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Water Science & Technology
Volume 49 Number 11-12
Biofilm Systems V (Selected Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Biofilm Systems, held in Cape Town, South Africa, 14-18 September, 2003)
Contents
1–7
Aerobic granular sludge technology: an alternative to activated sludge?
L.M.M. de Bruin, M.K. de Kreuk, H.F.R. van der Roest, C. Uijterlinde and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
9–17
Selection of slow growing organisms as a means for improving aerobic granular sludge stability
M.K. de Kreuk and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
19–25
The effect of intermittent feeding on aerobic granule structure
B.S. McSwain, R.L. Irvine and P.A. Wilderer
27–34
Formation mechanism of nitrifying granules observed in an aerobic upflow fluidized bed (AUFB) reactor
S. Tsuneda, Y. Ejiri, T. Nagano and A. Hirata
35–40
The effect of upflow air velocity on the structure of aerobic granules cultivated in a sequencing batch reactor
J.H. Tay, Q.S. Liu and Y. Liu
41–46
Aerobic granular sludge in an SBR-system treating wastewater rich in particulate matter
N. Schwarzenbeck, R. Erley and P.A. Wilderer
47–52
Trickling filters for upgrading low technology wastewater plants for nitrogen removal
P. Pearce
53–60
Difficulties in maintaining long-term partial nitritation of ammonium-rich sludge digester liquids in a moving-bed biofilm reactor (MBBR)
C. Fux, D. Huang, A. Monti and H. Siegrist
61–68
Effects of hydroxylamine on microbial community structure and function of autotrophic nitrifying biofilms determined by in situ hybridization and the use of microelectrodes
T. Kindaichi, S. Okabe, H. Satoh and Y. Watanabe
69–76
Improved nitrogen removal in upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactors by incorporation of Anammox bacteria into the granular sludge
J.E. Schmidt, D.J. Batstone and I. Angelidaki
77–82
Anaerobic ammonium oxidation of ammonium-rich waste streams in fixed-bed reactors
C. Fux, V. Marchesi, I. Brunner and H. Siegrist
83–90
Model-based evaluation of COD influence on a partial nitrification-Anammox biofilm (CANON) process
X.-D. Hao and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
91–97
Effect of an industrial waste water on the nitrification in fixed-bed biofilm reactors - use of fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH)
P. Hörsch, J. Leve and F.H. Frimmel
99–105
High nitrification rate at low pH in a fluidized bed reactor with chalk as the biofilm carrier
S. Tarre, M. Beliavski, N. Denekamp, A. Gieseke, D. de Beer and M. Green
107–113
Experimental study on nitrification in a submerged aerated biofilter
G. Farabegoli, A. Chiavola, E. Rolle and S. Stracquadanio
115–122
Quantification of biofilms in a sub-surface flow wetland and their role in nutrient removal
E. Larsen and M. Greenway
123–130
Effect of solid hold-up on nitrite accumulation in a biofilm reactor - molecular characterization of nitrifying communities
N. Bernet, O. Sanchez, P. Dabert, A. Olaïzola, J.J. Godon and J.P. Delgenès
131–136
Introduction to the IWA Task Group on Biofilm Modeling
D.R. Noguera and E. Morgenroth
137–144
Biofilm modeling with AQUASIM
O. Wanner and E. Morgenroth
145–154
Comparing biofilm models for a single species biofilm system
E. Morgenroth, H.J. Eberl, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht, D.R. Noguera, G.E. Pizarro, C. Picioreanu, B.E. Rittmann, A.O. Schwarz and O. Wanner
155–162
Modelling a spatially heterogeneous biofilm and the bulk fluid: selected results from Benchmark Problem 2 (BM2)
H.J. Eberl, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht, E. Morgenroth, D.R. Noguera, J. Perez, C. Picioreanu, B.E. Rittmann, A.O. Schwarz and O. Wanner
163–168
Results from the multi-species Benchmark Problem (BM3) using one-dimensional models
B.E. Rittmann, A.O. Schwarz, H.J. Eberl, E. Morgenroth, J. Perez, M. van Loosdrecht and Oskar Wanner
169–176
Results from the multi-species Benchmark Problem 3 (BM3) using two-dimensional models
D.R. Noguera and C. Picioreanu
177–185
Assessment of three-dimensional biofilm models through direct comparison with confocal microscopy imaging
J.B. Xavier, C. Picioreanu and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
187–192
A new mathematical model for chemotactic bacterial colony growth
E. Alpkvist, N. Chr. Overgaard, S. Gustafsson and A. Heyden
193–198
Two-dimensional cellular automaton model for mixed-culture biofilm
G.E. Pizarro, C. Garcia, R. Moreno and M. E. Sepulveda
199–205
Increasing the capacity for treatment of chemical plant wastewater by replacing existing suspended carrier media with Kaldnes Moving Bed(tm) media at a plant in Singapore
F.G. Wessman, E. Yan Yuegen, Q. Zheng, G. He, T. Welander and B. Rusten
207–214
Treatment of municipal wastewater in a hybrid process using a new suspended carrier with large surface area
M. Christensson and T. Welander
215–222
Biological granulated activated carbon fluidized bed reactor for atrazine remediation
M. Herzberg, C.G. Dosoretz, S. Tarre, M. Beliavski and M. Green
223–230
Hydrogen-based, hollow-fiber membrane biofilm reactor for reduction of perchlorate and other oxidized contaminants
R. Nerenberg and B.E. Rittmann
231–236
Methanotrophic biodegradation of cis-1,2-dichloroethylene in a continuously fed fixed-film bioreactor
J.P. Arcangeli and E. Arvin
237–245
Adsorption and biodegradation of azo dye in biofilm processes
J. Li and P.L. Bishop
247–254
IAL-CHS (internal airlift loop - ceramic honeycomb supports) reactor used for biodegradation of 2,4-dichlorophenol and phenol
Y. Zhang, X. Quan, B.E. Rittmann, J. Wang, H. Shi, Y. Qian and J. Yu
255–262
Engineering aspects of a mixed methanotrophic culture in a membrane-aerated biofilm reactor
E. Casey, S. Rishell, B. Glennon and G. Hamer
263–268
Enhancement of biofilm formation onto surface-modified hollow-fiber membranes and its application to a membrane-aerated biofilm reactor
A. Terada, T. Yamamoto, K. Hibiya, S. Tsuneda and A. Hirata
269–275
The fate of legionellae within distribution pipe biofilms: measurement of their persistence, inactivation and detachment
M.V. Storey, J. Långmark, N.J. Ashbolt and T.A. Stenström
277–286
Contamination potential of drinking water distribution network biofilms
J. Wingender and H.-C. Flemming
287–294
Treatment of leachate from the anaerobic fermentation of solid wastes using two biofilm support media
I. Comett, S. Gonzalez-Martinez and P. Wilderer
295–301
UASB reactor for domestic wastewater treatment at low temperatures: a comparison between a classical UASB and hybrid UASB-filter reactor
B. Lew, S. Tarre, M. Belavski and M. Green
303–310
Effects of feeding strategies on the performance of an anaerobic discontinuous reactor containing immobilized biomass with circulation system for liquid-phase mixing
A.A. Orra, S.M. Ratusznei, J.A.D. Rodrigues, E. Foresti and M. Zaiat
311–318
Stirred anaerobic sequencing batch reactor containing immobilized biomass: a behavior study when submitted to different fill times
A.C. Borges, R.R. Siman, J.A.D. Rodrigues, S.M. Ratusznei, M. Zaiat, E. Foresti and W. Borzani
319–325
Full scale fluidized bed anaerobic reactor for domestic wastewater treatment: performance, sludge production and biofilm
N.M. Mendonça, C.L. Niciura, E.P. Gianotti and J.R. Campos
327–336
Microbial communities and their interactions in biofilm systems: an overview
S. Wuertz, S. Okabe and M. Hausner
337–344
Bioaugmentation of a sequencing batch biofilm reactor by horizontal gene transfer
S. Bathe, T.V.K. Mohan, S. Wuertz and M. Hausner
345–351
Behaviour of biofilm systems under varying hydrodynamic conditions
A. León Ohl, H. Horn and D.C. Hempel
353–358
Microsensor measurement of oxygen concentration in biofilms: from one dimension to three dimensions
T. Yu, C. de la Rosa and R. Lu
359–364
Reproducibility of biofilm processes and the meaning of steady state in biofilm reactors
Z. Lewandowski, H. Beyenal and D. Stookey
365–370
Transition of bacterial spatial organization in a biofilm monitored by FISH and subsequent image analysis
Y. Aoi, S. Tsuneda and A. Hirata
371–377
Growth, structure and oxygen penetration in particle supported autotrophic biofilms
M. Boessmann, T.R. Neu, H. Horn and D.C. Hempel
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 1
Health-related Water Microbiology 2003 (Selected Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Health-related Water Microbiology, held at Cape Town, 14-19 September, 2003)
Contents
1–6
Pathogen removal efficiency from UASB + BF effluent using conventional and UV post-treatment systems
R. Keller, R.F. Passamani-Franca, F. Passamani, L. Vaz, S.T. Cassini, N. Sherrer, K. Rubim, T.D. Sant'Ana and R.F. Gonçalves
7–12
Bioaerosols from the land application of biosolids in the desert southwest USA
J.P. Brooks, B.D. Tanner, K.L. Josephson, C.P. Gerba and I.L. Pepper
13–17
Disinfection of sludge using lime stabilisation and pasteurisation in a small wastewater treatment plant
R. Keller, R.F. Passamani-Franca, S.T. Cassini and F.R. Goncalves
19–25
Evaluation of electrochemically generated ozone for the disinfection of water and wastewater
B.D. Tanner, S. Kuwahara, C.P. Gerba and K.A. Reynolds
27–32
Indigenous soil bacteria and low moisture may limit but allow faecal bacteria to multiply and become a minor population in tropical soils
M. Byappanahalli and R. Fujioka
33–38
Repressive effects of yeast extract on photoreactivation of Escherichia coli
J. Oguma, H. Katayama, H. Mitani and S. Ohgaki
39–43
Prevalence of human adenoviruses in raw and treated water
J. van Heerden, M.M. Ehlers, W.B. van Zyl and W.O.K. Grabow
45–50
The role of aquatic ecosystems as reservoirs of antibiotic resistant bacteria and antibiotic resistance genes
P.T. Biyela, J. Lin and C.C. Bezuidenhout
51–56
Genetic analysis of noroviruses taken from gastroenteritis patients, river water and oysters
Y. Ueki, K. Akiyama, T. Watanabe and T. Omura
57–61
Waterborne gastroenteritis outbreak in Albania
M. Divizia, R. Gabrieli, D. Donia, A. Macaluso, A. Bosch, S. Guix, G. Sánchez, C. Villena, R.M. Pintó, L. Palombi, E. Buonuomo, F. Cenko, L. Leno, D. Bebeci and S. Bino
63–67
Poor-quality water in swimming pools associated with a substantial risk of otitis externa due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa
M. Hajjartabar
69–76
Application of HACCP principles as a management tool for monitoring and controlling microbiological hazards in water treatment facilities
C. Jagals and P. Jagals
77–82
Biofilms, thermophilic amoebae and Legionella pneumophila - a quantitative risk assessment for distributed water
M.V. Storey, N.J. Ashbolt and T.A. Stenström
83–90
Investigation of opportunistic pathogens in municipal drinking water under different supply and treatment regimes
M. Pryor, S. Springthorpe, S. Riffard, T. Brooks, Y. Huo, G. Davis and S.A. Sattar
91–97
Measuring changes in water-related health and hygiene practices by developing-community households
P. Jagals, N.P. Nala, T.J. Tsubane, M. Moabi and K.C. Motaung
99–103
Evaluation of the microbial quality of water supplies to municipal, mining and squatter communities in the Bindura urban area of Zimbabwe
H. Nyati
105–110
The impact of the introduction of treated water on aspects of community health in a rural community in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
I.W. Bailey and L. Archer
111–115
Safe household water treatment and storage using ceramic drip filters: a randomised controlled trial in Bolivia
T. Clasen, J. Brown, O. Suntura and S. Collin
117–124
Sewage impact on shellfish microbial contamination
M. Pommepuy, F. Dumas, M.P. Caprais, P. Camus, C. Le Mennec, S. Parnaudeau, L. Haugarreau, B. Sarrette, P. Vilagines, P. Pothier, E. Kholi and F. Le Guyader
125–129
Probing Norwalk-like virus presence in shellfish, using artificial neural networks
G. Brion, S. Lingeriddy, T.R. Neelakantan, M. Wang, R. Girones, D. Lees, A. Allard and A. Vantarakis
131–136
Comparison of different primer sets for the RT-PCR detection of hepatitis A virus and astrovirus in mussel tissues
J.L. Romalde, C. Ribao, M. Luz Vilariño and J.L. Barja
137–139
Virological analysis of shellfish for food safety and control
A. Carducci, N. Lucchesi, B. Casini, F. Mazzoni, D. Liaci and M. Verani
141–146
Inactivation of enteric microbes in water by electro-chemical oxidant from brine (NaCl) and free chlorine
L.V. Venczel, C.A. Likirdopulos, C.E. Robinson and M.D. Sobsey
147–154
Elimination of viruses, bacteria and protozoan oocysts by slow sand filtration
W.A.M. Hijnen, J.F. Schijven, P. Bonné, A. Visser and G.J. Medema
155–158
Removal of F-specific RNA bacteriophages in artificial recharge of groundwater - a field study
R.M. Niemi, A. Kytövaara, J. Pääkkönen and K. Lahti
159–164
Microbicidal efficacy of an advanced oxidation process using ozone/hydrogen peroxide in water treatment
R. Sommer, W. Pribil, S. Pfleger, T. Haider, M. Werderitsch and P. Gehringer
165–172
Aerobic bacterial spores as process indicators for protozoa cysts in water treatment plants
B. Galofré, S. Israel, J. Dellundé and F. Ribas
173–178
Using ultraviolet light for disinfection of finished water
Z. Bukhari, F. Abrams and M. LeChevallier
179–183
Evaluation of the purification capacity of nine portable, small-scale water purification devices
A. Hörman, R. Rimhanen-Finne, L. Maunula, C.-H. von Bonsdorff, J. Rapala, K. Lahti and M.-L. Hänninen
185–191
A simplified low-cost approach to antibiotic resistance profiling for faecal source tracking
J.E. Ebdon, J.L. Wallis and H.D. Taylor
193–198
Differentiation of faecal Escherichia coli from human and animal sources by random amplified polymorphic DNA-PCR (RAPD-PCR)
D. Venieri, A. Vantarakis, G. Komninou and M. Papapetropoulou
199–203
The utility of the AC/TC ratio for watershed management: a case study
J. Booth and G.M. Brion
205–210
Assessing the health implications of turbidity and suspended particles in protected catchments
K. Cinque, M.A. Stevens, D.J. Roser, N.J. Ashbolt and R. Leeming
211–217
Development and evaluation of methods to detect coliphages in large volumes of water
M.D. Sobsey, M.V. Yates, F-C. Hsu, G. Lovelace, D. Battigelli, A. Margolin, S.D. Pillai and N. Nwachuku
219–222
Identification of cytopathogenic isolates from environmental matrices: application of analytical protocols
B. Casini, L. Stefani, A. Giuntini, M. Verani, G. Sigari and A. Carducci
223–228
Application of a molecular method for the detection of group A rotaviruses in raw and treated water
W.B. van Zyl, P.J. Williams, W.O.K. Grabow and M.B. Taylor
229–232
Evaluation of a rapid polymerase chain reaction based identification technique for Vibrio cholerae isolates
W.J. le Roux, D. Masoabi, C.M.E. de Wet and S.N. Venter
233–237
Development of procedures for rapid detection of E. coli O157:H7 from source and finished water samples
Z. Bukhari, J. Weihe and M. LeChevallier
239–245
Giardia and Cryptosporidium in source waters of Sao Paulo State, Brazil
E.M. Hachich, M.I.Z. Sato, A.T. Galvani, J.R.N. Menegon and J.L.N. Mucci
247–251
Detection of infectious pathogenic viruses in water and wastewater samples from urbanised areas
D. Sano, T. Watanabe, T. Matsuo and T. Omura
253–257
Evaluation of virological quality of sewage from four biological treatment plants by a nested-PCR technique
G. Komninou, A. Vantarakis, D. Venieri and M. Papapetropoulou
259–262
Series of surveys for enteric viruses and indicator organisms in Tokyo Bay after an event of combined sewer overflow
H. Katayama, K. Okuma, H. Furumai and S. Ohgaki
263–270
Evaluating real-time PCR for the quantification of distinct pathogens and indicator organisms in environmental samples
M. Lebuhn, M. Effenberger, G. Garcés, A. Gronauer and P.A. Wilderer
271–275
Combining direct viable count (DVC) and fluorescent in situ hybridisation (FISH) to enumerate viable E. coli in rivers and wastewaters
T. Garcia Armisen and P. Servais
277–280
Comparison of agar-based methods for the isolation and enumeration of heterotrophic bacteria with the new Multidose IDEXX(tm) SimPlate method
M. Vulindlu, A. Charlett, S. Surman and J.V. Lee
281–285
Molecular typing of the Legionella pneumophila population isolated from several locations in a contaminated water network
A.-S. Lepeuple, M. Jovic and M.-R. de Roubin
287–291
Development of a sensitive polymerase chain reaction method for the detection of Toxoplasma gondii in water
C. Kourenti and P. Karanis
293–299
Cryptosporidium monitoring system at a water treatment plant, based on waterborne risk assessment
Y. Masago, K. Oguma, H. Katayama, T. Hirata and S. Ohgaki
301–308
Assessment of microbial infection risks posed by ingestion of water during domestic water use and full-contact recreation in a mid-southern African region
M. Steyn, P. Jagals and B. Genthe
309–314
Assessment of virulence-factor activity relationships (VFARs) for waterborne diseases
T.M. Jenkins, T.M. Scott, J.R. Cole, S.A. Hashsham and J.B. Rose
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 2
Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse IV (Selected Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse, held at Mexico City, 12-14 November 2003)
Contents
1–7
Towards sustainability in water recycling
L. Sala and M. Serra
9–15
Strategic options for sustainable water management at new developments: the application of a simulation model to explore potential water savings
N. Alegre, P. Jeffrey, B. McIntosh, J.S. Thomas, I. Hardwick and S. Riley
17–22
Salt reduction in municipal sewage allocated for reuse: the outcome of a new policy in Israel
B. Weber and M. Juanicó
23–30
QMRA (quantitative microbial risk assessment) and HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control points) for management of pathogens in wastewater and sewage sludge treatment and reuse
T. Westrell, C. Schönning, T.A. Stenström and N.J. Ashbolt
31–38
Guidelines for the safe use of wastewater in agriculture: revisiting WHO guidelines
R.M. Carr, U.J. Blumenthal and D. Duncan Mara
39–46
Setting up microbiological water reuse guidelines for the Mediterranean
A. Bahri and F. Brissaud
47–53
Water reuse for irrigation from waste water treatment plants with seasonal varied operation modes
P. Cornel and B. Weber
55–60
Semi-intensive treatment plants for wastewater reuse in irrigation
M. Juanicó and A. Milstein
61–68
Role of irrigation and wastewater reuse: comparison of subsurface irrigation and furrow irrigation
C. Choi, I. Song, S. Stine, J. Pimentel and C. Gerba
69–75
Reclaimed municipal wastewater as source of water and nutrients for plant nurseries
R. Gori, C. Lubello, F. Ferrini and F. Nicese
77–82
Utilization of treated swine wastewater for greenhouse tomato production
J. Cheng, T.E. Shearin, M.M. Peet and D.H. Willits
83–90
Electro-Fenton as a feasible advanced treatment process to produce reclaimed water
A. Durán Moreno, B.A. Frontana-Uribe and R.M. Ramírez Zamora
91–98
Removal of detergents by activated petroleum coke from a clarified wastewater treated for reuse
R.M. Ramírez Zamora, A. Duran Pilotzi, R. Dominguez Mora and A. Durán Moreno
99–106
Combined membrane bioreactor (MBR) and reverse osmosis (RO) system for thin-辧m transistor - liquid crystal display TFT-LCD, industrial wastewater recycling
T.K. Chen and J.N. Chen
107–112
Treatment techniques for the recycling of bottle washing water in the soft drinks industry
E. Ramirez Camperos, P. Mijaylova Nacheva and E. Diaz Tapia
113–119
Membrane bio-reactor for advanced textile wastewater treatment and reuse
C. Lubello and R. Gori
121–130
Alternative treatment strategy for tannery water reuse and material recovery
P. Mijaylova Nacheva, G. Moeller Chávez and M. Juárez Herrera
131–138
Decontamination of wastewater contaminated by polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
F. Kastanek, P. Kastanek, K. Demnerová and Y. Maléterová
139–147
Low salt petroleum produced water reuse: a farming alternative outside the food chain
O. Rambeau, R. Morales de Lafond, P. Baldoni, J.P. Gosselin and J.C. Baccou
149–155
Anaerobic/aerobic treatment of colorants present in textile effluents
R. Ma. Melgoza, A. Cruz and G. Buitrón
157–164
Grey water characterisation and its impact on the selection and operation of technologies for urban reuse
B Jefferson, A. Palmer, P. Jeffrey, R. Stuetz and S. Judd
165–172
Microbiological water quality in a large in-building, water recycling facility
R. Birks, J. Colbourne, S. Hills and R. Hobson
173–178
Domestic wastewater reclamation by submerged membrane bioreactor with high concentration powdered activated carbon for stream restoration
G.T. Seo, H.I. Ahan, J.T. Kim, Y.J. Lee and I.S. Kim
179–186
Particle size distribution as a useful tool for microbial detection
A. Chavez, B. Jimenez and C. Maya
187–193
Ozonation by-products issued from the destruction of microorganisms present in wastewaters treated for reuse
M.N. Rojas-Valencia, M.T. Orta-de-Velásquez, M. Vaca-Mier and V. Franco
195–201
Mathematical model for describing reactions of residual chlorine with organic matter in reclaimed wastewater
N. Funamizu, T. Iwamoto and T. Takakuwa
203–209
Technical and sanitary aspects of wastewater disinfection by UV irradiation for landscape irrigation
V. Lazarova and Ph. Savoye
211–214
Contribution of the colmation layer to the elimination of coliphages by slow sand filtration
H. Dizer, G. Grützmacher, H. Bartel, H.B. Wiese, R. Szewzyk and J.M. López-Pila
215–220
The role of endocrine disrupters in water recycling: risk or mania?
L.D. Nghiem, J. McCutcheon, A.I. Schäfer and M. Elimelech
221–228
Investigation on the behaviour of selected pharmaceuticals in the groundwater after infiltration of treated wastewater
N. Kreuzinger, M. Clara, B. Strenn and B. Vogel
229–237
Removal mechanisms of endocrine disrupting compounds (steroids) during soil aquifer treatment
J. Mansell, J.E. Drewes and T. Rauch
239–244
Pharmaceutical rejection by membranes for wastewater reclamation and reuse
G.-Y. Park, J.H. Lee, I.S. Kim and J. Cho
245–253
Assessing the removal potential of soil-aquifer treatment systems for bulk organic matter
T. Rauch and J.E. Drewes
255–261
Modeling the fate and transport of organic and nitrogen species in soil aquifer treatment process
J.-W. Kim, J. Kim, H. Choi and F.W. Schwartz
263–268
Sorption behaviors of heavy metals in SAT (soil aquifer treatment) system
So Young Lee, Jong-Un Lee, Heechul Choi and Kyoung-Woong Kim
269–276
Quality assessment of an aquifer recharged with wastewater for its potential use as drinking source: "El Mezquital Valley" case
B. Jimenez and A. Chávez
277–284
Effect of irrigation water quality on organic matter, Cd and Cu mobility in soils of central Mexico
A. Herre, C. Siebe and M. Kaupenjohann
285–291
Quality assessment of reclaimed water for its possible use for crop irrigation and aquifer recharge in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
L. Mendoza-Espinosa, M. Victoria Orozco-Borbón and Patricia Silva-Nava
293–300
The reuse of treated wastewater for agricultural purposes in Nicaragua; Central America
M. Platzer, V. Cáceres and N. Fong
301–308
California's Task Force evaluation of issues confronting water reuse
R.A. Mills, F. Karajeh and R.H. Hultquist
309–314
Current status of water reuse systems in Korea
S. Noh, I. Kwon, H.-M. Yang, H.-L. Choi and H. Kim
315–322
Evaluation of wastewater effluents for soil aquifer treatment in South Korea
W. Cha, H. Choi, J. Kim and I.S. Kim
323–328
Chihuahua: a water reuse case in the desert
M.-S. Espino, C.-J. Navarro and J.-M. Pérez
329–337
Water reuse in the Apatlaco River Basin (México): a feasibility study
G. Moeller-Chavez, L. Seguí-Amórtegui, O. Alfranca-Burriel, V. Escalante-Estrada, F. Pozo-Román and A. Rivas-Hernández
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 3
Forest Industry Wastewaters VII (Selected proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Forest Industry Wastewaters, held in Seattle, USA, 2-4 June 2003)
Contents
1–10
Modelling carbon oxidation in pulp mill activated sludge systems: calibration of Activated Sludge Model No 3
P.A. Barañao and E.R. Hall
11–20
Multi-component kinetics of activated sludge treatment of bleached kraft mill effluent
S.S. Helle and S.J.B. Duff
21–28
The fate of metals in forest industry wastewater treatment systems
C.W. Bryant and P.S. Pagoria
29–37
Occurrence and control of filamentous bulking in aerated wastewater treatment plants of the French paper industry
E. Fourest, D. Craperi, C. Deschamps-Roupert, J.-L. Pisicchio and G. Lenon
39–48
Occurrence and significance of filamentous bacteria in pulp and paper activated sludge systems
J. Bergeron and C. Pelletier
49–55
Common stresses affecting activated sludge health and performance - what the four-assay set can tell us
F. Archibald and F. Young
57–66
Organic matter balance in ECF kraft mill fiberline
A. Luonsi, S. Halttunen, S. Lento and K. Ala-Kaila
67–77
The assessment of different operating strategies for minimising activated sludge deflocculation under temperature transient conditions
F. Morgan-Sagastume and D. Grant Allen
79–86
Evaluation of total phosphorus and total nitrogen methods in pulp mill effluents
D.L. Cook and N.L. Frum
87–94
The formation of colour during biological treatment of pulp and paper wastewater
C.B. Milestone, R.R. Fulthorpe and T.R. Stuthridge
95–102
Pilot-scale comparison of thermophilic aerobic suspended carrier biofilm process and activated sludge process in pulp and paper mill effluent treatment
J.E. Suvilampi and J.A. Rintala
103–110
A comparison of conventional activated sludge and low sludge production strategies for advanced treatment of kraft pulp mill effluent
A. Werker, Ä Malmqvist and T. Welander
111–122
Nutrient minimisation in the pulp and paper industry: an overview
A.H. Slade, R.J. Ellis, M. van den Heuvel and T.R. Stuthridge
123–130
Full scale implementation of the nutrient limited BAS process at S歞ra Cell V妑?/A>
A. Malmqvist, B. Berggren, C. Sjölin, T. Welander, L. Heuts, A. Fransén and D. Ling
131–139
N-ViroTech® - a novel process for the treatment of nutrient limited wastewaters
A.H. Slade, D.J. Gapes, T.R. Stuthridge, S.M. Anderson, P.H. Dare, H.G.W. Pearson and M. Dennis
141–144
Degradation of EDTA and DTPA in chlorine dioxide bleaching conditions
A. Kettunen-Knuutila, S. Saastamoinen, J. Rämö, M. Sillanpää, T.-P. Veijonen and K. Ala-Kaila
145–156
Integrated biological treatment of recalcitrant effluents from pulp mills
A. Ortega-Clemente, C. Estrada-Vázquez, F. Esparza-Garcia, S. Caffarel-Mendez, N. Rinderknecht-Seijas and H.M. Poggi-Varaldo
157–166
Spectroscopic evidence of silica-lignin complexes: implications for treatment of non-wood pulp wastewater
M.H. Nour, E.H. Smith and J.V. Walther
167–172
Ozonolysis mechanism of lignin model compounds and microbial treatment of organic acids produced
Y. Nakamura, M. Daidai and F. Kobayashi
173–182
Using ozone to reduce recalcitrant compounds and to enhance biodegradability of pulp and paper effluents
L. Bijan and M. Mohseni
183–194
Pulp mill process closure: a review of global technology developments and mill experiences in the 1990s
S.C. Stratton, P.L. Gleadow and A.P. Johnson
195–206
Biological treatment of whitewater in a laboratory process in order to determine kinetic parameters for model development
T. Alexandersson, U. Jeppsson and C. Rosen
207–215
New method for measuring potential secondary stickies in deinked pulp filtrates
T. Sarja, M. Zabihian, P. Kourunen and J. Niinimäki
217–227
Water circuit closure with membrane technology in the pulp and paper industry
J. Nuortila-Jokinen, M. Mänttäri, T. Huuhilo, M. Kallioinen and M. Nyström
229–238
Ultrafiltration and nanofiltration in the pulp and paper industry using cross-rotational (CR) filters
M. Mänttäri and M. Nyström
239–244
Investigation of heavy metals transportation from soil to the pine tree
E. Baltrénaité and D. Butkus
245–252
Advanced treatment by anaerobic process followed by aerobic membrane bioreactor for effluent reuse in paper mill industry
N. Stahl, A. Tenenbaum and N.I. Galil
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 4
Odours and Volatile Organic Compounds II - Measurement, Regulation and Control Techniques, (Selected Proceeedings of the 2nd IWA International Conference on Odours and VOCs, held in Singapore, 14-17 September 2003)
Contents
1–8
Odour management tools - filling the gaps
A.P. Van Harreveld
9–16
Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) anaerobic digestion and related processes, odour and health effects study
J.R. Witherspoon, G. Adams, W. Cain, E. Cometto-Muniz, B. Forbes, L. Hentz, J.T. Novack, M. Higgins, S. Murthy, D. McEwen, H.T. Ong and G.T. Daigger
17–23
Odour management plans: a risk-based approach using stakeholder data
P.J. Longhurst, M. Cotter and P. Gostelow
25–32
The value of an odor-quality-wheel classification scheme for wastewater treatment plants
I.H. (Mel) Suffet, G.A. Burlingame, P.E. Rosenfeld and A. Bruchet
33–38
Ecological assessment of waste air treatment systems in the case of biological waste treatment
I. Steinberg, A. Bockreis, C. Rohde and J. Jager
39–47
Identification of the odour and chemical composition of alumina refinery air emissions
P.S. Coffey and M. Ioppolo-Armanios
49–55
Evaluation of a novel wind tunnel for the measurement of the kinetics of odour emissions from piggery effluent
J.H. Sohn, R. Smith, E. Yoong, N. Hudson and T.I. Kim
57–64
Aerodynamic performance of a low-speed wind tunnel
F.-B. Frechen, M. Frey, M. Wett and C. Löser
65–73
Variability and repeatability of olfactometric results of n-butanol, pig odour and a synthetic gas mixture
N. Defoer and H. Van Langenhove
75–82
Comparison of field olfactometers in a controlled chamber using hydrogen sulfide as the test odorant
M.A. McGinley and C.M. McGinley
83–92
Odour intensity and hedonic tone - important parameters to describe odour annoyance to residents?
R. Both, K. Sucker, G. Winneke and E. Koch
93–100
Monitoring of biological odour filtration in closed environments with olfactometry and an electronic nose
H. Willers, P. de Gijsel, N. Ogink, A. D'Amico, E. Martinelli, C. Di Natale, N. van Ras and J. van der Waarde
101–108
Determination of the dynamics of the odour release from a pig house, using an electronic odour sensor
E. Gallmann, E. Hartung, G. Brose and T. Jungbluth
109–114
Ambient odour testing of concentrated animal feeding operations using field and laboratory olfactometers
B.D. Newby and M.A. McGinley
115–120
Analysis of sulfur and nitrogen odorants using solid-phase microextraction and GC-MS
M. Turkmen, S.K. Dentel, P.C. Chiu and S. Hepner
121–124
Cryogenic trapping for determination of odor concentration
J. Masuda, J. Fukuyama, M. Tonoike and M. Yamaguchi
125–130
Effect of back-pressure on absorption efficiency of impingers used for air sampling
X. Wang
131–137
Evaluating odour impacts from a landfilling and composting site: involving citizens in the monitoring
M. Héroux, T. Pagé, C. Gélinas and C. Guy
139–146
Odour emission inventory of German wastewater treatment plants - odour flow rates and odour emission capacity
F.-B. Frechen
147–152
Interlaboratory comparison of olfactometry in Japan
T. Higuchi and J. Masuda
153–160
Mass-producible and wireless wide-area networks of electronic noses: problems and solutions
A. Bos
161–168
Hydrogen sulfide emission in sewer networks: a two-phase modeling approach to the sulfur cycle
C. Yongsiri, J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
169–176
Integrated odour modelling for sewage treatment works
P. Gostelow, S.A. Parsons and M. Lovell
177–183
Modelling to assist in wastewater collection system odour and corrosion potential evaluations
J. Witherspoon, E. Allen and C. Quigley
185–192
Chemical sulfide oxidation of wastewater - effects of pH and temperature
A. Haaning Nielsen, J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
193–198
Removal of target odorous molecules on to activated carbon cloths
L.M. Le Leuch, A. Subrenat and P. Le Cloirec
199–205
Hydrogen sulphide removal by activated sludge diffusion
V.L. Barbosa, D. Dufol, J.L. Callan, R. Sneath and R.M. Stuetz
207–213
Plant oils thymol and eugenol affect cattle and swine waste emissions differently
V.H. Varel, D.N. Miller and A.D. Lindsay
215–224
A membrane bioreactor for the removal of dimethyl sulphide and toluene from waste air
H. Van Langenhove, I. De Bo, P. Jacobs, K. Demeestere and J. Dewulf
225–232
Developing methods to evaluate odour control products
S. Bouzalakos, B. Jefferson, P.J. Longhurst and R.M. Stuetz
233–240
Volatile organic compound adsorption in a gas-solid fluidized bed
Y.L. Ng, R. Yan, L.T.S. Tsen, L.C. Yong, M. Liu and D.T. Liang
241–250
Comparison of different TiO2 photocatalysts for the gas phase oxidation of volatile organic compounds
C. Raillard, V. Héquet, P. Le Cloirec and J. Legrand
251–256
Photocatalytic degradation of toluene by platinized titanium dioxide photocatalysts
C. Young, T.M. Lim, K. Chiang and R. Amal
257–265
The development of experimental procedures for the evaluation of additives to attenuate manure odour, and the impact of these additives on workers, animals and the environment
D.I. Massé, J. Lavoie, G. Barnet, F. Croteau, E. Topp and L. Masse
267–274
Use of hydrogen peroxide in scrubbing towers for odor removal in wastewater treatment plants
I. Charron, C. Féliers, A. Couvert, A. Laplanche, L. Patria and B. Requieme
275–282
Odour and ammonia removal from pig house exhaust air using a biotrickling filter
R.W. Melse and G. Mol
283–290
Biological treatment of ammonia gas at high loading
T. Kanagawa, H.W. Qi, T. Okubo and N. Tokura
291–297
Removal of odorous sulphur-containing gases by a new isolate from activated sludge
A.L. Geng, X.G. Chen, W.D. Gould, Y.L. Ng, R. Yan, C.C. Lee and D.T. Liang
299–308
Batch experiment on H2S degradation by bacteria immobilised on activated carbons
R. Yan, Y.L. Ng, X.G. Chen, A.L. Geng, W.D. Gould, H.Q. Duan, D.T. Liang and L.C.C. Koe
309–318
Technical and economical analysis of the conversion of a full-scale scrubber to a biotrickling filter for odor control
D. Gabriel and M. A. Deshusses
319–326
Biotechnology-based odour control: design criteria and performance data
C. Quigley, C. Easter, P. Burrowes and J. Witherspoon
327–334
Odour abatement in the integrated reactor concept for simultaneous treatment of liquid and solid pig manure fractions
A.H.M. Veeken, V. de Wilde, H.C. Willers and H.V.M. Hamelers
335–340
The effect of two ammonia-emission-reducing pig housing systems on odour emission
G. Mol and N.W.M. Ogink
341–349
Anoxic control of odour and corrosion from sewer networks
W. Yang, J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 5
Assessment and Control of Hazardous (Selected Proceedings of the 4th IWA Specialised Conference on Assessment and Control of Hazardous Substances in Water (ECOHAZARD2003), held in Aachen, Germany, 14-17 September 2003)
Contents
1–8
Removal of endocrine disrupting compounds with membrane processes in wastewater treatment and reuse
T. Wintgens, M. Gallenkemper and T. Melin
9–14
Efficiency of nanofiltration for the elimination of steroids from water
S. Weber, M. Gallenkemper, T. Melin, W. Dott and J. Hollender
15–22
Removal of hormones and pharmaceuticals in the Advanced Water Recycling Demonstration Plant in Queensland, Australia
S.J. Khan, T. Wintgens, P. Sherman, J. Zaricky and A.I. Schäfer
23–28
Effects of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) on the toxicity of a mixture of pharmaceuticals
R. Andreozzi, L. Campanella, B. Fraysse, J. Garric, A. Gonnella, R. Lo Giudice, R. Marotta, G. Pinto and A. Pollio
29–36
Comparison of the behaviour of selected micropollutants in a membrane bioreactor and a conventional wastewater treatment plant
M. Clara, B. Strenn, M. Ausserleitner and N. Kreuzinger
37–43
Combined chemical analyses and biomonitoring at Avedoere wastewater treatment plant in 2002
B.N. Jacobsen, D. Kjersgaard, M. Winther-Nielsen and K. Gustavson
45–50
Acclimation of activated sludge to degrade toxic levels of 2,4-dinitrophenol
Kwan-Hyung Jo and JoAnn Silverstein
51–58
Heavy metal pollution from Russian landfill leachates and its elimination together with other contaminants
S. Kalyuzhnyi and M. Gladchenko
59–66
A strategy for the assessment of hazardous substances in industrial effluents (IDA)
T. Reemtsma and N. Klinkow
67–72
Combined biological and physico-chemical treatment of baker's yeast wastewater including removal of coloured and recalcitrant to biodegradation pollutants
M. Gladchenko, E. Starostina, S. Shcherbakov, B. Versprille and S. Kalyuzhnyi
73–77
The effect of nitrogen supplementation on the efficiency of colour and COD removal by Malaysian white-rot fungi in textile dyeing effluent
K.K. Lee, A.M. Kassim and H.K. Lee
79–84
The case of the nonionic alkylphenol ethoxylates in the Mediterranean Sea region: is there a problem?
U. Zoller, I. Plaut and M. Hushan
85–92
BTE-OX biodegradation kinetics with MTBE through bioaugmentation
K. Acuna-Askar, J.F. Villarreal-Chiu, M.V. Gracia-Lozano, M.T. Garza-Gonzalez, B. Chavez-Gomez, I.P. Rodriguez-Sanchez and H.A. Barrera-Saldana
93–100
Analysis and occurrence of estrogen in wastewater in Japan
K. Komori, H. Tanaka, Y. Okayasu, M. Yasojima and C. Sato
101–107
Analysis of the transport of cyanide spill on the Tisza River
L. Koncsos and G. Fonyó
109–114
Development of automated high-throughput ecotoxicity and genotoxicity test systems and fields of application
A. Eisentraeger, C. Brinkmann, K. Michel, S. Hahn, M. Huettner and G. Weber
115–118
Derivatisation of 4-nonylphenol and bisphenol A with halogenated anhydrides
A. Stehmann and H. Fr. Schröder
119–123
Determination of musks and other fragrance compounds at ng/L levels using CLSA (closed loop stripping analysis) and GC/MS detection
D. Mitjans and F. Ventura
125–132
The effect of bisphenol A and chlorinated derivatives of bisphenol A on the level of serum vitellogenin in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes)
A. Tabata, N. Watanabe, I. Yamamoto, Y. Ohnishi, M. Itoh, T. Kamei, Y. Magara and Y. Terao
133–140
Behaviour of endocrine disrupting chemicals during the treatment of municipal sewage sludge
P. Ivashechkin, P.F.-X. Corvini and M. Dohmann
141–147
Behaviour of bisphenol A (BPA), 4-nonylphenol (4-NP) and 4-nonylphenol ethoxylates (4-NP1EO, 4-NP2EO) in oxidative water treatment processes
K. Lenz, V. Beck and M. Fuerhacker
149–156
Relevance of the sludge retention time (SRT) as design criteria for wastewater treatment plants for the removal of endocrine disruptors and pharmaceuticals from wastewater
N. Kreuzinger, M. Clara, B. Strenn and H. Kroiss
157–163
Analysis of nonylphenol polyethoxylates and their metabolites in water samples by high-performance liquid chromatography with electrospray mass spectrometry detection
E. Martínez, O. Gans, H. Weber and S. Scharf
165–171
Mass spectrometric analytical methods for the determination of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs)
A. Stehmann, R.J.W. Meesters and Horst Fr. Schröder
173–179
Distribution of estrogen, nonylphenol and its derivatives in the sediments of a shallow lake
K. Mibu, J. Wada, Y. Okayasu, J. Tsumori, K. Komori, H. Tanaka, J.H. Li, M. Sasaki and C. Sato
181–188
Assessing the elimination of estrogenic activity in advanced wastewater treatment with a reporter gene-based bioassay
A. Coors, P.D. Jones, J.P. Giesy and H.T. Ratte
189–194
Microbial degradation of a single branched isomer of nonylphenol by Sphingomonas TTNP3
P.F.X. Corvini, R. Vinken, G. Hommes, M. Mundt, J. Hollender, R. Meesters, H. Fr. Schröder and B. Schmidt
195–202
Removal of persistent polar pollutants through improved treatment of wastewater effluents (P-THREE)
T.P. Knepper, D. Barcelo, K. Lindner, P. Seel, T. Reemtsma, F. Ventura, H. De Wever, E. van der Voet, P. Gehringer and M. Schönerklee
203–208
Occurrence of benzothiazoles in municipal wastewater and their fate in biological treatment
A. Kloepfer, R. Gnirss, M. Jekel and T. Reemtsma
209–218
Modelling the degradation of low concentration pollutants in membrane bioreactors
M. Peev, M. Schönerklee and H. De Wever
219–225
Comparison of linear alkylbenzene sulfonates removal in conventional activated sludge systems and membrane bioreactors
H. De Wever, S. Van Roy, C. Dotremont, J. Müller and T. Knepper
227–234
LC-MS-(MS) determination of oxidative degradation products of nonylphenol ethoxylates, carboxylates and nonylphenols in water
M. Petrovic, P. Gehringer, H. Eschweiler and D. Barceló
235–242
Perfluorooctane sulfonate - a quite mobile anionic anthropogenic surfactant, ubiquitously found in the environment
R.J.W. Meesters and H.Fr. Schröder
243–251
Integrated systems analysis of persistent polar pollutants in the water cycle
E. van der Voet, I. Nikolic, G. Huppes and R. Kleijn
253–260
Removal of selected non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), gemfibrozil, carbamazepine, b-blockers, trimethoprim and triclosan in conventional wastewater treatment plants in five EU countries and their discharge to the aquatic environment
N. Paxéus
261–268
Bank filtration: a suitable process for the removal of iodinated X-ray contrast media?
S. Schittko, A. Putschew and M. Jekel
269–276
Carbamazepine, diclofenac, ibuprofen and bezafibrate - investigations on the behaviour of selected pharmaceuticals during wastewater treatment
B. Strenn, M. Clara, O. Gans and N. Kreuzinger
277–283
Bioavailability of a nonylphenol isomer in dependence on the association to dissolved humic substances
R. Vinken, A. Höllrigl-Rosta, B. Schmidt, A. Schäffer and P.F.-X. Corvini
285–291
Assessment of ecological status in small urban streams of Prague agglomeration
J. Nabelkova, D. Kominkova and G. St'astna
293–300
Endocrine disrupters in the aquatic environment: the Austrian approach - ARCEM
W. Bursch, M. Fuerhacker, M. Gemeiner, B. Grillitsch, A. Jungbauer, N. Kreuzinger, E. Moestl, S. Scharf, E. Schmid, S. Skutan and I. Walter
301–308
Analysis and fate of insect repellents
T.P. Knepper
309–316
The Elbe flood in August 2002 - occurrence of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDD/F) and dioxin-like PCB in suspended particulate matter (SPM), sediment and fish
B. Stachel, R. Götz, T. Herrmann, F. Krüger, W. Knoth, O. Päpke, U. Rauhut, H. Reincke, R. Schwartz, E. Steeg and S. UhLig
317–320
Contamination of sediments in Varna Lake and Varna Bay
G.P. Shtereva, B.S. Dzhurova and T.S. Nikolova
321–328
Contribution of brominated organic disinfection by-products to the mutagenicity of drinking water
S. Echigo, S. Itoh, T. Natsui, T. Araki and R. Ando
329–334
Comparison of different advanced oxidation process to reduce toxicity and mineralisation of tannery wastewater
S.G. Schrank, H.J. José, R.F.P.M. Moreira and H. Fr. Schröder
335–340
Toxic effect of pharmaceuticals on methanogenesis
M. Fountoulakis, P. Drillia, K. Stamatelatou and G. Lyberatos
341–346
On the effect of pharmaceuticals on bacterial nitrite oxidation
S.N. Dokianakis, M.E. Kornaros and G. Lyberatos
347–353
Assessment of microbial natural attenuation in groundwater polluted with gasworks residues
S. Schulze and A. Tiehm
355–361
LAS in urban rivers and factors contributing to reduction of their concentrations
Y. Kobuke
363–367
Re-evaluation and reconstruction of water purification system using soil I. Assessment of soil as a sorbent of humic substances and phosphate ion
Y. Fujikawa, T. Hamasaki, M. Sugahara, H. Ozaki, G. Prasai, T. Yano, R. Imada, Y. Tainaka, W. Nakamura and F. Haruki
369–372
Re-evaluation and re-construction of water purification system using soil II. Removal of pollutants from infiltrating water
T. Hamasaki, Y. Fujikawa, M. Sugahara, H. Ozaki, T. Yano, R. Imada, G. Prasai, Y. Tainaka, W. Nakamura and F. Haruki
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 6
Wastewater Treatment for Nutrient Removal and Reuse, (Selected Proceeedings of the IWA International Specialised Conference on Wastewater Treatment for Nutrient Removal and Reuse, held in Bangkok, Thailand, 26-29 January 2004)
Contents
1–8
Start up of deammonification process in one single SBR system
X. Li, G. Zen, K.H. Rosenwinkel, S. Kunst, D. Weichgrebe, A. Cornelius and Q. Yang
9–15
Biological removal of NOx from flue gas
R. Kumaraswamy, G. Muyzer, J.G. Kuenen and M.C.M. Loosdrecht.
17–24
Use of industrial wastewaters for the optimization and control of nitrogen removal processes
G. Cappai, A. Carucci and A. Onnis
25–30
Nitrogen removal from pharmaceutical manufacturing wastewater via nitrite and the process optimization with on-line control
Y.Z. Li, C.Y. Peng, Y.Z. Peng and P. Wang
31–36
Nitrogen removal from pharmaceutical manufacturing wastewater with high concentration of ammonia and free ammonia via partial nitrification and denitrification
Y.Z. Peng, Y.Z. Li, C.Y. Peng and S.Y. Wang
37–44
Phosphorus removal under anoxic conditions in a continuous-flow A2N two-sludge process
Y.Y. Wang, Y.Z. Peng, T.W. Li, M. Ozaki, A. Takigawa and S.Y. Wang
45–52
Nitrogen removal during leachate treatment: comparison of simple and sophisticated systems
J.-L. Vasel, H. Jupsin and A.P. Annachhatre
53–60
Modeling response of nitrifying biofilm to inhibitory shock loads
B.K. Rajbhandari and A.P. Annachhatre
61–68
Freeze concentration for enrichment of nutrients in yellow water from no-mix toilets
H. Gulyas, P. Bruhn, M. Furmanska, K. Hartrampf, K. Kot, B. Luttenberg, Z. Mahmood, K. Stelmaszewska and R. Otterpohl
69–70
Biological nutrient removal model No.1 (BNRM1)
A. Seco, J. Ribes, J. Serralta and J. Ferrer
79–86
Agricultural reuse of the secondary effluent polished by an algal pond system coupled with constructed wetland
Y. Kim, D.-R. Lee and D. Giokas
87–94
Calibration and simulation of two large wastewater treatment plants operated for nutrient removal
J. Ferrer, J.J. Morenilla, A. Bouzas and F. Garcia-Usach
95–101
Simultaneous organic stabilization and nitrogen removal in multi-stage biodrum system
C. Chiemchaisri and C. Liamsangoun
103–108
Two-stage anaerobic digestion process for complete inactivation of enteric bacterial pathogens in human night soil
D.P. Kunte, T.Y. Yeole and D.R. Ranade
109–114
Application of Methanobrevibacter acididurans in anaerobic digestion
D.V. Savant and D.R. Ranade
115–121
Separation efficiency in a whirlpool surface tension separator, separating faeces and toilet paper for nutrient recovery - pilot-scale study
B. Vinnerås
123–130
The large PAO cells in full-scale EBPR biomass samples are not yeast spores but possibly novel members of the -Proteobacteria
A.S.M. Chua, K. Eales, T. Mino and R. Seviour
131–139
Optimising design, operation and energy consumption of biological aerated filters (BAF) for nitrogen removal of municipal wastewater
E. Rother and P. Cornel
141–148
Treatment of landfill leachate by a pilot-scale modified Ludzack-Ettinger and sulfur-utilizing denitrification process
J.-H. Bae, I.-S. Lee, M.-S. Jang, K.-H. Ahn and S.-H. Lee
149–156
Removal of ammonium from human urine through ion exchange with clinoptilolite and its recovery for further reuse
B. Beler-Baykal, S. Bayram, E. Akkaymak and S. Cinar
157–162
Enhanced aerobic floc-like granulation and nitrogen removal in a sequencing batch reactor by selection of settling velocity
S.M. Kim, S.H. Kim, H.C. Choi and I.S. Kim
163–171
Application of a sponge media (BioCube) process for upgrading and expansion of existing caprolactam wastewater treatment plant for nitrogen removal
K.J. Chae, S.K. Yim and K.H. Choi
173–178
Control of nutrients after discharge to lakes through wastewater
X.H. Zhang, W.Y. Yuan, G.M. Zhang and N. Sai
179–188
BICT biological process for nitrogen and phosphorus removal
Y. Huang, Y. Li and Y. Pan
189–197
Nitrogen removal and sludge reduction in a symbiotic activated sludge system between anaerobic archaea and bacteria
H.-B. Jun, S.-M. Park, N.-B. Park and S.-H. Lee
199–206
Automatic control and remote monitoring system for biological nutrient removal on small wastewater treatment plants in Korea
H. Lee, Y.M. Min, C.H. Park and Y.H. Park
207–215
Nutrient removal and microbial granulation in an anaerobic process treating inorganic and organic nitrogenous wastewater
Y.-H. Ahn and H.-C. Kim
217–225
Removal of nitrogen and phosphorus from industrial wastewaters by phytoremediation using water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms)
M.W. Jayaweera and J.C. Kasturiarachchi
227–234
Simultaneous removal of nitrate and phosphate using cross-flow micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration (MEUF)
B.-K. Kim, K. Baek and J.-W. Yang
235–240
Enhanced granulation in UASB reactor treating low-strength wastewater by natural polymers
M.K. Tiwari, S. Guha and C.S. Harendranath
241–250
Modelling and calibration of phosphate and glycogen accumulating organism competition for acetate uptake in a sequencing batch reactor
N. Yagci, G. Insel, N. Artan and D. Orhon
251–260
Model-based evaluation of nitrogen removal in a tannery wastewater treatment plant
M.S. Moussa, A.R. Rojas, C.M. Hooijmans, H.J. Gijzen and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
261–268
The effect of anoxic selectors on sludge bulking
M.V. Tampus, A.M.P. Martins and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
269–276
Treatment of nitrogen and phosphorus in highly concentrated effluent in SBR and SBBR processes
V. Pambrun, E. Paul and M. Spérandio
277–283
Monitoring toxicity of industrial wastewater and specific chemicals to a green alga, nitrifying bacteria and an aquatic bacterium
A.M. Eilersen, E. Arvin and M. Henze
285–293
Experiences with a large-size WWTP based on activated sludge-biofiltration processes: 25 months of operation
I. Licskó, G. Csanád Szabó and Z. Melicz
295–304
Nitrite oxidation inhibition by hydroxylamine: experimental and model evaluation
P. (Lek) Noophan, L.A. Figueroa and J. Munakata-Marr
305–312
Hybrid membrane systems for secondary effluent polishing for unrestricted reuse for agricultural irrigation
G. Oron, A. Bick, L. Gillerman and Y. Manor
313–320
Nitrogen removal in a fluidized bed bioreactor by using mixed culture under oxygen-limited conditions
T. Khin and A.P. Annachhatre
321–330
Nutrient removal from shrimp farm effluent by aquatic plants
W. Ruenglertpanyakul, S. Attasat and P. Wanichpongpan
331–336
Organic and detergent degradation in combined O3/UF for domestic laundry wastewater reclamation
G.T. Seo, T.S. Lee, J.T. Kim, C.H. Yoon, H.G. Park and S.C. Hong
337–344
Re-use of wastewater: preventing the recovery of pathogens by using medium-pressure UV lamp technology
B.F. Kalisvaart
345–351
Energy saving processes for nitrogen removal in organic wastewater from food processing industries in Thailand
N.H. Johansen, N. Suksawad and P. Balslev
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 7
large wastewater Treatment Plants IX: Design, Operation and Economics, (Selected Proceeedings of the 9th IWA International Specialised Conference on Large Wastewater Treatment Plants, held in Prague, Czech Republic, 1-4 September 2003)
Contents
1–8
Enhanced nitrogen removal in the combined activated sludge-biofilter system of the Southpest Wastewater Treatment Plant
A. Jobbágy, G.M. Tardy and B. Literáthy
9–17
Upgrading and expansion of the K鋚pala wastewater treatment plant. Operational experiences and results
P. Manhem and T. Palmgren
19–26
Nutrient removal process development and full implementation at the 4 million p.e. main treatment plant of Vienna, Austria
H. Kroiss, F. Klager, S. Winkler, G. Wandl and K. Svardal
27–34
The Polish perspective on adopting EU standards nitrogen removal at large WWTPs - case studies
J. Makinia, E. Dobiegala and M. Swinarski
35–43
Improvement of nitrogen removal at WWTP Zürich Werdhöelzli after connection of WWTP Zürich-Glatt
H. Siegrist, L. Rieger, Ch. Fux and M. Wehrli
45–48
Optimisation of Hamburg's wastewater treatment plants - three years of experience with the new concept
G. Ladiges and N.-P. Bertram
49–52
Combined quantity management and biological treatment of sludge liquor at Hamburg's wastewater treatment plants - first experience in operation with the Store and Treat process
F. Laurich
53–60
Hygienization of municipal sludge in automatically operated chamber filter presses with thermal vacuum drying
P. Sagberg
61–68
A control strategy for reducing aeration costs during low loading periods
C. Sahlmann, J.A. Libra, A. Schuchardt, U. Wiesmann and R. Gnirss
69–77
Clogging and cleaning of fine-pore membrane diffusers
W. Frey and C. Thonhauser
79–85
Biological coating of EPDM-membranes of fine bubble diffusers
M. Wagner and R. von Hoessle
87–96
Full-scale application of the BABE?technology
S. Salem, D.H.J.G. Berends, H.F. van der Roest, R.J. van der Kuij and M.C.M. van Loosdrecht
97–103
Six years of operation of a fluidised bed reactor for denitrification
A. Harri and J. Bosander
105–112
Denitrification rate and carbon source consumption in ull-scale wastewater filtration
L. Jonsson
113–122
Optimisation of a large WWTP thanks to mathematical modelling
C Printemps, A Baudin, T Dormoy, M. Zug and P.A. Vanrolleghem
123–130
Modeling of a large-scale wastewater treatment plant for efficient operation
C.F. Gokcay and G. Sin
131–138
A guideline for simulation studies of wastewater treatment plants
G. Langergraber, L. Rieger, S. Winkler, J. Alex, J. Wiese, C. Owerdieck, M. Ahnert, J. Simon and M. Maurer
139–146
Performance intensification of Prague wastewater treatment plant
L. Novák and D. Havrlíková
147–155
Sewage-treatment under substantial load variations in winter tourism areas ?a full case study
S. Winkler, N. Natsché, T. Gamperer and M. Dum
157–162
Reducing the total discharge from a large WWTP by separate treatment of primary effluent overflow
N. Hanner, A. Mattsson, C. Gruvberger, U. Nyberg, H. Aspegren, O. Fredriksson, A. Nordqvist and B. Andersson
163–169
Selection of an ultraviolet disinfection system for a municipal wastewater treatment plant
S.J. Kang, T.A. Allbaugh, J.W. Reynhout, T.L. Erickson, K.P. Olmstead, L. Thomas and P. Thomas
171–177
Biological solution to storm water?
D. Bixio, C. Thoeye and G. De Gueldre
179–186
Influence of sludge properties and hydraulic loading on the performance of secondary settling tanks - full-scale operational results
R.J. Vestner and F. Wolfgang Günthert
187–194
Dynamics in maximal settling capacity in an activated sludge treatment plant with highly loaded secondary settlers
B.-M. Wilén, D. Lumley and A. Nordqvist
195–204
Comparison of the 1D flux theory with a 2D hydrodynamic secondary settling tank model
G.A. Ekama and P. Marais
205–212
Lamella separators in the upgrading of a large urban sewage treatment plant
G. Kolisch and G. Schirmer
213–220
Commissioning and operational experiences for the 160ML/d Woodman Point Sequencing Batch Reactor - control of settleability and denitrification using bioselectors
W.K. Bagg, M.C. Newland and H. Rule
221–228
North American performance experience with anoxic and anaerobic selectors for activated sludge bulking control
D. Parker, R. Appleton, J. Bratby and H. Melcer
229–236
A new side stream process for easily degradable industrial waste waters to avoid sludge bulking
G. Wandl, N. Matsché and H. Bayer
237–242
Cost-effective solutions for sewage treatment in developing countries - the case of Brazil
E.P. Jordão and I. Volschan
243–248
Economic and environmental optimization of phosphorus removal
J. Clauson-Kaas, T. Sander Poulsen, B. Neergaard-Jacobsen, T. Guildal and C. Thirsing
249–255
Performances of three R-AN-D-N wastewater treatment plants in the Czech Republic
Z. Bejvl, P. Matuska, J. Stara and P. Chudoba
257–263
Realisation of the EU Directive 91/271/EWG in Germany - technical and economic effects from the perspective of an operator of large wastewater treatment plants
F. Obenaus and A. Kraft
265–271
Benchmarking of municipal waste water treatment plants (an Austrian project)
S. Lindtner, H. Kroiss and O. Nowak
273–280
The effect of public or private structures in wastewater treatment on the conditions for the design, construction and operation of wastewater treatment plants
T. Grünebaum and H. Bode
281–285
Monitoring activated sludge settling properties using image analysis
R. Jenné, E.N. Banadda, I.Y. Smets and J.F. Van Impe
287–292
Reduction of coagulant amount added to activated sludge for phosphorus removal
J. Nakajima and I. Mishima
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 8
Water Quality Management and the Environment in Asia (Asian Waterqual 2003), (Selected Proceeedings of the Asian Waterqual 2003, the IWA Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, held in Bangkok, Thailand, 19-23 October 2003)
Contents
1–8
Quantification of amoA gene abundance and their amoA mRNA levels in activated sludge by real-time PCR
N. Araki, T. Yamaguchi, S. Yamazaki and H. Harada
9–14
Distribution of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in sewage activated sludge: analysis based on 16S rDNA sequence
T. Limpiyakorn, Y. Shinohara, F. Kurisu and O. Yagi
15–22
Comparison of aerobic denitrifying activity among three cultural species with various carbon sources
Y. Otani, K. Hasegawa and K. Hanaki
23–32
Arsenic removal from groundwater by a newly developed adsorbent
H. Takanashi, A. Tanaka, T. Nakajima and A. Ohki
33–40
Improvement of denitrification by denitrifying phosphorus removing bacteria using sequentially combined carbon
E.S. Cho, K.H. Ahn and A.H. Molof
41–48
In-situ characterization of microbial community in an A/O submerged membrane bioreactor with nitrogen removal
A. Sofia, W.-T. Liu, S.L. Ong and W.J. Ng
49–56
The effect of divalent metal ions on the zeta potential of bubbles
M.Y. Han, H.J. Ahn, M.S. Shin and S.R. Kim
57–63
Monitoring of COD as an organic indicator in waste water and treated effluent by fluorescence excitation-emission (FEEM) matrix characterization
S. Lee and K.-H. Ahn
65–72
Optimising the performance of a lab-scale tidal flow reed bed system treating agricultural wastewater
Y.Q. Zhao, G. Sun, C. Lafferty and S.J. Allen
73–80
Removal of bromate and assimilable organic carbon from drinking water using granular activated carbon
W.J. Huang, H.S. Peng, M.Y. Peng and L.Y. Chen
81–87
Long term operation of high concentration powdered activated carbon membrane bio-reactor for advanced water treatment
G.T. Seo, C.D. Moon, S.W. Chang and S.H. Lee
89–96
Coupled reduction of chlorinated hydrocarbons and heavy metals by zerovalent silicon
R.-A. Doong, C.-C. Lee, K.-T. Chen and S.-F. Wu
97–102
A kinetic study of enhancing effect by phenolic compounds on the hydroxyl radical generation during ozonation
Y.-H. Han, K. Ichikawa and H. Utsumi
103–110
KNT-artificial neural network model for flux prediction of ultrafiltration membrane producing drinking water
H.K. Oh, M.J. Yu, E.M. Gwon, J.Y. Koo, S.G. Kim and A. Koizumi
111–118
Application of a bio-electrochemical reactor process to direct treatment of metal pickling wastewater containing heavy metals and high strength nitrate
T. Watanabe, H.W. Jin, K.J. Cho and M. Kuroda
119–124
Acidogenic pretreatment of wastewaters containing 2-nitrophenol
K.B.S.N. Jinadasa, C.H. Mun, M.A. Aziz and W.J. Ng
125–133
Sludge thickening performance of mesh filtration process
M.-S. Park, Y. Kiso, Y.-J. Jung, M. Simase, W.H. Wang, T. Kitao and K.-S. Min
135–143
Effects of phosphorus limitation and temperature on PHA production in activated sludge
S. Chinwetkitvanich, C.W. Randall and T. Panswad
145–151
Nitrate removal with low N2O emission by application of sulfur denitrification in actual agricultural field
K. Hasegawa, K. Shimizu and K. Hanaki
153–159
Microbial degradation of estrogens using activated sludge and night soil-composting microorganisms
J.H. Shi, Y. Suzuki, S. Nakai and M. Hosomi
161–168
Enhanced remediation of carbon tetrachloride Fe(II)-Fe(III) systems in the presence of copper ions
R.A. Maithreepala and R.-A. Doong
169–176
Optimizing volatile fatty acid production in partial acidogenesis of swine wastewater
K. Yang, C. Oh and S. Hwang
177–183
Effect of chlorination bulking control on water quality and phosphate release/uptake in an anaerobic-oxic activated sludge system
W.C. Chang, S.J. Jou, C.C. Chien and J.A. He
185–192
Pretreatment of silk-dyeing industrial wastewater by UASB reactor
S. Karnchanawong and T. Sawangpanyangkura
193–200
High rate treatment by aerobic upflow sludge blanket (AUSB) with external oxygenation
K.R. Sharma and J.C. Huang
201–208
Co-removal of hexavalent chromium through adsorption during copper precipitation
J.M. Sun and J.C. Huang
209–216
Effects of substrate components on hydrogen fermentation of multiple substrates
M.-D. Bai, S.-S. Cheng and Y.-C. Chao
217–224
Characteristics of granular sludge in a single upflow sludge blanket reactor treating high levels of nitrate and simple organic compounds
C.-Y. Lee, H.-S. Shin and S.-J. Hwang
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 9
Resources from Sludge: Forging New Frontiers (Selected Proceedings of the IWA International Specialised Conference,
Contents
1–9
From sludge to resources through biosolids
L. Spinosa
9–16
Use of drainability and filterability simulations for evaluation of oxidative treatment and polymer conditioning of sludge
A. Ayol, S.K. Dentel and A. Filibeli
17–23
Use of microwave pretreatment for enhanced anaerobiosis of secondary sludge
B. Park, J.-H. Ahn, J. Kim and S. Hwang
25–32
Ultrasonic sludge treatment for enhanced anaerobic digestion
F. Hogan, S. Mormede, P. Clark and M. Crane
33–40
Effect of the application of acid treated biosolids on marigold (Tagetes erecta) development
J. Diaz-Avelar, J.A. Barrios and B. Jimenez
41–48
Co-conditioning and dewatering of alum sludge and waste activated sludge
J.Y. Lai and J.C. Liu
49–56
The role of carbohydrate and protein parts of extracellular polymeric substances on the dewaterability of biological sludges
S. Cetin and A. Erdincler
57–65
The effects of nano-materials on the behaviors of sludge mortar specimens
H.L. Luo, D.F. Lin and W.T. Kuo
67–74
Disinfection kinetics of pathogens in physicochemical sludge treated with ammonia
J.M. Mendez, B. Jimenez and C. Maya
75–82
Dynamic of lead speciation in sewage sludge composting
G.D. Zheng, T.B. Chen, D. Gao and W. Luo
83–89
Enhanced heavy metal bioleaching efficiencies from anaerobically digested sewage sludge with coinoculation of Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans ANYL-1 and Blastoschizomyces capitatus Y5
J.W.C. Wong and X.Y. Gu
91–97
A comparison of ultrasound treatment on primary and secondary sludges
T. Mao, S.-Y. Hong, K.-Y. Show, J.-H. Tay and D.-J. Lee
99–105
Acidic and hydrogen peroxide treatment of polyaluminum chloride (PACL) sludge from water treatment
J.H. Kwon, K.Y. Park, J.H. Park, S.H. Lee and K.H. Ahn
107–114
Anaerobic co-digestion of sewage sludge and food waste using temperature-phased anaerobic digestion process
H.-W. Kim, S.-K. Han and H.-S. Shin
115–120
Reactivation and/or growth of fecal coliform bacteria during centrifugal dewatering of anaerobically digested biosolids
Y.N. Qi, S. Gillow, D.S. Herson and S.K. Dentel
121–128
Minimization of sludge production and stable operational condition of a submerged membrane activated sludge process
C.P. Bhatta, A. Matsuda, K. Kawasaki and D. Omori
129–136
Physical characteristics of a waste activated sludge: conditioning responses and correlations with a synthetic surrogate
D. Dursun, A. Ayol and S.K. Dentel
137–144
Development of extraction procedures for the analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organochlorine pesticides in municipal sewage sludge
U.K. Ahmad, Z. Ujang, C.H. Woon, S. Indran and M.N. Mian
145–153
An innovative sludge management system based on separation of primary and secondary sludge treatment
G. Mininni, C.M. Braguglia, R. Ramadori and M.C. Tomei
155–160
Removal of dissolved copper(II) and zinc(II) by aerobic granular sludge
H. Xu, J.-H. Tay, S.-K. Foo, S.-F. Yang and Y. Liu
161–168
Direct generation of electricity from sludges and other liquid wastes
S.K. Dentel, B. Strogen and P. Chiu
169–175
Energy and nutrient recovery from sewage sludge via pyrolysis
T.R. Bridle and D. Pritchard
177–182
Thermal drying of wastewater sludge with crack formation
J.B. Chen, X.F. Peng, T. Tao and D.J. Lee
183–188
Reuse of fresh water sludge in cement making
J.R. Pan, C. Huang and S. Lin
189–196
Reuse of wastewater sludge with marine clay as a new resource of construction aggregates
J.-H. Tay, K.-Y. Show, D.-J. Lee and S.-Y. Hong
197–204
Sludge as source of energy and revenue
T.I. Onyeche
205–211
Processing dewatered sewage sludge using electrokinetic technology
J.Y. Wang, D.S. Zhang, O. Stabnikova and J.H. Tay
213–221
Recovery of energy from sludge ?comparison of the various options
W.H. Rulkens and J.D. Bien
223–228
Production of hydrogen and methane from wastewater sludge using anaerobic fermentation
C.H. Ting, K.R. Lin, D.J. Lee and J.H. Tay
229–236
Development of sludge based stable aqueous Bacillus thuringiensis formulations
S.K. Brar, M. Verma, R.D. Tyagi, J.R. Valéro, R.Y. Surampalli and S.K. Banerji
237–244
Removal of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from sewage sludge by anaerobic degradation
N. Christensen, D.J. Batstone, Z. He, I. Angelidaki and J.E. Schmidt
245–253
Municipal sludge management and disposal in South Korea: Status and a new sustainable approach
Y.-H. Ahn and H.-C. Choi
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 10
Sequencing Batch Reactor Technology III (Selected Proceedings of the IWA International Specialised Conference on Sequencing Batch Reactor Technology, held in Noosa, Queensland, Australia, 22-26 February 2004)
Contents
1–10
The SBR and its biofilm application potentials
P.A. Wilderer and B.S. McSwain
11–18
Combining SBR systems for chemical and biological treatment: the destruction of the nerve agent VX
R.L. Irvine, S.S. Haraburda and C. Galbis-Reig
19–26
Nitrogen removal from sludge digester liquids by nitrification/denitrification or partial nitritation/anammox: environmental and economical considerations
C. Fux and H. Siegrist
27–33
Nitrogen removal of high strength wastewater via nitritation/denitritation using a sequencing batch reactor
E. Lai, S. Senkpiel, D. Solley and J. Keller
35–43
Nitrite accumulation by aeration controlled in sequencing batch reactors treating domestic wastewater
Y.Z. Peng, Y. Chen, C.Y. Peng, M. Liu, S.Y. Wang, X.Q. Song and Y.W. Cui
45–50
Automatic control strategy for biological nitrogen removal of low C/N wastewater in a sequencing batch reactor
N. Kishida, J.H. Kim, M. Chen, S. Tsuneda, H. Sasaki and R. Sudo
51–58
Nitrogen removal from sludge water with SBR process: start-up of a full-scale plant in the municipal wastewater treatment plant at Ingolstadt, Germany
M.J. Vallés-Morales, J.A. Mendoza-Roca, A. Bes-Pií and A. Iborra-Clar
59–65
Performance evaluation of hybrid and conventional sequencing batch reactor and continuous processes
H.L.S. Tam, D.T.W. Tang, W.Y. Leung, K.M. Ho and P.F. Greenfield
67–72
Biological denitrification in a sequencing batch reactor
P. Dangcong, W. Yi, W. Hao and W. Xiaochang
73–80
On-line monitoring for control of a pilot-scale sequencing batch reactor using a submersible UV/VIS spectrometer
G. Langergraber, J.K. Gupta, A. Pressl, F. Hofstaedter, W. Lettl, A. Weingartner and N. Fleischmann
81–87
Rate of nitrate production during a two-stage nitrification batch reaction
S. Pratt, D. Gapes, Z. Yuan and J. Keller
89–96
Wastewater nitrogen removal in SBRs, applying a step-feed strategy: from lab-scale to pilot-plant operation
S. Puig, M.T. Vives, Ll. Corominas, M.D. Balaguer and J. Colprim
97–105
Optimal but robust N and P removal in SBRs: a model-based systematic study of operation scenarios
G. Sin, G. Insel, D.S. Lee and P.A. Vanrolleghem
107–114
Integration of chemical and biological oxidation in a SBBR for tannery wastewater treatment
C. Di Iaconi, F. Bonemazzi, A. Lopez and R. Ramadori
115–120
Demonstration of enhanced nutrient removal at two full-scale SBR plants
M. Peters, M. Newland, T. Seviour, T. Broom and T. Bridle
121–130
Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in RBC with SBR modification
Z. Yun, H. Lee and E. Choi
131–138
Response of an EBPR population developed in an SBR with propionate to different carbon sources
M. Pijuan, J.A. Baeza, C. Casas and J. Lafuente
139–144
Short-term effects of carbon source on the competition of polyphosphate accumulating organisms and glycogen accumulating organisms
A. Oehmen, Z. Yuan, L.L. Blackall and J. Keller
145–152
Monitoring pH and electric conductivity in an EBPR sequencing batch reactor
J. Serralta, L. Borrás, C. Blanco, R. Barat and A. Seco
153–161
Influence of ORP variation, carbon source and nitrate concentration on denitrifying phosphorus removal by DPB sludge from dephanox process
Y.Y. Wang, Y.Z. Peng, C.Y. Peng, S.Y. Wang and W. Zeng
163–170
A novel wastewater treatment process: simultaneous nitrification, denitrification and phosphorus removal
R.J. Zeng, R. Lemaire, Z. Yuan and J. Keller
171–180
Optimisation of storage driven denitrification by using on-line specific oxygen uptake rate monitoring during SND in a SBR
K.A. Third, S. Sepramaniam, Z. Tonkovic, M. Newland and R. Cord-Ruwisch
181–188
The presence of ammonium facilitates nitrite reduction under PHB driven simultaneous nitrification and denitrification
B.M. Gibbs, L.R. Shephard, K.A. Third and R. Cord-Ruwisch
189–194
Polyhydroxyalkanoates production by activated sludge in a SBR using acetate and propionate as carbon sources
P.C. Lemos, L.S. Serafim and M.A.M. Reis
195–202
The influence of settling time on the formation of aerobic granules
B.S. McSwain, R.L. Irvine and P.A. Wilderer
203–212
Mass transfer impacts in flocculent and granular biomass from SBR systems
D. Gapes, B.-M. Wilén and J. Keller
213–220
Structure and microbial composition of nitrifying microbial aggregates and their relation to internal mass transfer effects
B.-M. Wilén, D. Gapes, L.L. Blackall and J. Keller
221–228
Yannawa wastewater treatment plant (Bangkok, Thailand): design, construction and operation
S. Kirkwood
229–234
Functional analysis of microbial community in phenol-degrading aerobic granules cultivated in SBR
S.T.-L. Tay, H.-L. Jiang and J.-H. Tay
235–242
Aerobic biodegradation of 3-chlorophenol in a sequencing batch reactor: effect of cometabolism
A. Chiavola, R. Baciocchi, R.L. Irvine, R. Gavasci and P. Sirini
243–249
Two-stage SBR for treatment of oil refinery wastewater
L.Y. Lee, J.Y. Hu, S.L. Ong, W.J. Ng, J.H. Ren and S.H. Wong
251–258
Variation of the microbial activity during the acclimation phase of a SBR system degrading 4-chlorophenol
I. Moreno-Andrade and G. Buitrón
259–267
High COD wastewater treatment in an aerobic SBR: treatment of effluent from a small farm goat's cheese dairy
M. Torrijos, Ph. Sousbie, R. Moletta and J.-P. Delgenes
269–278
The performance of a nitrogen-fixing SBR
M.A. Dennis, M.L. Cotter, A.H. Slade and D.J. Gapes
279–286
Sludge settling processes in SBR-related sewage treatment plants according to the Biocos method
S. Meusel and R. Englert
287–294
Deflocculation effects due to chemical perturbations in sequencing batch reactors
I.D.S. Henriques, R.T. Kelly II and N.G. Love
295–303
Use of an anaerobic sequencing batch reactor for parameter estimation in modelling of anaerobic digestion
D.J. Batstone, M. Torrijos, C. Ruiz and J.E. Schmidt
305–311
Anaerobic rumen SBR for degradation of cellulosic material
S.P. Barnes and J. Keller
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 11
Contents
1–6
New developments in sensor technology for water quality surveillance and early warning
S.J. Alcock
7–12
Watershed monitoring and modelling and USA regulatory compliance
B.G. Turner and M.C. Boner
13–20
Time-resolved delta spectrometry: a method to define alarm parameters from spectral data
G. Langergraber, A. Weingartner and N. Fleischmann
21–29
Sensors network diagnosis in anaerobic digestion processes using evidence theory
J.-P. Steyer, L. Lardon and O. Bernard
31–39
Computer-aided monitoring and operation of continuous measuring devices
L. Rieger, M. Thomann, A. Joss, W. Gujer and H. Siegrist
41–49
Towards a common benchmark for long-term process control and monitoring performance evaluation
C. Rosen, U. Jeppsson and P.A. Vanrolleghem
51–58
Fault detection in a real-time monitoring network for water quality in the lagoon of Venice (Italy)
S. Ciavatta, R. Pastres, Z. Lin, M.B. Beck, C. Badetti and G. Ferrari
59–66
Water quality modelling of Jadro spring
J. Margeta and I. Fistanic
67–72
In-line river monitoring – new challenges and opportunities
A. Pressl, S. Winkler and G. Gruber
73–80
Quantification of pollution loads from CSOs into surface water bodies by means of online techniques
G. Gruber, S. Winkler and A. Pressl
81–88
TSS concentration in sewers estimated from turbidity measurements by means of linear regression accounting for uncertainties in both variables
J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski
89–96
Monitoring in inline storage sewers for stormwater treatment to determine efficiencies
T. Frehmann, T. Mietzel, R. Kutzner, B. Spengler and W.F. Geiger
97–104
The acoustic attenuation and hydraulic roughness in a large section sewer pipe with periodical obstacles
K.V. Horoshenkov, Y.A. Yin, A. Schellart, R.M. Ashley and J.R. Blanksby
105–114
Application of ion-sensitive sensors in water quality monitoring
S. Winkler, L. Rieger, E. Saracevic, A. Pressl and G. Gruber
115–123
Ion selective transistor modelling for behavioural simulations
M. Daniel, M. Janicki, W. Wroblewski, A. Dybko, Z. Brzozka and A. Napieralski
125–133
A nitrate biosensor based methodology for monitoring anoxic activated sludge activity
G. Sin and P.A. Vanrolleghem
135–141
Integration of titrimetric measurement, off-gas analysis and NOx+ biosensors to investigate the complexity of denitrification processes
S.H. McMurray, R.L. Meyer, R.J. Zeng, Z. Yuan and J. Keller
143–152
Spectral in-situ analysis of NO2, NO3, COD, DOC and TSS in the effluent of a WWTP
L. Rieger, G. Langergraber, M. Thomann, N. Fleischmann and H. Siegrist
153–161
Comparison of methods for the determination of KLaO2 for respirometric measurements
S. Pratt, R. Zeng, Z. Yuan and J. Keller
163–171
Dynamic monitoring system for full-scale wastewater treatment plants
C.K. Yoo, J.-M. Lee, I.-B. Lee and P.A. Vanrolleghem
173–178
Turbidity-based monitoring of particle concentrations and flocculant requirement in wastewater pre-treatment
A.R. Mels, H. Spanjers and A. Klapwijk
179–188
Conservation principles suspended solids distribution modelling to support ATS introduction on a recirculating WWTP
Krist V. Gernaey, Marinus K. Nielsen, Dines Thornberg, Benny Höök, Thomas Munk-Nielsen, Pernille Ingildsen and Sten Bay Jørgensen
189–198
Control of an anaerobic reactor towards maximum biogas production
J. Liu, G. Olsson and B. Mattiasson
199–206
Scalable mobile information system to support the treatment
L. Schuchardt, H. Steinmetz, J. Ehret, A. Ebert and T.G. Schmitt
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 50 Number 12
Nano and Micro Particles in Water and Wastewater Treatment (Selected Proceedings of the 2nd International Specialised Conference on Nano and Micro Particles in Water and Wastewater Treatment, held in Zurich, Switzerland, 22-24 September 2003)
Contents
1–8
Electron-optical characterization of nano- and micro-particles in raw and treated waters: an overview
G.G. Leppard, D. Mavrocordatos and D. Perret
9–18
Analysis of environmental particles by atomic force microscopy, scanning and transmission electron microscopy
D. Mavrocordatos, W. Pronk and M. Boller
19–26
Dynamic digital image analysis: emerging technology for particle characterization
G. Rabinski and D. Thomas
27–37
Detection of aquatic colloids in drinking water during its distribution via a water pipeline network
T. Wagner, T. Bundschuh, R. Schick and R. Köster
39–46
Simultaneous determination of activated sludge floc size distribution by different techniques
R. Govoreanu, H. Saveyn, P. Van der Meeren and P.A. Vanrolleghem
47–54
Flocs through the looking glass
B. Jefferson, P. Jarvis, E. Sharp, S. Wilson and S.A. Parsons
55–62
From rupture to structure: the physical character of flocs
D.H. Bache
63–70
The duplicity of floc strength
P. Jarvis, B. Jefferson and S. Parsons
71–78
Characterization of microparticles in raw, treated, and distributed waters by means of elemental and particle size analyses
T. Inoue, Y. Matsui, Y. Terada, K. Baba and T. Matsushita
79–86
Size fractionation of COD in urban wastewater from a combined sewer system
D. Marani, V. Renzi, R. Ramadori and C.M. Braguglia
87–94
The role of microparticles in dead-end ultrafiltration of wwtp-effluent
J.H. Roorda, S. te Poele and J.H.J.M. van der Graaf
95–102
Colloidal transport and agglomeration in column studies for advanced run-off filtration facilities - particle size and time resolved monitoring of effluents with flow-field-flowfractionation
R. Siepmann, F. von der Kammer and U. Förstner
103–109
Environmental nano-pollutants (ENP) and micro-interfacial processes
H. Tang, D. Wang and X. Ge
111–118
Influence of the size of membrane foulants on the filterability of WWTP-effluent
S. te Poele, J.H. Roorda and J.H.J.M. van der Graaf
119–124
Investigation on effects of aggregate structure in water and wastewater treatment
K.W. Chau
125–132
Particle related fractionation and characterisation of municipal wastewater
A.F. van Nieuwenhuijzen, J.H.J.M. van der Graaf, M.J. Kampschreur and A.R. Mels
133–138
Nano silica removal from IC wastewater by pre-coagulation and microfiltration
C. Huang, W. Jiang and C. Chen
139–146
Removal of Cr(VI) by magnetite
J. Hu, I.M.C. Lo and G. Chen
147–154
Removal of micro-particles by microbial granules used for aerobic wastewater treatment
V. Ivanov, J.-H. Tay, S.T.-L. Tay and H.-L. Jiang
155–162
The scientific basis of flocculator design
D.F. Lawler and J.A. Nason
163–170
Monitoring floc formation and breakage
J. Gregory
171–175
Temperature effects on flocculation, using different coagulants
C.S.B. Fitzpatrick, E. Fradin and J. Gregory
177–184
Deciphering the science behind electrocoagulation remove suspended clay particles from water
P.K. Holt, G.W. Barton and C.A. Mitchell
185–191
The effects of polymer characteristics on nano particle separation in humic substances removal by cationic polymer coagulation
T. Kvinnesland and H. Ødegaard
193–200
Coagulation mechanisms - nano- and microprocesses
I. Licsko
201–206
Irreversible and reversible adhesion between virus particles and hydrolyzing-precipitating aluminium: a function of coagulation
T. Matsushita, Y. Matsui and T. Inoue
207–214
Fundamental characteristics of bubbles and ramifications for the flotation process
S. Dockko and M.Y. Han
215–222
Origins of filter effluent particles: experimental study of particle deposition and detachment
J. Kim and J.E. Tobiason
223–228
Removal of nano and microparticles by granular filter media coated with nanoporous aluminium oxide
B.L.T. Lau, G.W. Harrington, M.A. Anderson and I. Tejedor
229–236
Particle visualisation - a tool for determination of rise velocities
M. Ljunggren, L. Jönsson and J. la Cour Jansen
237–244
Turbidity current in a circular settling tank
K. Fujisaki and N. Nagata
245–253
A case study of dissolved air flotation for seasonal high turbidity water in Korea
S.B. Kwon, H.W. Ahn, C.J. Ahn and C.K. Wang
255–264
A CFD study of the deep bed filtration mechanism for submicron/nano-particle suspension
K.L. Tung, Y.L. Chang, J.Y. Lai, C.H. Chang and C.J. Chuang
265–271
Membrane-flocculation-adsorption hybrid system in wastewater treatment: micro and nano size organic matter removal
S. Vigneswaran, H.K. Shon, S. Boonthanon, H.H. Ngo and R.B. Aim
273–278
Particle count and size alteration for membrane fouling reduction in non-conventional water filtration
A. Adin
279–285
Investigation of membrane fouling by synthetic and natural particles
J.H. Kweon and D.F. Lawler
287–292
Effect of residual ozone on membrane fouling reduction in ozone resisting microfiltration (MF) membrane system
S. Lee, N. Jang and Y. Watanabe
293–300
Occurrence of EPS in activated sludge from a membrane bioreactor treating municipal wastewater
H. Evenblij and J.H.J.M. van der Graaf
301–309
Influence of suspension viscosity and colloidal particles on permeability of membrane used in membrane bioreactor (MBR)
T Itonaga, K. Kimura and Y. Watanabe
311–316
Organic colloids and their influence on low-pressure membrane filtration
C. Laabs, G. Amy and M. Jekel
317–325
Behavior of micro-particles in monolith ceramic membrane filtration with pre-coagulation
H. Yonekawa, Y. Tomita and Y. Watanabe
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 1
Contents
1–8
Waste stream utilisation for sustainable viticulture
R.H. Agnew, D.C. Mundy, T.M. Spiers and M.M. Greven
9–17
Regulated Deficit Irrigation (RDI) to save water and improve Sauvignon Blanc quality?
M. Greven, S. Green, S. Neal, B. Clothier, M. Neal, G. Dryden and P. Davidson
19–26
Microbiological characterization of winery effluents: an inventory of the sites for different treatment systems
F. Jourjon, S. Khaldi, M. Reveillere, C. Thibault, A. Poulard, P. Chretien and J. Bednar
27–37
The role of soil chemistry in wine grape quality and sustainable soil management in vineyards
D.E. Mackenzie and A.G. Christy
39–46
A critical process analysis of wine production to improve cost, quality and environmental performance
C.M. Sheridan, F.F. Bauer, S. Burton and L. Lorenzen
47–52
Winery solid residue revalorization into oil and antioxidant with nutraceutical properties by an enzyme assisted process
P. Tobar, A. Moure, C. Soto, R. Chamy and M.E. Zúñiga
53–60
Wastewater characteristics from Greek wineries and distilleries
A.G. Vlyssides, E.M. Barampouti and S. Mai
61–69
A multi-site approach towards integrating environmental management in the wine production industry
A. Walsdorff, M. van Kraayenburg and C.A. Barnardt
71–79
Treatment of winery wastewater in a full-scale fixed bed biofilm reactor
G. Andreottola, P. Foladori, P. Nardelli and A. Denicolo
81–88
Activated sludge wastewater treatment plants optimisation to face pollution overloads during grape harvest periods
C. Beck, G. Prades and A.-G. Sadowski
89–98
Treatment of mixed municipal and winery wastewaters in a conventional activated sludge process: a case study
M. Brucculeri, D. Bolzonella, P. Battistoni and F. Cecchi
99–106
Treatment and valorisation of winery wastewater by a new biophysical process (ECCF®)
T. Colin, A. Bories, Y. Sire and R. Perrin
107–112
Microflora evaluation of two agro-industrial effluents treated by the JACTO jet-loop type reactor system
A. Eusébio, M. Mateus, L. Baeta-Hall, E. Almeida-Vara and J.C. Duarte
113–120
Degradation of wine industry wastewaters by photocatalytic advanced oxidation
P. Navarro, J. Sarasa, D. Sierra, S. Esteban and J.L. Ovelleiro
121–127
Application of Activated Sludge Model No. 1 to biological treatment of pure winery effluents: case studies
A.-E. Stricker and Y. Racault
129–136
Odorous compounds treatment of winery and distillery effluents during natural evaporation in ponds
A. Bories, Y. Sire and T. Colin
137–144
Winery and distillery wastewater treatment by anaerobic digestion
R. Moletta
145–151
Uses of winery and distillery effluents in agriculture: characterisation of nutrient and hazardous components
M.A. Bustamante, C. Paredes, R. Moral, J. Moreno-Caselles, A. Pérez-Espinosa and M.D. Pérez-Murcia
153–158
Start up of an anaerobic inverse turbulent bed reactor fed with wine distillery wastewater using pre-colonised bioparticles
C. Arnaiz, S. Elmaleh, J. Lebrato and R. Moletta
159–166
Physico-chemical treatment for the depuration of wine distillery wastewaters (vinasses)
J. Beltran de Heredia, J.R. Dominguez and E. Partido
167–174
Degradation of wine distillery wastewaters by the combination of aerobic biological treatment with chemical oxidation by Fenton's reagent
J. Beltran de Heredia, J. Torregrosa, J.R. Dominguez and E. Partido
175–181
Comparison of anaerobic treatment alternatives for brandy distillery process water
R. Chrobak and R. Ryder
183–189
Effect of the pH influent conditions in fixed-film reactors for anaerobic thermophilic treatment of wine-distillery wastewater
M. Pérez-García, L.I. Romero-García, R. Rodríguez-Cano and D. Sales-Márquez
191–198
High rate anaerobic thermophilic technologies for distillery wastewater treatment
M. Pérez-García, L.I. Romero-García, R. Rodríguez-Cano and D. Sales-Márquez
199–204
Effects of distillery vinasses on vineyard yield and quality in the D.O.C "Oltrepò Pavese Pinot Nero" – Lombardy, Italy
F. Tano, L. Valenti, O. Failla and E. Beltrame
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 02
Contents
1–9
Statistical analysis of pollution in stormwater infiltration basins
S. Barraud, M. Dechesne, J.-P. Bardin and J.-C. Varnier
11–19
Metal concentrations in soil and seepage water due to infiltration of roof runoff by long term numerical modelling
J. Zimmermann, C. Dierkes, P. Göbel, C. Klinger, H. Stubbe and W.G. Coldewey
21–28
Assessment of biofilm destabilisation and consequent facilitated zinc transport
M. Muris, C. Delolme, J.-P. Gaudet and L. Spadini
29–36
Can geotextiles modify the transfer of heavy metals transported by stormwater in infiltration basins?
L. Lassabatère, T. Winiarski and R. Galvez-Cloutier
37–45
Effective pollutant retention capacity of permeable pavements for infiltrated road runoffs determined by laboratory tests
S. Fach and W.F. Geiger
47–55
Chemical hazard identification and assessment tool for evaluation of stormwater priority pollutants
E. Eriksson, A. Baun, P.S. Mikkelsen and A. Ledin
57–64
Wastewater planning in Djenné, Mali. A pilot project for the local infiltration of domestic wastewater
M.C. Alderlieste and J.G. Langeveld
65–70
Experimental abatement data of underflow baffles for removal of floatables in the CSOs of the Greater Montréal (Canada) area
John F. Cigana and Martin Couture
71–78
Solids separation efficiency of combined sewer overflows
G. Luyckx, G. Vaes and J. Berlamont
79–88
High-rate stormwater clarification with polymeric flocculant addition
J. Wood, C. He, Q. Rochfort, J. Marsalek, P. Seto, M. Yang, P. Chessie and S. Kok
89–97
The influence of biodegradability of sewer solids for the management of CSOs
R. Sakrabani, R.M. Ashley and J. Vollertsen
99–107
Performance-costs evaluation for urban storm drainage
M. Baptista, S. Barraud, E. Alfakih, N. Nascimento, W. Fernandes, P. Moura and L. Castro
109–118
Performance indicators for the efficiency analysis of urban drainage systems
S. Artina, G. Becciu, M. Maglionico, A. Paoletti and U. Sanfilippo
119–128
A new database on urban runoff pollution: comparison of separate and combined sewer systems
H. Brombach, G. Weiss and S. Fuchs
129–137
Experimental analysis of the Hydrass flushing gate and field validation of flush propagation modelling
J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski, A. Campisano, E. Creaco and C. Modica
139–145
Inefficiency of storm water inlets as a source of urban floods
J. Despotovic, J. Plavsic, N. Stefanovic and D. Pavlovic
147–154
Factors influencing exfiltration processes in sewers
D.J. Blackwood, J.B. Ellis, D.M. Revitt and D.J. Gilmour
155–162
Sensitivity to experimental data of pollutant site mean concentration in stormwater runoff
M. Mourad, J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski and G. Chebbo
163–170
A benchmark methodology for managing uncertainties in urban runoff quality models
A. Kanso, B. Tassin and G. Chebbo
171–177
Test of the efficiency of three storm water quality models with a rich set of data
M. Ahyerre, F.O. Henry, F. Gogien, M. Chabanel, M. Zug and D. Renaudet
179–185
CSOs: tools for assessing their operation in our systems
J. Vazquez, M. Zug, M. Buyer and G. Lipeme
187–194
Use of 3D modelling and several ultrasound sensors to assess overflow rate
G. Lipeme Kouyi, J. Vazquez, Y. Gallin, D. Rollet and A.G. Sadowski
195–201
Comparison of radar and raingauge measurements during heavy rainfall
T. Einfalt, M. Jessen and B. Mehlig
203–211
Radar-based alert system to operate a sewerage network: relevance and operational effectiveness after several years of use
D. Faure, O. Payrastre and P. Auchet
213–220
Development of the real-time control (RTC) system for Tokyo sewage system
M. Maeda, H. Mizushima and K. Ito
221–229
An integrated inundation model for highly developed urban areas
A.S. Chen, M.H. Hsu, T.S. Chen and T.J. Chang
231–238
Quantitative and qualitative hydrologic balance for a suburban watershed with a separate sewer system (Nantes, France)
V. Ruban, F. Larrarte, M. Berthier, L. Favreau, Y. Sauvourel, L. Letellier, M.-L. Mosisni and G. Raimbault
239–247
Master planning for stream protection in urban watersheds
B.R. Urbonas and J.T. Doerfer
249–256
Identification of ecological status of stream impacted by urban drainage
D. Komínková, D. Stránský, G. Št'astná, J. Caletková, J. Nabělková and Z. Handová
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 3-4
Contents
1 - 9
The next step - incorporating diffuse pollution abatement into watershed management
Vladimir Novotny
11 - 18
Simulation supported scenario analysis for water resources planning: a case study in Northern Italy
A. Facchi, C. Gandolfi, B. Ortuani and D. Maggi
19 - 29
Nitrogen retention in a river system and the effects of river morphology and lakes
M. Venohr, I. Donohue, S. Fogelberg, B. Arheimer, K. Irvine and H. Behrendt
31 - 38
Nutrient transport scenarios in a changing Stockholm and Mälaren valley region, Sweden
A. Darracq, F. Greffe, F. Hannerz, G. Destouni and V. Cvetkovic
39 - 46
Assessment of the spatial heterogeneity of weathering rates in upland catchments using the sodium dominance index and its significance in integrated catchment management
R.P. Smart, M.S. Cresser, D. Dahl and M.J. Clarke
47 - 53
Including non-point sfources in a water quality trading permit program
D. Collentine
55 - 62
Buffer zones as a sink for sediment and phosphorus between the field and stream: Danish field experiences
B. Kronvang, A. Laubel, S.E. Larsen, H.E. Andersen and J. Djurhuus
63 - 71
Cold-climate vegetative buffer zones as pesticide-filters for surface runoff
N. Syversen
73 - 81
The impact of agricultural management practices on nutrient losses to water: data on the effects of soil drainage characteristics
I. Kurz, H. Tunney and C.E. Coxon
83 - 90
A statistical approach to estimate nitrogen sectorial contribution to total load
B. Grizzetti, F. Bouraoui, G.de Marsily and G. Bidoglio
91 - 98
Model analysis for nitrogen effluent from upland field constructed with under-drain
E. Shiratani, I. Yoshinaga and R.K. Singh
99 - 105
Mass balance analysis and water quality model development for loading estimates from paddy fields
J.-H. Jeon, C.G. Yoon, J.-H. Ham and H.-S. Hwang
107 - 115
Synthetic- and bio-polymer use for runoff water quality management in irrigated agriculture
R.E. Sojka, J.A. Entry, W.J. Orts, D.W. Morishita, C.W. Ross and D.J. Horne
117 - 125
Assessment of environmental impacts following alternative agricultural policy scenarios
I. Bärlund, H. Lehtonen and S. Tattari
127 - 134
The effect of the redox-potential on the retention of phosphorus in a small constructed wetland
B.C. Braskerud, T. Hartnik and Ø. Løvstad
135 - 142
Developing an independent, generic, phosphorus modelling component for use with grid-oriented, physically based distributed catchment models
A. Nasr, A. Taskinen and M. Bruen
143 - 150
Pesticide retention in the watershed and in a small constructed wetland treating diffuse pollution
K. Haarstad and B.C. Braskerud
151 - 157
Nutrient balance in a paddy field with a recycling irrigation system
Y.W. Feng, I. Yoshinaga, E. Shiratani, T. Hitomi and H. Hasebe
159 - 167
A new modeling approach for estimating first flush metal mass loading
L.-H. Kim, M. Kayhanian, S.-L. Lau and M.K. Stenstrom
169 - 175
Estimation of origins of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in size-fractionated road dust in Tokyo with multivariate analysis
P. Pengchai, F. Nakajima and H. Furumai
177 - 181
Multiple-event study of bioretention for treatment of urban storm water runoff
C.-H. Hsieh and A.P. Davis
183 - 190
Urban diffuse sources of faecal indicators
B. O'Keefe, B.J. D'Arcy, J. Davidson, B. Barbarito and B. Clelland
191 - 198
Estimation of diffuse and point source microbial pollution in the Ribble catchment discharging to bathing waters in the north west of England
A. Wither, J. Greaves, I. Dunhill, M. Wyer, C. Stapleton, D. Kay, N. Humphrey, J. Watkins, C. Francis, A. McDonald and J. Crowther
199 - 207
THE IMPACT OF BIRD POPULATIONS ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF BATHING WATERS
A. Wither, M. Rehfisch and G. Austin
209 - 216
Nutrient load estimation in nonpoint source pollution of Hong Kong region
H.E. Li, J.H.W. Lee, A. Koenig and A.W. Jayawardena
217 - 224
Persistent pollutants urban rivers sediment survey: implications for pollution control
C. Wilson, R. Clarke, B.J. D'Arcy, K.V. Heal and P.W. Wright
225 - 230
An assessment of the impact of the proposed EU bathing water directive on Irish coastal bathing area compliance
R. Chawla, K. Real and B. Masterson
231 - 237
Diffuse inputs of nutrients to Dublin Bay
JamesG. Wilson
239 - 247
Results of 10 years of monitoring nitrogen in the sandy regions in The Netherlands
D. Fraters, L.J.M. Boumans, T.C.van Leeuwen and W.D.de Hoop
249 - 257
A procedure to define natural groundwater conditions of groundwater bodies in Germany
F. Wendland, S. Hannappel, R. Kunkel, R. Schenk, H.J. Voigt and R. Wolter
259 - 266
Assessment of nitrogen excess in an agricultural area using a nitrogen balance approach
H. Muhammetoglu, A. Muhammetoglu and S. Soyupak
267 - 274
Is the destabilisation of lake Peipsi ecosystem caused by increased phosphorus loading or decreased nitrogen loading?
T. Nõges, R. Laugaste, E. Loigu, I. Nedogarko, B. Skakalski and P. Nõges
275 - 281
A novel method for evaluating bioavailability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sediments of an urban stream
F. Nakajima, A. Baun, A. Ledin and P.S. Mikkelsen
283 - 290
Nutrient emissions from diffuse and point sources into the River Danube and its main tributaries for the period of 1998 - 2000 - results and problems
H. Schreiber, H. Behrendt, L.T. Constantinescu, I. Cvitanic, D. Drumea, D. Jabucar, S. Juran, B. Pataki, S. Snishko and M. Zessner
291 - 299
Management of regional German river catchments (REGFLUD) impact of nitrogen reduction measures on the nitrogen load in the River Ems and the River Rhine
R. Kunkel, H. Bogena, H. Goemann, P. Kreins and F. Wendland
301 - 307
GIS-based influence analysis of geomorphological properties on pollutant wash-off in agricultural area
M.S. Bae and S.R. Ha
309 - 317
Statistical modelling of riverine nutrient sources and retention in the Lake Peipsi drainage basin
A. Vassiljev and P. Stålnacke
319 - 327
Modelling nitrate losses from agricultural activities on a national scale
S.M. Dunn, A.J.A. Vinten, A. Lilly, J. DeGroote and M. McGechan
329 - 337
Effect of uncertainties in agricultural working schedules and Monte-Carlo evaluation of the model input in basin-scale runoff model analysis of herbicides
Y. Matsui, T. Inoue, T. Matsushita, T. Yamada, M. Yamamoto and Y. Sumigama
339 - 346
Incorporating uncertainty into predictions of diffuse-source phosphorus transfers (using readily available data)
E.G. Murdoch, M.J. Whelan and I.C. Grieve
347 - 354
Propagation of uncertainty in diffuse pollution into water quality predictions: application to the River Dender in Flanders, Belgium
V. Vandenberghe, A.van Griensven, W. Bauwens and P.A. Vanrolleghem
355 - 363
GIS-based quantification of future nutrient loads into Lake Peipsi/Chudskoe using qualitative regional development scenarios
D.S.J. Mourad, M. Van der Perk, G.D. Gooch, E. Loigu, K. Piirimäe and P. Stålnacke
365 - 372
Public participation to improve water resource management in Uzbekistan
G. Khasankhanova
373 - 381
Review of attitudes and awareness in the agricultural industry to diffuse pollution issues
D. Merrilees and A. Duncan
383 - 391
Effects of water protection measures on the profitability of farms
U. Schulthei, P. Jäger, H. Döhler and B. Eurich-Menden
393 - 400
A study of SS size distribution during runoff and fractionation of phosphates depending on soil size in agricultural watershed
S.-H. Sa, T. Masuda and Y. Hosoi
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 5
Contents
1–4
Hydrological simulations in the Rhine basin
B.van den Hurk, J. Beersma and G. Lenderink
5–14
Precipitation variability in the Meuse basin in relation to atmospheric circulation
M. Tu, P.J.M.de Laat, M.J. Hall and M.J.M.de Wit
15–21
Spatial variability of trends in hydrological extremes induced by orographically enhanced rainfall events due to westerly atmospheric circulations
L. Pfister, G. Drogue, C. Poirier and L. Hoffmann
23–30
Climatic change and the effect on hydrology and water management in the Rhine basin
P. Krahe, H. Buiteveld, L. Pfister, Ch. Ritz and E. Sprokkereef
31–36
Future increase in harmful algal blooms in the North Sea due to climate change
L. Peperzak
37–44
Climate change and drinking water production in The Netherlands: a flexible approach
T.A.B. Ramaker, A.F.M. Meuleman, L. Bernhardi and G. Cirkel
45–52
Spatial planning for adapting to climate change
P.E.V.van Walsum, J. Runhaar and J.F.M. Helming
53–59
Climate change and effects on water quality: a first impression
H.A.J. Senhorst and J.J.G. Zwolsman
61–67
Development of a method for assessing flood vulnerability
R.F. Connor and K. Hiroki
69–78
Targeting attention on local vulnerabilities using an integrated index approach: the example of the climate vulnerability index
C. Sullivan and J. Meigh
79–87
Effect of climate changes on waterborne disease in The Netherlands
J.F. Schijven and A.M.de Roda Husman
89–95
Some rationales for risk sharing and financing adaptation
L.M. Bouwer and P. Vellinga
97–103
Vulnerability to global environmental changes in Argentina: opportunities for upgrading regional water resources management strategies
P.J. Bereciartua
105–112
Water systems and risk analysis
O.A.C. Hoes, W. Schuurmans and J. Strijker
113–120
Development of perspective-based water management strategies for the Rhine and Meuse basins
W.P.A.van Deursen and H. Middelkoop
121–131
Adaptation for river basins: connecting policy goals to the water resources system
J. Aerts
133–140
Flood management under climatic variability and its future perspective in Japan
T. Ikeda, J. Yoshitani and A. Terakawa
141–148
Groundwater storage and water security: making better use of our largest reservoir
A. Tuinhof, T. Olsthoorn, J.P. Heederik and J.de Vries
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 6-7
Contents
1-8
Correlation between membrane fouling and soluble/colloidal organic substances in membrane bioreactors for municipal wastewater treatment
B. Lesjean, S. Rosenberger, C. Laabs, M. Jekel, R. Gnirss and G. Amy
9-18
Quantitative analysis of biological effect on membrane fouling in submerged membrane bioreactor
J. Cho, K.G. Song, H. Yun, K.H. Ahn, J.Y. Kim and T.H. Chung
19-25
Optimising the operation of a MBR pilot plant by quantitative analysis of the membrane fouling mechanism
T. Jiang, M.D. Kennedy, B.F. Guinzbourg, P.A. Vanrolleghem and J.C. Schippers
27-34
Fouling control in submerged membrane bioreactors
S. Judd
35-44
Effects of starvation conditions on biomass behaviour for minimization of sludge production in membrane bioreactors
J. Lobos, C. Wisniewski, M. Heran and A. Grasmick
45-50
A novel application of an anaerobic membrane process in wastewater treatment
H.S. You, C.C. Tseng, M.J. Peng, S.H. Chang, Y.C. Chen and S.H. Peng
51-58
Modelling of the extractive membrane bioreactor process based on natural fluorescence fingerprints and process operation history
G. Wolf, J.S. Almeida, M.A.M. Reis and J.G. Crespo
59-68
Continuous biological ferrous iron oxidation in a submerged membrane bioreactor
D. Park, D.S. Lee and J.M. Park
69-76
Using an improved 1D boundary layer model with CFD for flux prediction in gas-sparged tubular membrane ultrafiltration
S.R. Smith, T. Taha and Z.F. Cui
77-84
The fouling characterization and control in the high concentration PAC membrane bioreactor HCPAC-MBR
G.T. Seo, S.W. Jang, S.H. Lee and C.H. Yoon
85-92
Predicting membrane flux decline from complex mixtures using flow-field flow fractionation measurements and semi-empirical theory
J. Pellegrino, S. Wright, J. Ranvill and G. Amy
93-100
Effect of pre-coagulation on mitigating irreversible fouling during ultrafiltration of a surface water
K. Kimura, Y. Hane and Y. Watanabe
101-106
Investigation of membrane fouling in ultrafiltration using model organic compounds
J.H. Kweon and D.F. Lawler
107-114
Function of dynamic membrane in self-forming dynamic membrane coupled bioreactor
Y. Wu, X. Huang, X. Wen and F. Chen
115-122
The relationship between critical flux and fibre movement induced by bubbling in a submerged hollow fibre system
F. Wicaksana, A.G. Fan and V. Chen
123-134
Membrane fouling and selectivity mechanisms in effluent ultrafiltration coupled with flocculation
Y. Soffer, R.Ben Aim and A. Adin
135-142
Influence of module configuration and hydrodynamics in water clarification by immersed membrane systems
P.Choksuchart Sridang, M. Heran and A. Grasmick
143-150
Influence of floc structure on membrane permeability in the coagulation-MF process
M.-H. Cho, C.-H. Lee and S. Lee
151-157
Effects of flux enhancing polymer on the characteristics of sludge in membrane bioreactor process
S.-H. Yoon, J.H. Collins, D. Musale, S. Sundararajan, S.-P. Tsai, G.A. Hallsby, J.F. Kong, J. Koppes and P. Cachia
159-164
Use of fouling resistant nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes for dyeing wastewater effluent treatment
S.-W. Myung, I.-H. Choi, S.-H. Lee, I.-C. Kim and K.-H. Lee
165-172
Performance of individual fibers in a submerged hollow fiber bundle
A. Yeo and A.G. Fane
173-180
Performances of a hybrid adsorption/submerged membrane biological process for toxic waste removal
N. Lesage, M. Spérandio and C. Cabassud
181-192
Biofilms: their structure, activity, and effect on membrane filtration
Z. Lewandowski and H. Beyenal
201-207
Microbial community in biofilm on membrane surface of submerged MBR: effect of in-line cleaning chemical agent
B.-R. Lim, K.-H. Ahn, K.-G. Song and J.W. Cho
209-219
Performance of ultrafiltration membrane process combined with coagulation/sedimentation
N.-Y. Jang, Y. Watanabe and S. Minegishi
221-229
Research experiences in direct potable water treatment using coagulation/ultrafiltration
A. Lerch, S. Panglisch and R. Gimbel
231-240
Factors causing PAC cake fouling in PAC-MF (powdered activated carbon-microfiltration) water treatment systems
P. Zhao, S. Takizawa, H. Katayama and S. Ohgaki
241-248
Development of a hybrid ozonation biofilm-membrane filatration process for the production of drinking water
T. Leiknes, M. Lazarova and H. Ødegaard
249-256
Rapid adsorption pretreatment with submicrometre powdered activated carbon particles before microfiltration
Y. Matsui, R. Murase, T. Sanogawa, N. Aoki, S. Mima, T. Inoue and T. Matsushita
257-265
Efficiency of membrane processes for taste and odor removal
A. Bruchet and J.M. Laîné
267-275
Scale formation in NF/RO: mechanism and control
S. Lee and C.H. Lee
277-284
Foulant characterization of the NF membranes with and without pretreatment of biologically treated wastewater
H.K. Shon, S. Vigneswaran, H.H. Ngo, InS. Kim and R.Ben Aim
285-291
Impact of RO-desalted water on distribution water qualities
J. Taylor, J. Dietz, A. Randall and S. Hong
293-304
Hybrid membrane operations in water desalination and industrial process rationalisation
E. Drioli, G.Di Profio and E. Curcio
305-312
Comparison of treatment efficiency of submerged nanofiltration membrane bioreactors using cellulose triacetate and polyamide membrane
J.-H. Choi, K. Fukushi and K. Yamamoto
313-318
Comparison of SAR (sodium adsorption ratio) between RO and NF processes for the reclamation of secondary effluent
I.-S. Chang, E.-W. Lee, S. Oh and Y. Kim
319-326
Modeling the influence of temperature on degree of concentration polarization in reverse osmosis systems
S.P. Agashichev
327-334
Transport of target anions, chromate (Cr (VI)), arsenate (As (V)), and perchlorate (ClO4), through RO, NF, and UF membranes
J. Yoon, G. Amy and Y. Yoon
335-344
Rejection of trace organic compounds by high-pressure membranes
T.-U. Kim, G. Amy and J.E. Drewes
345-348
Processes of particle deposition in membrane operation and fabrication
M.R. Wiesner, V. Tarabara and M. Cortalezzi
349-355
Removal of manganese from water using combined chelation/membrane separation systems
S.-C. Han, K.-H. Choo, S.-J. Choi and M.M. Benjamin
357-364
Incorporating membrane gas diffusion into a membrane bioreactor for hydrogenotrophic denitrification of groundwater
H. Mo, J.A. Oleszkiewicz, N. Cicek and B. Rezania
365-371
Feasibility study on the removal of nitrous compounds with a hollow-fiber membrane biofilm reactor
J.-H. Shin, B.-I. Sang, Y.-C. Chung and Y.-K. Choung
373-380
Removal of humic acid foulant from ultrafiltration membrane surface using photocatalytic oxidation process
H. Fang, D.D. Sun, M. Wu, W. Phay and J.H. Tay
381-390
Removal of endocrine disruptors using homogeneous metal catalyst combined with nanofiltration membrane
J.H. Kim, H. Kwon, S. Lee and C.H. Lee
391-402
Nutrients removal in MBRs for municipal wastewater treatment
M. Kraume, U. Bracklow, M. Vocks and A. Drews
403-409
Hydrogen-dependent denitrification in an alternating anoxic-aerobic SBR membrane bioreactor
B. Rezania, J.A. Oleszkiewicz, N. Cicek and H. Mo
411-419
MBR/RO/ozone processes for TFT-LCD industrial wastewater treatment and recycling
T.K. Chen, C.H. Ni, Y.C. Chan and M.C. Lu
421-430
Effect of organic loading rate on a wastewater treatment process combining moving bed biofilm and membrane reactors
E. Melin, T. Leiknes, H. Helness, V. Rasmussen and H. Ødegaard
431-440
Membrane bioreactors for water reclamation
G. Tao, K. Kekre, Z. Wei, T.C. Lee, B. Viswanath and H. Seah
441-446
Evaluation of MBR effluent characteristics for reuse purposes
S. Oota, T. Murakami, K. Takemura and K. Noto
447-453
Elimination of aromatic surfactants from municipal wastewaters: comparison of conventional activated sludge treatment and membrane biological reactor
S. Terzic, M. Matosic, M. Ahel and I. Mijatovic
455-463
Development of an integrated membrane process for water reclamation
C.H. Lew, J.Y. Hu, L.F. Song, L.Y. Lee, S.L. Ong, W.J. Ng and H. Seah
465-471
Application of membrane bioreactor system with full scale plant on livestock wastewater
H. Kim, H.-S. Kim, I.-T. Yeom and Y.-B. Chae
473-482
Design considerations for wastewater treatment by reverse osmosis
C.R. Bartels, M. Wilf, K. Andes and J. Iong
483-490
Performance comparison of a pilot-scale membrane bioreactor and a full-scale sequencing batch reactor with sand filtration: treatment of low strength wastewater from a northern Canadian Aboriginal Community
K. Frederickson and N. Cicek
491-497
A pilot-scale photocatalyst-membrane hybrid reactor: performance and characterization
J. Ryu, W. Choi and K.-H. Choo
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 8
Contents
1–4
Overarching conclusions and comments from the 2004 Stockholm Water Symposium
5–12
Recent developments in lake modelling
S.E. Jørgensen
13–26
Applying science to conservation and restoration of the world's wetlands
W.J. Mitsch
27–37
Groundwater and human development: challenges and opportunities in livelihoods and environment
T. Shah
39–39
Workshop 1 (synthesis): systems for sustainable urban water services
A. Speers, G. Brattberg and J. Oatridge
41–49
Decision support tools for urban water and wastewater systems – focussing on hazardous flows assessment
P.-A. Malmqvist and H. Palmquist
51–57
Pro-poor strategies for urban water supply and sanitation services delivery in Africa
P. Cross and A. Morel
59–59
Workshop 2 (synthesis): principles for management of urban water services
M. Rouse, M. Blokland, R. Martin and P. Söderbaum
61–69
Policy principles and implementation guidelines for private sector participation in the water sector – a step towards better results
D. Rothenberger, U. Frei and F. Brugger
71–79
Promoting good governance through regulatory frameworks in African water utilities
D.D. Mwanza
81–82
Workshop 3 (synthesis): recycling and water utilities – shared characteristics of well performing and 'turnaround' utilities and the reform of poorly performing utilities
A. Rahman and R. Otterpohl
83–89
Urban water recycling
T. Asano
91–97
Protecting human and ecological health under viral threats in Asia
S. Matsui
99–107
UN water action decade: a unique challenge and chance for water engineers
P.A. Wilderer
109–118
Sustainable sanitation and water in small urban centres
A. Rosemarin
119–119
Workshop 4 (synthesis): green/blue water management options for crop production
J. Rockström and L. Gordon
121–131
Green–blue water system innovations for upgrading of smallholder farming systems – a policy framework for development
N. Hatibu and J. Rockström
133–143
Water and the other three revolutions needed to end rural poverty
P. Polak
145–145
Workshop 5 (synthesis): cascading effective water use in catchment systems
F.Rijsberman (Chair) and J.Harlin (Rapporteur)
147–154
Improving basin water use in linked agricultural, ecological and urban systems: seeking new flow paths and avoiding dead ends
D. Molden and M.G. Bos
155–155
Workshop 6 (synthesis): water for efficient, sustainable fisheries and aquaculture
T. Jonch-Clausen, S.Hamrin (Rapporteur) and O.Linden (Co-rapporteur)
157–161
Managing rivers for fisheries and livelihoods: how can we do it better?
P. Dugan
163–164
Workshop 7a (synthesis): sustainable groundwater management
A. Shady, O. Varis and C. Tortajada
165–165
Workshop 7b (synthesis): sustainable groundwater management in rural areas
T. Shah, K. Cederwall and B. Egboka
167–174
Intensive groundwater use: a silent revolution that cannot be ignored
M.R. Llamas and P. Martínez-Santos
175–175
Workshop 8 (synthesis): water governance – a key driver for food and urban security
R. Lenton, S. Tyler and H. Tropp
177–185
River basins: the environmental engines to keep us all running
P. Matthews
187–188
Summary and conclusions from the SIWI Seminar for Young Water ProfessionalsFood and urban security – breaking the urban/rural division in water management
T.Sjömander Magnusson
189–192
Report from the poster sessions and list of posters presented
C. Hagebro
193–198
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 9
Contents
1–9
Danish guidelines for small-scale constructed wetland systems for onsite treatment of domestic sewage
H. Brix and C.A. Arias
11–21
How to treat raw sewage with constructed wetlands: an overview of the French systems
P. Molle, A. Liénard, C. Boutin, G. Merlin and A. Iwema
23–30
Constructed wetlands for CSO treatment: an overview of practice and research in Germany
M. Uhl and U. Dittmer
31–37
Constructed wetlands in UK urban surface drainage systems
B. Shutes, J.B. Ellis, D.M. Revitt and L.N.L. Scholes
39–46
Free water surface wetlands for wastewater treatment in Sweden: nitrogen and phosphorus removal
J.L. Andersson, S.Kallner Bastviken and K.S. Tonderski
47–53
Using a compact combined constructed wetland system to treat agricultural wastewater with high nitrogen
S. Kantawanichkul and S. Somprasert
55–61
Constructed wetland attenuation of nitrogen exported in subsurface drainage from irrigated and rain-fed dairy pastures
C.C. Tanner, M.L. Nguyen and J.P.S. Sukias
63–71
Removal of nitrogen in different wetland filter materials: use of stable nitrogen isotopes to determine factors controlling denitrification and DNRA
P.T. Mørkved, A.K. Søvik, B. Kløve and L.R. Bakken
73–79
Treatment of dirty water from dairy farms using a soil-based batch recirculation system
S.F. Tyrrel and P.B. Leeds-Harrison
81–90
The performance of vertical flow constructed wetland systems with special reference to the significance of oxygen transfer and hydraulic loading rates
P. Cooper
91–97
Influence of surface layer on hydrology and biology of gravel bed vertical flow constructed wetlands
F. Chazarenc and G. Merlin
99–107
Sludge reed bed facilities: operation and problems
S. Nielsen
109–117
Mineralisation of hazardous organic compounds in a sludge reed bed and sludge storage
S. Nielsen
119–126
Treatment of septage in constructed wetlands in tropical climate: lessons learnt from seven years of operation
T. Koottatep, N. Surinkul, C. Polprasert, A.S.M. Kamal, D. Koné, A. Montangero, U. Heinss and M. Strauss
127–135
Factors affecting the longevity of sub-surface horizontal flow systems operating as tertiary treatment for sewage effluent
D. Cooper, P. Griffin and P. Cooper
137–144
The effect of a vertical flow filter bed on a hybrid constructed wetland system
A. Noorvee, E. Põldvere and Ü. Mander
145–155
Vertical flow constructed wetlands for municipal wastewater and septage treatment in French rural area
J. Paing and J. Voisin
157–164
Treatments of oil-refinery and steel-mill wastewaters by mesocosm constructed wetland systems
L. Yang and C.C. Hu
165–171
BTEX degradation in a cold-climate wetland system
S. Wallace and R. Kadlec
173–176
Potential of a tropical subsurface constructed wetland to remove phenol from pre-treated pulp and papermill wastewater
M.A. Abira, J.J.A.van Bruggen and P. Denny
177–184
Processes in vertical-flow reed beds: nitrification, oxygen transfer and soil clogging
K. Kayser and S. Kunst
185–192
Root stimulated nitrogen removal: only a local effect or important for water treatment?
Ch. Münch, P. Kuschk and I. Röske
193–203
Apatite as an interesting seed to remove phosphorus from wastewater in constructed wetlands
P. Molle, A. Liénard, A. Grasmick, A. Iwema and A. Kabbabi
205–212
Retention of Escherichia coli in municipal sewage by means of planted soil filters in two-stage pilot plant systems
O. Baeder-Bederski, M. Dürr, M. Borneff-Lipp, P. Kuschk, R. Netter, G. Daeschlein, P. Mosig and R.A. Müller
213–223
The role of plant uptake on the removal of organic matter and nutrients in subsurface flow constructed wetlands: a simulation study
G. Langergraber
225–232
Simulation of a subsurface vertical flow constructed wetland for CSO treatment
U. Dittmer, D. Meyer and G. Langergraber
233–241
In-situ monitoring of microbial biomass in wetland mesocosms
J. McHenry and A. Werker
243–250
Impact of operational maintenance on the asset life of storm reed beds
D.P.L. Rousseau, D. Horton, P. Griffin, P.A. Vanrolleghem and N.De Pauw
251–258
Treatment of gully pot liquor containing heavy metals with constructed wetlands in Scotland
M. Scholz, P. Anderson and B.I. Forman
259–266
The effect of the scale of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands on flow and transport parameters
F. Suliman, H. French, L.E. Haugen, B. Kløve and P. Jenssen
267–273
Phosphorus removal in constructed wetlands: can suitable alternative media be identified?
C.A. Arias and H. Brix
275–282
Enhancing phosphorus removal in constructed wetlands with ochre from mine drainage treatment
K.V. Heal, K.E. Dobbie, E. Bozika, H. McHaffie, A.E. Simpson and K.A. Smith
283–290
Optimization of low-cost phosphorus removal from wastewater using co-treatments with constructed wetlands
J.W. Leader, K.R. Reddy and A.C. Wilkie
291–298
Wetland to pond treatment gradients
R.H. Kadlec
299–306
Exceeding tertiary standards with a pond/reed bed system in Norway
W. Browne and P.D. Jenssen
307–314
Sediment deposition in constructed wetland ponds with emergent vegetation: laboratory study and mathematical model
B.H. Schmid, U. Stephan and M.A. Hengl
315–322
Influence of biofilm on removal of surrogate faecal microbes in a constructed wetland and maturation pond
R. Stott and C.C. Tanner
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 10
Contents
1–2
Sustainable water management in rural and peri-urban areas: what technology do we need to meet the UN Millennium Development Goals?
P.A. Wilderer
7–14
From conventional to advanced environmental sanitation
R. Schertenleib
15–20
Technology for sustainability: the role of onsite, small and community scale technology
G. Ho
21–27
Emerging approaches to integrated urban water management: cluster scale application
J. Hunt, M. Anda, K. Mathew, G. Ho and G. Priest
29–38
Small scale sanitation technologies
W. Green and G. Ho
39–46
Effective distribution of domestic wastewater effluent between percolation trenches in on-site treatment systems
L.W. Gill, A. Hand and C. O'Súlleabháin
47–55
Mathematical modelling of small wastewater treatment plants: power and limitations
N. Philips, S. Heyvaerts, K. Lammens and J.F.Van Impe
55–63
On-site wastewater management system design and landslide risk assessment
J.H. Whitehead and A. Leventhal
65–73
Parameter investigation for decentralised dewatering and solar thermic drying of sludge
B. Wett, M. Demattio and W. Becker
75–83
Integrated airlift bioreactor system for on-site small wastewater treatment
S.L. Chen, F. Li, Y. Qiao, H.G. Yang and F.X. Ding
85–92
Enhancement of oxygen transfer and nitrogen removal in a membrane separation bioreactor for domestic wastewater treatment
C. Chiemchaisri and K. Yamamoto
93–100
Particle and microorganism removal in floating plastic media coupled with microfiltration membrane for surface water treatment
C. Chiemchaisri, W. Chiemchaisri, T. Kornboonraksa, C. Dumrongsukit, S. Threedeach, H. H. Ngo and S. Vigneswaran
101–109
Pilot-testing an alternative on-site wastewater treatment system for small communities and its automatic control
S.-W. Hong, Y.-S. Choi, S.-J. Kim and G. Kwon
109–118
Optimal maintenance of constructed wetlands using an environmental decision support system
C. Turon, J. Alemany, J. Bou, J. Comas and M. Poch
119–128
Subsurface flow reedbeds using alternative media for the treatment of domestic greywater in Monteverde, Costa Rica, Central America
S. Dallas and G. Ho
129–138
Aspects of design, structure, performance and operation of reed beds – eight years' experience in northeastern New South Wales, Australia
L. Davison, T. Headley and K. Pratt
139–146
Treatment of high strength wastewater with vertical flow constructed wetland filters
G.De Feo, G. Lofrano and V. Belgiorno
147–154
Requirements and test methods for on site domestic wastewater treatment plants: the European standard (prEN 12566-3) compared to other international standards
S. Nonet
155–162
Microbiological studies of an anaerobic baffled reactor: microbial community characterisation and deactivation of health-related indicator bacteria
T. Lalbahadur, S. Pillay, N. Rodda, M. Smith, C. Buckley, F. Holder, F. Bux and K. Foxon
163–169
Effluent quality from 200 on-site sewage systems: design values for guidelines
K.J. Charles, N.J. Ashbolt, D.J. Roser, R. McGuinness and D.A. Deere
171–177
Monitoring of the process of composting of kitchen waste in an institutional scale worm farm
R. Kristiana, J. Nair, M. Anda and K. Mathew
179–186
Evaluating the application of a decision support system in identifying adequate wastewater treatment for small communities. A case study: the Fluvia River Basin
J. Alemany, J. Comas, C. Turon, M.D. Balaguer, M. Poch, M.A. Puig and J. Bou
187–194
On-site greywater treatment and reuse in multi-storey buildings
E. Friedler, R. Kovalio and N.I. Galil
195–202
Research on wastewater reuse planning in Beijing central region
H. Jia, R. Guo, K. Xin and J. Wang
203–210
Greywater recycling systems in Germany – results, experiences and guidelines
E. Nolde
211–220
Recycling of treated domestic effluent from an on-site wastewater treatment system for hydroponics
N. Oyama, J. Nair and G.E. Ho
221–229
Nutrient reduction evaluation of sewage effluent treatment options for small communities
P.D. Beavers and I.K. Tully
231–239
Evaluation of bipolar electrocoagulation applied to biofiltration for phosphorus removal
M.J. Yu, J.S. Koo, G.N. Myung, Y.K. Cho and Y.M. Cho
241–248
Effect of internal recycle rate on the high-strength nitrogen wastewater treatment in the combined UBF/MBR system
Y.T. Ahn, S.T. Kang, S.R. Chae, J.L. Lim, S.H. Lee and H.S. Shin
249–257
Application of remote monitoring and automatic control system using neural network for small wastewater treatment plants in Korea
H. Lee, K.M. Lee, C.H. Park and Y.H. Park
259–267
The effect of nitrogen loading on on-site system design: a model for determining land application area size
A. McCardell, L. Davison and A. Edwards
267–272
Evaluation of recirculating sand filter in a cold climate
S.H. Christopherson, J.L. Anderson and D.M. Gustafson
273–281
An overview of the Central Queensland University self-contained evapotranspiration beds
B. Kele, D.J. Midmore, K. Harrower, B.J. McKennariey and B. Hood
283–290
Effluent tracing and the transport of contaminants from a domestic septic system
P.M. Geary
291–300
Hydrogen sulphide production tests and the detection of groundwater faecal contamination by septic seepage
D.J. Roser, N. Ashbolt, G. Ho, K. Mathew, J. Nair, D. Ryken-Rapp and S. Toze
301–310
Equalization characteristics of an upflow sludge blanket – aerated biofilter (USB-AF) system
H.-B. Jun, S.-M. Park, J.-K. Park and S.-H. Lee
311–316
On-site treatment of a motorway service area wastewater using a package sequencing batch reactor (SBR)
J.Del Solar, S. Hudson and T. Stephenson
317–325
The role of membrane technology in sustainable decentralized wastewater systems
A.G. Fane and S.A. Fane
327–334
Immersed Membrane BioReactor (IMBR) for treatment of combined domestic and dairy wastewater in an isolated farm
A. Bick, J.G.P. Tuttle, S. Shandalov and G. Oron
335–343
Package plant of extended aeration membrane bioreactors: a study on aeration intensity and biofouling control
Z. Ujang, S.S. Ng and H. Nagaoka
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 11
Contents
1–8
Comparative analysis of heavy metal and radionuclide contaminants in Black Sea green and red macroalgae
A.S. Strezov and Tz.P. Nonova
9–18
Phytoplankton community and hydrochemical characteristics of the Western Black Sea
V. Velikova, A. Cociasu, L. Popa, L. Boicenco and D. Petrova
19–31
Long-term evolution and trends of the hydrological and hydrochemical parameters in Bulgarian Black Sea waters during the period 1992–2000
S. Dineva
27–35
Rehabilitation studies and recovery of a once lifeless estuary: the Golden Horn
A. Yüksek, E. Okuş and N. Yılmaz
37–43
Multivariate statistical assessment of the pollution sources along the stream of Kamchia River, Bulgaria
G. Mihailov, V. Simeonov, N. Nikolov and G. Mirinchev
45–52
Legal aspects of sea water quality: Turkish and EU directives
D. Dolgen
53–61
Implementing the Water Framework Directive in Bulgaria: integrated river basin management on the Black Sea coast
A. Pratt, J. Lønholdt, P.E. Jørgensen, B. Persson, V. Nikolov, R. Ianev, V. Dontchev and M. Klint
63–70
Clinoptilolite: a possible support material for nitrifying biofilms for effective control of ammonium effluent quality?
H. Inan and B.Beler Baykal
71–77
Ion exchange with natural zeolites: an alternative for water softening?
S. Cinar and B. Beler-Baykal
79–85
Characteristic of the sludge from the wastewater treatment plants near Varna city and possibilities for use in agriculture
S. Marinova-Garvanska
87–93
BTEX degradation by fungi
N. Nikolova and V. Nenov
95–103
The effect of temperature and sludge age on COD removal and nitrification in a moving bed sequencing batch biofilm reactor
H. Dulkadiroglu, E.U. Cokgor, N. Artan and D. Orhon
105–114
Effect of primary sludge fermentation products on mass balance for biological treatment
E. Ubay-Cokgor, S. Oktay, G.E. Zengin, N. Artan and D. Orhon
115–120
Behavior of an Up-flow Anaerobic Sludge Bed (UASB) reactor at extreme salinity
C.Y. Gomec, S. Gonuldinc, N. Eldem and I. Ozturk
121–129
Evaluation of sludge management alternatives in Istanbul metropolitan area
M. Cakmakci, E. Erdim, C. Kinaci and L. Akca
131–139
Evaluation of denitrification potential of rotating biological contactors for treatment of municipal wastewater
O. Hanhan, D. Orhon, Kh. Krauth and B. Günder
141–149
Recent practices on wastewater reuse in Turkey
A. Tanik, A. Ekdal, F.Germirli Babuna and D. Orhon
151–158
Influence of extracellular polymeric substances on nitrogen removal in an intermittently-aerated membrane bioreactor
H. Nagaoka and H. Nemoto
159–166
Evaluation of the performance of the Tyson Foods wastewater treatment plant for nitrogen removal
E. Ubay-Cokgor, C.W. Randall and D. Orhon
167–174
Effectiveness of flow stabilization in small-scale wastewater treatment facilities
J. Nakajima and R. Tanaka
175–181
Nitrogen management in reservoir catchments through constructed wetland systems
B. Tunçsiper, S.Ç. Ayaz, L. Akça and A. Samsunlu
183–191
Lessons learned from investigations on case study level for modelling of nutrient emissions in the Danube basin
C. Schilling, H. Behrendt, A. Blaschke, S. Danielescu, G. Dimova, O. Gabriel, U. Heinecke, A. Kovacs, C. Lampert, C. Postolache, H. Schreiber, P. Strauss and M. Zessner
193–204
Considerations on the influence of extreme events on the phosphorus transport from river catchments to the sea
M. Zessner, C. Postolache, A. Clement, A. Kovacs and P. Strauss
205–212
Changes of the nutrient loads of the Danube since the late eighties: an analysis based on long term changes along the whole Danube River and its main tributaries
J.van Gils, H. Behrendt, A. Constantinescu, F. Laszlo and L. Popescu
213–220
GIS supported solid waste management in coastal areas
H. Sarptas, N. Alpaslan and D. Dolgen
221–229
Linking integrated water resources management and integrated coastal zone management
P.S. Rasch, N. Ipsen, A. Malmgren-Hansen and B. Mogensen
231–238
2D numerical modelling of bed profile changes due to tsunami effects on near shore coasts: Kadikoy case study
M.S. Kabdasli, V.S.Ozgur Kirca and A. Aydingakko
239–244
Remote sensing and GIS integration for land cover analysis, a case study: Bozcaada Island
F. Bektas and C. Goksel
245–251
Land use change analysis of Beykoz-Istanbul by means of satellite images and GIS
N. Musaoglu, M. Coskun and V. Kocabas
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 51 Number 12
Contents
1–9
Waste stabilisation ponds in France: state of the art and recent trends
Y. Racault and C. Boutin
11–16
Changes in waste stabilisation pond performance resulting from the retrofit of activated sludge treatment upstream: part I – water quality issues
N.J. Cromar, D.G. Sweeney, M.J. O'Brien and H.J. Fallowfield
17–22
Changes in waste stabilisation pond performance resulting from the retrofit of activated sludge treatment upstream: part II – management and operating issues
D.G. Sweeney, M.J. O'Brien, N.J. Cromar and H.J. Fallowfield
23–31
Twenty years' monitoring of Mèze stabilisation ponds: part I – removal of organic matter and nutrients
B. Picot, T. Andrianarison, J.P. Gosselin and F. Brissaud
33–41
Twenty years' monitoring of Mèze stabilisation ponds: part II – removal of faecal indicators
F. Brissaud, T. Andrianarison, J.L. Brouillet and B. Picot
43–49
A performance review of small German WSPs identifying improvement options
M. Barjenbruch and C. Erler
51–60
Performance of an intensive pond system treating municipal wastewater in a cold region
B. Wang, P. Qi, L. Wang, W. Lu, S. Liu and F. Zhao
61–67
Primary facultative ponds in the UK: the effect of operational parameters on performance and algal populations
K.L. Abis and D.D. Mara
69–74
Implications for physical design: the effect of depth on the performance of waste stabilization ponds
H.W. Pearson, S.T.Silva Athayde, G.B. Athayde and S.A. Silva
75–81
Escherichia coli removal in waste stabilization ponds: a comparison of modern and classical designs
C.G. Banda, P.A. Sleigh and D.D. Mara
83–90
Performance of very shallow ponds treating effluents from UASB reactors
M.von Sperling and L.C.A.M. Mascarenhas
91–97
Removal of E. coli and helminth eggs in UASB: polishing pond systems in Brazil
M.von Sperling, R.K.X. Bastos and M.T. Kato
99–102
Aerated rock filters for enhanced nitrogen and faecal coliform removal from facultative waste stabilization pond effluents
M. Johnson and D.D. Mara
103–106
CFD (computational fluid dynamics) modelling of baffles for optimizing tropical waste stabilization pond systems
A.N. Shilton and D.D. Mara
107–110
Virus removal in a pilot-scale 'advanced' pond system as indicated by somatic and F-RNA bacteriophages
R.J. Davies-Colley, R.J. Craggs, J. Park, J.P.S. Sukias, J.W. Nagels and R. Stott
111–116
'Active' filters for upgrading phosphorus removal from pond systems
A. Shilton, S. Pratt, A. Drizo, B. Mahmood, S. Banker, L. Billings, S. Glenny and D. Luo
117–124
Performance of a pilot-scale high rate algal pond system treating abattoir wastewater in rural South Australia: nitrification and denitrification
R.A. Evans, N.J. Cromar and H.J. Fallowfield
125–132
Anaerobic reactor/high rate pond combined technology for sewage treatment in the Mediterranean area
F.El Hafiane and B.El Hamouri
133–138
Improving nitrogen reduction in waste stabilisation ponds
H.E. Archer and B.M. O'Brien
139–142
Modeling ammonia removal in aerated facultative lagoons
C.D. Houweling, L. Kharoune, A. Escalas and Y. Comeau
143–152
Light attenuation parameters for waste stabilisation ponds
S. Heaven, C.J. Banks and E.A. Zotova
153–161
Optical characteristics of waste stabilization ponds: recommendations for monitoring
R.J. Davies-Colley, R.J. Craggs, J. Park and J.W. Nagels
163–172
Profiling and modelling of thermal changes in a large waste stabilisation pond
D.G. Sweeney, J.B. Nixon, N.J. Cromar and H.J. Fallowfield
173–181
The development and calibration of a physical model to assist in optimising the hydraulic performance and design of maturation ponds
G.J. Aldana, B.J. Lloyd, K. Guganesharajah and N. Bracho
183–190
Variations in BOD, algal biomass and organic matter biodegradation constants in a wind-mixed tropical facultative waste stabilization pond
C.G.R. Meneses, L.B. Saraiva, H.N.deS. Melo, J.L.S.de Melo and H.W. Pearson
191–199
Control of chironomid midge larvae in wastewater stabilisation ponds: comparison of five compounds
R. Craggs, L. Golding, S. Clearwater, L. Susarla and W. Donovan
201–204
Mosquito development and biological control in a macrophyte-based wastewater treatment plant
I.M.Kengne Noumsi, A. Akoa, R.Atangana Eteme, J. Nya, P. Ngniado, T. Fonkou and F. Brissaud
205–211
Reduction of odors from a facultative pond using two different operating practices
A. Truppel, J.L.M. Camargos, R.H.R.da Costa and P.Belli Filho
213–216
Determination of the sedimentation constants for total suspended solids and the algal component in a full-scale primary facultative pond operating at high wind velocities under tropical conditions
L.B. Saraiva, C.G.Ribeiro Meneses, H.N.de Souza Melo, A.L.Calado Araújo and H. Pearson
217–226
Some observations on the effects of accumulated benthic sludge on the behaviour of waste stabilisation ponds
C.J. Banks, S. Heaven and E.A. Zotova
227–234
Wastewater stabilisation ponds: sludge accumulation, technical and financial study on desludging and sludge disposal case studies in France
B. Picot, J.P. Sambuco, J.L. Brouillet and Y. Riviere
235–238
Evaluation of sludge from pond system for treatment of piggery wastes
C.T. Zanotelli, R.H.R. Costa and C.C. Perdomo
239–247
Investigating helminth eggs and Salmonella sp. in stabilization ponds treating septage
G.S. Sanguinetti, C. Tortul, M.C. García, V. Ferrer, A. Montangero and M. Strauss
249–252
Isolation of Salmonella sp. in sludge from septage treatment plant
G.S. Sanguinetti, V. Ferrer, M.C. García, C. Tortul, A. Montangero, D. Koné and M. Strauss
253–256
Potential biogas scrubbing using a high rate pond
G. Mandeno, R. Craggs, C. Tanner, J. Sukias and J. Webster-Brown
257–260
Treatment of wastewater containing high phenol concentrations using stabilisation ponds enriched with activated sludge
M.S. Ramos, J.L. Dávila, F. Esparza, F. Thalasso, J. Alba, A.L. Guerrero and F.J. Avelar
261–265
Photosynthetically oxygenated acetonitrile biodegradation by an algal-bacterial microcosm: a pilot-scale study
R. Muñoz, C. Rolvering, B. Guieysse and B. Mattiasson
267–274
Microphyte and macrophyte-based lagooningin tropical regions
I.M.K. Noumsi, J. Nya, A. Akoa, R.A. Eteme, A. Ndikefor, T. Fonkou and F. Brissaud
275–282
The effect of water hyacinths for wastewater treatment under Cuban climatic conditions
C. Rodriguez and P.D. Jenssen
283–289
Contribution of floating macrophytes (Lemna sp.) to pond modelization
H. Jupsin, H. Richard and J.L. Vasel
291–298
Comparison of nutrient cycling in a surface-flow constructed wetland and in a facultative pond treating secondary effluent
A.Sajn Slak, T.G. Bulc and D. Vrhovsek
299–306
Integrated natural treatment systems for developing communities: low-tech N-removal through the fluctuating microbial pathways
O. Shipin, T. Koottatep, N.T.T. Khanh and C. Polprasert
307–314
Comparison of maturation ponds and constructed wetlands as the final stage of an advanced pond system
C.C. Tanner, R.J. Craggs, J.P.S. Sukias and J.B.K. Park
315–323
Performance of a combined eco-system of ponds and constructed wetlands for wastewater reclamation and reuse
L. Wang, J. Peng, B. Wang and R. Cao
325–329
Municipal wastewater treatment with pond–constructed wetland system: a case study
X. Wang, X. Bai, J. Qiu and B. Wang
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 1-2
Contents
1–11
The anaerobic treatment approach towards a more sustainable and robust environmental protection
G. Lettinga
13–20
Metabolic interactions in methanogenic and sulfate-reducing bioreactors
A.J.M. Stams, C.M. Plugge, F.A.M.de Bok, B.H.G.W.van Houten, P. Lens, H. Dijkman and J. Weijma
21–29
Fundamentals of the fermentative production of hydrogen
P.C. Hallenbeck
31–37
Simultaneous wastewater treatment and biological electricity generation
B.E. Logan
39–47
Anaerobic digestion: impact of future greenhouse gases mitigation policies on methane generation and usage
P.F. Greenfield and D.J. Batstone
49–57
Integrated energy production and reduction of the environmental impact at alcohol distillery plants
A.C.van Haandel
59–66
Anaerobic digestion as a core technology in sustainable management of organic matter
W. Verstraete, F. Morgan-Sagastume, S. Aiyuk, M. Waweru, K. Rabaey and G. Lissens
67–72
Roles of methanogens on volatile organic sulfur compound production in anaerobically digested wastewater biosolids
Y. Chen, M.J. Higgins, N.A. Maas, S.N. Murthy, W.E. Toffey and D.J. Foster
73–78
Microbial characteristics of a methanogenic phenol-degrading sludge
T. Zhang, S.Z. Ke, Y. Liu and H.P. Fang
79–84
Behavior of cellulose-degrading bacteria in thermophilic anaerobic digestion process
K. Syutsubo, Y. Nagaya, S. Sakai and A. Miya
85–91
Analysis of community structures in anaerobic processes using a quantitative real-time PCR method
Y. Yu, C. Lee and S. Hwang
93–99
Hygienization by anaerobic digestion: comparison between evaluation by cultivation and quantitative real-time PCR
M. Lebuhn, M. Effenberger, G. Garcés, A. Gronauer and P.A. Wilderer
101–106
Molecular analysis of Desulfitobacterium frappieri pcp-1 involved in reductive dehalogenation of pentachlorophenol
R. Villemur, R. Beaudet, M. Lanthier, A. Gauthier, A. Boyer, J. Thibodeau, F. Lépine, M. Duguay and R. Pagé-Bélanger
107–113
Sequence-specific cleavage of 16S rRNA for rapid and quantitative detection of particular groups of anaerobes in bioreactors
Y. Sekiguchi, Y. Uyeno, A. Sunaga, H. Yoshida and Y. Kamagata
115–121
Start-up of bio-hydrogen production reactor seeded with sewage sludge and its microbial community analysis
M.L. Gong, N.Q. Ren and D.F. Xing
123–129
Influences of pH and hydraulic retention time on anaerobes converting beer processing wastes into hydrogen
J.J. Lay, C.J. Tsai, C.C. Huang, J.J. Chang, C.H. Chou, K.S. Fan, J.I. Chang and P.C. Hsu
131–138
Pilot-scale two-stage process: a combination of acidogenic hydrogenesis and methanogenesis
S.-K. Han, S.-H. Kim, H.-W. Kim and H.-S. Shin
139–144
Fermentative hydrogen production in a system using anaerobic digester sludge without heat treatment as a biomass source
I. Shizas and D.M. Bagley
145–151
Continuous hydrogen production from organic waste
T. Noike, I.B. Ko, S. Yokoyama, Y. Kohno and Y.Y. Li
153–160
Effect of pretreatment on acid fermentation of organic solid waste
H.J. Kim, Y.G. Choi, D.Y. Kim, D.H. Kim and T.H. Chung
161–166
Thermal pre-treatment of primary and secondary sludge at 70 °°C prior to anaerobic digestion
I.V. Skiadas, H.N. Gavala, J. Lu and B.K. Ahring
167–173
The efficacy of ozone as a pre- and post-treatment option for UASB-treated food processing wastewaters
G.O. Sigge, T.J. Britz, P.C. Fourie and C.A. Barnardt
175–181
Combined biological and physico-chemical treatment of baker's yeast wastewater
S. Kalyuzhnyi, M. Gladchenko, E. Starostina, S. Shcherbakov and A. Versprille
183–188
Assessment of electrochemical and chemical coagulation as post-treatment for the effluents of a UASB reactor treating cellulose pulp mill wastewater
A.P. Buzzini, A.J. Motheo and E.C. Pires
189–194
Effect of operating conditions and reactor configuration on efficiency of full-scale biogas plants
I. Angelidaki, K. Boe and L. Ellegaard
195–202
A dispersion based model for anaerobic digestion of solid cattle wastes in a stratified thermophilic accumulation system
H.M. El-Mashad, W.K.P.van Loon, G. Zeeman, G.P.A. Bot and G. Lettinga
203–208
Environmental aspects of the anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid wastes and of solid agricultural wastes
W. Edelmann, U. Baier and H. Engeli
209–215
Potential for biohydrogen and methane production from olive pulp
H.N. Gavala, I.V. Skiadas, B.K. Ahring and G. Lyberatos
217–222
Co-digestion of energy crops and the source-sorted organic fraction of municipal solid waste
Å. Nordberg and M. Edström
223–228
A hybrid anaerobic solid–liquid system for food waste digestion
J.Y. Wang, H. Zhang, O. Stabnikova, S.S. Ang and J.H. Tay
229–235
Effects of transient temperature increases on odor production from thermophilic anaerobic digestion
R. Iranpour, F. Alatriste-Mondragon, H.H.J Cox and R.T. Haug
237–244
Oxidative and thermo-oxidative co-treatment with anaerobic digestion of excess municipal sludge
J.A.Cacho Rivero, N. Madhavan, M.T. Suidan, P. Ginestet and J.-M. Audic
245–252
Full-scale application of anaerobic digestion process with partial ozonation of digested sludge
H. Yasui, K. Komatsu, R. Goel, Y.Y. Li and T. Noike
253–258
Membrane-coupled anaerobic digestion of municipal sewage sludge
A. Pierkiel and J. Lanting
259–266
Hydrolytic activity of alpha-amylase in anaerobic digested sludge
Y. Higuchi, A. Ohashi, H. Imachi and H. Harada
267–273
Reduction of sludge production from WWTP using thermal pretreatment and enhanced anaerobic methanisation
S. Graja, J. Chauzy, P. Fernandes, L. Patria and D. Cretenot
275–281
Effect of biological additives and micronutrients on the anaerobic digestion of physicochemical sludge
A. Noyola and A. Tinajero
283–288
Solving fecal coliform growth/reactivation in biosolids during full-scale post-digestion processes
R. Iranpour, R. Palacios, H.H.J. Cox and V. Abkian
289–297
Leachate pre-treatment strategies before recirculation in landfill bioreactors
V. Vigneron, T. Bouchez, C. Bureau, N. Mailly, L. Mazeas, C. Duquennoi, J.M. Audic, I. Hébé and N. Bernet
299–305
The effect of operational conditions on the performance of UASB reactors for domestic wastewater treatment
R.C. Leitão, J.A. Silva-Filho, W. Sanders, A.C.van Haandel, G. Zeeman and G. Lettinga
307–313
Performance of UASB septic tank for treatment of concentrated black water within DESAR concept
K. Kujawa-Roeleveld, T. Fernandes, Y. Wiryawan, A. Tawfik, M. Visser and G. Zeeman
315–322
Treatment of municipal wastewater UASB reactor effluent by unconventional flotation and UV disinfection
F. Tessele, L.O. Monteggia and J. Rubio
323–329
A low-cost municipal sewage treatment system witha combination of UASB and the "fourth-generation"downflow hanging sponge reactors
M. Tandukar, S. Uemura, I. Machdar, A. Ohashi and H. Harada
331–336
Phosphate inhibition on thermophilic acetoclastic methanogens: a warning
P.L. Paulo, A.B.dos Santos, C.N. Ide and G. Lettinga
337–342
Comparison of chemo-, hetero- and mixotrophic denitrification in laboratory-scale UASBs
R. Sierra-Alvarez, F. Guerrero, P. Rowlette, S. Freeman and J.A. Field
343–349
Anaerobic biodegradability of Tween surfactants used as a carbon source for the microbial reductive dechlorination of hexachlorobenzene
D.H. Yeh and S.G. Pavlostathis
351–356
Reductive decolourisation of azo dyes by mesophilic and thermophilic methanogenic consortia
F.J. Cervantes, A.B.dos Santos, M.P.de Madrid, A.J.M. Stams and J.B.van Lier
357–362
Anaerobic transformation of tetrachloroethane, perchloroethylene, and their mixtures by mixed-cultures enriched from contaminated soils and sediments
F. Aulenta, A. Fina, M. Potalivo, M.Petrangeli Papini, S. Rossetti and M. Majone
363–369
Thermophilic treatment by anaerobic granular sludge as an effective approach to accelerate the electron transfer and improve the reductive decolorization of azo dyes in bioreactors
A.B.dos Santos, J. Traverse, F.J. Cervantes and J.B.van Lier
371–376
Microbial sulphate reduction during anaerobic digestion: EGSB process performance and potential for nitrite suppression of SRB activity
C. O'Reilly and E. Colleran
377–383
Anaerobic biodecolorization of textile reactive anthraquinone and phthalocyanine dyebaths under hypersaline conditions
Y.H. Lee, R.D. Matthews and S.G. Pavlostathis
385–390
Treatment of a low concentration industrial chemicals mixture in an UASB reactor
P. Castilla, A. Leyva, U. García, O. Monroy and M. Meraz
391–396
Phenolic refinery wastewater biodegradation by an expanded granular sludge bed reactor
F.J. Almendariz, M. Meraz, A.D. Olmos and O. Monroy
397–403
Waste sizing solution as co-substrate for anaerobic decolourisation of textile dyeing wastewaters
I. Bisschops, A.B.dos Santos and H. Spanjers
405–411
UASB treatment of liquid residues from grass bioraffination
U. Baier and P. Delavy
413–418
Characterisation of high-rate acidogenesis processes using a titration and off-gas analysis sensor
C. Wangnai, R.J. Zeng and J. Keller
419–426
Kinetic parameters estimation in an anaerobic digestion process using successive quadratic programming
C.A. Aceves-Lara, E. Aguilar-Garnica, V. Alcaraz-González, O. González-Reynoso, J.P. Steyer, J.L. Dominguez-Beltran and V. González-Álvarez
427–433
Modular expert system for the diagnosis of operating conditions of industrial anaerobic digestion plants
L. Lardon, A. Puñal, J.A. Martinez and J.P. Steyer
435–440
Factors affecting measurement of specific methanogenic activity
Y.T. Cho, J.C. Young, J.A. Jordan and H.M. Moon
441–447
Effect of co-substrate, biomass and sulfate concentration on the performance of a control strategy used to determine the anaerobic stage length of an anaerobic/aerobic SBR degrading p-nitrophenol
G. Buitrón, G. Moreno, M.E. García and J. Moreno
449–456
Robust interval-based regulation for anaerobic digestion processes
V. Alcaraz-González, J. Harmand, A. Rapaport, J.P. Steyer, V. González-Álvarez and C. Pelayo-Ortiz
457–464
An integrated system to remote monitor and control anaerobic wastewater treatment plants through the internet
O. Bernard, B. Chachuat, A. Hélias, B.Le Dantec, B. Sialve, J.-P. Steyer, L. Lardon, P. Neveu, S. Lambert, J. Gallop, M. Dixon, P. Ratini, A. Quintabà, S. Frattesi, J.M. Lema, E. Roca, G. Ruiz, J. Rodriguez, A. Franco, P. Vanrolleghem, U. Zaher, D.J.W.De Pauw, K.De Neve, K. Lievens, D. Dochain, O. Schoefs, H. Fibrianto, R. Farina, V.Alcaraz Gonzalez, V.Gonzalez Alvarez, P. Lemaire, J.A. Martinez, F. Esandi, O. Duclaud and J.F. Lavigne
465–471
Multi-wavelength fluorometry for anaerobic digestion process monitoring
E. Morel, K. Santamaria, M. Perrier, S.R. Guiot and B. Tartakovsky
473–478
Online headspace chromatographic method for measuring VFA in biogas reactor
K. Boe, D.J. Batstone and I. Angelidaki
479–485
Automated equipment for anaerobic sludge parameters determination
F. Fdz-Polanco, P. Nieto, S.Pérez Elvira, F.P.van der Zee, M. Fdz-Polanc and P.A. García
487–492
Application of the IWA Anaerobic Digestion Model (ADM1) for simulating full-scale anaerobic sewage sludge digestion
Y. Shang, B.R. Johnson and R. Sieger
493–500
Continuity-based interfacing of models for wastewater systems described by Petersen matrices
P.A. Vanrolleghem, C. Rosen, U. Zaher, J. Copp, L. Benedetti, E. Ayesa and Ulf Jeppsson
501–507
Multidimensional modelling of anaerobic granules
C. Picioreanu, D.J. Batstone and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht
509–514
Effect of inoculum and sludge concentration on viscosity evolution of anaerobic granular sludges
A. Pevere, G. Guibaud, E.van Hullebusch, P. Lens and M. Baudu
515–523
Continuous microbial fuel cells convert carbohydratesto electricity
K. Rabaey, W. Ossieur, M. Verhaege and W. Verstraete
525–530
Thermophilic anaerobic digester with ultrafilter for solids stabilization
D.H. Zitomer, T.C. Bachman and D.S. Vogel
531–536
Anaerobic digestion of slaughterhouse waste with UF-membrane separation and recycling of permeate after free ammonia stripping
H. Siegrist, W. Hunziker and H. Hofer
537–543
Flow pattern visualization in a mimic anaerobic digester: experimental and computational studies
M.S. Vesvikar, R. Varma, K. Karim and M. Al-Dahhan
545–552
Minimization of greenhouse gas emission by application of anaerobic digestion process with biogas utilization
H. Yasui, K. Komatsu, R. Goel, R. Matsuhashi, A. Ohashi and H. Harada
553–559
Assessing the environmental burdens of anaerobic digestion in comparison to alternative options for managing the biodegradable fraction of municipal solid wastes
M. Haight
561–566
Anaerobic digestion as a sustainable solution for biosolids management by the Montreal Metropolitan Community
J.C. Frigon and S.R. Guiot
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 3
Contents
1–8
Contribution of Geographic Information Systems and location models to planning of wastewater systems
J.P. Leitão, J.S. Matos, A.B. Gonçalves and J.L. Matos
9–17
Wet-weather urban discharges: implications from adopting the revised European Directive concerning the quality of bathing water
L.M. David and J.S Matos
19–27
Advection-dispersion modelling tools: what about numerical dispersion?
R. Bouteligier, G. Vaes, J. Berlamont, C. Flamink, J.G. Langeveld and F. Clemens
29–36
Computational fluid dynamic prediction of the residence time of a vortex separator applied to disinfection
D. Egarr, M.G. Faram, T. O'Doherty, D. Phipps and N. Syred
37–44
Air and gas pockets in sewerage pressure mains
C.L. Lubbers and F. Clemens
45–52
Calibration and validation of multiple regression models for stormwater quality prediction: data partitioning, effect of dataset size and characteristics
M. Mourad, J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski and G. Chebbo
53–62
Spatial variability of characteristics and origins of urban wet weather pollution in combined sewers
M. Kafi-Benyahia, M.G. Gromaire and G. Chebbo
63–71
Stormwater quality modelling in combined sewers: calibration and uncertainty analysis
A. Kanso, G. Chebbo and B. Tassin
73–84
Sewer solids–20 years of investigation
R. Ashley, J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
85–92
Forces on sanitary solids in small sewers
D. Butler, K. Littlewood and N. Orman
93–101
Suspended solids transport: an analysis based on turbidity measurements and event based fully calibrated hydrodynamic models
J.G. Langeveld, R.G. Veldkamp and F. Clemens
103–110
Nature and dynamic behaviour of organic surface layer deposits during dry weather
C. Oms, M.C. Gromaire and G. Chebbo
111–118
Grain size distribution of metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in silt trap sediments from the combined sewer network of Paris (France)
R. Moilleron, J. Perez and S. Garnaud
119–127
Hydrocarbons and heavy metals fixed to the lift station sediment of the Paris combined sewer network
J. Gasperi, V. Rocher, T. Celaudon, R. Moilleron and G. Chebbo
129–136
Investigating the effect of storm events on the particle size distribution in a combined sewer simulator
C.A. Biggs, C. Prall, S. Tait and R. Ashley
137–146
Detailed observation and measurement of sewer sediment erosion under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
A. Schellart, R. Veldkamp, M. Klootwijk, F. Clemens, S. Tait, R. Ashley and C. Howes
147–152
Effect of detached/re-suspended solids from sewer sediment on the sewage phase bacterial activity
H.D. Leung, G. Chen and K. Sharma
153–161
Identification of overall degradation in sewer systems from long-term measurements and consequences for WWTP simulations
M. Ahnert, V. Kuehn and P. Krebs
163–170
Aerobic transformations in sewer systems: are they relevant?
C. Flamink, J. Langeveld and F. Clemens
171–180
Effects of in-sewer processes: a stochastic model approach
J. Vollertsen, A.H. Nielsen, W. Yang and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
181–189
Model concept for nitrate and nitrite utilization during anoxic transformation in the bulk water phase of municipal wastewater under sewer conditions
S. Abdul-Talib, Z. Ujang, J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
191–199
Anoxic sulfide oxidation in wastewater of sewer networks
W. Yang, J. Vollertsen and T. Hvitved-Jacobsen
201–208
Simulation of sulfide buildup in wastewater and atmosphere of sewer networks
A.H. Nielsen, C. Yongsiri, T. Hvitved-Jacobsen and J. Vollertsen
209–218
Quantification of infiltration into sewers based on time series of pollutant loads
O. Kracht and W. Gujer
219–227
Infiltration in sewer systems: comparison of measurement methods
J.De Bénédittis and J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski
229–237
Measurement of infiltration rates in urban sewer systems by use of oxygen isotopes
J.De Bénédittis and J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 4
Contents
1–7
Innovative energy interaction with a waste incineration plant leads to advanced biological P- and COD-removal and costs reduction of the extension of Nijmegen wastewater treatment plant
J. Kruit, J. Segers, J. Hulsbeek and D. Piron
9–17
Upgrading of Florence wastewater treatment plant: co-digestion and nitrogen autotrophic removal
S. Caffaz, R. Canziani, C. Lubello and D. Santianni
19–25
Experience with phosphorus removal and sludge handling and disposal in Flanders
D. Bixio, I. Boonen, C. Thoeye and G.De Gueldre
27–37
Performance analysis of anoxic selector in upgrading activated sludge process in tropical climate
Y.S. Cao, K.H. Teo, W.A. Yuen, W.Y. Long and B. Seah
39–46
Upgrading of existing aerobic plants with the LUCAS anaerobic system based on full-scale experiences
R. Gerards, W. Gils and L. Vriens
47–54
Treatment of nitrogen-rich wastewater using partial nitrification and Anammox in the CANON process
K.A. Third, J. Paxman, M. Schmid, M. Strous, M.S.M. Jetten and R. Cord-Ruwisch
55–62
SHARON process evaluated for improved wastewater treatment plant nitrogen effluent quality
R.van Kempen, C.C.R.ten Have, S.C.F. Meijer, J.W. Mulder, J.O.J. Duin, C.A. Uijterlinde and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht
63–70
Boosting nitrification with the BABE technology
D.H.J.G. Berends, S. Salem, H.F.van der Roest and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht
71–80
Evaluation of separate urine collection and treatment to augment existing wastewater treatment works
J.A. Wilsenach, W.P.M.van Bragt, P.de Been and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht
81–90
Upgrading of the STP Uithoorn: treatment of nutrient rich wastewater from horticulture
P. Piekema and R. Neef
91–98
Membrane bio-reactor for textile wastewater treatment plant upgrading
C. Lubello and R. Gori
99–105
Effluent treatment by multi-media filtration, microfiltration and ultrafiltration: results of a pilot investigation at WWTP Hoek van Holland
S.te Poele, W. Menkveld, J. Boom and W.van Bragt
107–115
Coupling the SHARON process with Anammox: Model-based scenario analysis with focus on operating costs
E.I.P. Volcke, S.W.H.Van Hulle, B.M.R. Donckels, M.C.M.van Loosdrecht and P.A. Vanrolleghem
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 5
Contents
1–8
Runoff modelling using radar data and flow measurements in a stochastic state space approach
S. Krämer, M. Grum, H.-R. Verworn and A. Redder
9–16
Modelling non-structural Best Management Practices– focus on reductions in stormwater pollution
S. Ahlman, A. Malm, H. Kant, G. Svensson and P. Karlsson
17–24
Ecotechnology: basis of a new immission concept in water pollution control
J. Benndorf
25–33
Surface models for coupled modelling of runoff and sewer flow in urban areas
N. Ettrich, K. Steiner, M. Thomas and R. Rothe
35–42
Impact of dimension uncertainty and model calibration on sewer system assessment
H. Korving and F. Clemens
43–52
Automatic calibration of urban drainage model using a novel multi-objective genetic algorithm
F.di Pierro, S. Djordjević, Z. Kapelan, S.-T. Khu, D. Savić and G.A. Walters
53–60
Model description of storage and infiltration functions of infiltration facilities for urban runoff analysis by a distributed model
H. Furumai, H.K.P.K. Jinadasa, M. Murakami, F. Nakajima and R.K. Aryal
61–68
Stormwater quality models: sensitivity to calibration data
M. Mourad, J.-L. Bertrand-Krajewski and G. Chebbo
69–76
A model for the movement of large solids in small sewers
D. Butler, K. Littlewood and N. Orman
77–85
Uncertainty in predicting riverbed erosion caused by urban stormwater discharge
H. Daebel and W. Gujer
87–94
Model based hydropower gate operation for mitigation of CSO impacts by means of river base flow increase
S. Achleitner, S.De Toffol, C. Engelhard and W. Rauch
95–103
An integrated modelling concept for immission-based management of sewer system, wastewater treatment plant and river
V. Erbe and M. Schütze
105–112
Modelling of different measures for improving removal in a stormwater pond
J. German, K. Jansons, G. Svensson, D. Karlsson and L.-G. Gustafsson
113–122
Modeling stochastic load variations in sewer systems
C. Ort, C. Schaffner, W. Giger and W. Gujer
123–133
Dispersion coefficients of sewers from tracer experiments
J. Rieckermann, M. Neumann, C. Ort, J.L. Huisman and W. Gujer
135–142
Bayesian analysis for erosion modelling of sediments in combined sewer systems
A. Kanso, G. Chebbo and B. Tassin
143–150
Improved formulations for rapid erosion of diverse solids in combined sewers
T.D. McIlhatton, R.M. Ashley and S.J. Tait
151–158
Modelling of sedimentation and remobilization in in-line storage sewers for stormwater treatment
T. Frehmann, C. Flores, F. Luekewille, T. Mietzel, B. Spengler and W.F. Geiger
159–167
A long‐term suspended solids runoff simulation in a highway drainage system
R.K. Aryal, H.K.P.K. Jinadasa, H. Furumai and F. Nakajima
169–177
Dynamics of rain-induced pollutographs of solubles in sewers
M. Rutsch, I. Müller and P. Krebs
179–186
Integrated real-time control for a sequencing batch reactor plant and a combined sewer system
J. Wiese, J. Simon and T.G. Schmitt
187–194
Development and implementation of a real-time control strategy for the sewer system of the city of Vienna
L. Fuchs and T. Beeneken
195–203
Integrated operation of sewer system and WWTP by simulation-based control of the WWTP inflow
K. Seggelke, K.-H. Rosenwinkel, P.A. Vanrolleghem and P. Krebs
205–213
Monitoring of carbamazepine concentrations in wastewater and groundwater to quantify sewer leakage
R. Fenz, A.P. Blaschke, M. Clara, H. Kroiss, D. Mascher and M. Zessner
215–223
Integrated modelling for the evaluation of infiltration effects
N. Schulz, R. Baur and P. Krebs
225–231
Application of a leakage model to assess exfiltration from sewers
C. Karpf and P. Krebs
233–240
Modelling of flushing waves for optimising cleaning operations
J. Dettmar and P. Staufer
241–248
Development of a distributed hydrological model based on urban databanks – production processes of URBS
F. Rodriguez, F. Morena and H. Andrieu
249–256
ArcEGMO-URBAN — Hydrological model for point sources in river basins
M. Biegel, J. Schanze and P. Krebs
257–264
Assessment of urban flooding by dual drainage simulation model RisUrSim
T.G. Schmitt, M. Thomas and N. Ettrich
265–273
Flooding in the future – predicting climate change, risks and responses in urban areas
R.M. Ashley, D.J. Balmforth, A.J. Saul and J.D. Blanskby
275–283
SIPSON – Simulation of Interaction between Pipe flow and Surface Overland flow in Networks
S. Djordjević, D. Prodanović, Č. Maksimović, M. Ivetić and D. Savić
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 6
Contents
1–9
Uncertainty and precaution in environmental management
M.Krayer von Krauss, M.B.A.van Asselt, M. Henze, J. Ravetz and M.B. Beck
11–17
The post-normal sciences of precaution
J. Ravetz
19–24
Precaution, law and principles of good administration
E. Fisher
25–34
Late lessons from early warnings: towards precaution and realism in research and policy
D. Gee and M.P.Krayer von Krauss
35–41
The precautionary principle in times of intermingled uncertainty and risk: some regulatory complexities
M.B.A.van Asselt and E. Vos
43–50
Globalisation, environmental harm, and progress:the role of consensus and liability
H. Zandvoort
51–57
Recent development in the field of international liability regimes to tackle environmental risks
J. Bally
59–64
The precautionary principle and international conflict over domestic regulation: mitigating uncertainty and improving adaptive capacity
K.A. Oye
65–71
Precautionary information-generation in scienceand the law
C. Cranor
73–79
Reflections on uncertainty in risk assessment and risk management by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) precautionary principle workgroup
H. Sanderson, C.H. Stahl, R. Irwin and M.D. Rogers
81–86
The optimisation approach of ALARA in nuclear practice: an early application of the Precautionary Principle. Scientific uncertainty versus legal uncertainty
S. Lierman and L. Veuchelen
87–92
Uncertainty as a monster in the science–policy interface: four coping strategies
Jeroenvan der Sluijs
93–98
Management of environmental uncertainty in maintenance dredging of polluted harbours in Norway
S. Cañellas-Boltà, R. Strand and B. Killie
99–106
Stretched peer-review on unexpected results (GMOs)
A.I. Myhr
107–113
Precaution and Participatory Integrated Assessment of GM crops in Spain
J.David Tàbara
115–124
Integrated management of natural resources: dealing with ambiguous issues, multiple actors and diverging frames
A. Dewulf, M. Craps, R. Bouwen, T. Taillieu and C. Pahl-Wostl
125–131
A guidance for assessing and communicating uncertainties
P.H.M. Janssen, A.C. Petersen, J.P.van der Sluijs, J.S. Risbey and J.R. Ravetz
133–144
Experiences with the NUSAP system for multidimensional uncertainty assessment
J.van der Sluijs, M. Craye, S. Funtowicz, P. Kloprogge, J. Ravetz and J. Risbey
145–152
Using the W&H integrated uncertainty analysis framework with non-initiated experts
M.P.Krayer von Krauss and P.H.M. Janssen
153–160
An integrated methodology for recording uncertainties about environmental data
J.D. Brown, G.B. Heuvelink and J.C. Refsgaard
161–166
Sources of uncertainty in economic analysis of the Water Framework Directive
J. Myšiak and K. Sigel
167–175
On the concept of model structural error
K. Beven
177–186
Model uncertainty – parameter uncertainty versus conceptual models
A.L. Højberg and J.C. Refsgaard
187–193
Impact of morphological parameters on water quality variables of a regulated lowland river
K.-E. Lindenschmidt, K. Poser and M. Rode
195–203
The case of Lake Balaton: how can we exercise precaution?
L. Somlyódy and M. Honti
205–212
Carbon sequestration, the precautionary approach and the responsibility of scientists
L. Buhl-Mortensen, A. Myhr and S. Welin
213–225
Uncertainty, imprecision, and the precautionary principle in climate change assessment
M.E. Borsuk and L. Tomassini
227–234
Uncertainty and precaution in European environmental risk assessment of chemicals
F.A.M. Verdonck, P.A.Van Sprang and P.A. Vanrolleghem
235–242
Resources and uncertainties in evaluation of chemicals: basic methodological developments
P.B. Sørensen, D.B. Lerche and R. Brüggemann
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 7
Contents
1–6
Investigation of biofilm structure, flow patterns and detachment with magnetic resonance imaging
B. Manz, F. Volke, D. Goll and H. Horn
7–12
NMR methods for in-situ biofilm metabolism studies: spatial and temporal resolved measurements
P.D. Majors, J.S. McLean, J.K. Fredrickson and R.A. Wind
13–19
Formation and structure of granulated microbial aggregates used in aerobic wastewater treatment
V. Ivanov, S.T.-L. Tay, Q.-S. Liu, X.-H. Wang, Z.-W. Wang and J.-H. Tay
21–25
Physicochemical parameters influencing the formation of biofilms compared in mutant and wild-type cells of Pseudomonas chlororaphis O6
A.J. Anderson, D.W. Britt, J. Johnson, G. Narasimhan and A. Rodriguez
27–34
Competitive metabolism of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) mixtures in porous media biofilms
S.J. Rodríguez and P.L. Bishop
35–40
Push-pull test evaluation of the in situ aerobic cometabolism of chlorinated ethenes by toluene-utilizing microorganisms
M.F. Azizian, J.D. Istok and L. Semprini
41–47
Cadmium transfer and distribution in a multi-species biofilm and the impact on naphthalene removal
P. Jin and P.L. Bishop
49–55
Uranium removal by sulfate reducing biofilms in the presence of carbonates
E. Marsili, H. Beyenal, L.Di Palma, C. Merli, A. Dohnalkova, J.E. Amonette and Z. Lewandowski
57–62
Biodegradability and biodegradation kinetics of creosote compounds in a biofilm in a fractured clay flow model
E. Arvin, K. Broholm, A. Gundog and R.M.V. Nielsen
63–68
Effect of exopolysaccharides on the adsorption of metal ions by Pseudomonas sp. CU-1
T.C. Lau, X.A. Wu, H. Chua, P.Y. Qian and P.K. Wong
69–75
High biofilm activity under increased oxygen concentrations in a pressurised biofilm system
K.F. Janning, S.N. Bak, M. Andersen and G.H. Kristensen
77–84
Biofilm physical structure, internal diffusivity and tortuosity
L.F. Melo
85–90
Visualization and characterization of dynamic patterns of flow, growth and activity of biofilms growing in porous media
R.R. Sharp, P. Stoodley, M. Adgie, R. Gerlach and A. Cunningham
91–95
Effect of hydrodynamic conditions on biofilm oxygen consumption rate in a fixed-bed nitrifying reactor
M. Carrión, J. Alba and F. Thalasso
97–105
Experimental and numerical results of a single submerged attached growth bioreactor for simultaneous oxidation of organics and nitrogen removal
P.B. Pedros, J.Y. Wang, W.K. Dobie and H. Metghalchi
107–113
Biofilm reactor technology for low temperature anaerobic waste treatment: microbiology and process characteristics
S. McHugh, G. Collins, T. Mahony and V. O'Flaherty
115–120
Total nitrogen removal in an aerobic/anoxic membrane biofilm reactor system
J. Cowman, C.I. Torres and B.E. Rittmann
121–126
Acetate and ammonium diffusivity in membrane-aerated biofilms: improving model predictions using experimental results
J.W. Shanahan, A.C. Cole, M.J. Semmens and T.M. LaPara
127–133
Start-up of moving bed biofilm reactors for deammonification: the role of hydraulic retention time, alkalinity and oxygen supply
T. Gaul, S. Märker and S. Kunst
135–141
Evaluating heterotrophic growth in a nitrifying biofilm reactor using fluorescence in situ hybridization and mathematical modeling
R. Nogueira, D. Elenter, A. Brito, L.F. Melo, M. Wagner and E. Morgenroth
143–148
A 3D model of antimicrobial action on biofilms
S.M. Hunt, M.A. Hamilton and P.S. Stewart
149–154
Quantification of detachment forces on rigid biofilm colonies in a roto-torque reactor using computational fluid dynamics tools
R. Sudarsan, K. Milferstedt, E. Morgenroth and H.J. Eberl
155–160
Model-based evaluation of oxygen consumption in a partial nitrification–Anammox biofilm process
X.-D. Hao, X.-Q. Cao, C. Picioreanu and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht
161–166
Finite element modeling to expand the UMCCA model to describe biofilm mechanical behavior
C.S. Laspidou, B.E. Rittmann and S.A. Karamanos
167–172
A mesoscale model for hydrodynamics in biofilms that takes microscopic flow effects into account
V.Th. Nguyen, E. Morgenroth and H.J. Eberl
173–180
Comparison of spatial organization in top-down- and membrane-aerated biofilms: a numerical study
A. Bell, Y. Aoi, A. Terada, S. Tsuneda and A. Hirata
181–186
Simulation of turbulence and dissolved oxygen concentration profiles over biofilm using k–ɛ turbulence model
H. Nagaoka and K. Sanda
187–194
Microautoradiography: recent advances within the studies of the ecophysiology of bacteria in biofilms
P.H. Nielsen and J.L. Nielsen
195–202
Effect of nucleic acid stain Syto9 on nascent biofilm architecture of Acinetobacter sp. BD413
R. GrayMerod, L. Hendrickx, L.N. Mueller, J.B. Xavier and S. Wuertz
203–209
Growth and structure of phototrophic biofilms under controlled light conditions
B. Zippel and T.R. Neu
211–216
The use of the Rotoscope as an online, real-time, non-destructive biofilm monitor
T.E. Cloete and M.R. Maluleke
217–223
Effects of shear stress on the secretion of extracellular polymeric substances in biofilms
P. Ramasamy and X. Zhang
225–232
Eco-physiology of autotrophic nitrifying biofilms
S. Okabe, T. Kindaichi, Y. Nakamura and T. Ito
233–239
Distribution, dynamics and in situ ecophysiology of Crenarchaeota in anaerobic wastewater treatment granular biofilms
G. Collins, T. Mahony, S. McHugh, A. Gieseke, D.de Beer and V. O'Flaherty
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 8
Contents
1–7
A survey of endocrine disrupting chemicals in sewage and a preliminary treatment trial
J.Q. Jiang, Q. Yin, P. Pearce and J. Zhou
9–14
Removal of pharmaceutically active compounds in nitrifying–denitrifying plants
S. Suárez, M. Ramil, F. Omil and J.M. Lema
15–28
Resistance of Legionella to disinfection in hot water distribution systems
S. Saby, A. Vidal and H. Suty
29–35
Behaviour of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in a sewage treatment plant of northwest Spain
M. Carballa, F. Omil, J.M. Lema, M. Llompart, C. García, I. Rodriguez, M. Gómez and T. Ternes
37–43
Elution and adsorptive concentration of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) pollen allergen in environmental water
M. Sagehashi, T. Fukuda, T. Fujii, Y. Sakai and A. Sakoda
45–52
Degradation of parathion and the reduction of acute toxicity in TiO2 photocatalysis
K.D. Zoh, T.S. Kim, J.G. Kim and K.H. Choi
53–61
Analysis of drugs and personal care products in French source and drinking waters: the analytical challenge and examples of application
A. Bruchet, C. Hochereau, C. Picard, V. Decottignies, J.M. Rodrigues and M.L. Janex-Habibi
63–70
Role of hydrophilic organic matter on developing toxicity in decay process of activated sludge
H. Narita, N. Funamizu, T. Takakuwa and M. Kunimoto
71–76
Disinfection by-products and microbial contamination in the treatment of pool water with granular activated carbon
W. Uhl and C. Hartmann
77–86
A single well push–pull test method for in situ determination of denitrification rates in a nitrate-contaminated groundwater aquifer
Y. Kim, J.H. Kim, B.H. Son and S.W. Oa
87–94
Arsenic contamination of groundwater in Nawabganj, Bangladesh, focusing on the relationship with other metals and ions
K. Ohno, A. Furukawa, K. Hayashi, T. Kamei and Y. Magara
95–105
Effects of aging on the bioavailability and sorption/desorption behavior of biphenyl in soils
J.-H. Park, M. Sharer, Y. Feng, S.-Y. Chung, T.C. Voice and S.A. Boyd
107–115
Effect of soil and a nonionic surfactant on BTE-oX and MTBE biodegradation kinetics
K. Acuna-Askar, M.V. Gracia-Lozano, J.F. Villarreal-Chiu, J.G. Marmolejo, M.T. Garza-Gonzalez and B. Chavez-Gomez
117–123
The rapid detection of methyl tert-butyl ether (MtBE) in water using a prototype gas sensor system
B.P.J.de Lacy Costello, P.S. Sivanand, N.M. Ratcliffe and D.M. Reynolds
125–131
Cometabolic transformation of cis-1,2-dichloroethylene and cis-1,2-dichloroethylene epoxide by a butane-grown mixed culture
Y. Kim and L. Semprini
133–142
Water, sanitation and hygiene in developing countries: interventions and diarrhoea—a review
L. Fewtrell and J.M. Colford
143–149
Perception of tap water risks and quality: a structural equation model approach
M.de Franca Doria, N. Pidgeon and P. Hunter
151–159
Excess propagation and biological control of zooplanktonic Cyclops in drinking water sources
F.-Y. Cui, T. Lin, D.-M. Liu and L.-Q. Zhang
161–169
Environmental impact and health risks associated with greywater irrigation: a case study
A. Gross, N. Azulai, G. Oron, Z. Ronen, M. Arnold and A. Nejidat
171–175
Significance of bacteria associated with invertebrates in drinking water distribution networks
E. Wolmarans, H.H.du Preez, C.M.E.de Wet and S.N. Venter
177–180
Detection and identification of mycobacteria in the Lisbon water distribution system
R. Santos, F. Oliveira, J. Fernandes, S. Gonçalves, F. Macieira and M. Cadete
181–189
Biofilms in an urban water distribution system: measurement of biofilm biomass, pathogens and pathogen persistence within the Greater Stockholm area, Sweden
J. Långmark, M.V. Storey, N.J. Ashbolt and T.A. Stenström
191–197
A deterministic model to quantify pathogen loads in drinking water catchments: pathogen budget for the Wingecarribee
C.M. Ferguson, B. Croke, N.J. Ashbolt and D.A. Deere
199–204
Evidence for the existence of Cryptosporidium oocysts as single entities in surface runoff
C. Kaucner, C.M. Davies, C.M. Ferguson and N.J. Ashbolt
205–212
Application of a virological tracer method for the assessment of pathogen removal by physicochemical treatment and chemical disinfection
X.C. Wang, F.G. Qiu, X.P. Xue and X. Lu
213–221
Concentration and detection of SARS coronavirus in sewage from Xiao Tang Shan hospital and the 309th Hospital of the Chinese People's Liberation Army
X.W. Wang, J. Li, T. Guo, B. Zhen, Q. Kong, B. Yi, Z. Li, N. Song, M. Jin, W. Xiao, X. zhu, C. Gu, J. Yin, W. Wei, W. Yao, C. Liu, J. Li, G. Ou, M. Wang, T. Fang, G. Wang, Y. Qiu, H. Wu, F. Chao and J. Li
223–230
Assessment of solar photocatalysis to purify on-site rinse waters from tractor cisterns used in grapevine pest control: field experimentation
P. Pichat, S. Vannier, J. Dussaud and J.-P. Rubis
231–239
Evaluation of heavy metal inhibition of activated sludge by TTC and INT-electron transport system activity tests
J. Yin, X.J. Tan, N.Q. Ren, Y.B. Cui and L. Tang
241–248
Biochemical pathway and degradation of phthalate ester isomers by bacteria
J.-D. Gu, J. Li and Y. Wang
249–256
Dinitrogen oxide detection for nitrification failure early warning systems
M.D. Butler, T. Stephenson, L. Stokes and R.M. Stuetz
257–264
Estimation of biodegradation kinetic constants for aromatic derivates through aerobic batch experiments
R. Andreozzi, R. Cesaro, A. Gonnella, R. Marotta and F. Pirozzi
265–271
Aerobic phenanthrene biodegradation in a two-phase partitioning bioreactor
R. Muñoz, C. Rolvering, B. Guieysse and B. Mattiasson
273–278
Steroid estrogens in primary and tertiary wastewater treatment plants
O. Braga, G.A. Smythe, A.I. Schafer and A.J. Feitz
279–286
Predicting fate of the contraceptive pill in wastewater treatment and discharge
M. Mastrup, A.I. Schäfer and S.J. Khan
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 9
Contents
1–9
Integrated urban water cycle management: the UrbanCycle model
M.J. Hardy, G. Kuczera and P.J. Coombes
11–20
Quantitative systems analysis as a strategic planning approach for metropolitan water service providers
S. Lundie, G. Peters and P. Beavis
21–31
Applications of artificial neural networks in integrated water management: fiction or future?
F.H. Schulze, H. Wolf, H.W. Jansen and P.van der Veer
33–41
An integrated approach for solving urban water and wastewater crises in the Arabian Gulf States
M. Nouh
43–51
Analysis and evaluation of methodologies to assess technical urban water systems
M. Starkl, N. Brunner, U. Grasser, O. Moog, S. Stagl, E. Kärrman, J. Wimmer, R. Szewieczek and R. Haberl
53–60
Analysis of scenarios for wastewater and urban drainage systems in Brazil based on an integrated modeling approach
S.R.A. Soares, J. Parkinson and R.S. Bernardes
61–67
Blueprint for a greener city: growth need not costthe earth
J.M. Anderson
69–75
Optimization of Suzhou Creek Rehabilitation Project Stage I
Z. Xu and Z. Liao
77–84
Restoration of fish passage: development and results of a master plan established for the Ruhr river basin
M. Weyand, M. Redeker and E.A. Nusch
85–93
River contract in Wallonia (Belgium) and its application for water management in the Sourou valley (Burkina Faso)
F. Rosillon, P.Vander Borght and H.Bado Sama
95–105
Participatory planning in river catchments, an innovative toolkit tested in Southern Africa and North West England
J. Tippett
107–114
Dynamic changes in environment condition and microbial community structure in trench and flat seabed sediments of Tokyo Bay, Japan
U. Hasanudin, M. Fujita, Y. Koibuchi and K. Fujie
115–123
Effect of different water management strategies on water and contaminant fluxes in Doncaster,United Kingdom
J. Rueedi, A.A. Cronin, B. Moon, L. Wolf and H. Hoetzl
125–132
Runoff quality and pollution loadings from a tropical urban catchment
Z. Yusop, L.W. Tan, Z. Ujang, M. Mohamed and K.A. Nasir
133–144
Effluent standards for developing countries: combining the technology- and water quality-based approach
A.M.J. Ragas, P.A.G.M. Scheren, H.I. Konterman, R.S.E.W. Leuven, P. Vugteveen, H.J. Lubberding, G. Niebeek and P.B.M. Stortelder
145–152
Inactivation of algal blooms in eutrophic waterof drinking water supplies with the photocatalysisof TiO2 thin film on hollow glass beads
S.-C. Kim and D.-K. Lee
153–162
Assessing the cost of groundwater pollution: the case of diffuse agricultural pollution in the Upper Rhine valley aquifer
J.-D. Rinaudo, C. Arnal, R. Blanchin, P. Elsass, A. Meilhac and S. Loubier
163–173
Nitrogen fluxes on catchment scale: the influence of hydrological aspects
M. Zessner, Ch. Schilling, O. Gabriel and U. Heinecke
175–182
Estimations of municipal point source pollution in the context of river basin management
M. Zessner and S. Lindtner
183–190
Combined sewer overflow emissions to bathing waters in Portugal. How to reduce in densely urbanised areas?
L.M. David and J.S. Matos
191–197
Monitor-based evaluation of pollutant load from urban stormwater runoff in Beijing
Y. Liu, W. Che and J. Li
199–207
Catchment-scale fluorescence water quality determination
A. Baker, R. Inverarity and D. Ward
209–217
Quantification of sewer exfiltration using the anti-epileptic drug carbamazepine as marker species for wastewater
R. Fenz, A.P. Blaschke, M. Clara, H. Kroiss, D. Mascher and M. Zessner
219–224
Biomonitoring of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on hepatocellular carcinoma cell line
S. Seker, K. Arakawa, M. Sekiguchi and Y. Ono
225–233
Quantification of dioxin in the sieved fraction of river sediment
H. Ozaki, S. Taniguchi, R. Takanami, N. Shimomukai, T. Hamasaki, M. Sugahara and R.R. Giri
235–242
Development of communication networks and water quality early warning detection systems at drinking water utilities in the Ohio river valley basin
J.G. Schulte and A.H. Vicory
243–250
Challenges in the implementation of the Water Framework Directive: case study of the alpine River Drau, Austria
S.De Toffol, S. Achleitner, C. Engelhard and W. Rauch
251–258
Taxing for stormwater drainage systems
N. Nascimento, V. Cançado and J.R. Cabral
259–264
Development of a high-efficiency H2 feeder for bioremediation
T. Nobata, M. Prosnansky, Y. Sakakibara and S. Fukuda
265–273
Reduction of bromate in groundwater with an ex situ suspended growth bioreactor
R. Butler, A.R. Godley, R. Lake, L. Lytton and E. Cartmell
275–282
Integration and application of the Rainfall Runoff Library
S. Kim, R.A. Vertessy, J-M. Perraud and Y. Sung
283–294
Development of an integrated analysis procedure for three-ways layout field surveys data in lakes
S. Kitpati, S. Fujii and Y. Shimizu
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 10-11
Contents
1–11
Anaerobic digestion: a new model for plant-wide wastewater treatment process modelling
J.B. Copp, E. Belia, S. Snowling and O. Schraa
13–22
Prediction of sulfide formation in sewer pressure mains based on the IWA Anaerobic Digestion Model No. 1 (ADM1)
K. Freudenthal, J. Koglatis, R. Otterpohl and J. Behrendt
23–29
Performance comparison of a continuous-flow stirred-tank reactor and an anaerobic sequencing batch reactor for fermentative hydrogen production depending on substrate concentration
S.-H. Kim, S.-K. Han and H.-S. Shin
31–39
Anaerobic bio-hydrogen production using pre-heated river sediments as seed sludge
J. Zuo, Y. Zuo, W. Zhang and J. Chen
41–49
Anaerobic treatment of Hong Kong leachate followed by chemical oxidation
H.H.P. Fang, I.W.C. Lau and P. Wang
51–59
Effect of enzymatic pretreatment on solubilization and volatile fatty acid production in fermentation of food waste
H.J. Kim, Y.G. Choi, G.D. Kim, S.H. Kim and T.H. Chung
61–68
Evaluation of wastewater characterization methods
E.-H. Choi, B. Klapwijk, A. Mels and H. Brouwer
69–77
Limitations of ASM1 and ASM3: a comparison based on batch oxygen uptake rate profiles from different full-scale wastewater treatment plants
A. Guisasola, G. Sin, J.A. Baeza, J. Carrera and P.A. Vanrolleghem
79–87
Short circuiting in a denitrifying activated sludge tank
R. Kjellstrand, A. Mattsson, C. Niklasson and M.J. Taherzadeh
89–96
Biological treatability of raw and ozonated synthetic penicillin formulation effluent
E.U. Cokgor, O. Karahan, I. Arslan-Alaton, H. Saruhan and D. Orhon
97–105
Biodegradation of phenol at low temperature using two-phase partitioning bioreactors
B. Guieysse, Y. Autem and A. Soares
107–115
Performance evaluation of physicochemical processes for biologically pre-treated livestock wastewater
S.W. Hong, Y.S. Choi, G. Kwon and K.Y. Park
117–127
High-rate wastewater treatment combining a moving bed biofilm reactor and enhanced particle separation
H. Helness, E. Melin, Y. Ulgenes, P. Järvinen, V. Rasmussen and H. Ødegaard
129–137
Pilot-scale studies on biological treatment of hypersaline wastewater at low temperature
Y.Z. Peng, G.B. Zhu, S.Y. Wang, D.S. Yu, Y.W. Cui and X.S. Meng
139–144
Improving chlorine disinfection of wastewater by ultrasound application
T. Blume and U. Neis
145–150
Determination of fragrances at ng/L levels using CLSA and GC/MS detection
D. Mitjans and F. Ventura
151–156
The influence of heavy metals on the production of extracellular polymer substances in the processes of heavy metal ions elimination
J. Mikes, M. Siglova, A. Cejkova, J. Masak and V. Jirku
157–166
Effects of surfactants originating from reuse of greywater on capillary rise in the soil
A.W. Shafran, A. Gross, Z. Ronen, N. Weisbrod and E. Adar
167–176
Emission of greenhouse gases from constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment and from riparian buffer zones
Ü. Mander, S. Teiter and J. Augustin
177–184
Incorporation of hydrophobized mineral particles in activated sludge flocs: a way to assess ballasting efficiency
G. Defontaine, J. Thormann, B.S. Lartiges, A.G.El Samrani and O. Barrès
185–192
Rethinking sewage treatment by enhancing primary settling with low-dosage lime
R. Ramadori, D. Marani, V. Renzi, R. Passino and A.C. DiPinto
193–199
Activated sludge image analysis system: monitoring settleability and effluent clarity
R. Jenné, E.N. Banadda, I.Y. Smets, A. Bamelis, L. Verdickt and J.F.Van Impe
201–210
A pilot study on accelerated sludge degradation by a high-concentration membrane bioreactor coupled with sludge pretreatment
I.T. Yeom, K.R. Lee, Y.G. Choi, H.S. Kim, J.H. Kwon, U.J. Lee and Y.H. Lee
211–218
A new approach to improve sludge dewatering using a semi-continuous hydraulic press system
G. Kolisch, M. Boehler, F.C. Arancibia, D. Pinnow and W. Krauss
219–226
Improvement of the thickening and dewatering characteristics of activated sludge by electroflotation (EF)
Y.G. Choi, H.S. Kim, Y.H. Park, S.H. Jeong, D.H. Son, Y.K. Oh and I.T. Yeom
227–234
Thermal hygienization of excess anaerobic sludge: a possible self-sustained application of biogas produced in UASB reactors
E.S.M. Borges, V.M. Godinho and C.A.L. Chernicharo
235–245
Understanding the mechanisms of thermal disintegrating treatment in the reduction of sludge production
P. Camacho, P. Ginestet and J.-M. Audic
247–253
The Ruhrverband sewage sludge disposal concept in the conflict between European and German standards and regulations
P. Evers, F. Schmitt, D.R. Albrecht and N. Jardin
255–263
Minimisation of excess sludge production in a WWTP by coupling thermal hydrolysis and rapid anaerobic digestion
J. Chauzy, S. Graja, F. Gerardin, D. Crétenot, L. Patria and P. Fernandes
265–272
The discharged excess sludge treated by Oligochaeta
Y. Wei and J. Liu
273–280
Integrated biological (anaerobic–aerobic) and physico-chemical treatment of baker's yeast wastewater
S. Kalyuzhnyi, M. Gladchenko, E. Starostina, S. Shcherbakov and B. Versprille
281–288
Advanced treatment of benzothiazole contaminated waters: comparison of O3, AC, and O3/AC processes
H. Valdés and C.A. Zaror
289–298
Treatment of packaging board whitewater in anaerobic/aerobic biokidney
T. Alexandersson and Å. Malmqvist
299–307
Production integrated treatment of textile wastewater by closing raw material cycles
R. Krull
309–316
Advanced Oxidation of Commercial Textile Biocides in Aqueous Solution: Effects on Acute Toxicity and Biomass Inhibition
I. Arslan-Alaton, G. Eremektar, F. Germirli-Babuna, G. Insel, H. Selcuk, B. Ozerkan and S. Teksoy
317–324
Electron beam treatment of textile dyeing wastewater: operation of pilot plant and industrial plant construction
B. Han, J. Kim, Y. Kim, J.S. Choi, I.E. Makarov and A.V. Ponomarev
325–334
High Performance Biofilm Process for Treating Wastewater Discharged from Coal Refining Plants Containing Nitrogen, Cyanide and Thiocyanate
Y. Jeong, B.-G. Park and J.S. Chung
335–343
Aerobic granulation in a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) for industrial wastewater treatment
M. Inizan, A. Freval, J. Cigana and J. Meinhold
345–357
The effect of colloid stability of wastewater treatment plants effluent on nanofiltration performance
G.A. Schrader, A. Zwijnenburg and M. Wessling
359–367
Calibrating a side-stream membrane bioreactor using Activated Sludge Model No. 1
T. Jiang, X. Liu, M.D. Kennedy, J.C. Schippers and P.A. Vanrolleghem
369–375
Effects of Complete Sludge Retention on Biomass Build-up in a Membrane Bioreactor
A. Pollice and G. Laera
377–381
Treatment of nanosized TiO2-containing wastewater by simultaneous electrocoagulation/electrofiltration
G.C.C. Yang and C.C. Chuang
383–391
Performance improvement of hybrid membrane bioreactor with PAC addition for water reuse
Y. Liu, L. Wang, B. Wang, H. Cui and J. Zhang
393–399
Reduction of wastewaters and valorisation of by-products from “Serpa” cheese manufacture using nanofiltration
V. Magueijo, M. Minhalma, D. Queiroz, V. Geraldes, A. Macedo and M.N.de Pinho
401–408
Characterization of sludge structure and activity in submerged membrane bioreactor
M. Spérandio, A. Masse, M.C. Espinosa-Bouchot and C. Cabassud
409–416
Optimization of operational factors of a membrance bioreactor with gravity drain
X. Zheng and J.X. Liu
417–425
Membrane bioreactor versus conventional activated sludge system: population dynamics of nitrifiers
R. Manser, W. Gujer and H. Siegrist
427–434
Baffled membrane bioreactor (BMBR) for advanced wastewater treatment: easy modification of existing MBRs for efficient nutrient removal
K. Kimura and Y. Watanabe
435–442
Simultaneous nitrification and de-nitrification in MBR
B. Wang, S. He, L. Wang and L. Shuo
443–451
Biological nutrient removal in simple dual sludge system with an UMBR (upflow multi-layer bioreactor) and aerobic biofilm reactor
J.-C. Kwon, H.-S. Park, J.-Y. An, K.-B. Shim, Y.-H. Kim and H.-S. Shin
453–460
Outcomes of a 2-year investigation on enhanced biological nutrients removal and trace organics elimination in membrane bioreactor (MBR)
B. Lesjean, R. Gnirss, H. Buisson, S. Keller, A. Tazi-Pain and F. Luck
461–468
Nitrification parameter measurement for plant design: experience and experimental issues with new methods
R.M. Jones, C.M. Bye and P.L. Dold
469–477
Importance and measurement of decay rate when assessing nitrification kinetics
P.L. Dold, R.M. Jones and C.M. Bye
479–485
Comparative study on the bio-electrochemical denitrification equipped with a multi-electrode system
M. Prosňanský, T. Watanabe and M. Kuroda
487–494
Nitrogen removal from piggery waste using the combined SHARON and ANAMMOX process
I.S. Hwang, K.S. Min, E. Choi and Z. Yun
495–502
Denitrification with polycaprolactone as solid substrate in a laboratory-scale recirculated aquaculture system
A. Boley and W.-R. Müller
503–508
Applicability of an extant batch respirometric assay in describing dynamics of ammonia and nitrite oxidation in a nitrifying bioreactor
K. Chandran, Z. Hu and B.F. Smets
509–516
Chemical denitrification for nitrogen removal from landfill leachate
A. Nikolić and B. Hultman
517–524
Partial Nitrification of Wastewater from an Aminoplastic Resin Producing Factory
B. Fernández, A. Vilar, M. Ben, C. Kennes and M.C. Veiga
525–532
Phosphorus removal from synthetic and municipal wastewater using spent alum sludge
D.A. Georgantas and H.P. Grigoropoulou
533–541
Application of hydrothermal reaction for excess sludge reuse as carbon sources in biological phosphorus removal
K. Kim, M. Fujita, H. Daimon and K. Fujie
543–548
Phosphorus recycling in sewage treatment plants with biological phosphorus removal
B. Heinzmann
549–555
Chemical phosphorus removal model based on equilibrium chemistry
I. Takács, S. Murthy and P.M. Fairlamb
557–567
Biochemistry of enhanced biological phosphorus removal and anaerobic COD stabilization
Z.K. Erdal, U.G. Erdal and C.W. Randall
569–578
Biological phosphorus and nitrogen removal with biological aerated filter using denitrifying phosphorus accumulating organism
J. Lee, J. Kim, C. Lee, Z. Yun and E. Choi
579–586
Biomass concentration and biofilm characteristics in high-performance fluidized-bed biofilm reactors
F.K.J. Rabah, M.F. Dahab and R.Y. Surampalli
587–596
A comparison between the theory and reality of full-scale step-feed nutrient removal systems
B.R. Johnson, S. Goodwin, G.T. Daigger and G.V. Crawford
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 52 Number 12
Contents
1–8
An integrated electro-chemical and natural treatment system for industrial water pollution control
C. Polprasert, K. Sharma and T. Koottatep
9–18
Bioflocculent algal–bacterial biomass improves low-cost wastewater treatment
G. Gutzeit, D. Lorch, A. Weber, M. Engels and U. Neis
19–24
A sustainable approach towards rural development: dry toilets in Nepal
M.R. Regmi
25–32
Sustainable sewage solutions for small agglomerations
A. Galvão, J. Matos, J. Rodrigues and P. Heath
33–41
Preparing public participation at the catchment level: comparison of three methodologies applied to the Hérault river basin
S. Loubier, J.-D. Rinaudo, P. Garin and A. Boutet
43–51
Urban water tariff structure and cost recovery opportunities in India
M.R. Singh, V. Upadhyay and A.K. Mittal
53–61
Risk management in waste water treatment
M. Wagner and I. Strube
63–71
Planning, modelling and assessing source control concepts on catchment scale
C. Peters, R. Mühleck, H. Sieker and M. Jekel
73–81
Integrated modelling of conventional pollutants and organic contaminant fate in rivers: a microcosm study
T. Deksissa and P.A. Vanrolleghem
83–90
Development of water quality models for supporting NH3-N control in a dam regulated river
S.W. Chung and J.H. Kim
91–98
UVQ: A tool for assessing the water and contaminant balance impacts of urban development scenarios
V.G. Mitchell and C. Diaper
99–104
Computational intelligence-based optimisation of wastewater treatment plants
M. Bongards, T. Hilmer and A. Ebel
105–111
Granulation in an upflow anaerobic sequencing batch reactor treating disintegrated waste activated sludge
K.Y. Park, D.Y. Kim and T.H. Chung
113–121
A benchmark study of controlled emptying of equalization basins
J. Bolmstedt and G. Olsson
123–132
Setting-up a cost recovery system for the largest wastewater treatment plant in south-east Asia
J. Lønholdt, P.Elberg Jørgensen and D. O'Hearn
133–139
Technical-economical evaluation of the operation of oxidation ditches
A. Ghermandi, D. Bixio*, C. Thoeye and G.De Gueldre
141–149
Potential of OUR and OTR measurements for identification of activated sludge removal processes in aerated basins
A. Schuchardt, J.A. Libra, C. Sahlmann, J. Handschag, U. Wiesmann and R. Gnirss
151–159
Experience from 10 years of full-scale operation with enhanced biological phosphorus removal at Öresundsverket
E. Tykesson, L.-E. Jönsson and J.la Cour Jansen
161–169
Fuzzy control of nitrogen removal in predenitrification process using ORP
Y. Peng, Y. Ma, S. Wang and X. Wang
171–179
Systems analysis of urban wastewater systems – two systematic approaches to analyse a complex system
L. Benedetti, F. Blumensaat, G. Bönisch, G. Dirckx, N. Jardin, P. Krebs and P.A. Vanrolleghem
181–187
Current state and development of the real-time control of the Berlin sewage system
K. Schroeder and E. Pawlowsky-Reusing
189–198
Sustainable management of leakage from wastewater pipelines
D. DeSilva, S. Burn, G. Tjandraatmadja, M. Moglia, P. Davis, L. Wolf, I. Held, J. Vollertsen, W. Williams and L. Hafskjold
199–206
Benchmarking management of sewer systems: more to learn than cost effectiveness
A.S. Beenen
207–214
The hydraulic capacity of deteriorating sewer systems
J. Pollert, R. Ugarelli, S. Saegrov, W. Schilling and V.Di Federico
215–223
Continuous monitoring in sewer networks an approach for quantification of pollution loads from CSOs into surface water bodies
G. Gruber, S. Winkler and A. Pressl
225–232
A new installation for treatment of road runoff: up-flow filtration by porous polypropylene media
B.C. Lee, S. Matsui, Y. Shimizu, T. Matsuda and Y. Tanaka
233–241
Dissolved organic matter from agricultural fields in the irrigation period
S. Shim, B. Kim, Y. Hosoi and T. Masuda
243–250
Landfill leachate treatment by an experimental subsurface flow constructed wetland in tropical climate countries
Z. Ujang, E. Soedjono, M.R. Salim and R.B. Shutes
251–258
Natural recharge to sustainable yield from the Barind aquifer: a tool in preparing effective management plan of groundwater resources
Md.Monirul Islam and P. Kanungoe
259–265
Development of a geographical information system for pesticide assessment on an Ecuadorian watershed
D.E. Matamoros, A.van Griensven, L.van Biesen and P.A. Vanrolleghem
267–274
Flood impact on water quality of small urban streams
J. Nábělková, G. Šťastná and D. Komínková
275–282
Development of on-site fish exposure system placed in water quality monitoring stations along a river
T. Higashitani, K. Miyajima, N. Nakada, M. Yasojima, H. Tanaka and Y. Suzuki
283–290
Sewage outfall plume dispersion observations with an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
P. Ramos, S.R. Cunha, M.V. Neves, F.L. Pereira and I. Quintaneiro
291–296
Testing of conductivity/calcium and rubidium/strontium ratios as indicators of the chemical stability of a river: comparison with a biological indicator
P.M.V. Nirel and J. Lazzarotto
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 1
Contents
Integrated water resources management: lost on the road from ambition to realisation?
P. Jeffrey and M. Gearey .......... 1–8
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.001
Spatio-temporal statistical models for river monitoring networks
L. Clement, O. Thas, P.A. Vanrolleghem and J.P. Ottoy .......... 9–15
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.002
Strategic analysis for sustainable urban river aquatic environment using the system dynamic approach
M.T. Lee and Y.C. Chang .......... 17–24
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.003
Evaluation of BASINS/WinHSPF applicability for pollutant loading estimation for a Korean watershed
J.H. Jeon, C.G. Yoon, J.H. Ham and K.W. Jung .......... 25–32
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.004
A random search methodology for examining parametric uncertainty in water quality models
O.O. Osidele, W. Zeng and M.B. Beck .......... 33–40
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.005
Application of uncertainty and sensitivity analysis in river basin management
Y. Xu and A.E. Mynett .......... 41–49
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.006
Methods to quantify and identify the sources of uncertainty for river basin water quality models
A.van Griensven and T. Meixner .......... 51–59
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.007
Risk- and robustness-based solutions to a multi-objective water distribution system rehabilitation problem under uncertainty
Z. Kapelan, D.A. Savic, G.A. Walters and A.V. Babayan .......... 61–75
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.008
An uncertainty analysis of the flood-stage upstream from a bridge
M. Sowiński .......... 77–84
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Can we assess the model complexity for a bioprocess: theory and example of the anaerobic digestion process
O. Bernard, B. Chachuat, A. Hélias and J. Rodriguez .......... 85–92
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Identifiability analysis of the CSTR river water quality model
J. Chen and Y. Deng .......... 93–99
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Towards a synthesis of data-based and theory-based models of environmental systems
Z. Lin and M.B. Beck .......... 101–108
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Probabilistic evaluation of ammonia toxicity in Milwaukee's Outer Harbor
C.S. Melching, V. Novotny and J.B. Schilling .......... 109–116
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.013
Designing and performing experiments for model calibration using an automated iterative procedure
D.J.W.De Pauw and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 117–127
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.014
Parameter sensitivity analysis for activated sludge models No. 1 and 3 combined with one-dimensional settling model
J.R. Kim, J.H. Ko, J.J. Lee, S.H. Kim, T.J. Park, C.W. Kim and H.J. Woo .......... 129–138
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.015
Practical approach to parameter estimation for ASM3+bio-P module applied to five-stage step-feed EBPR process
S.H. Lee, J.H. Ko, K.M. Poo, T.H. Lee, H.J. Woo and C.W. Kim .......... 139–148
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.016
Stability analysis of a wastewater treatment plantwith saturated control
F. Grognard and O. Bernard .......... 149–157
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.017
K.V. Gernaey, U. Jeppsson, D.J. Batstone and P. Ingildsen .......... 159–167
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Impact of reactive settler models on simulated WWTP performance
F. Ciappelloni, D. Mazouni, J. Harmand and L. Lardon .......... 169–177
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.019
On-line supervision and control of an aerobic SBR process
Modelling biological processes under anaerobic conditions through integrating titrimetric and off-gas measurements–applied to EBPR systems
Z. Yuan, S. Pratt, R.J. Zeng and J. Keller .......... 179–189
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.020
Dynamic reasoning to solve complex problems in activated sludge processes: a step further in decision support systems
M. Martínez, I. Rodríguez-Roda, M. Poch, U. Cortés and J. Comas .......... 191–198
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.021
Rule-based fuzzy inference system for estimating the influent COD/N ratio and ammonia load to a sequencing batch reactor
Y.J. Kim, H. Bae, J.H. Ko, K.M. Poo, S. Kim, C.W. Kim and H.J. Woo .......... 199–207
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.022
Case-based reasoning, a promising tool to face solids separation problems in the activated sludge process
M. Martínez, M. Sànchez-Marrè, J. Comas and I. Rodríguez-Roda .......... 209–216
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.023
Knowledge-based control and case-based diagnosis based upon empirical knowledge and fuzzy logic for the SBR plant
H. Bae, H.Y. Seo, S. Kim and Y. Kim .......... 217–224
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.024
M.de Gracia, L. Sancho, J.L. García-Heras, P. Vanrolleghem and E. Ayesa .......... 225–240
Mass and charge conservation check in dynamic models: application to the new ADM1 model
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.025
Structural and functional design of WWTP operation decision support system with a case study
L.J. Xu, H.C. Shi and X.Y. Ke .......... 241–250
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Sensor fault diagnosis in a wastewater treatment process
C. Lee, S.W. Choi and I.-B. Lee .......... 251–257
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The microbial signature of drinking waters: myth or reality?
J. Harmand, L. Paulou, J. Desmoutiers, L Garrelly, P. Dabert and J.J. Godon .......... 259–266
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A standard interface between simulation programs and systems analysis software
P. Reichert .......... 267–275
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Efficient modelling necessitates standards for model documentation and exchange
K.V. Gernaey, C. Rosen, D.J. Batstone and J. Alex .......... 277–285
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Towards a benchmark simulation model for plant-wide control strategy performance evaluation of WWTPs
U. Jeppsson, C. Rosen, J. Alex, J. Copp, K.V. Gernaey, M.-N. Pons and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 287–295
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Distributed virtual experiments in water quality management
F. Claeys, M. Chtepen, L. Benedetti, B. Dhoedt and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 297–305
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 2
Contents
Management of agricultural nonpoint source pollution in China: current status and challenges
Xiaoyan Wang .......... 1–9
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Distribution of dioxins in surface soils and river-mouth sediments and their relevance to watershed properties
M. Kanematsu, Y. Shimizu, K. Sato, S. Kim, T. Suzuki, B. Park, K. Hattori, M. Nakamura, H. Yabushita and K. Yokota .......... 11–21
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.034
Study of water quality distribution in Lake Biwa in consideration of runoff pollutant loads from its catchment basin
A. Ichiki, A. Sasaki, N. Sakata, K. Nakakura and H. Yamate .......... 23–32
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.035
Estimation of annual pollutant loadings in two small catchments and examination of their differences caused by regional properties
S. Fujii, M. Moriya, P. Songprasert and H. Ihara .......... 33–44
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.036
Effects of soil erosion on water quality and water uses in the upper Phong watershed
S. Sthiannopkao, S. Takizawa and W. Wirojanagud .......... 45–52
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.037
Long-term fluctuation and regional variation of nutrient loads from the atmosphere to lakes
T. Kunimatsu and M. Sudo .......... 53–61
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.038
Water chemistry gradient in a degraded bog area
R. Iqbal, S. Akimoto, K. Tokutake, T. Inoue and H. Tachibana .......... 63–71
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Characteristics of sediments in a newly constructed reservoir in Japan
Y. Sakurai and S. Haruta .......... 73–78
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Evaluation of nutrient loads from a mountain forest including storm runoff loads
T. Kunimatsu, T. Otomori, K. Osaka, E. Hamabata and Y. Komai .......... 79–91
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Evaluation of hydrological processes in a mountainous small basin using a quinone biomarker
M. Fujita, H. Haga, K. Nishida and Y. Sakamoto .......... 93–99
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Nitrogen removal function of recycling irrigation system
T. Hitomi, I. Yoshinaga, Y.W. Feng and E. Shiratani .......... 101–109
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Recycling mineral nutrients to farmland via compost application
Y.Y. Liu, M. Ukita, T. Imai and T. Higuchi .......... 111–118
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.044
Study on the potential of farmland soils as non-point sources of nitrogen and phosphorus in Japan
M. Ukita, X. Shi, T. Higuchi, Y. Arkin and M. Fukada .......... 119–130
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.045
Decrease in herbicide concentrations and affected factors in lagoons located around Lake Biwa
M. Sudo, M. Nishino and T. Okubo .......... 131–138
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.046
Estimation of pesticide runoff from paddy fields to rural rivers
A. Numabe and S. Nagahora .......... 139–146
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.047
Economic valuation of reduction in nitrogen outflow from a paddy field area equipped with a recycling irrigation facility
Y.W. Feng, E. Shiratani, I. Yoshinaga and T. Hitomi .......... 147–153
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.048
M. Sekine, A. Takeshita, N. Oda, M. Ukita, T. Imai and T. Higuchi .......... 155–161
On-site treatment of turbid river water using chitosan, a natural organic polymer coagulant
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.049
K. Yamada, D. Ujiie and K. Nishikawa .......... 163–174
Study on purification mechanism in soil penetration facility for effluents from urban area and control strategies
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.050
Trace metal levels in sediments deposited in urban stormwater management facilities
J. Marsalek, W.E. Watt and B.C. Anderson .......... 175–183
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Lead isotope ratios in urban road runoff
M. Shinya, K. Funasaka, K. Katahira, M. Ishikawa and S. Matsui .......... 185–191
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The characteristics and measuring technique of refractory dissolved organic substances in urban runoff
K. Wada, S. Yamanaka, M. Yamamoto and K. Toyooka .......... 193–201
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.053
Runoff and loads of nutrients and heavy metals from an urbanized area
H. Shirasuna, T. Fukushima, K. Matsushige, A. Imai and N. Ozaki .......... 203–213
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Dispersion and dry and wet deposition of PAHs in an atmospheric environment
N. Ozaki, K. Nitta and T. Fukushima .......... 215–224
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.055
Characteristics of litter waste in highway storm runoff
L.-H. Kim, J. Kang, M. Kayhanian, K.-I. Gil, M.K. Stenstrom and K.-D. Zoh .......... 225–234
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.056
Correlation analysis among highway stormwater pollutants and characteristics
Y.H. Han, S.L. Lau, M. Kayhanian and M.K. Stenstrom .......... 235–243
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.057
Characteristics of particle-associated PAHs in a first flush of a highway runoff
R.K. Aryal, H. Furumai, F. Nakajima and M. Boller .......... 245–251
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.058
Water quality modeling to evaluate BMPs in rice paddies
J.H. Jeon, C.G. Yoon, H.S. Hwang and K.W. Jung .......... 253–261
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.059
Evaluation of AnnAGNPS in cold and temperate regions
S. Das, R.P. Rudra, P.K. Goel, B. Gharabaghi and N. Gupta .......... 263–270
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Nonlinear regression approach to evaluate nutrient delivery coefficient
M.S. Bae and S.R. Ha .......... 271–279
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.061
Comparative study of two watershed scale models to calculate diffuse phosphorus pollution
A. Kovacs .......... 281–288
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Integrating principles of nitrogen dynamics in a method to estimate leachable nitrogen under agricultural systems
M. Burkart, D. James, M. Liebman and E.van Ouwerkerk .......... 289–301
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.063
Indicator of risk of water contamination by phosphorus from Canadian agricultural land
E.van Bochove, G. Thériault, F. Dechmi, A.N. Rousseau, R. Quilbé, M.-L. Leclerc and N. Goussard .......... 303–310
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Estimation of particulate nutrient load usingturbidity meter
K. Yamamoto and T. Suetsugi .......... 311–320
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.065
Application of monitored natural attenuation to remediate a petroleum-hydrocarbon spill site
C.M. Kao, W.Y. Huang, L.J. Chang, T.Y. Chen, H.Y. Chien and F. Hou .......... 321–328
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Comparison of several methods for BAP measurement
J. Nakajima, Y. Murata and M. Sakamoto .......... 329–336
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Evaluation of atmospheric deposition of nitrogen to the Feitsui Reservoir in Taipei
S.L. Lo and H.A. Chu .......... 337–344
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.068
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 3
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Parathion degradation and toxicity reduction in solar photocatalysis and photolysis
K.-D. Zoh, T.-S. Kim, J.-G. Kim, K. Choi and S.-M. Yi .......... 1–8
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.069
Use of immobilised bacteria for the wastewater treatment – examples from the sugar industry
H.-J. Jördening, K. Hausmann, B. Demuth and M. Zastrutzki .......... 9–15
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.071
Pretreatment and biotreatment of saline industrial wastewaters
B.J.W. Tuin, R. Geerts, J.B. Westerink and C.G.van Ginkel .......... 17–25
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.072
On-site treatment of high-strength alcohol distillery wastewater by a pilot-scale thermophilic multi-staged UASB (MS-UASB) reactor
M. Yamada, M. Yamauchi, T. Suzuki, A. Ohashi and H. Harada .......... 27–35
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.073
Membrane bioreactors in industrial wastewater treatment – European experiences, examples and trends
P. Cornel and S. Krause .......... 37–44
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Responsible development of nanotechnologies for water and wastewater treatment
M.R. Wiesner .......... 45–51
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Development of MBR with reduced operational and maintenance costs
Y. Annaka, Y. Hamamoto, M. Akatsu, K. Maruyama, S. Oota and T. Murakami .......... 53–60
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S. Baumgarten, H.Fr. Schröder and J. Pinnekamp .......... 61–67
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Performance of membrane bioreactors used for the treatment of wastewater from the chemical and textile industries
Domestic wastewater treatment with a small-scale membrane bioreactor
C. Abegglen and H. Siegrist .......... 69–78
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.077
Modelling of wastewater treatment plants – how far shall we go with sophisticated modelling tools?
G.C. Glover, C. Printemps, K. Essemiani and J. Meinhold .......... 79–89
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.078
Modification of ASM3 for the determination of biomass adsorption/storage capacity in bulking sludge control
J. Makinia, K.-H. Rosenwinkel and L.‐C. Phan .......... 91–99
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Development and exploitation of a multipurpose CFD tool for optimisation of microbial reaction and sludge flow
T. Oda, T. Yano and Y. Niboshi .......... 101–110
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Activated sludge modelling: past, present and future
W. Gujer .......... 111–119
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Plant-wide control: dream, necessity or reality?
G. Olsson and U. Jeppsson .......... 121–129
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.083
Phosphorus removal and recovery from wastewaterby tobermorite-seeded crystallisation of calcium phosphate
U. Berg, D. Donnert, P.G. Weidler, E. Kaschka, G. Knoll and R. Nüesch .......... 131–138
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.084
Treatment of source-separated urine by a combination of bipolar electrodialysis and a gas transfer membrane
W. Pronk, M. Biebow and M. Boller .......... 139–146
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.086
S. Tsuneda, M. Ogiwara, Y. Ejiri and A. Hirata .......... 147–154
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High-Rate Nitrification Using Aerobic Granular Sludge
Where is biological nutrient removal going now?
J.L. Barnard and M.T. Steichen .......... 155–164
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.088
Low effluent nutrient technologies for wastewater treatment
K.R. Pagilla, M. Urgun-Demirtas and R. Ramani .......... 165–172
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.089
Membrane chemical reactor (MCR) combining photocatalysis and microfiltration for grey water treatment
M.J. Rivero, S.A. Parsons, P. Jeffrey, M. Pidou and B. Jefferson .......... 173–180
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.090
Leachate detoxification by combination of biological and TiO2-photocatalytic processes
J. Wiszniowski, D. Robert, J. Surmacz-Gorska, K. Miksch and J.-V. Weber .......... 181–190
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.091
Model-based evaluation of struvite recovery from an in-line stripper in a BNR process (BCFS)
X.-D. Hao and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht .......... 191–198
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.092
Copper and zinc removal from roof runoff: from research to full-scale adsorber systems
M. Steiner and M. Boller .......... 199–207
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.093
Combining UASB and the “fourth generation” down-flow hanging sponge reactor for municipal wastewater treatment
M. Tandukar, S. Uemura, A. Ohashi and H. Harada .......... 209–218
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.095
The membrane biofilm reactor: the natural partnership of membranes and biofilm
B.E. Rittmann .......... 219–225
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Integration of sulphate reduction, autotrophic denitrification and nitrification to achieve low-cost excess sludge minimisation for Hong Kong sewage
G.N. Lau, K.R. Sharma, G.H. Chen and M.C.M.van Loosdrecht .......... 227–235
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Production of porous carbonaceous adsorbent from physical activation of sewage sludge: application to wastewater treatment
S. Rio, L.Le Coq, C. Faur and P.Le Cloirec .......... 237–244
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High-solids centrifuge is a boon and a curse for managing anaerobically digested biosolids
S. Murthy, M. Higgins, Y.-C. Chen, C. Peot and W. Toffey .......... 245–253
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Anaerobic digestion with partial ozonation minimises greenhouse gas emission from sludge treatment and disposal
H. Yasui, R. Matsuhashi, T. Noike and H. Harada .......... 255–263
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.104
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 4-5
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Instrumentation, control and automation in the water industry – state-of-the-art and new challenges
G. Olsson .......... 1–16
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.097
ICA and water in Korea – overview
C. Kim, T.-J. Park, S.-H. Kim, I. Hwang, J.-E. Oh and J. Ko .......... 17–24
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Lessons learnt from 15 years of ICA in anaerobic digesters
J.P. Steyer, O. Bernard, D.J. Batstone and I. Angelidaki .......... 25–33
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.107
Extremum-seeking with variable gain control for intensifying biogas production in anaerobic fermentation
J. Liu, G. Olsson and B. Mattiasson .......... 35–44
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Controlling the nitrite:ammonium ratio in a SHARON reactor in view of its coupling with an Anammox process
E.I.P. Volcke, M.C.M.van Loosdrecht and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 45–54
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.109
Implementation of in-line infrared monitor in full-scale anaerobic digestion process
H. Spanjers, J.C. Bouvier, P. Steenweg, I. Bisschops, W.van Gils and B. Versprille .......... 55–61
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Instrumentation in anaerobic treatment – research and practice
H. Spanjers and J.B.van Lier .......... 63–76
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On-line estimation of kinetic parameters in anaerobic digestion using observer-based estimators and multiwavelength fluorometry
E. Morel, B. Tartakovsky, S.R. Guiot and M. Perrier .......... 77–83
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Influence of closed loop control on microbial diversity in a nitrification process
D. Bougard, N. Bernet, P. Dabert, J.P. Delgenes and J.P. Steyer .......... 85–93
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.113
Application of a model-based optimisation methodology for nutrient removing SBRs leads to falsification of the model
G. Sin, K. Villez and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 95–103
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.114
Modelling and control strategy testing of biological and chemical phosphorus removal at Avedøre WWTP
P. Ingildsen, C. Rosen, K.V. Gernaey, M.K. Nielsen, T. Guildal and B.N. Jacobsen .......... 105–113
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.115
Identification of the adverse effect of nitrate on the phosphate release rate and improvement of EBPR process models
S.H. Lee, J.H. Ko, J.R. Kim, Y.J. Kim, J.J. Lee, C.W. Kim and T.H. Lee .......... 115–123
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.116
Improvement of ammonia removal in activated sludge process with feedforward-feedback aeration controllers
Darko Vrečko, Nadja Hvala, Aljaž Stare, Olga Burica, Marjeta Stražar, Meta Levstek, Peter Cerar and Sebastjan Podbevšek .......... 125–132
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.098
Introducing biological phosphorus removal in an alternating plant by means of control: a full scale study
C. Rosen, P. Ingildsen, T. Guildal, T.Munk Nielsen, M.K. Nielsen, B.N. Jacobsen and H.A. Thomsen .......... 133–141
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.133
A process-dependent real-time controller for sequencing batch reactor plants: results of full-scale operation
J. Wiese, J. Simon and H. Steinmetz .......... 143–150
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Full-cyclic control strategy of SBR for nitrogen removal in strong wastewater using common sensors
K.M. Poo, J.H. Im, B.H. Jun, J.R. Kim, I.S. Hwang, K.S. Choi and C.W. Kim .......... 151–160
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.119
Model-based evaluation of an on-line control strategy for SBRs based on OUR and ORP measurements
Ll. Corominas, G. Sin, S. Puig, A. Traore, M. Balaguer, J. Colprim and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 161–169
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.120
An on-line optimisation of a SBR cycle for carbon and nitrogen removal based on on-line pH and OUR: the role of dissolved oxygen control
S. Puig, Ll. Corominas, A. Traore, J. Colomer, M.D. Balaguer and J. Colprim .......... 171–178
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Application of an automation system and a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system for the optimal operation of a membrane adsorption hybrid system
P.J. Smith, S. Vigneswaran, H.H. Ngo, H.T. Nguyen and R. Ben-Aim .......... 179–184
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.122
Forecasting influent flow rate and composition with occasional data for supervisory management system by time series model
J.R. Kim, J.H. Ko, J.H. Im, S.H. Lee, S.H. Kim, C.W. Kim and T.J. Park .......... 185–192
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Supervisory control strategies for the new WWTP of Galindo-Bilbao: the long run from the conceptual design to the full-scale experimental validation
E. Ayesa, A.De la Sota, P. Grau, J.M. Sagarna, A. Salterain and J. Suescun .......... 193–201
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Total cost minimization control scheme for biological wastewater treatment process and its evaluation based on the COST benchmark process
O. Yamanaka, T. Obara and K. Yamamoto .......... 203–214
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Estimating costs and benefits of advanced control for wastewater treatment plants – the MAgIC methodology
M. Devisscher, G. Ciacci, L. Fé, L. Benedetti, D. Bixio, C. Thoeye, G.De Gueldre, S. Marsili-Libelli and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 215–223
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.126
WWTP dynamic disturbance modelling–an essential module for long-term benchmarking development
K.V. Gernaey, C. Rosen and U. Jeppsson .......... 225–234
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Feasibility of controlling nitrification in predenitrification plants using DO, pH and ORP sensors
Y. Ma, Y. Peng, Z. Yuan, S. Wang and X. Wu .......... 235–243
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.128
Cell-phone based assistance for waterworks/sewage plant maintenance
T. Kawada, K. Nakamichi, N. Hisano, M. Kitamura and K. Miyahara .......... 245–252
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.129
Improving the start-up of an EBPR system using OUR to control the aerobic phase length: a simulation study
A. Guisasola, M. Pijuan, J.A. Baeza, J. Carrera and J. Lafuente .......... 253–262
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.130
Monitoring biodegradation of diesel fuel in bioventing processes using in situ respiration rate
T.H. Lee, I.G. Byun, Y.O. Kim, I.S. Hwang and T.J. Park .......... 263–272
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.131
Automatic detection of exogenous respiration end-point using artificial neural network
I. Bisschops, H. Spanjers and K. Keesman .......... 273–281
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.132
Improving oxygen concentration control in activated sludge process with estimation of respiration and scheduling control
S. Gerkšič, D. Vrečko and N. Hvala .......... 283–291
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.133
Development and commissioning of decision support tools for sewerage management
G. Manic, C. Printemps, M. Zug and C. Lemoine .......... 293–302
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.134
Demonstration of a tool for automatic learning and re-use of knowledge in the activated sludge process
J. Comas, I. Rodríguez-Roda, M. Poch, K.V. Gernaey, C. Rosen and U. Jeppsson .......... 303–311
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.135
Knowledge-based fuzzy system for diagnosis and control of an integrated biological wastewater treatment process
O.C. Pires, C. Palma, J.C. Costa, I. Moita, M.M. Alves and E.C. Ferreira .......... 313–320
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.136
Decision algorithm based on data mining for coagulant type and dosage in water treatment systems
H. Bae, S. Kim and Y.J. Kim .......... 321–329
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.137
Extension of the IWA/COST simulation benchmark to include expert reasoning for system performance evaluation
J. Comas, I. Rodríguez-Roda, M. Poch, K.V. Gernaey, C. Rosen and U. Jeppsson .......... 331–339
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.138
Application of a multi-channel system for continuous monitoring and an early warning system
J.H. Lee, C.H. Song, B.C. Kim and M.B. Gu .......... 341–346
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.139
Temperature-based rapid toxicity test using Ceriodaphnia dubia
B.H. Jun, S.I. Lee, H.D. Ryu and Y.J. Kim .......... 347–355
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.140
Biosensor-based control of nitrification inhibitor in municipal wastewater treatment plants
Y. Okayasu, H. Tanaka, T. Inui and Y. Tanaka .......... 357–366
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Monitoring of pH inhibition on microbial activity in a continuous flow reactor by pseudo toxic concentration (CPT) concept and time delay model
J.H. Ko, S.H. Lee, J.R. Kim, Y.J. Kim, I.S. Hwang, T.H. Lee and C.W. Kim .......... 367–373
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.142
Fault detection for control of wastewater treatment plants
O. Schraa, B. Tole and J.B. Copp .......... 375–382
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.143
Equipment fault diagnosis system of sequencing batch reactors using rule-based fuzzy inference and on-line sensing data
Y.J. Kim, H. Bae, K.M. Poo, J.H. Ko, B.G. Kim, T.J. Park and C.W. Kim .......... 383–392
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.144
Efficient design and operation of a data acquisition system for pressurized pipeline systems
S. Kim .......... 393–401
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A micromachined electrochemical sensor for free chlorine monitoring in drinking water
A. Mehta, H. Shekhar, S.H. Hyun, S. Hong and H.J. Cho .......... 403–410
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Monitoring of coagulation performance and determination of coagulant dosage using a pilot in-line filter
S.G. Kim, K.J. Choi, H.J. Son, Y.C. Jun, J.B. Rhee, I.S. Shon, Y.D. Lee and S.H. Kim .......... 411–417
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New measurement techniques for secondary settlers: a review
P.A. Vanrolleghem, B.D. Clercq, J.D. Clercq, M. Devisscher, D.J. Kinnear and I. Nopens .......... 419–429
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New process control strategy for wastewater chlorination and dechlorination using ORP/pH
H. Kim, S. Kwon, S. Han, M. Yu, S. Gong and M.F. Colosimo .......... 431–438
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Modelling of aeration systems at wastewater treatment plants
L. Rieger, J. Alex, W. Gujer and H. Siegrist .......... 439–447
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Wastewater fingerprinting by UV-visible and synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy
J. Wu, M.N. Pons and O. Potier .......... 449–456
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.149
On-line concentration measurements in wastewater using nonlinear deconvolution and partial least squares of spectrophotometric data
A. Vargas and G. Buitrón .......... 457–463
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A model of the redox measurement in aerated activated sludge
D. Cecil and E. Skou .......... 465–472
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Integrated soft sensor model for flow control
G. Äijälä and D. Lumley .......... 473–482
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Study on the introduction of hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) concept of the water quality management in water supply systems
H. Yokoi, I. Embutsu, M. Yoda and K. Waseda .......... 483–492
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Optimal flow distribution over multiple parallel pellet reactors: a model-based approach
K.M.van Schagen, R. Babuška, L.C. Rietveld and E.T. Baars .......... 493–501
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Failure monitoring in water distribution networks
D. Misiunas, J. Vítkovský, G. Olsson, M. Lambert and A. Simpson .......... 503–511
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Sensor validation and reconciliation for a partial nitrification process
C.K. Yoo, K. Villez, I.B. Lee, S.Van Hulle and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 513–521
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Development of a coliforms monitoring system using an enzymatic fluorescence method
A. Morikawa, I. Hirashiki and S. Furukawa .......... 523–532
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Titrimetric monitoring of a completely autotrophic nitrogen removal process
S.W.H.Van Hulle, U. Zaher, G. Schelstraete and P.A. Vanrolleghem .......... 533–540
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SBR on-line monitoring by set-point titration
N. Fiocchi, E. Ficara, R. Canziani, L. Luccarini, F. Ciappelloni, P. Ratini, M. Pirani and S. Mariani .......... 541–549
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New intake control system based on river water quality
S. Furukawa, A. Morikawa, N. Masuda and I. Sakaguchi .......... 551–557
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 6
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Sludge–sludge Interaction in the Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Process
O. Ichihashi, H. Satoh and T. Mino .......... 1–6
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.161
Effects of solid retention time on the performance of submerged anoxic/oxic membrane bioreactor
H.Y. Ng, T.W. Tan, S.L. Ong, C.A. Toh and Z.P. Loo .......... 7–13
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.162
Optimization of nitrogen and phosphorus limitation for better biodegradable plastic production and organic removal using single fed-batch mixed cultures and renewable resources
M.F.Md Din, Z. Ujang, M.C.M.van Loosdrecht, A. Ahmad and M.F. Sairan .......... 15–20
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.164
The effect of nitrite on aerobic phosphate uptake and denitrifying activity of phosphate-accumulating organisms
Y. Yoshida, K. Takahashi, T. Saito and K. Tanaka .......... 21–27
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Simultaneous treatment of sewage sludge and food waste by the unified high-rate anaerobic digestion system
H.-W. Kim, S.-K. Han and H.-S. Shin .......... 29–35
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.166
Effective sludge solubilization treatment by simultaneous use of ultrasonic and electrochemical processes
T. Watanabe, D.-Y. Zeng, K.-J. Cho and M. Kuroda .......... 37–42
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.168
Comparison of membrane biofouling in nitrification and denitrification for the membrane bioreactor (MBR)
N. Jang, X. Ren, K. Choi and I.S. Kim .......... 43–49
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Multistage wastewater treatment using separated storage driven denitrification and nitrification biofilms
L.J. Hughes, J. Lancaster and R. Cord-Ruwisch .......... 51–58
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Real-time PCR quantification of nitrite reductase (nirS) genes in a nitrogen removing Fluidized Bed Reactor
N. Araki, Y. Tsukamoto, A. Nagano, T. Yamaguchi and H. Harada .......... 59–65
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.171
Dynamic analysis of coagulation of low turbidity water sources using Al- and Fe-based coagulants
K. Ebie, T. Kawaguchi and D. Yamaguchi .......... 67–74
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International standards for services activities relating to drinking water supply systems and wastewater systems: Implications for developing countries
S. Lee, D. Cha and H. Park .......... 75–82
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.174
Development of single-stage nitrogen removal using anammox and partial nitritation (SNAP) and its treatment performances
K. Furukawa, P.K. Lieu, H. Tokitoh and T. Fujii .......... 83–90
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The effect of Fe(0) on electrokinetic remediation of clay contaminated with perchloroethylene
C. Yuan .......... 91–98
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Low strength wastewater treatment under low temperature conditions by a novel sulfur redox action process
T. Yamaguchi, Y. Bungo, M. Takahashi, H. Sumino, A. Nagano, N. Araki, T. Imai, S. Yamazaki and H. Harada .......... 99–105
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Evaluation of sludge reduction and phosphorus recovery efficiencies in a new advanced wastewater treatment system using denitrifying polyphosphate accumulating organisms
Y. Suzuki, T. Kondo, K. Nakagawa, S. Tsuneda, A. Hirata, Y. Shimizu and Y. Inamori .......... 107–113
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Achieving biological nitrogen removal via nitrite by salt inhibition
Y.W. Cui, Y.Z. Peng, C.Y. Peng, X.Q. Gan and L. Ye .......... 115–122
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.183
Photoreactivation of Escherichia coli following medium-pressure ultraviolet disinfection and its control using chloramination
P.H. Quek, J.Y. Hu, X.N. Chu, Y.Y. Feng and X.L. Tan .......... 123–129
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.184
Evaluation of a long-term operation of a submerged nanofiltration membrane bioreactor (NF MBR) for advanced wastewater treatment
J.-H. Choi, K. Fukushi, H.Y. Ng and K. Yamamoto .......... 131–136
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.185
Adsorption and recovery of alkylphenol polyethoxylates from synthetic wastewater using hexagonal mesoporous silicate
P. Punyapalakul and S. Takizawa .......... 137–143
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New ORP/pH based control strategy for chlorination and dechlorination of wastewater: pilot scale application
H. Kim, S. Kwon, S. Han, M. Yu, J. Kim, S. Gong and M.F. Colosimo .......... 145–151
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Biodegradation of a variety of bisphenols under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
M. Ike, M.Y. Chen, E. Danzl, K. Sei and M. Fujita .......... 153–159
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.189
Bio-anaerobic treatability study for PCBs-contaminated oil
S.Y. Ahn, S.J. Kim and P.Y. Yang .......... 161–167
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Control of bromate ion and brominated organic compounds formation during ozone/hydrogen peroxide treatment of secondary effluent
H.-S. Kim, H. Yamada and H. Tsuno .......... 169–174
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Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) production using wastewater as carbon source and activated sludge as microorganisms
S. Yan, R.D. Tyagi and R.Y. Surampalli .......... 175–180
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Acrylic acid removal by acrylic acid utilizing bacteria from acrylonitrile–butadiene–styrene resin manufactured wastewater treatment system
C.C. Wang and C.M. Lee .......... 181–186
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Parameter optimization and design aspect for electro- coagulation of silica nano-particles in wafer polishing wastewater
W. Den and C. Huang .......... 187–194
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Photooxidation of azo dye Reactive Black 5 using a novel supported iron oxide: heterogeneous and homogeneous approach
C.L. Hsueh, Y.H. Huang, C.C. Wang and C.Y. Chen .......... 195–201
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Solutions to a combined problem of excessive hydrogen sulfide in biogas and struvite scaling
W. Charles, R. Cord-Ruwisch, G. Ho, M. Costa and P. Spencer .......... 203–211
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Effect of a suspended carrier on membrane fouling in a submerged membrane bioreactor
Chun-Hai Wei, Xia Huang, Cheng-Wen Wang and Xiang-Hua Wen .......... 211–220
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Heavy metal-binding proteins from metal-stimulated bacteria as a novel adsorbent for metal removal technology
D. Sano, K. Myojo and T. Omura .......... 221–226
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 7
Contents
Granular media filtration: old process, new thoughts
D.F. Lawler and J.A. Nason .......... 1–7
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.201
Flocculation morphology: effect of particulate shape and coagulant species on flocculation
Jiang Zhanpeng and Guan Yuntao .......... 9–16
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Hybrid membrane bioreactor for water recycling and phosphorus recovery
Y. Watanabe and K. Kimura .......... 17–24
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The role of interparticle forces in colloidal aggregates: local investigations and modelling of restructuring during filtration
J.B. Madeline, M. Meireles, R. Botet and B. Cabane .......... 25–32
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Tracking particle size distributions in a moving bed biofilm membrane reactor for treatment of municipal wastewater
R.M. Åhl, T. Leiknes and H. Ødegaard .......... 33–42
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Particle size distribution to design and operate an APT process for agricultural wastewater reuse
A. Chavez, C. Maya and B. Jimenez .......... 43–49
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Wastewater dissolved organic matter: characteristics and sorptive capabilities
B. Chefetz, T. Ilani, E. Schulz and J. Chorover .......... 51–57
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Enhancing flexible fiber filter (3FM) performance using in-line coagulation
J.-J. Lee, M.-K. Jeong, J.-H. Im, R. BenAim, S.-H. Lee, J.-E. Oh, H.-J. Woo and C.-W. Kim .......... 59–66
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Coagulation of NOM: linking character to treatment
E.L. Sharp, S.A. Parson and B. Jefferson .......... 67–76
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The effect of polymeric flocculants on floc strength and filter performance
M.M. Rawlings, C.S.B. Fitzpatrick, J. Gregory and A. Wetherill .......... 77–85
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Effects of addition sequence and rapid mixing conditions on use of dual coagulants
S.H. Kim, H.K. Kim, B.H. Moon, G.T. Seo and C.H. Yoon .......... 87–94
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Effects of velocity gradient and mixing time on particle growth in a rapid mixing tank
S.M. Park, H.B. Jun, M.S. Jung and H.M. Koo .......... 95–102
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Floc size distribution in a stirred suspension
D.H. Bache and E. Rasool .......... 103–112
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Settling characteristics of problem algae in the water treatment process
S.K. Choi, J.Y. Lee, D.Y. Kwon and K.J. Cho .......... 113–119
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The role of compactibility in liquid–solid separation of wastewater sludges
E. Emir and A. Erdincler .......... 121–126
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Effects of surface charge, micro-bubble size and particle size on removal efficiency of electro-flotation
M.Y. Han, M.K. Kim and H.J. Ahn .......... 127–132
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Dissolved air flotation of polishing wastewater from semiconductor manufacturer
J.C. Liu and C.Y. Lien .......... 133–140
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Examining the effect of length/width ratio on the hydro-dynamic behaviour in a DAF system using CFD and ADV techniques
S.B. Kwon, N.S. Park, S.J. Lee, H.W. Ahn and C.K. Wang .......... 141–149
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.218
Use of hydrocyclone and flotation column for reducing the volume of contaminated dredged material
K.H. Park, J.H. Lee, B.H. Bae, Y.H. Kim and Y.K. Choung .......... 151–157
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Application of the flotation process to thicken the sludge from a DAF plant
S. Dockko, S.C. Park, S.B. Kwon and M.Y. Han .......... 159–165
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Pretreatment chemistry for dual media filtration: model simulations and experimental studies
J.Y. Shin and C.R. O'Melia .......... 167–175
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Particle detachment during hydraulic shock loads in granular media filtration
J.K. Kim and D.F. Lawler .......... 177–184
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A high filtration system with synthetic permeable media for wastewater reclamation
K.Y. Park, S.K. Maeng, K. Kim, J.H. Kweon and K.H. Ahn .......... 185–190
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Effects of flocculent aggregates on microfiltration with coagulation pretreatment of high turbidity waters
S. Lee, J.H. Kweon, Y.H. Choi and K.-H. Ahn .......... 191–197
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Analysing mass balance of viruses in a coagulation–ceramic microfiltration hybrid system by a combination of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method and the plaque forming units (PFU) method
T. Matsushita, Y. Matsui and N. Shirasaki .......... 199–207
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Modeling of extracellular polymeric substances and soluble microbial products production in a submerged membrane bioreactor at various SRTs
Y.T. Ahn, Y.K. Choi, H.S. Jeong, S.R. Chae and H.S. Shin .......... 209–216
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Formation and breakage of flocs using dual polymers
M.A. Yukselen, J. Gregory and E. Soyer .......... 217–223
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The transformation of aluminium species in the processes of coagulation, sedimentation and filtration
H.Z. Zhao, H.W. Yang, Y.T. Guan and Z.P. Jiang .......... 225–233
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Characteristics of sludge reduction in an integrated pretreatment and aerobic digestion process
S. Hwang, H. Jang, M. Lee, J. Song and S. Kim .......... 235–242
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The hydrodynamic filter separator for removal of urban storm runoff
J.H. Lee, K.W. Bang, Y.J. Cho and S.J. Joh .......... 243–252
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Particle separation options for emergency water treatment
C.C. Dorea, S. Bertrand and B.A. Clarke .......... 253–260
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Water Science & Technology
Volume 53 Number 8
Contents
Status of ADSW 2005
H. Hartmann and B.K. Ahring .......... 1–5
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Strategies for the anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste: an overview
H. Hartmann and B.K. Ahring .......... 7–22
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Dry anaerobic digestion of differently sorted organic municipal solid waste: a full-scale experience
D. Bolzonella, P. Pavan, S. Mace and F. Cecchi .......... 23–32
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Methane production and solids destruction in an anaerobic solid waste reactor due to post-reactor caustic and heat treatment
T.D. DiStefano and A. Ambulkar .......... 33–41
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Enhancing hydrolysis with microaeration
J.-E. Johansen and R. Bakke .......... 43–50
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Alkaline and acid hydrolytic processes in aerobic and anaerobic sludges: effect on total EPS and fractions
S.T. Cassini, M.C.E. Andrade, T.A. Abreu, R. Keller and R.F. Gonçalves .......... 51–58
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Thermal pretreatment of the solid fraction of manure: impact on the biogas reactor performance and microbial community
Z. Mladenovska, H. Hartmann, T. Kvist, M. Sales-Cruz, R. Gani and B.K. Ahring .......... 59–67
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Fertilizer potential of liquid and solid effluent from thermophilic anaerobic digestion of poultry waste
B.E. Liedl, J. Bombardiere and J.M. Chatfield .......... 69–79
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Evaluating the stabilisation degree of digested sewage sludge: investigations at four municipal wastewater treatment plants
V. Parravicini, E. Smidt, K. Svardal and H. Kroiss .......... 81–90
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Prion protein: detection in ‘spiked’ anaerobic sludge and degradation experiments under anaerobic conditions
R. Kirchmayr, H.E. Reichl, H. Schildorfer, R. Braun and R.A. Somerville .......... 91–98
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Biodegradation of PAH and DEHP micro-pollutants in mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic sewage sludge digestion
T.Benabdallah El-Hadj, J. Dosta and J. Mata-Álvarez .......... 99–107
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Comparison between the conventional anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge and its combination with a chemical or thermal pre-treatment concerning the removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products
M. Carballa, F. Omil, A.C. Alder and J.M. Lema .......... 109–117
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Phthalate hydrolysis under landfill conditions
S. Jonsson, V.A. Vavilin and B.H. Svensson .......... 119–127
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ADM1 simulations of hydrogen production
B.R.H. Peiris, P.G. Rathnasiri, J.E. Johansen, A. Kuhn and R. Bakke .......... 129–137
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Identification of prevalent microbial communities in a municipal solid waste landfill
B. Calli, S. Durmaz and B. Mertoglu .......... 139–147
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Two-stage thermophilic-mesophilic anaerobic digestion of waste activated sludge from a biological nutrient removal plant
S. Watts, G. Hamilton and J. Keller .......... 149–157
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Self-heating of anaerobic digesters using energy crops
H. Lindorfer, R. Braun and R. Kirchmayr .......... 159–166
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Anaerobic biodegradability and digestion in accumulation systems for concentrated black water and kitchen organic-wastes
T.A. Elmitwalli, M.van Leeuwen, K. Kujawa-Roeleveld, W. Sanders and G. Zeeman .......... 167–175
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Anaerobic digestion of space mission wastes
D.P. Chynoweth, J.M. Owens, A.A. Teixeira, P. Pullammanappallil and S.S. Luniya .......... 177–185
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Will anaerobic digestion of solid waste survive in the future?
L.De Baere .......... 187–194
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Quantification of Cryptosporidium parvum in anaerobic digesters treating manure by (reverse-transcription) quantitative real-time PCR, infectivity and excystation tests
G. Garcés, M. Effenberger, M. Najdrowski, C. Wackwitz, A. Gronauer, P.A. Wilderer and M. Lebuhn .......... 195–202
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Anaerobic codigestion of waste activated sludge and OFMSW: the experiences of Viareggio and Treviso plants (Italy)
D. Bolzonella, P. Battistoni, C. Susini and F. Cecchi .......... 203–211
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.251
Optimised anaerobic treatment of house-sorted biodegradable waste and slaughterhouse waste in a high loaded half technical scale digester
C. Resch, M. Grasmug, W. Smeets, R. Braun and R. Kirchmayr .......... 213–221
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Co-digestion of manure and biowaste according to the EC Animal By-Products Regulation and Finnish national regulations
T. Paavola, E. Syväsalo and J. Rintala .......... 223–231
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Towards new indicators for the prediction of solid waste anaerobic digestion properties
P. Buffiere, D. Loisel, N. Bernet and J-P. Delgenes .......... 233–241
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Enhancing waste decomposition and methane production in simulated landfill using combined anaerobic reactors
N. Sanphoti, S. Towprayoon, P. Chaiprasert and A. Nopharatana .......... 243–251
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Mesophilic–thermophilic–mesophilic anaerobic digestion of liquid dairy cattle manure
M. Effenberger, J. Bachmaier, G. Garcés, A. Gronauer, P.A. Wilderer and M. Lebuhn .......... 253–261
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Effects of solids concentration, pH and carbon addition on the production rate and composition of volatile fatty acids in prefermenters using primary sewage sludge
R.J. Zeng, Z. Yuan and J. Keller .......... 263–269
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.257
Thermophilic anaerobic fermentation of olive pulp for hydrogen and methane production: modelling of the anaerobic digestion process
H.N. Gavala, I.V. Skiadas, B.K. Ahring and G. Lyberatos .......... 271–279
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Ultrasonic treatment to improve anaerobic digestibility of dairy waste streams
L. Palmowski, L. Simons and R. Brooks .......... 281–288
Abstract | Full Text PDF | doi:10.2166/wst.2006.259
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