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Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:45 Presenter Farshad Ibrahimi Organisation GHD Topic

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Title CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION - A FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS CREATING NEW VALUE: WIN-WIN OPPORTUNITIES FOR WATER UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGING CLIMATE CHANGE RISK: ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS UNCERTAINTY FOR WASTEWATER AUTHORITIES IN AUSTRALIA IMPACT OF BUSHFIRE ON WATER TREATMENT - CENTRAL HIGHLAND'S WATER'S EXPERIENCE AT DAYLESFORD NUTRIENTS AND SALINITY IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID SOUTH AUSTRALIA - BENTHIC DIATOM ANALYSES OF THE FLINDERS RANGES AND LAKE EYRE BASIN AS A METHOD FOR SETTING WATER QUALITY TARGETS THE PRACTICAL APPRACH TO ASSESSING SANITARY RISK IN DRINKING WATER CATCHMENTS

Abstract No. PA01.03

Adapting to climate change implications for water mgt Adapting to climate change implications for water mgt Adapting to climate change implications for water mgt Catchment mgt / nutrient recovery / nutrient mgt Catchment mgt / nutrient recovery / nutrient mgt

Suzy Goldsmith

University of Melbourne

PA01.04

Gloria Vega

GHD

PA01.05

Michael Chapman

GHD

PA02.01

Patrick Maiden

PA02.02

Danielle Christobel Baker Ferguson Amanda Reed

Ecowise Environmental

Catchment mgt / nutrient recovery / nutrient mgt

PA02.03

WUNGONG CATCHMENT TRIAL PROJECT: STREAMS, FORESTS AND PEOPLE

Water Corporation

Catchment mgt / nutrient recovery / nutrient mgt Catchment mgt / nutrient recovery / nutrient mgt Demand management & water efficiency Demand management & water efficiency Demand management & water efficiency

PA02.04

INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES IN AUSTRALIAN WATERWAYS SOME PERSPECTIVES ON EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT WATER CONSERVATION BY REPLACING COOLING TOWERS WATER DIARIES: CAPTURING INTRA-HOUSEHOLD WATER ATTITUDES AND USES A CASE STUDY IN A MEDIUM SIZE CHEMICAL PLANT WITH THE AIM OF MINIMIZING WATER CONSUMPTION AND WASTE WATER GENERATION AND CONTAMINATION BY OPTIMIZING PROCESSES LITTLE THINGS ADDS UP! INTEGRATED BULK WATER MODEL FOR TOWNSVILLE CITY COUNCIL OPTIMISATION OF THE MURRAY-DARLING RIVER SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENT OPERATIONS PLANNING AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Nimal Chandrasena

Ecowise Australia

PA02.05

Junde Li Kate Harriden Arash Habibi Khorasani

Victoria University New Flows Research Tollman Pty Ltd

PA03.01 PA03.02 PA03.03

Mark Carden Paul Smith

Golder Associates Optimatics

Integrated water resource planning Integrated water resource planning

PA04.01 PA04.02

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Paul Smith Elahe Mina Omid Fallah-Mehdipour Hosseinpour-Therani Bozorg Haddad Marcus Vincius Estigoni Integrated water resource planning Organisation Topic

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Title OPTIMISATION OF THE MURRAY-DARLING RIVER SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENT OPERATIONS PLANNING AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION OF FUZZY LOGIC IN OPTIMAL MULTI-RESERVOIR OPERATION

Abstract No.

PA04.03

ESTIMATION OF SEDIMENT ACCUMULATION IN A RESERVOIR OF HYDROELECTRIC PLANT, LOBO: A COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT BATHYMETRIC SURVEY METHODS CITY WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGY FOR THE CITY OF WANNEROO HYDROPLANNER: WHOLE-OF-URBAN WATER SYSTEM QUANTITY AND QUALITY MODELLING SYSTEM CREATING WATERWAYS IN THE DESERT

Integrated water resource planning

PA04.04

Amanda Fell Fareed Mirza

GHD CSIRO

Integrated water resource planning Integrated water resource planning

PA04.05 PA04.06

Ryan Kate Rose van Lieshout Lucy Lunevich Andrew Terhorst

GHD Global Pty LTD

Integrated water resource planning

PA04.08

A PRESSURE-STATE-RESPONSE INDICATOR SYSTEM HYDROLOGICAL SENSOR WEBS - A NEW TECHNOLOGY PARADIGM FOR WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DEVELOPING A WATER SECURITY PLAN FOR HOBSONS BAY CITY COUNCIL SPORTS GROUNDS AND OPEN SPACES INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (IWRM) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO WATER POLICY MAKING REGIONAL INTEGRATED WATER MODELLING PLATFORM TO AID URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH EAST QUEENSLAND MULTI-OBJECTIVE DIFFERENTIAL EVOLUTION (MDEA) FOR GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT

SKM Pty Ltd Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) City West Water

Integrated water resource planning Integrated water resource planning

PA04.09 PA04.10

James O'Connor

Integrated water resource planning

PA04.11

Kamran Zarakhsh

RMIT University

Integrated water resource planning

PA04.12

Stephanie Ashbolt

CSIRO

Integrated water resource planning

PA04.13

JOSIAH ADEYEMO

Tshwane University of Technology

Integrated water resource planning

PA04.14

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Scott Wright Organisation URS Topic Issues in regional and rural sectors

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Title BRINE STREAMS POTENTIAL IMPACTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE WATER INDUSTRY IN WESTERN VICTORIA CRITICAL ISSUES OF EMBANKMENT DAMS IN WA THE WAY FORWARD IN WATER BALANCE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

Abstract No. PA05.01

Jiri Herza Preethi Shivaram

Sinclair Knight Merz

Issues in regional and rural sectors The rural, urban and environment water balance

PA05.02 PA06.01

COWARRA DAM ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES & RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF AQUATIC HABITAT FOR THE GIANT SPINY CRAYFISH IRRIGATING A TREE PLANTATION AND MONITORING SURFACE WATER AND GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN A REMOTE COASTAL REGION IN QUEENSLAND

Murray Thompson

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council

The rural, urban and environment water balance The rural, urban and environment water balance

PA06.02

Paul Peter Keighery Bacon Stephen Beckwith

Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia

PA06.03

MANAGING WATER ABSTRACTION: SPECIFIC PRACTICES FOR ENSURING WATER SOURCE OPERATING COMPLIANCE EMBODIED ENERGY OF PIPE MANUFACTURING?

Water Corporation

The rural, urban and environment water balance The water, energy and climate change nexus

PA06.04

Anthony Favero

Promains Pty Ltd

PA07.01

ADDRESSING SUSTAINABILITY, GREENHOUSE AND CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES IN DELIVERY OF THE TOOWOOMBA WATER SUPPLY PIPELINE OPTIMISING IRRIGATION - HOW TO IMPROVE SPORTS FIELDS AND RIVER HEALTH

Andy Mason

1. Toowoomba Pipeline Alliance 2. AECOM The water, energy and climate change nexus Sydney Water Water sensitive cities / future cities

PA07.02

Claire Michael Hammond Battam Nicole Ramilo Dennis Lee

PA08.01

WATER SENSITIVE CITIES THE INDUSTRIAL WSUD REVOLUTION A DISCUSSION ON THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DECENTRALISED RECYCLING INNOVATIVE DESIGN FOR A LARGE SEAWATER INTAKE PUMPSTATION

BMT WBM Pty Ltd Sydney Water

Water sensitive cities / future cities Centralised and /or decentralised?

PA08.02 PB01.01

Rod Mould

SKM - Sinclair Knight Merz

Maintaining / constructing / operating systems

PB03.01

A PARAMETRIC STUDY FOR DESINGING CAPACITIVE DEIONIZATION SYSTEM

Taeseung Lee

KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science Maintaining / constructing / operating and Technology) systems

PB03.02

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Taeseung Lee Ben Blayney Sydney Water Managing diversity of sources Organisation Topic

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Title A PARAMETRIC STUDY FOR DESINGING CAPACITIVE DEIONIZATION SYSTEM WOLLONGONG RECYCLED WATER SCHEME - A DIVERSIFIED APPROACH TO RECYCLED WATER IMPLEMENTATION ALTERNATIVE WATER SOURCES FOR SPORTSFIELD IRRIGATION LONG TERM PLANNING FOR WASTEWATER REUSE IN GREATER MANDURAH EVERY LAST DROP: RESERVOIR OPERATIONS MODELING IN THE ARID SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES USING RIVERWARE MICROBIAL SOURCE TRACKING TOOLBOX FOR MANAGING ALTERNATIVE SOURCE WATER QUALITY A REGIONAL APPROACH TO WATER QUALITY MONITORING AND REPORTING IN THE SEQ WATER GRID DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED CATCHMENT-STREAM WATER QUALITY MODEL FLUORIDATION ACROSS AUSTRALIA

Abstract No.

PB04.01

Nicholas Milne Helen Forster Krey Price

Victoria University Sinclair Knight Merz Tetra Tech, Inc.

Managing diversity of sources Managing diversity of sources Managing diversity of sources

PB04.02 PB04.03 PB04.04

Malcolm Warnecke

Ecowise Environmental

Managing water quality

PB05.01

Nicole Davis

SEQ Water Grid Manager

Managing water quality

PB05.02

Iqbal Hossain Michael Michael Saskya Nigel Chapman Kennedy Hunter Johnston Andrew Bath Domingo Zarzo

Swinburne University of Technology GHD

Managing water quality Managing water quality

PB05.03 PB05.04

RECREATION IN DRINKING WATER SUPPLY CATCHMENTS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA IMPROVEMENT OF INLAND WATER QUALITY BY MEANS OF ELECTRODIALYSIS REVERSAL THE 'WATER QUALITY STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND REPORTING' TOOL: INFORMING DECISIONS ABOUT WATER QUALITY URBAN STORMWATER QUALITY AS INFLUENCED BY TRAFFIC DENSITY

Water Corporation

Managing water quality

PB05.05 PB05.06

Valoriza Agua (Parent company of Valoriza Managing water quality Water Australia) CSIRO Managing water quality

Brent Henderson

PB05.07

JOSIAH ADEYEMO

TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Managing water quality

PB05.08

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Michael Peter Howard Omar Chapman Nadebaum Graham Bahgat Michael Michael Chapman Kennedy Neil McGuinness Organisation GHD Topic Practical experience, learnings and outlook

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Title DEVELOPMENT OF DRINKING WATER STANDARDS AND A WATER QUALITY RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR EXISTING LARGE DESALINATION PLANTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Abstract No. PB06.01

UNIQUE WATER TREATMENT PROCESS CHALLENGES AT NEW AND EXISTING WATER TREATMENT PLANTS ACROSS VICTORIA

GHD

Practical experience, learnings and outlook

PB06.02

TUART LAKES LIFETYLE VILLAGE WWTP AND RECYCLED WATER SCHEME AN INTEGRATED REGULATORY APPROVALS APPROACH TO A FRAGMENTED REGULATORY SYSTEM PERFORMANCE OF FOULING RESISTANT REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES IN AUSTRALIA HELPING BUSINESSES GO BEYOND COMPLIANCE: ON-LINE WATERMAP

ENV Australia

Practical experience, learnings and outlook

PB06.03

Katariina Majamaa

Dow Water & Process Solutions

Practical experience, learnings and outlook Practical experience, learnings and outlook Practical experience, learnings and outlook Practical experience, learnings and outlook Community consultation and working in the community Community consultation and working in the community Community consultation and working in the community

PB06.04

Natalie Atkins

Yarra Valley Water

PB06.05

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE ON CORROSION PREVENTION FOR SWRO DESALINATION PLANTS WEST WERRIBEE - AQUIFER STORAGE AND RECOVERY: AN INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR MANAGING PROCESS INFRASTRUCTURE EFFICIENCY. A UNIQUE APPROACH TO SANITATION FOR FLOATING COMMUNITIES ON THE TONLE SAP, CAMBODIA ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS IN TIDAL GATES REPLACEMENT

Hendrik van Rhijn

Evans and Peck

PB06.06

Aleks Svazas

City West Water

PB06.07

Judy Hagan

Engineers Without Borders Australia

PC01.01

Anne Batrouney

Beca Pty Ltd

PC01.02

'BETTER THAN A BUCKET' - COMMUNICATING WATER TO THE COMMUNITY USING SPATIAL SYSTEMS

Ruth Lara McKeown Mottee

Kellogg, Brown & Root Ptd Ltd

PC01.03

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Jean-Michel Benier Organisation Ecowise Environmental Topic

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Title ASSESSING ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS THROUGH STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION

Abstract No. PC01.04

Community consultation and working in the community Education/ communications for sustainable water mgt Education/ communications for sustainable water mgt

MOMENTS IN TIME: THE USE OF DIATOMS IN LONG-TERM BIOLOGICAL MONITORING PROGRAMS 'ALL GENERALISATIONS ARE FALSE'.UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE (CALD) AUDIENCE NEEDS IN DEVELOPING WATER EDUCATION STRATEGIES 'SIMPLIFYING MEANS TO TAKE OUT THE UNECESSARY'. USING COMMUNITY FEEDBACK TO SHAPE METROPOLITAN WATER PLAN COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE - HOW EARLY APPROVALS AND SIGNIFICANT PROJECT STATUS CONTRIBUTED TO THE TEAMS PERFORMANCE ON THE GROUND ACOUSTIC METHOD FOR DETERMINING REMAINING PIPE WALL THICKNESS IN ASBESTOS CEMENT AND FERROUS PIPES ASSET MANAGEMENT OF THE SOMERSBY WTP SEDIMENTATION TANKS AND TRAVELLING BRIDGES LIFECYCLE ASSET MANAGEMENT GETTING OUR HANDS DIRTY IN SYSTEM PLANNING

Jean-Michel Benier

Ecowise Environmental

PC02.02

Andy Moore

Sydney Water

PC02.03

Andy Moore

Sydney Water

Education/ communications for sustainable water mgt Skills and capacity in the water industry

PC02.04

Phillip Hawes

AECOM

PC03.01

Stuart Stapely

Urban Water Solutions

Asset management

PD01.01

Ben Eccles

URS Australia Pty Ltd

Asset management

PD01.02

Richard Simon Savage Waite Kate Langdon Jun Guo

WorleyParsons Pty Ltd

Asset management

PD01.03

SURVEY OF SELECTED ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS IN AUSTRALIAN BIOSOLIDS RECOVERY OF NUTRIENTS FROM ANAEROBIC SLUDGE DIGESTION SUPERNATANT USING MG-RICH WASTE MATERIAL THERMAL DRYER AT BALLARAT NORTH WATER RECLAMATION PLANT THE IMPACT OF RELEASED TRACE IONS FROM IRON CORROSION ON DOSED COPPER AGAINST NITRIFICATION IN BULK WATERS CHLORINE DECAY MODELING IN WATERS AT HIGH WATER TEMPERATURE

University of Adelaide RMIT University

Biosolids management Biosolids management

PD02.01 PD02.02

Brian Lam Weixi Zhan

United Group Infrastructure

Biosolids management Distribution systems

PD02.03 PD04.01

Ahmad Jabari Kohpaei

Curtin University of Technology

Distribution systems

PD04.02

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Matthew Brannock Organisation WorleyParsons Topic Infrastructure operations

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Title DESIGN, OPTIMISATION & PROBLEM-DIAGNOSIS OF WATER & WASTEWATER SYSTEMS USING COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS THE DOWNS AND UPS OF EXTENDED INVERTED SYPHONS IN THE PRIORITY SEWERAGE PROGRAM SUGARLOF PIPELINE: SUSTAINABLY SECURING MELBOURNE WATER'S SUPPLY SURGE ANALYSIS FOR GOLD COAST WATER SOUTHERN REGION POTABLE WATER NETWORK TRANSIENT IMPACTS ON LARGE PIPELINES PUTTING REDUNDANT INFRASTRUCTURE TO NEW USE. A CASE STUDY DEVELOPING SYSTEM PROCESSES TO PRODUCE QUALITY AND RELIABLE HYDRAULIC MODELS

Abstract No. PD05.01

Ciara Kennedy

MWH

Infrastructure operations

PD05.02

Nicole Teo Kanthavanam Subramaniam

Sugarloaf Pipeline Alliance Gold Coast Water

Infrastructure operations Infrastructure operations

PD05.03 PD05.06

Yestin Hughes Henry Mallia Romer Jahan Cantos Roshni Saviz Gharavi

Kellogg Brown and Root Pty Ltd AECOM Australia Gold Coast Water

Infrastructure operations Infrastructure operations Infrastructure planning

PD05.07 PD05.08 PD06.01

EVALUATION OF TRANSIENT FLOW CONDITIONS OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE: A ROAD MAP FOR IMPROVED DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION OF THE QUEENSLAND WATER FLUORIDATION REGULATION 2008

MWH

Infrastructure planning

PD06.02

Kate Lynne Lanskey Dixon Kay White

Beca

Infrastructure planning

PD06.04

INFORMATION NEEDS FOR POTABLE REUSE: A DESK TOP STUDY FOR GOSFORD CITY COUNCIL PROJECT SUSTAINABILITY INDEX - DRIVING SUSTAINABILITY IN THE STAPS ALLIANCE REAL WORLD PLANNING IN A VIRTUAL REALITY ENVIRONMENT PROCESS PROVING AND OPTIMISATION OF INLET WORKS BIOFILTER ODOUR CONTROL FACILITY AT EASTERN TREATMENT PLANT

SMEC Australia

Infrastructure planning

PD06.05

Erin Musk

Beca

Infrastructure planning

PD06.06

Andrew Kasmarik Annmarie Tracey

Sydney Water Melbourne Water

Infrastructure planning Odour management

PD06.07 PD08.01

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Chun yi Yuan Organisation RMIT university Topic Odour management

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Title IMPACT OF DROUGHT AND WATER CONSERVATION ON SEWER SYSTEMS: SEWAGE CHARACTERISTICS AND H2S GENERATION CAUSTIC SODA CLEANING OF SEWER PRESSURE MAIN

Abstract No. PD08.02

Jack Ian O'Gorman Purssell Matthew Macdonald Rahul Yogesh Chhillar Gokhale Hendrik van Rhijn

Sydney Water

Odour management

PD08.02

DESIGN CHALLENGES OF THE SUGARLOAF PIPELINE CHALLENGES FACED IN DELIVERING WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES FOR THE HUNTER REGION

Sinclair Knight Merz Hunter Water Corporation

Project delivery and procurement Project delivery and procurement

PD09.01 PD09.03

TRACKING THE RISK PROFILE AND CONTINGENCY ALLOWANCE OF A WATER PROJECT IN NSW THROUGH THE PROJECT LIFE CYCLE. ASSESSMENT OF BEST PRACTICE TRADE WASTE MANAGEMENT FROM SINK TO SINK - MANAGING CHEMICALS FOR WATER REUSE NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN WATER TECHNOLOGY TO MEET CURRENT NEEDS IN WATER SECURITY, SUSTAINABILITY AND EFFICIENCY REUSE OF SEWAGE EFFLUENT AT DELTA ELECTRICITYS VALES POINT POWER STATION MODELING SALT REMOVAL PERFORMANCE OF CAPACITIVE DEIONIZATION(CDI) ELECTRODE FOR DESALINATION AN EVALUATION ON NANOFILTRATION FOR DRINKING WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT IN IRAN NANOFILTRATION AND REVERSE OSMOSIS COMBINE TO TREAT AN INTRACTABLE INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER REMOVAL OF MELANOIDINS FROM AN INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER

Evans and Peck

Project delivery and procurement

PD09.04

Nicholas Milne Janet Cumming Jonathan Clement

Victoria University Smart Water Research Facility Black & Veatch

Trade waste and source control Trade waste and source control Water and wastewater treatment processes Water and wastewater treatment processes

PD11.01 PD11.02 PD12.01

Huanfei Jia

PD12.02

Byong Guk Jeon

KAIST

Water and wastewater treatment processes

PD12.03

Mojtaba Fazeli

Power and Water University of Technology Water and wastewater treatment (PWUT) processes Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia Pty Limited WWTP: Industrial wastewater treatment

PD12.04

Geoffrey Frost

PD13.01

Felicity Roddick

RMIT University

WWTP: Industrial wastewater treatment

PD13.02

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Anthony Wachinski Organisation Pall Corporation Topic WWTP: Membrane bioreactors

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Title DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF BROKEN FIBERS IN LOW PRESSURE POLYMERIC HOLLOW FIBER MEMBRANE SYSTEMS

Abstract No. PD14.01

MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR DESIGN FOR LOW POWER CONSUMPTION THE STORM FLOW DECANTED MBR CONCEPT LOW TEMPERATURE SYNTHESIS OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE COATINGS ON PVDF MEMBRANE APPLICATION OF CERAMIC MEMBRANES AND NOVEL OZONE CLEANING FOR REUSE OF SECONDARY EFFLUENT IN MELBOURNE DESIGN, VALIDATION, PERFORMANCE AND COSTING OF PRESSURIZED MF AND UF MEMBRANES FOR RECYCLED WATER IN AUSTRALIA INSTALLATION AND PERFORMANCE OF 16 INCH DIAMETER REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES AT THE QUEENSLAND NICKEL WATER RECYCLING FACILITY USE OF PROCESS SIMULATIONS: REDUCING THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH OPTIMISATION GRIT REMOVAL/SEPARATION/DISPOSAL-THE OFT FORGOTTEN UNIT PROCESS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF A LARGE ADVANCED TERTIARY TREATMENT PLANT AT THE EASTERN TREATMENT PLANT

Anthony Wachinski Justin Watts Mega Ng

Pall Corporation

WWTP: Membrane bioreactors WWTP: Membrane bioreactors WWTP: Membranes for water reuse

PD14.03 PD14.04 PD15.01

Bo Zhu

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY

WWTP: Membranes for water reuse

PD15.02

Scott Caothien

Pall Water Processing

WWTP: Membranes for water reuse

PD15.03

Paul Bertolucci

United Utilities Australia Pty Ltd

WWTP: Membranes for water reuse

PD15.04

Susan Kitching

MWH

WWTP: Modelling wastewater treatment

PD16.01

Pahvai Raveenthiran

Brisbane City Council

WWTP: Wastewater treatment/BNR

PD17.01

Alastair Michael McNeil Katalinich Sam Morse

Black & Veatch

WWTP: Wastewater treatment/BNR

PD17.02

OPTIMISATION OPTIONS FOR PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN ADVANCE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS: ASSESSMENT OF PROCESS PERFORMANCE, COMPATIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY MODIFICATION OF THE IDEA PROCESS AT AURORA STP TO ENHANCE NITROGEN REMOVAL ANALYSIS AND OCCURRENCE OF EMERGING DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS

Veolia Water Australia

WWTP: Wastewater treatment/BNR

PD17.03

Henry Mallia

AECOM Australia

WWTP: Wastewater treatment/BNR

PD17.04

Ina Kristiana

Curtin Water Quality Research Centre

WWTP: Water quality management

PD18.01

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter Ina Kristiana Ahmad Jabari Kohpaei Curtin University of Technology WWTP: Water quality management Organisation Topic

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Title ASSOCIATED WITH CANCER EFFECT OF KNOWN DISSOLVED ORGANIC NITROGEN ADDITION ON CHLORINE DECAY PROFILE OF A SURFACE WATER AND ITS IMPLICATIONS OPTIMAL WATER QUALITY TO MINIMISE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM PROBLEMS

Abstract No.

PD18.02

Rolando Fabris

Australian Water Quality Centre, SA Water WWTP: Water quality management Corp. Australian Water Quality Centre, SA Water WWTP: Water quality management Corporation Pall Corporation WWTP: Water reuse technology

PD18.03

LABORATORY TOOLS TO SIMULATE GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON (GAC) ADSORPTION OF CYANOBACTERIAL METABOLITES SILT DENSITY INDEX (SDI) IMPLICATIONS IN ASTM METHOD SELECTION FOR WASTE WATER REUSE?

Lionel Ho

PD18.04

Anthony Wachinski

PD19.01

WATER REUSE SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS UV-BASED OXIDATION PROCESS FOR ENHANCEMENT OF THE BIODEGRADABILITY OF REVERSE OSMOSIS CONCENTRATE PLANT TRIAL OF NDMA REDUCTION STRATEGIES AN ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESS TREATMENT RIG FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER STATISTICAL MODELING OF THE TREATMENT PROCESSES OF A SHALLOW DEPTH SETTLING WATER TREATMENT PLANT EFFECTS OF POLYMER FLOCCULATION UPON SLUDGE DEWATERING IN POTABLE WATER TREATMENT INNOVATIVE POWDERED ACTIVATED CARBON DOSING SYSTEM TO MINIMISE DUST EMISSIONS

Gabriel Kicsi Felicity Roddick

GE Water & Process Technologies RMIT University

WWTP: Water reuse technology WWTP: Water reuse technology

PD19.02 PD19.03

Jim Morran Caroline Taylor

Australian Water Quality Centre Curtin Water Quality Research Centre

WWTP: Water reuse technology WWTP: Water treatment

PD19.04 PD20.01

Alaa Hussein

Babylon University

WWTP: Water treatment

PD20.02

David Verrelli

The University of Melbourne

WWTP: Water treatment

PD20.03

Jason John West Knoblauch FOLASADE ADEYEMO

SA Water

WWTP: Water treatment

PD20.04

EFFICIENCY OF ROUGHING FILTER FOR REMOVING HEAVY METALS IN URBAN STORMWATER

TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY WWTP: Water treatment

PD20.05

Australian Water Association

OZWATER '10 POSTER PROGRAM


Updated Tue 8 December 09 at 10:17:46 Presenter FOLASADE ADEYEMO Stuart Stapely Kirsten Stuart Webb Cosgriff Peter Taylor Urban Water Solutions Clayton Utz Urban water reforms Urban water reforms Organisation Topic

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Title EFFICIENCY OF ROUGHING FILTER FOR REMOVING HEAVY METALS IN URBAN STORMWATER FURTHERING PRESSURE MANAGEMENT POLICY URBAN WATER REGULATORY REFORM: WHAT HAVE WE DONE TO PROMOTE COMPETITION AND WHAT HAS IT ACHIEVED?

Abstract No.

PE03.01 PE03.02

WATERML2.0 - A STANDARD FOR WATER OBSERVATIONS DATA

CSIRO

Water accounting quality and quantity

PE04.01