlton, Philadelphia Water Department,
Steven Demmer
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
MON18
Regulatory Crystal Ball
Track: Regulation, Detection & Treatment
Moderator: Darren Lytle
Climate Change Impacts on the Regulatory Landscape
Jonathan Gledhill, Policy Navigation Group
783
Development of a Water Quality Health Index (WQHI) to
Measure Chemical and Microbial Risks in Drinking Water 793
Ian Douglas, City of Ottawa, Andy Campbell
Regulatory Implications of New Findings on UV
Disinfection of Adenovirus in Drinking Water 808
Karl Linden, University of Colorado at Boulder,
O. Karl Scheible, Phyllis Posy
Group Regulation of Carcinogenic VOCs Part I: Developing
the Group 816
Damon Roth, EE&T, Inc., David Cornwell
Group Regulation of Carcinogenic VOCs Part II: Assessing
VOC Occurrence 828
Chad Seidel, Jacobs Engineering Group
Nitrosamines: Potential Regulatory Approaches and Impacts
to Drinking Water Utilities 839
Caroline Russell, Malcolm Pirnie/Arcadis, Steve Via,
Nicole Blute, Zaid Chowdhury
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Monday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
ST1MON
A Sustainable Systems Approach for Drinking Water
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Moderator: Thomas Speth
The Role of Water in Sustainable Systems
Joseph Fiksel, Ohio State University
850
Water Sustainability in the US 861
Mark LeChevallier, American Water
Water Sustainability in Singapore 871
Tai-Shung Chung, Provost’s Chair Professor,
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular
Engineering, National University of Singapore
ST2TUE
Water Quality and Supply in the Southwest
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: Uday Gandhe
Water Quality Monitoring at Salt River Project
Gregg Elliott
895
Characterization of Organics in Arizona Surface Waters:
Size and TEP 908
Paul Westerhoff, Arizona State University, Chao-An Chiu
Adventures in Water Quality and Treatment on the Buckman
Direct Diversion Project–From Pilot Testing to Operation 916
Jeremy Anderson, Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.,
Gary Durrant
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
ST3TUE
Emerging Inorganic Water Quality Issues: Chromium-6,
Arsenic, and Fluoride
Track: Regulation, Detection & Treatment
Moderator: J. Alan Roberson
Hexavalent Chromium Treatment Options
Nicole Blute, Malcolm Pirnie/ ARCADIS
931
How Effective Are Existing Arsenic Removal Techniques? 948
Thomas Sorg, USEPA-WSWRD
Projections on New Fluoride Regulatory Activities and
Treatment Options 970
Michelle De Haan, Water Works Engineers, Joyce Donohue,
Eugenio Beltran, Jonathan Koplos
Passe, en Vogue, or de Rigueur? Refining Utility Practice for
Communicating About Emerging Contaminants Science and
Public Health 987
Lisa Ragain, Aqua Vitae
TUE01
Novel Contaminants; Novel Techniques
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Moderator: Glen Boyd
NANOSEP: Removal of Nanoparticles Using Optimized
Conventional Processes 995
Philippe Charles, Karl Glucina, Cirsee-Suez-Environnement,
Mohamed Bizi, Pascal Guiraud, Jerome Labille,
Marie-Laure Janex-Habibi
Enhancing Removal Efficiency of Engineered Nanoparticles
From Water Using Cationic Surfactant-Modified
Magnetite Nanoparticles 1005
Ashish Borgaonkar, New Jersey Institute of Technology
(Civil), Tanapon Phenrat, Taha Marhaba
The Implications of Nanoparticles on Removal of
Trichloroethylene 1014
+D¿]6DOLK University of Cincinnati, George Sorial,
Craig Patterson
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
Catalytic Ozonation Using Carbon-Based Catalysts 1030
Michelle Cummings Barry, Arizona State University,
Kyle Doudrick, Paul Westerhoff
Impact of DOC, EBCT, and Pretreatment on the GAC
Adsorption of Trace Organic Contaminants 1038
Christopher Corwin, University of Colorado at Boulder,
R. Scott Summers, Anthony Kennedy, Janet Cardenas,
Angela Mastropole, Detlef Knappe
Competitive Adsorption of Natural Organic Matter and
Synthetic Organic Compounds by Carbon Nanotubes and
Activated Carbons 1044
A.J. Brooks, James Kilduff
TUE02
Causes of Lead Release and Contribution to
Human Exposure
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Moderator: Quirien Muylwyk
Effects of Oxidants and Reductants on the Dissolution Rate
of the Lead Corrosion Product PbO2 1053
Yin Wang, Jiewei Wu, Daniel Giammar
Deposition Corrosion of Water Distribution System Materials 1063
Brandi Clark, Virginia Tech, Ana Hernandez, Marc Edwards
Experimental Investigation of Lead Release During
Connection of Lead and Copper Pipes 1078
Daniel Giammar, Washington University, Yin Wang, He Jing,
Abigail Cantor, Gregory Welter
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
Full vs. Partial Lead Service Line Replacement and Lead
Release in a Well-Buffered Groundwater 1095
Monique Waller, Abby Spielmacher, Joanna Olesiuk,
Vince Suffoletta, CH2M HILL
Evaluating the Contribution of Lead Service Lines on Blood
Lead Levels (BLLs) of Young Children in Canada 1109
Michele Prevost, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal,
Shokoufeh Nour, Patrick Levallois, France Lemieux,
Monique D’Amour, Denis Gauvin, Julie St-Laurent,
Elise Deshommes
Contribution of Particulate Pb in Tap Water to Human
Exposure: Bioaccessibility Experiments 1122
Elise Deshommes, Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal,
Shokoufeh Nour, Michele Prevost
TUE03
Microbial Detection and Characterization
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Moderator: Rebecca Hoffman
Rapid Analysis of Bacteria in Drinking Water With Flow
Cytometry: Current Applications and Future
Automation Potential 1128
Frederik Hammes, Eawag
Detection of E. coli O157:H7 From a Water Sample by qPCR 1137
Keya Sen, USEPA
Comparison of Sensitivity and Specificity of Five Nested
PCR-Based Cryptosporidium Genotyping Tools 1151
Na Li, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,
Lihua Xiao, Yaoyu Feng, Kerri Alderisio, Norma Ruecker,
Norman Neumann
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
Improved Viability Assay to Accurately Detect Microbial
Pathogens in Water: Development for Salmonella and
Campylobacter 1173
Avid Banihashemi, University of Waterloo,
Michele Van Dyke, Peter Huck
Detection of Microbial Contaminations in Drinking Water
Using ATP Measurements: Evaluating Potential for Online
Monitoring 1181
Hans-Joergen Albrechtsen, Technical University of Denmark,
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A New Instrument-Based Technology for Detection of Total
Coliforms and E. coli in Under 9 Hours 1187
Randi McCuin, Tetra Tech-Clancy Environmental
Consultants, Jon Standridge, Jennifer Clancy
TUE04
Membrane Pretreatment and Fouling Issues
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Moderator: Khalil Atasi
Water Quality Impacted by External Events in the
Demonstration-Scale Under-Ocean Floor Seawater
Intake System 1201
Yan Zhang, Long Beach Water Department, Tai Tseng,
Robert Cheng, Kevin Wattier
Removal of Organic Matter in Saline Water by Coagulation 1213
Orren Schneider, American Water, Lauren Weinrich,
Mark LeChevallier
Interactions Between Water Treatment Polymers and
Membranes: Practical Implications 1226
Charles Liu, Pall Corporation, Sen Wang, Qilin Li
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
Potential Application of D-Amino Acids in Biofouling Control
of Nanofiltration Membranes 1239
Qilin Li, Cong Yu, Rice University, Alison Contreras
Bioassays and Biomass Parameters for Diagnosis and
Control of Biofouling of RO/NF Membranes 1248
Wim Hijnen, KWR Watercycle Research Institute,
Dick Van der Kooij, Emile Cornelissen
Impact of RO Membrane Surface Chemistry on Organic
Fouling in Seawater Desalination 1259
Qilin Li, Rice University, Jinjian Wu, Alison Contreras
TUE05
Biofilms and Biological Stability in the
Distribution System
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Moderator: Jan Routt
Non-Invasive Techniques to Predict Probable Biofilm
Locations 1268
Mary Drikas, Australian Water Quality Centre, David Cook,
Todd Lowe
Efficacy of Model Disinfectant on Biofilm and Biofilm
Detachment 1279
Zheng Xue, University of Toledo, Youngwoo Seo,
Cyndee Gruden
Using Artificial Biofilm Attachment Experiments to
Understand the Role of Pipe Wall Biofilm on Particle
Transport in WDS 1287
Ines Schrottenbaum, University of Cincinnati, James Uber,
Jeffrey Szabo
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
Impact of Monochloramine Disinfection on the Development
of Groundwater Biofilms 1295
Fangqiong Ling, University of Illinois, Wen-Tso Liu
Microbiological Aspects of Corrosion Control in Premise
Plumbing 1296
Sarah Payne, Dalhousie University, John Bergese,
Graham Gagnon
Microbial Community Composition and Dynamics in a
Non-Chlorinated Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution
System 1301
Chiachi Hwang, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign,
Karin Lautenschlager, Oliver Koster, Hans Vrouwenvelder,
Frederik Hammes, Wen-Tso Liu
TUE06
Alternative Water Resources Posters
Track: Source Water Protection
Closing the Loop: Reclaimed Water Quality Impacts on a
Campus Utility System N/A
Matthew Van Horne, Hazen and Sawyer, Richard Cisterna
Maximizing Water Resources: Advanced Oxidation
Processes for Turning Contaminated Water Into Potable
Drinking Water 1303
James Collins, Malcolm Pirnie, Christine Cotton
Rapid Denitrification in a Deep Basalt Aquifer: Implications
for Aquifer Storage and Recovery 1320
Dennis Nelson, Oregon Dept. of Human Services Drinking
Water Program, Jason Melady
An Oasis of Ideas for a Changing Environment
Tuesday
Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, Arizona | November 13–17
TUE07
DBP Posters
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Bench-Scale Testing Pre-Treatment and GAC Synergies for
the Scottsdale, Arizona Chaparral WTP 1338
Amlan Ghosh, Jacobs Engineering Group,
Stephen Acquafredda, Chad Seidel, Christopher Corwin,
R. Scott Summers, Mark Xerxis
Staying Free—An Investigation of DBP Mitigation Strategies
to Remain on Free Chlorine 1354
P. Greg Pope, Carollo Engineers,
Thomas Crowley, Julian Fairey, David Haas, Gary Hum
Controlling DBPs to Meet Stage 2: Guidelines for
Optimization N/A
Kathryn Hoek, Hazen and Sawyer, Matthew Valade,
Bill Becker, Donna Hanscom, Brian Gaffney
Tipping the Scales: Increasing Chloramine Residual and
Limiting DBP Formation in a High-Bromide Surface Water 1365
P. Greg Pope, Carollo Engineers, Justin Sutherland,
Hutch Musallam, Tom Kerr, Will Wilde
State-of-the-Art Quantitative Modeling of Chlorine and THMs 1370
Michael Price, MWH Americas, Inc., George Kastl, Ian Fisher
Controlling Disinfection and DBP Concentrations in a Water
Supply Network That Experiences Variable Source
Waters—A Case Study 1388
Jason West, South Australian Water Corporation,
George Kastl
Effective and Low-Cost DBP Control Through Reservoir
Volume Management N/A
Stephen Davis, Black & Veatch, Troy Bontrager,
Christopher Tadanier, Brandy Thigpen
A Unique Solution to Stage 2 DBP Rule Compliance:
Preparation Through Effective Communication 1392
Craig Caggiano, City of Tempe–Water Utilities
Department, Herbert Durbin
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TUE08
Analytical Methods and Monitoring Posters
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Got Milk? Improved Recovery of Cryptosporidium From
Raw Water Using a Modified Procedure 1406
Colin Fricker, Analytical Services, Inc., Carolyn Fogg,
Tarah Miller, Paul Warden, Bradley Eldred, Ryon Edwards,
Ann Richter, Yone Akagi
Evaluating an In-Process Multiple Wavelength UV
Spectrolyzer’s Capability to Monitor TTHMs and HAAs 1409
Jeff Cochran, Birmingham Water Works Board, Patty Barron
Size Exclusion Chromatography for the Characterization of
Dissolved Organic Fractions Across Drinking Water Unit
Processes N/A
Chao-An Chiu, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona,
Paul Westerhoff
TUE09
Treatment Posters
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Nitrate Sensitized Degradation of Free Chlorine During
Ultraviolet Irradiation 1410
Traci Brooks, Aaron Dotson, Karl Linden
Integration of Wastewater Treatment and Water Softening
Using Microbial Desalination Cell Technology N/A
Kristen Brastad, Zhen He
Capacitive Desalination and Purification of Water: A Focus
on Regeneration of Exhausted Carbon Nanofoam N/A
Sanjay Tewari, Bill Batchelor
Treatment of MIEX Waste Brine to Remove NOM and Trace
Contaminants 1411
Yesher Larsen, John Tobiason, Minh Hai Pham,
Caitlin Jenkins
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Retrofit of Conventional Treatment Plants With
GAC Biofiltration N/A
Trisha Brown, Arcadis-Malcolm Pirnie,
Patty Barron, Jason Carter, Zaid Chowdhury
Partnership for Safe Water Performance 1429
Improvement for Treatment Plants & Distribution Systems
James Fay, Champlain Water District
Impact of Increases in Shear and pH on the Release of
Organic Matter After Enhanced Coagulation 1441
Irene Slavik, Technische Universität Dresden,
Regina Mokosch, Susanne Mueller, Wolfgang Uhl
Beneficial Reuse of Pelletized Softening Residuals
Zhuang Liu, Carollo Engineers, Qun (Charlie) He,
Mark Urban, Tiffany Yee, Peter Fox
N/A
ST4TUE
Lead Service Line Replacement
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Moderator: Glen Boyd
DC Water Experience Engaging Customers in Lead Service
Line Replacements and a Review of Post LSR Data 1448
Richard Giani, DC Water
Putting the Pieces Together, an SOP for Lead Service
Line Replacement 1460
Anne Sandvig, The Cadmus Group, Inc., Steve Via
Optimized Corrosion Control When Getting the Lead Out Is
Not Possible or Not Enough 1465
Christopher Hill, Brown and Caldwell
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ST5TUE
Moving Molecular Techniques Into Methods
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Moderator: Leah Villegas
Molecular Methods in the Water Industry: Are We There Yet? 1479
Paul Rochelle, Metropolitan Water District
TUE11
Securing the Water Supply: Preparedness,
Detection and Response
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: Dan Kroll
Improving Water Utility Resiliency and Preparedness: New
Tools to Aid in Response and Recovery as a Component
of Security 1493
Richard Weisman, USEPA, Laura Kwong, Alfredo Lagos
The Impact of Polling Frequency on Water Quality Event
Detection 1497
Steven Allgeier, USEPA-OGWDW, Chris Korbe,
Elad Salomons, Florian Edthofer, Sean McKenna,
Adva Zach-Maor
To Detect or Not to Detect; Challenging Event Detection 1510
Algorighms With Real World Data Systems
Dan Kroll, Hach
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Tuesday
Causes of False Alarms in Inferential Event Detection
Systems for Distribution System Water Quality Monitoring 1523
Edwin Roehl, John Cook, Advanced Data
Mining International, LLC, Ruby Daamen, Uwe Mundry
Detection of Distribution System Contamination Incidents
Using Online Water Quality Monitoring 1546
Steven Allgeier, USEPA-OGWDW,
Katie Umberg, Reese Johnson, Nalin Sahni
Contaminant Warning Protocols and Public Notification:
A Framework to Improve Preparedness and Response in the
National Capital 1556
Lisa Ragain, Aqua Vitae
TUE12
New and Emerging DBPs
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Moderator: Yuefeng Xie
Determination of Iodinated Acetic Acids in Drinking Water 1563
Yongtao Li, Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.,
Joshua Whitaker, Christina McCarty
Using Fluorescence Measurements to Relate
Physicochemical Properties of NOM to Disinfection
By-Product Formation and Control 1565
Ashley Pifer, University of Arkansas, Julian Fairey
Identification of a New Class of Disinfection By-Products:
Halobenzoquinones 1577
Yuli Zhao, University of Alberta, Jessica Boyd, Wei Wang,
Steve Hrudey, Xing-Fang Li
Ozone for NDMA Destruction? 1590
Ashley Wille, CH2M HILL, Paul Swaim,
Lawrence Schimmoller, Timothy Maloney
Spatio-Temporal Variability of Emerging Disinfection
By-Products in a Drinking Water Distribution System 1603
Catherine Mercier Shanks, Manuel Rodriguez,
Jean-Baptiste Serodes
Impact of NaCl and NaHCO3 Regenerant Solutions on DBP
Precursor Material Retention on Anion Exchange Resin 1616
Richard Brown, Environmental Engineering and Technology,
Inc., Robert Wichser
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TUE13
Low-Pressure Membrane Removal and Case Studies
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Moderator: Brent Alspach
Effect of Adsorbent Particle Size on Microgranular
Adsorptive Filtration 1645
Zhenxiao Cai, Univ. of Washington Dept. Civil & Env. Eng.,
Mark Benjamin
Sensitivity Analysis of the Pressure-Based Direct Integrity
Test for Membranes Used in Drinking Water Treatment 1658
John Minnery, Ontario Ministry of the Environment—Safe
Drinking Wtr. Branch, Joseph Jacangelo, Leslie Boden,
Donna Vorhees, Richard Clapp, Wendy Heiger-Bernays
Removal of Virus Surrogates by Clean and Fouled
Ultrafiltration Membranes 1665
Ahmed Mohamed El-Hadidy, University of Waterloo,
Michele Van Dyke, Sigrid Peldszus, Peter Huck
All Stressed Out: Ceramic Membrane Confessions, A Five
Pilot Review 1675
Emily Gilbert, Kruger, Inc., Reid Staton, Tom Place
Impact of Changing Source Water Quality on a Direct
Membrane Filtration Plant: Comparing Pilot and Full-Scale
Plant Performance 1691
Ryan Rhoades, CH2M HILL, Jim Lozier, Richard Sacks,
Paul Swaim, Michael Hwang
How to Achieve Smooth Membrane Operation: Lessons
Learned From 18 True Stories 1707
YuJung Chang, HDR Engineering, Inc.
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TUE14
The Versatility of Biological Treatment
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Biological Iron Removal Using Manganese Dioxide Media
Filtration in Cold Temperatures 1736
Rebecca Venot, CH2M HILL, Mark Carlson
Micropollutant Biodegradation and Adsorption in
Biologically Active Drinking Water Filters With Granular
Activated Carbon 1743
Katherine Dowdell, Tom Zearley, R. Scott Summers
Oxidation of Ammonia in Source Water Using
Biological Filtration 1747
Colin White, University of Cincinnati, USEPA, Darren Lytle,
Daniel Williams, Christy Muhlen
Removal of Arsenic, and Vanadium in Bench-Scale
Biological Filters 1758
Jordan Schmidt, Graham Gagnon
Treatment Oriented Method to Determine Removal-Potential
of Biological Treatment for NOM-Components 1760
Wolfgang Uhl, Technische Universität Dresden
Backwashing and Disinfection to Optimize Chemical and
Microbiological Effluent Quality From a Fixed-Bed Bioreactor
Removing Nitrate and Arsenic 1768
Tara Clancy, University of Michigan, Alyssa Jenkins,
Tzu-Hsin Chiao, Kathryn Snyder, Giridhar Upadhyaya,
Ameet Pinto, Jess Brown, Kim Hayes, Chuan-Wu Xi,
Lutgarde Raskin
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TUE15
The ABCs of Laboratory Methodologies
Track: Regulation, Detection & Treatment
Moderator: Betsy Shepherd
Comparison of a Rapid Bioluminescence-Based Assimilable
Organic Carbon (AOC) Assay With the Standard Method 1773
Menu Leddy, Orange County Water District, Richard Bold
Monitoring DOM Removal and Transformation During
Drinking Water Treatment by 3D Fluorescence 1780
Aaron Dotson, University of Alaska Anchorage,
Paul Westerhoff, Katherine Beggs, Mikala Larsen
Detection of Low-Level Estrogenic Endocrine
Disruptors in Water 1785
John Gordon, Alion Science and Technology, Andrew Chu
Performance-Based Analytical Method for Determination of
Nine Nitrosamines Using Isotope Dilution and CI/MS/MS
Techniques 1796
Lee Yoo, Orange County Water District, Michael Wehner
A Simple and Inexpensive Kit for Measuring Total THMs and
Total HAAs in Drinking Water 1811
Gary Emmert, University of Memphis, Paul Simone,
Christina Henson, Yin Yee Choo, Aaron Brown,
Megan Larson, Wei Wu-Emmert
Evaluation of Online Solid-Phase Extraction–LC/MS/MS for
the Analysis of Chemicals on USEPA’s Contaminant
Candidate List 3 1824
Jody Shoemaker, USEPA, Dan Tettenhorst
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WEDEB1
Early Bird–Hydraulic Fracturing and Drinking Water
Wednesday
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: Jonathan Pressman
Draft Plan to Study the Potential Impacts of
Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources
Jeanne Briskin, USEPA
1830
ST6WED
Is Your Source Groundwater, Surface Water, or
Something In-Between?
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: Patricia Klonicki
GW or GWUDI or Somewhere In-between
Stephen Hubbs, University of Louisville
1843
Improving Microscopic Particulate Analysis—A Presentation
on the Development of the USEPA “Consensus Method” 1855
Patricia Klonicki, CSC
Riverbank Filtration Demonstration of Performance
Evaluations 1863
William Gollnitz, Tetra Tech/Earthworks, Jennifer Clancy
.
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ST7WED
New Research in Biotechnologies: Solutions to
Current and Emerging Contaminants
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Moderator: Kerry Meyer
GWUDISW and Riverbank Filtration: A State Approach 1873
Tyson Ingels, CDPHE
Optimizing Chemical and Biologically Based Treatment
Processes for DBP Control 1885
Monica Hoyt, Central Utah Water Conservancy District,
Chance Lauderdale, Carollo Engineers
NSF ETV Testing of Unique Biological Iron, Manganese, and
Ammonia Treatment 1898
Lee Odell, CH2M HILL, Katsu Yamada, Nagaoka
International Corporation
Removal of Micropollutants Through Biologically Based
Processes 1908
Tom Zearley, University of Colorado at Boulder,
Kyle Shimabuku, R. Scott Summers
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WED01
Chlorine and Chloramines
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Moderator: Paul Swaim
Investigating the Presence of HAAs and THMs in Sodium
Hypochlorite Feedstocks 1919
Gary Emmert, University of Memphis, Paul Simone,
Christina Henson, Aaron Brown
Critical Elements in the Manufacture and Application of
Preformed Chloramines 1932
Emily Owens, Trussell Technologies, Fredrick Gerringer,
R. Shane Trussell, R. Rhodes Trussell
Chloramine Conversion to Free Chlorine in A Combined
System 1952
Stephanie Posse, Lori Kappen, Gannett Fleming,
Jamie Shambaugh
Simulations and Experiments Reveal the Relative
Significance of the Free Chlorine/Nitrite Reaction in
Chloraminated Systems 1960
David Wahman, USEPA, Gerald Speitel
Effect of NOM on Monochloramine and Total Chlorine Decay
After a Short Prechlorination Time in the Presence of
Bromide 1971
Abdalrahman Alsulaili, Kuwait University, Lynn Katz,
Gerald Speitel
Role of Nitrification in Accelerating Chloramine Decay
Through Application of Microbial Decay Factor Method 1987
Arumugam Sathasivan, Curtin University of Technology,
George Kastl, Ian Fisher, Bal Krishna KC, Dipok Sarker
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WED02
Controlling Metals Release in the Distribution System
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Moderator: Colleen Arnold
The Impact of Orthophosphate on Copper Corrosion and
Chlorine Demand 2000
Darren Lytle, USEPA-WSWRD, Jennifer Liggett
Distribution System Diagnostics: Geo-Referencing Historical
LCR Data to Determine the Causes of Lead in Drinking
Water 2009
Matthew McFadden, HDR Engineering, Inc.,
Leonard Schantz, Pierre Kwan, Steve Reiber
Electrochemical Reversal and the Effects of Flow Pattern on
Galvanic Corrosion of Lead 2027
Roger Arnold, Virginia Tech, Marc Edwards
Controlling Lead Release in a Water Distribution System,
Which Experienced an Increase in Chloride to Sulfate Mass
Ratio 2034
Benjamin Klayman, Black & Veatch, Gordon McGhee,
Tracy Triplett, Catherine Spencer, Lee Moore,
Robert Cummings
Predicting Arsenic Intrusion in a Drinking Water Distribution
System: Implications for Decontamination Strategies 2046
Jennifer Hagar, USEPA, Regan Murray, Terra Haxton,
John Hall, Jeffrey Szabo
Arsenic Accumulation and Release Studies Using a Cast 2059
Iron Pipe Section From a Drinking Water Distribution System
Darren Lytle, USEPA-WSWRD, Jennifer Liggett
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WED03
Cryptosporidium and Other Nuisance Organisms
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Moderator: Paul Rochelle
The Hunt for Green Fluorescence: Portland Water Bureau’s
One-Year Cryptosporidium Study in the Bull Run Watershed 2068
Yone Akagi, Portland Water Bureau, Ann Richter,
Zoe Rodriguez Del Rey
Investigating Matrix Spike Recovery Challenges for the Bull
Run Water Source, Portland, Oregon 2091
Jeffrey Rosen, Tetra Tech-Clancy Environmental,
Yone Akagi, Ann Richter, Paul Westerhoff, Chao-An Chiu,
Justin Irving
Phylogenetic Processes for Analyzing the Sequence
Diversity of Cryptosporidium for Source Tracking From Water
Samples 2106
Norma Ruecker, City of Calgary, Joanne Matsune,
Thomas Edge, Ed Topp, Christoph Sensen, Lihua Xiao,
Norman Neumann, David Lapen, Eric Van Bochove,
Wendell Koning, Hans Schreir
Free-Living Protozoa, Biofilm Bacteria, and Disinfection in
Distributed Water: An Approach to Understanding the
Interactions 2118
Susan Springthorpe, Centre for Research on Environmental
Microbiology (CREM), Richard Kibbee, Alain Stintzi,
Roger Pickup, Jackie Parry, Syed Sattar
Occurrence of Filamentous Fungi in Real Water Sources and
Their Inactivation Using Chlorine and Chloramines 2133
Vanessa Pereira, Instituto de Biologia Experimental
E Tecnológica, Marta Marques, Rosalina Marques,
Maria Vitória San Romão, Maria Crespo
Application of Control Strategies for Mitigation of Nuisance
Aquatic Macrofauna in a Drinking Water Treatment Plant 2136
Joe Hernandez, City of Scottsdale Water Resources,
Jeanne Jensen
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WED04
UV Operation, Monitoring, and Validation
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Moderator: James Malley
Operation, Maintenance, and Reporting Requirements for
Municipal Drinking Water UV Disinfection Facilities 2148
Enoch Nicholson, CH2M HILL, Todd Elliott, Alex Chen,
David Euler, Andrew Niblock, Eric Kiefer, Paul Swaim
Impact of Upstream Treatment Processes on UV System
Design and Operation 2152
Xi Zhao, Black & Veatch, Robert Hulsey, Jeff Neemann,
Donnie Ginn, Matthew Wirtz, Kathy Moriarty
Twelve-Month UV Fouling Study on Unfiltered Source Water 2169
Chad Talbot, Portland Water Bureau, Mark Heath,
Harold Wright, David Peters
Impact of Low-Wavelength UV Light on UV Dose Monitoring
With Medium-Pressure UV Systems 2219
Harold Wright, Carollo Engineers, Jeff Bandy, Mark Heath,
Christian Bokermann, Ronnie Bemus
Use of a High-Resistance Challenge Organism for Validation
of Low-Pressure High-Output UV Reactors for Virus
Inactivation 2234
Brian Petri, Trojan Technologies, Stewart Hayes,
Adam Festger, O. Karl Scheible, Chengyue Shen,
Prakash Patil
Bacillus pumilus Spores for Bioassay Validation of UV
Reactors for Virus Disinfection Credit 2238
Thomas Hargy, Clancy Environmental Consultants, Inc.,
Theng Theng Fong, Florence Fong, Randi McCuin
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WED05
NDMA Formation and Occurrence
Track: Regulation, Detection & Treatment
Moderator: Jennifer Baldwin
Formation of NDMA From Pharmaceuticals–Reaction
Kinetics and Impact From Primary Disinfection 2244
Ruqiao Shen, University of Toronto, Susan Andrews
Formation of NDMA by Chloramination of Nitrogenous
Contaminants: Potential Role of Bromide and Dissolved
Oxygen 2256
Julien Le Roux, University of Poitiers, Herve Gallard,
Jean-Philippe Croue
A Simulated Distribution System Test to Predict the
Formation of Nitrosamines, THMs, and HAAs in Drinking
Water 2264
Stuart Krasner, Metro Water District of Southern California,
Chih-Fen Lee, Eduardo Garcia, William Mitch
NDMA Formation From Gaskets Used in a Water
Storage Tank 2286
Susan Teefy, East Bay Municipal Utilities District,
Clifford Chan
PolyDADMAC and Dimethylamine as Precursors of
N-Nitrosodimethylamine During Ozonation 2304
Ching-Hua Huang, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Lokesh Padhye, Sang-Hyuck Park
Six Years of Nitrosamine Monitoring in Philadelphia 2316
Adam Eyring, Philadelphia Water Department
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ST8WED
Microbial Water Quality at the
Tap: An Emerging Issue
Track: Microbiology & Lab Methods
Moderator: Marsha Pryor
Biofilm Control: Nutrients, Disinfection and Pipe Materials 2322
Anne Camper, Montana State University
The Interplay of Plumbing Materials, Home Filters,
Disinfection and Nutrients in Controlling Nitrification in
Premise Plumbing 2336
Yan Zhang, Long Beach Water Department, Marc Edwards
The Occurrence of Amoebae and Legionella in Premise
Plumbing 2350
Susan Springthorpe, Centre for Research on Environmental
Microbiology (CREM)
Nontuberculous Mycobacteria in Household Plumbing
Joseph Falkinham, VA Polytechnic Inst. & St Univ., Dept. of
Biology 2367
Amoebae and Amoebae-Resisting Bacteria in Plumbing
Systems: Is There a Risk?
Jean Francois Loret, Suez Environnement-CIRSEE,
Julia Liénard, Gilbert Greub, Yves Lévi, Klara Posfay Barbe,
Alain Gervaix
Mitigation Practices and the Practical Aspects of Premise
Plumbing Problems Relative to Control of Pathogens
Randi Lieberman, Amanda Martin, Virginia Tech University,
Marc Edwards
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Recommendations on Nitrification Prevention: Advances in
Nitrification Prevention and Strategies
Janice Skadsen, CDM
Nitrification Response Recommendations: Knowledge and
Applications From Recent Experiences
Christopher Hill, Brown and Caldwell, Sabine Arweiler
Panel Discussion Q&A Jan Routt, Jan Routt & Associates, LLC
WED06
Cyanobacteria Contamination From Source to Tap
Track: Source Water Protection
Moderator: Pinar Omur-Ozbek
Using a Digital Imaging Flow Cytometry to Quantify
Microcystis Abundance in San Francisco Estuary
Peggy Lehman, California Department Water Resources,
Nicole Poulton, Kevin Marr
Development of Lake Ecosystem Modeling Approaches for
Responding to Cyanobacteria Blooms in a Drinking
Water Source
Marie-Laure De Boutray, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal,
Yves Comeau, Sarah Dorner
Cyanobacterial Contamination: Hydrodynamic Effect on the
Vulnerability of Drinking Water Intake
Mouhamed Ndong, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal,
David Bird, Arash Zamyadi, Michele Prevost, Sarah Dorner
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Cyanobacteria and Their Associated Toxins
in Drinking Water Treatment Plants
Michele Prevost, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal,
Arash Zamyadi
Formation of Disinfection By-Products Resulting From the
Chlorination of Toxic Cyanobacteria
Arash Zamyadi, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal,
Michele Prevost, Lionel Ho, Gayle Newcombe,
Heriberto Bustamante
WED07
Controlling DBPs From Source to Distribution
Track: Emerging Contaminants
Moderator: Michelle De Haan
The Role of Nutrient Levels and Algae on DBP Formation in
Colorado Watersheds: Implications for Source Water Quality
Management
Mandi Hohner, Alia Khan, Diane McKnight,
R. Scott Summers, Fernando Rosario-Ortiz
How to Minimize Disinfection By-Products During the
Production of High-Quality Recycled Water
Katrin Doederer, Advanced Water Management Centre,
Wolfgang Gernjak, Howard Weinberg, Jurg Keller,
Yvan Poussade, Maria Farre
Solar Photolysis of Carbonaceous and Nitrogenous
Disinfection By-Products
Wontae Lee, KICT, Paul Westerhoff, Baiyang Chen,
Hyun-Dong Lee, June-Seok Choi
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Analysis of Photocatalysis Implementation in Water
Treatment Systems for the Removal of DBPs and
Their Precursors
Erin Daugherty, Brooke Mayer, Morteza Abbaszadegan
Combined Disinfectant By-Product Precursor and
Micropollutant Removal With Superfine Powdered
Activated Carbon
Detlef Knappe, North Carolina State University, Susan Dunn
Distribution System TTHM Surface Aeration: Results From
Full-Scale Demonstrations in Arizona
Stephen Acquafredda, Damon S. Williams Associates,
Chad Seidel, Andy Terrey, Jeanne Jensen, George Tang
WED08
Evaluating and Addressing Water Quality Issues in the
Distribution System
Track: Distribution Systems Corrosion
Moderator: Graham Gagnon
Optimal Water Quality to Minimize Distribution System
Problems
Mary Drikas, Australian Water Quality Centre,
Rolando Fabris, Kalan Braun, Jim Morran
‘Actual’ Risk and ‘Perceived’ Risk for Distributed Drinking
Water Quality: Attempt at Reconciliation Using a QFD-Based
Approach
Alex Francisque, Université Laval, Manuel Rodriguez,
Rehan Sadiq, Luis Miranda, Francois Proulx
Risk Modeling of Microbial Control Strategies for Main
Breaks and Depressurization
Mark LeChevallier, American Water, Jian Yang,
Swarna Muthukrishnan, Orren Schneider, Gregory Kirmeyer,
Tim Thomure
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Online Water Quality Monitoring Sensors Evaluation and
Comparison: A Full-Scale Pilot Study Mohammad Bayan, Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, SMU, Xiaofei Cui, Jennifer Cottingham,
Cassia Sanchez, Kenneth Thompson, Andrew Quicksall
Manganese in Drinking Water: Variability Within Distribution
Systems and Performance of Domestic Water Treatment
Benoit Barbeau, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal,
Annie Carriere, Maryse Bouchard
Distribution System Flushing Practice Assessment Utilizing
Real-Time Trihalomethane (THM) and Chlorine Residual
Measurements
Christopher Miller, University of Akron, Andrew Skeriotis,
Kazi Hassan, James Cooper
WED09
Advanced Treatment Processes for Removal of
Trace Organics
Track: Treatment Techniques & Membranes
Moderator: David Hilmoe
Transformation and Toxicity of CCL3 Contaminants
Following AOP Treatment
Austa Parker, Hana Mestankova, Urs von Gunten,
Karl Linden
Nanomaterials: Challenges and Emerging Benefits
Mary Ellen Tuccillo, The Cadmus Group, Inc., Glen Boyd,
Anne Sandvig, JoAnne Shatkin, Dionysios Dionysiou
Removal of Trace Organics and Engineered
Nanomaterials in Wetland Microcosms Fariya Sharif, Paul Westerhoff
Castaic Lake Water Agency Operating Experience With
Lead-Lag Anion Exchange for Perchlorate Removal
Joseph Drago, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants,
James Leserman
Robustness of MIEX Treatment With Respect to Seasonal
Variations in Water Quality Treavor Boyer, University of Florida
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Wednesday
WED10
Introduction to Biological Treatment and
Organics Removal
Track: Sustainable Water/Biological & Other Treatment Methods
Moderator: Glen Boyd
A Critical Assessment of the Operation and Performance of
Full-Scale Biological Filters
Patrick Evans, CDM, Jennifer Smith, Orren Schneider,
Mark LeChevallier
A Monitoring Toolbox for Biological Filters
Jennifer Smith, CDM, Patrick Evans, Mark LeChevallier,
Orren Schneider
Operational & Design Considerations of a GAC Biofiltration
Retrofit for Organics Removal Jason Carter, Malcolm Pirnie, the Water Division of Arcadis,
Patty Barron, Trisha Brown, Zaid Chowdhury
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Investigation of Geosmin-Degrading Bacterial Communities
on Full-Scale GAC Filters
Katheryn Hope Wilkinson, Raymond Hozalski,
Timothy LaPara
Removal of Taste-and-Odor Causing Compounds—Granular
Activated Carbon Adsorption or Biologically Active
Filtration?
Hua Jiang, Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority,
Robert Brownwood
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