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Senior Vice President and Fellow – Global Water Business
Ph.D., Civil (Environmental) Engineering, 1984, Colorado State University M.S., Civil (Environmental) Engineering, 1974, University of Wyoming B.S., Electrical (Bio-medical) Engineering, 1972, University of Wyoming
Overview of Work Experience
1984 to Present, CH2M HILL, Denver, Colorado; Fellow and Senior Vice President - Dr. Bellamy is currently a Fellow and Senior Vice President of Water Technologies at CH2M HILL, one of the largest water and wastewater engineering companies in the United States. He provides leadership and direction for the water business and application of technologies worldwide. As a technology leader for CH2M HILL, he has assisted in delivering over $4 billion in engineering services including studies, designs, construction, and operations. Approximately $15 million of this work has been in studies and research for associations and agencies such as the American Water Works Association (AWWA), Water Research Foundation (WaterRF), U.S. EPA, and public and private utilities. In addition, he assists in regulatory development and maintains academic ties with 3 universities. The following are typical activities for the past 30 years: − Managing and participating in over 150 studies, designs, and construction activities of water resource and treatment facilities, wastewater and reuse facilities, and hazardous waste reclamation and treatment facilities. Obtaining and supervising over 50 research grants and projects Maintain membership and take an active role in professional societies, universities, and regulatory organizations. Develop and implementing new technologies as well as conduct internal and external training courses necessary to communicate these technologies.
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1980 to 1984, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado; Research Assistant – Competed Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering specialty). Served as a research assistant supervising a USEPA grant studying water treatment; results provide a basis for drinking water regulatory requirements included in the Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR). 1978 to 1980, ARAMCO Inc., Dhahran, Saudi Arabia; Senior Environmental Engineer – Senior planner for oil distribution and marine facilities as well as project manager for various water, wastewater, and reuse projects. Project responsibilities included the development of designs and operating plans for RO treatment, seawater filtration, non-potable reuse, and assisting with the development of a new 5,000-person community. Served as the emergency response engineer for environmental incidences such as well fires and pipeline brakes. 1974 to 1978, Texaco, Inc., Port Arthur, Texas; Senior Process Engineer – Process engineering duties included technical supervisor of the wastewater treatment facility, and hazardous waste treatment and reclamation facility. Design, construction, and operations duties included hazardous and nonhazardous waste reclamation and landfill disposal facilities. Certified as a wastewater treatment operator by the State of Texas.
Research Grants and Projects
Participation in research grants and projects include grant procurement and management as principle investigator (PI) or in a significant participatory role. The following research grants and projects have a combined value of over $3 million. In addition, more than $15 million in applied research projects is listed in the next section. − Senior advisor for the study of biological treatment for removal of nitrate including two types of heterotrophic reactors and one autotrophic reactor using hydrogen as the energy source, Water Research Foundation ($450,000). Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventor Guidance, Specialty Protocol Development, and Management Strategies for Water Utilities, Senior Advisor and co-author, WRF ($75,000) Treatability of Algal Toxins Using Oxidation, Adsorption, and Membrane Technologies, CoPrinciple Investigator, AwwaRF and Saint Johns Water Quality District, FL, ($600,000) Ultraviolet Light Disinfection of Surface Waters, Co-Principal Investigator, with AwwaRF and City of Winnipeg ($750,000) Surrogate Indicators for Treatment Plant Evaluations, Co-Principal Investigator, AwwaRF ($250,000) Full-Scale Ozone Contactor Evaluations, Principal Investigator, AwwaRF ($325,000) Backwash Waste Recycle Impacts of Potable Water Treatment Efficiency, Co-Principal Investigator, AwwaRF ($75,000) Implementation of the Integrated Disinfection Design Framework, Co-Principal Investigator, AwwaRF ($188,000) Addressing Operational Impacts of Enhanced Coagulation/Enhanced Softening, CoPrincipal Investigator, AWWA and AwwaRF, ($60,000) Integrated Disinfection Design Framework (IDDF), Principal Investigator, AwwaRF ($30,000) Capital Planning Strategy Manual, Contributing Author, AwwaRF ($277,000) Giardia Treatment Efficiency of Slow Sand Filtration, U.S. EPA project conducted at Colorado State University, Project Engineer ($250,000) Giardia Treatment Efficiency of Diatomaceous Earth Filtration, U.S. EPA project conducted at Colorado State University, Project Engineer ($250,000) Atmospheric Monitoring and Data Analysis of Hydrogen Sulfide, State of Wyoming project, University of Wyoming, Principal Investigator, State of Wyoming ($20,000)
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Applications Research for Utilities and Municipalities
The following partial list includes municipal and industry research activities. Leadership or significant participation was provided for the study of innovative engineering applications, ranging in expenditures from $50,000 to greater than $3 million per project; totaling over $15 million. These research projects have resulted in the development of a number of new treatment technologies and significant reduction in capital and operating costs. Each of these investigations resulted in a research report and most were followed by the design and implementation of treatment facilities: • • • • • • • • • • ACTEW (Canberra) Australia Albuquerque, NM Ann Arbor, MI Aramco Inc, Saudi Arabia Aurora, CO Barrow, AK Big Bend Water District, NV Brisbane Australia Calgary, Alberta, Canada Central Wyoming Joint Powers Board, Casper, • • • • • • • • Los Angeles Water & Power, CA Mass. Water Resources Authority, Boston, MA Melbourne, FL Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, CA Milwaukee, WI Orlando Utility Commission, Orlando, FL San Francisco, CA Southern Nevada Water Authority, NV
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WY Chalk Bluff Water Treatment Plant, Reno, NV Company General, Nuelle, France Detroit, MI East Bay Municipal Utilities District, CA El Paso, TX Englewood, FL Fort Collins, CO Glendale AZ Henderson, NV Irvine Ranch, CA Long Beach, CA
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St. Johns Water Authority, FL Sydney, Australia Texaco, Port Arthur, TX Tulsa, OK Valdosta, GA Westminster, CO Winnipeg, Canada
Appointments to Professional Committees and Organizations
− − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − − Drinking Water Subcommittee, Board of Scientific Counselors (BOSC), to USEPA, 2010 to present Science Advisory Board, USEPA, Homeland Security Advisory Committee 2005 to present Advisory Board, College of Environmental Policy and Management, University of Denver 2004 - 2007 National Advisory Board, University of Wyoming, College of Engineering 2002 - present Adjunct Professor Colorado State University 1997 - present International Experts Committee, Sydney Water Corporation 1999 and 2003, Sydney, Australia National Drinking Water Advisory Council, USEPA, 1998 to 2000 AWWA and EPA National Working Group on UV Disinfection Protocol Development, 2001 U.S. EPA appointment to National Drinking Water Advisory Committee, Working Group on Research Prioritization, 2000 Expert Panel Water Security Monitoring, Water Quality Technology Conference, 2002 Adjunct Professor, University of Colorado, 1994 to 1999 Co-chairman of AwwaRF and EPA’s experts workshop on Microbial and Disinfection Byproduct Research Needs, 1999 AWWA Working Committee on Filter Backwash Rule, 1999 U.S. EPA National Drinking Water Advisory Committee, working group on Water Treatment Plant Operator Certification, 1998 CH2MHILL Denver Fund Raising Committee Leader, Water For People, 2002 to present Technical Committee member for EPA and AwwaRF Disinfection and Disinfection Byproducts Council, 1997 to 2002 Committee for the National Program, Partnership for Safe Water, 1997 Chairman Blue Ribbon Expert Panel, Impacts of Recreation on Drinking Water Supplies, Metropolitan Water District Southern California, 1995 Co-chairman for AwwaRF and EPA Research Prioritization, 1996 Member of 4 Project Advisory Committees for Awwa Research Foundation Peer Review Committee for EPA Cincinnati Disinfection and Disinfection Byproduct Research Review and Prioritization, 1989 Peer Review Committee for the State of California Implementation Requirements for the Surface Water Treatment Rule, 1988
− − Engineering Hall of Fame, University of Wyoming, 2005 Outstanding Engineering Alumnus, University of Wyoming, 2001
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EPA award of recognition for Outstanding Contribution to the National Drinking Water Advisory Committee, 2000 Best Paper of the Year 1994 by AWWA Water Quality Division, Assessing Water Treatment Plant Performance. AWWA Journal. 85:12. December 1993 Selected as best paper AWWA Tennessee/Kentucky Section, September 1991, Controlling Disinfection Byproducts, Flexibility by Design
Regulatory involvement includes policy advice, development, and interpretation of drinking water regulations and guidance. The following list includes representative regulatory activities: − − − − − − − − Drinking Water Subcommittee, Board of Scientific Counselors (BOSC), to USEPA, 2010 to present Past member of the EPA's National Drinking Water Advisory Council Operator Certification Working Group, National Drinking Water Advisory Council Assisted the State of California develop their Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR) Served on numerous national technical committees for the EPA, AWWA, and AwwaRF (see above) Development of the Integrated Disinfection Design Framework for compliance with new surface water treatment regulations Slow sand filtration and diatomaceous earth filtration guidance for the Surface Water Treatment Rule Guidance Manual Assist in development of protocols to provide information necessary to implement new technologies (e.g., permission for biological filtration from the State of Michigan, permission for high rate filtration from the State of Nevada, approval of dual membrane treatment from the State of Alaska, and UV disinfection of surface waters in Washington, Nevada, and Georgia).
Representative Engineering Studies, Designs, and Construction Activities
The following is representative of involvement in over 150 projects. The total value of these projects exceeds $3 billion. Potable Water Studies and Designs − Co-author for the Guidance for Reporting GHG Emissions for Water Utilities, AwwaRF Project 4156, which CH2M HILL is preparing as part of a tailored collaboration with California Urban Water Agencies and Santa Clara Valley Water District. It will allow sector benchmarking and enable an understanding of water utility-specific green house gas inventory issues. (2008 – 2009) − Senior Review Engineer for the Water Research foundation project studying biological treatment for removal of nitrate. Study included two types of heterotrophic reactors and 1 autotrophic reactor using hydrogen as the energy source and considered sustainability aspects (GHG, brine, chemicals, etc) in comparison and process selection. (2007 – 2009) − Lead consulting engineer for the preliminary design, build, and operate, 100 mgd membrane water treatment plant for San Diego County Water Authority. Process train included, direct membrane filtration, ozone, BAC filtration. (2005 to present) − Senior Project Advisor and Consultant for the Southern Nevada Water Authority disinfection byproducts study, including advise and direction on regulations, decision making techniques, and technologies. − Senior consultant for the study, design, and construction of Glendale Arizona’s 10 mgd groundwater nitrate ion exchange (IX) treatment plant. (2007 – present) − Senior consultant for the study and conceptual development of upgrade and expansion to the 140 mgd San Francisco Harry Tracy WTP (2006 – 2007)
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Senior consultant for the Sothern Nevada Water Authority study and design of mussel control facilities (2007) Expert panel member for Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s scenario planning exercise, to evaluate potential future changes in water, regulations, climate change, and recommend immediate and future water supply and treatment concepts (2007 -2008) Lead technologist for the development of 1.5 mgd RO water treatment plant for Tsunami relief in Banda Aceh, Indonesia (2005) Managing Engineer for the $2.2 billion (Public Works and Water) Iraqi reconstruction program. Responsible for the program management of approximately 40 water, 15 wastewater, and 10 water resource projects throughout Iraq. (2004 – 2005) Project Director for design of 100 mgd water treatment plant, presedimentation, enhanced coagulation, ballasted clarification, ozone, GAC filtration, Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Authority, NM. (2002-2004). Lead consultant for continued operational support (2005 – 2010). Project won Grand Prize – Design AAEE 2010 Senior consultant and lead process engineer for the design of 120 mgd UV disinfection system for the City of Winnipeg, Canada, as well as the conceptual design of the advanced water treatment plant consisting of enhanced coagulation, DAF, ozone, GAC filtration, UV. (1992-2005) Senior technologist for the 200 mgd conceptual design for the City of Cincinnati UV disinfection system. (2002-2004) Senior technologist for the design of the 180 mgd ozone and UV disinfection facilities for Seattle Public Utilities (1999-2002) Senior consultant for the development of distribution system early warning system, City of Anaheim, CA (2002) Senior consultant for the study and design of water treatment facilities including UV for the City of Henderson, NV (1999-2002) Senior process engineer for the study and design of 50 mgd UV system for Lake Bluff, Ill, WTP. (1999-2002) Senior consultant for the planning and design of 3 UV drinking water UV systems for Clayton County Georgia (1999-2001) Senior Technologist for Colorado Springs Utilities 50 expandable to 180 mgd water treatment plant - softening, ozone, GAC filtration, Colorado Springs, CO (2002-2004) Senior Technologist for 30 mgd arsenic water treatment plant, enhanced coagulation, clarification, filtration, El Paso, TX (2002-2004) Project engineer on AwwaRF study Arsenic Residuals Treatment and Disposal. Senior consultant for the upgrade and expansion of the 20 mgd water treatment plant; enhanced coagulation, ballasted clarification, ozone, biofilters, Melbourne, FL Lead process engineer for the development of the 20-mgd Waikato water treatment plant for Auckland, NZ, design/build of enhanced coagulation, membrane filtration, GAC adsorption. Senior consultant for the study, design and construction of ozone facilities and water treatment plant upgrades for the 50-mgd Ann Arbor Water Treatment Plant, MI, including post retrofit of GAC for filter media Lead process engineer for development of a 20-mgd design/build Water Treatment Plant for Halifax, Nova Scotia Senior process engineer for evaluation and design criteria development for the 150-mgd Southern Nevada Water Authority Water Treatment Plant. Project manager for the evaluation and recommendations for improvements to Sydney, Australia water treatment facilities following their Cryptosporidium incident Assisted the City of Milwaukee, WI during and after the Cryptosporidium outbreak, and assisted in developing technical and managerial approaches to reducing the risk of a repeat occurrence
Development and design of coagulation, filter, chemical systems, rapid mix, and flocculator upgrades to the 100 mgd Howard Avenue Water Treatment Plant and the 250-mgd Lynnwood Water Treatment Plant, Milwaukee, WI − Predesign and design of ozone facilities, new chemical facilities, and clarifier modifications retrofitted into the existing 60-mgd and 90-mgd conventional treatment plants for the East Bay Municipal Utilities District of Oakland, CA − Evaluation of ozone and enhanced coagulation, as well as the design and renovation of the rapid mix, coagulation, flocculation, and sedimentation systems for the 90-mgd A.B. Jewell Water Treatment Plant, Tulsa, OK − Corrosion studies for Detroit, MI; Winnipeg, Canada; Pinery Water District, CO; and Kearney, NE − Pilot studies, full-scale investigations, and conceptual design for improvements to and expansion of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's 400-mgd Joseph Jensen Filtration Plant followed by similar reports for the upgrade of 1.2 billion gallons per day of water treatment facilities − Senior consultant for the evaluation of bank filtration for Kearney NB and Casper WY − Evaluation of treatment options for a proposed 400 mgd water treatment plant including inline and direct filtration, contact adsorption clarification, enhanced coagulation, dissolved air flotation, granular activation carbon, and ozone for Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, Boston, MA − Investigation and conceptual design of a 60-mgd water treatment facility for Sidney, Australia − Design of 168 mgd of biological activated carbon filters for the City of Pusan, Korea − Development and design of new disinfection facilities for the Denver Water Board, Denver, CO Water Reuse − Senior Technical Consultant Masdar City Development – Carbon Neutral City, Abu Dhabi. Senior technical consultant for the wastewater, water, and reuse system being designed and built into a new 90,000 person community, being designed with zero carbon footprint. Design includes 75% reduction in water treatment and energy needs. Duties include assisting with the development of a dynamic simulation model that links power (GHG), water, waste management in a sustainability model. (2006 – 2009) − Technical Director, ACTEW Advance Water Treatment Plant. Project includes the study, design, and construction of an 8 expandable to 50 ML/d advanced treatment plant located at the Lower Molonglo WWTP, in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Canberra Australia. The facility is being developed to reduce salt, zero liquid discharge, and provide indirect potable water quality. Involvement includes, providing leadership and advise on sustainability (triple bottom line) assessments of needs, provide process selection, and program direction. (2006 – 2008) − Senior Project Consultant, Luggage Point Advance Treatment Plant, Brisbane, Australia. Director of technology for the integration and development of staff, treatment process, design, and start-up of the advance treatment plant. The 70 ML/d plant treats WWTP effluent to indirect potable water standards. Design included sustainability assessments (Economics, Environment, Community) to assist in selecting and designing treatment process. (2005 – 2008) − Technical consultant for the development of the 50 mgd Aurora Prairie Waters project for indirect potable use − Planning and process design of a 12-mgd reuse facility for irrigation Irvine, CA − Pilot study and design of a 4-mgd landscape irrigation facility, Santa Barbara, CA − Planning, study, and facility concept development for a three-community reuse program in Saudi Arabia. −
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Conceptual design of trunk line sewer for Baghdad reconstruction, 2 meter diameter, 15 km, program management for cleaning and refurbishment of major sewer trunk lines and pump stations, as well as trunk sewer and treatment for Falluja Conceptual design and development of a 401 Permit for a 400-mgd municipal wastewater treatment plant for the City of Los Angeles, CA Design for a 24-mgd activated sludge plant, Texaco, Port Arthur, TX Design of a 12-mgd municipal lagoon wastewater treatment facility, Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia Design of API oil/water separators, acid treatment, dissolved air flotation, induced air flotation, centrifuge, and filtration facilities, Texaco, Port Arthur, TX Construction inspector and operations engineer for a 24-mgd activated sludge plant, Texaco, Port Arthur, TX Construction inspector and operations engineer for a 5-mgd chemical/physical/biological industrial wastewater treatment plant, Texaco, Port Arthur, TX Conceptual design development for a 7-mgd activated sludge treatment plant expansion, San Clemente, CA
Water Resources − Watershed modeling and sustainability assessment for total water management study, and salt management evaluation and recommendations for ACTEW, Canberra, Australia − Managing engineer for the assessment of irrigation system improvements at 10 sites in Iraq − Project engineer for the development of the Basra Iraq water resource master plan − Senior consultant for design and delivery of decision process for selection of water source and location of new water supply for City of Longmont CO, to include consideration of water rights, public acceptance, water assurance, and public health protection. − Project manager for the review of water resources and water quality for Sydney Water Company − Senior project engineer for the development of a water source, quality, storage, and treatment decision process for the City of Aurora CO. − Project manager for assessing opportunities to enhance the City of Irvine CA. water supply through reuse and non-potable water sources. − Project manager for the assessment of alternative water sources for the City of Santa Barbara CA, including consideration of wastewater reuse, non-potable sources, sea water desalination, brackish water desalination. Hazardous Materials and Waste Treatment − Evaluation of advanced oxidation procedures for treatment of synthetic organics in groundwater, Southern CA − Evaluation and final design of an advanced oxidation facility to treat chlorinated organics in groundwater, Seattle, WA − Designer of secondary containment and monitoring system for an underground hazardous waste storage tank, Irvine, CA − Oversight of Superfund projects tasked with cleanup of large-scale groundwater contamination, Tucson, AZ Air Quality − Development of greenhouse gas protocol for Water Utilities WRF (see above) − Design of a fixed ambient air-quality monitoring system for the State of Wyoming − Conducted air quality modeling for Texaco refineries and chemical facilities, nationwide − Design and operations engineer of a fixed source monitoring and reporting system Texaco, Port Arthur, TX
Certified to conduct opacity surveys and conducted compliance monitoring for stack emissions
Membership in Professional Organizations
− − − − − − − − − − − American Water Works Association American Society of Civil Engineers Water Research Foundation Water Environment Federation National Society of Professional Engineers International UV Association International Ozone Association (past Director) International Water Association California 1984, No. 39008 Texas 1979, No. 46918 (in suspense) Wyoming 1984, No. 4776 (in suspense)
Professional Engineering Registrations
Publications and Presentations
Peer Reviewed Publications (* lead author) Biological and Ion Exchange Nitrate Removal Evaluation, Water Research Foundation, 2010 Treating Algal Toxins Using Oxidation, Adsorption, and Membrane Technologies, Water Research Foundation, April 2010 Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventory and Management Strategy Guidelines for Water Utilities, Water Research Foundation, November 2009. UV Disinfection and Disinfection By-Product Characteristics of Unfiltered Water, Awwa Research Foundation, November 2004. Application of the proposed UVDGM requirements to an existing UV disinfection installation, Journal AWWA, October 2004. The Impact of Chemical Sequencing on Filtration Performance. IWA Publishing June 2004. Capital Planning Strategy Manual. IWA Publishing October, 2003. Use of a Mass Balance Model to Develop Guidelines for Treatment Plant Recycle Streams, Water Science & Technology: Water Supply 1:4 2001. The Integrated Disinfection Design Framework Approach to Reactor Hydraulics Characterization, Journal Water Supply Research & Technology, AQUA, 50: 245-261, 2001. Impacts of Backwash on Water Treatment Plant Operations, AWWA Research Foundation, January 2001. Pilot Testing with the End in Mind, Journal AWWA, May 2001. Determining Disinfection Needs*, JOURNAL AWWA Vol. 92, No. 5 pp. 44–52 May, 2000. The Role of Mixing in Ozone Dissolution Systems, Journal International Ozone Association, August, 2000. Hydrodynamic Evaluation of a Turbine Ozone Contactor, Journal International Ozone Association, August, 2000. Secondary Impacts of Enhanced Coagulation, Journal AWWA 92:6:62. 2000. Surrogate Indicators of Treatment Plant Performance,* AWWA Research Foundation, November, 2000.
Using Surrogates to Improve Plant Performance, Journal AWWA 92:3 p 67-78, March 2000. Variability of Ozone Reaction Kinetics in Batch and Continuous Flow Reactors, Water Research, 33:9, June 1999. Integrated Disinfection Design Framework,* American Water Works Association publication No. 90739, 1998. Integrated Membrane Treatment in Alaska, Journal AWWA 89:10, October 1997. Pilot plant testing of dissolved air flotation for treating Boston's low-turbidity surface water supply. Water Science and Technology 31:3-4 1995. Full Scale Ozone Contactor Evaluation,* AWWA Research Foundation, 1994. Assessing Water Treatment Plant Performance.* AWWA Journal. 85:12. December 1993. (Awarded Best Paper of the Year 1994 by AWWA Water Quality Division) Inline Ozone Dissolution Demonstration Scale Evaluation.* Journal International Ozone Association, 13:5, 1991. Evaluation of Volatile Organic Compound Treatment by Advanced Oxidation for Drinking Water Application.* Research Journal WPCF, 63:2 March/April 1991. Ozone in Water Treatment: Application and Engineering. (Contributing Author) AWWA Research Foundation, Lewis Publishing, Inc., 1990. Diatomaceous Earth Filtration of Giardia Cysts and Other Substances. AWWA Journal. 78:1. January 1986. Slow Sand Filtration: Influences of Process Variables.* AWWA Journal. 77:12. December 1985. Removing Giardia Cysts with Slow Sand Filtration.* AWWA Journal. 77:2. February 1985. Contributions to Books On Line Instrumentation and Control for Water Treatment, AWWA Research Foundation, publication (in print), Lead author for 2 chapters, 2001. Slow Sand Filtration, ASCE Publication, Edited by Gary S. Logsdon, contributing author, 1991. Ozone in Water Treatment, Lewis Publishers, Edited by Bruno Langlis, David Reckhow, and Deborah Brink, Contributing author to four chapters, 1991. Manual of Design for Slow Sand Filtration, AwwaRF publication , Edited by David Hendricks, contributing author, 1991. Presentations and Publications A Sustainable Approach to Implementing Water Resource Projects, American Society of Civil Engineers, Fort Lauderdale FL, May 13 2011. Treating of Algal Toxins Using Oxidation, Adsorption, and Membrane Technologies, Water Research Foundation, Tulsa OK, June 5, 2011. Addressing water and energy in industrial and indirect potable reuse Water Efficiency 2011, Amman Jordan, IWA, USAID March 28 2011. Confronting Climate Change: An Early Analysis of Water and Wastewater Utility Adaptation Costs. AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, Savannah Georgia, November 14 2010. Integration Tools and Sustainability Implements: A Holistic Approach to Integrated Sustainability, Water Environment Federation, WEFTEC 2010, New Orleans, October 4, 2010.
Water vs. Energy and Greenhouse Gases: The Numbers that Tell the Tale, American Water Works Association, Annual Conf and Expositing, Chicago IL June 2010. Sustainability and Optimizing the Urban and Industrial Water Cycle. 6th Saudi International, WEPower, June 6th – 8th 2010. Water the New Oil, 2010 Sustainable Opportunities Summit, Denver CO March 3, 2010. Albuquerque’s Water Treatment Plant – Sustainability from Concept to Operations, Water Quality Technology Conference, Settle Washington, November 15, 2009. A Dialogue on Cities and Climate Change, The World Bank Sustainable Cities Conference, Washington DC, September 21-23, 2009 Sustainable Water Solutions, AWWA Michigan Conference, Traverse City MI, September 15, 2009. Alternative Treatment for Indirect Potable Reuse, 23rd Annual WateReuse Symposium, WateReuse Association, Dallas Texas, September 9, 2008. Treatment of Algal Toxins Using Oxidation, Absorption and Membrane Treatment, American Water Works Association, Annual Conf and Expositing 2008 Sustainable Policy Development for Water Management, 61st Annual Conference, Kansas Water Environment Association, Topeka Kansas, April 11-13, 2006 Emergency Response to Disasters, 3rd National Water Symposium, NAWC, Colorado Springs, Colorado, November 2005, Policy Development for Micro-Pollutants in Drinking, Reuse, and Wastewaters, 2005 Water Reuse Symposium, Water Reuse Association, Denver, Colorado, Sept. 19, 2005 Restoring Public Water Supply Systems In the Aftermath of Hurrican Katrina: A Preliminary Cost Estimate – AWWA Report, September 23, 2005 A UV Disinfection for the City of Winnipeg - A Unique Combination of Unfiltered and Filtered Water Supplie, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, Orlando FL, June 2004 Treatment of Algal Toxins Using Oxidation and Adsorption, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, Orlando FL, June 2004 Selecting The Right Approach to UV Validation Testing: Three Options and Lessons Learned, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, Orlando FL, June 2004 UV for Primary Disinfection and DBP Control for an Unfiltered Water Supply, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, Orlando FL, June 2004 UV Disinfection and DBP Characterization of an Unfiltered Water Supply, Water Quality Technology Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2003. Drought Impacts on Facility Planning for Public Utilities, ACEC conference, Crested Butte Colorado August 2003 Is UV a Silver Bullet?, Shedding Light on Ultraviolet (UV) Treatment, Awwa Research Foundation – Technology Transfer Conference, Anaheim, September 9, 2003 Regulatory Update (Drinking Water), Environmental Protection Magazine, September, 2003
Selecting The Right Approach to UV Validation Testing: Three Options and Lessons Learned,
Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, Anaheim, California, June 2003. On-Site Validation Testing at a Full-Scale UV Disinfection Facility, Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, Anaheim, California, June 2003.
Designing UV, Regulations and Application, Colorado State University Seminar Series, Fort Collins CO, April 2003. Operations Data from Henderson's Full Scale UV Facility, National WQTC, Seattle Washington, November 2002. Contract Documents and Administration, University of Wyoming Seminar Series, Laramie WY, October 2002 Defensible Environmental Decision Making, Colorado State University Seminar Series, Ft Collins CO, September 2002 Full Scale Application of Ozone and UV for Seattle Utilities, AWWA Cal Nevada Section Anaheim CA, August 2002. Practical Considerations for Design and Construction of a Full-Scale UV Disinfection System ." Conference Proceedings of the AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition. New Orleans, Louisiana. June 2002. Testing, Startup, and Optimization of Henderson’s Full-Scale UV Disinfection System Proceedings AWWA Annual Conference and Exhibition, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2002. Impact of Future Regulations on Water Industry, WQTC, Nashville TN, November 23 – 25, 2001 River Bank Filtration – Practitioners View, WQTC, Nashville TN, November 23 – 25, 2001 The Science Behind Achieving Approval of a Full-Scale UV Disinfection System, Proceedings WQTC, Nashville, Tennessee, November 2001. Achieving Regulatory Approval of UV Disinfection: The City of Henderson/Nevada State Health Division Approach, Conference Proceedings of the First International Congress on UV Technologies. International Ultraviolet Association. June 2001. Key Steps in Implementation and Approval of a Full Scale UV Disinfection Facility, presentation at the 2001 RMSAWWA/RMWEA Annual Conference at Angel Fire Resort, Angel Fire, NM, September 9-12, 2001. Compliance Strategies for Stage I and II DBPR: Four Case Studies, The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA), Advanced Drinking Water Technology Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, May 7-10, 2000. Treatment Plant Recycles, National Water Quality Technology Conference, Salt Lake City, November 2000. Membrane Treatment of Filter Backwash Water, City of Norfolk, Virginia, National Water Quality Technology Conference, Salt Lake City, November 2000. Monitoring - What Can We Learn About Microbial Water Quality?, National WQTC, Salt Lake City, November 2000. How to Get the Most Out of Your Planning, Studies, and Testing, Intermountain AWWA Annual Conference, Jackson Hole, WY, November 2000. Implementation of Drinking Water UV Disinfection in Henderson: Full-Scale Verification to Achieve UV Approval, California/Nevada AWWA Annual Conference, September 2000. Applying UV Disinfection for Surface Waters, New England AWWA Technical Conference, Boston, MA, September 2000. Pathogen Inactivation with UV, New Jersey AWWA Annual Conference, Providence, NJ, October 2000. How to Get the Most Out of Your Pilot Testing, Keep the End in Mind, Georgia/South Carolina AWWA Technical Conference, September 2000.
Use of Clarification and Flow Equalization for Treatment of Spent Filter Backwash Water, AWWA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 11, 2000. Evaluation of Filtration Performance Following High-Rate Microsand Ballasted Clarification, AWWA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 11, 2000. Designing Pilot Plants with the End in Mind, AWWA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 2000. Impact of Backwash Recycling on Water Treatment Plant Performance, Proceedings of the 2000 AWWA Annual Conference, Denver, CO, 2000. Assessment of Ultraviolet Technology for Water Disinfection, AWWA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 2000. Cryptosporidium Outbreaks at Milwaukee and Sydney, Integrated Facility and Planning Implications – Australian AWWA, September 1999. Biological Filtration Versus GAC Adsorption for Ozone DBP Removal, Water Quality Technology Conference, Tampa, Florida, November 2, 1999. Optimization of Ozonation for DBP and Microbial Control, IOA Pan Am Conference, Dearborn MI, August 24, 1999. The Role of Mixing in Ozone Dissolution Systems, IOA Pan Am Conference, Dearborn, MI, August 1999. Cryptosporidium Removal Using a Pulsed Blanket Clarifier, Microsand Ballasted Clarifier, and Dissolved Air Flotation in Treatment of a Highly Colored Florida Surface Water, Water Quality Technology Conference, Tampa, Florida, November 2, 1999. Implementation of the Integrated Disinfection Design Framework, Proceedings of the 1999 AWWA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 1999. The Relative Impact of Recycling on Process Performance, Proceedings of the 1999 AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, Tampa, FL. 1999. Application of Surrogate Measures to Improve Treatment Plant Performance, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, CO, November 1998. Secondary Impacts of Enhanced Coagulation, Proceedings of the 1998 AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference, San Diego, CA, 1998. Assessing the Limitations of Direct Filtration During Extreme Water Quality Events, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, CO, November 1998. Integrated Disinfection Design Framework, AWWA Research Foundation Technology Transfer Conference Research Solutions To Operational Problems, Portland, OR, August 7-8 1997. Effects of Dissolved Air Flotation on Water Quality and Filter Loading Rates. CIWEN - International Conference - Dissolved Air Flotation Technology in Water Treatment, London, UK, April 1997. Making the Most of Filtration, AWWA National Satellite Teleconference, March 13, 1997. Design and Performance of an Integrated Microfiltration/Nanofiltration Membrane Water Treatment Plant. AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition, Toronto, Canada. June 18-22, 1996. Pursuing A Natural Filtration Credit For A Groundwater Under the Direct Influence of Surface Water Case Study for Kearney, Nebraska. AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition, Toronto, Canada. June 1822, 1996. Filter Assessment, Optimization, Key to Safe Treatment System Performance, Water World, June, 1996. Dissolved Air Flotation vs Direct Filtration for a Low Turbidity, High Algae Surface Water, Water Quality Technology Conference, New Orleans, LA, November 11-15, 1995.
Optimization of Treatment Processes for Particle Removal, United Kingdom Water Industry Conference, Birmingham, England, September 28-29, 1995. Lower Arsenic MCL Impact on Residuals, 4th WEF/AWWA Joint Residuals/Biosolids Conference, Kansas City, MO, July 23-26, 1995. Granular Media Filtration for Particle Removal. AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition, Anaheim, CA, June 18-22, 1995. Particle Counts Shed New Light on Plant Performance, Presented at North Pacific AWWA Conference, Eugene, Oregon, May 1995. Preventing Waterborne Disease, AWWA National Satellite Teleconference, Presenter and Panelist, September 9, 1994. Full-Scale Ozone Contactor Evaluation, AWWA Research Foundation, Technology Transfer Conference, St. Louis, MO, August 18-19, 1994. Pilot Plant Testing of Dissolved Air Flotation for Treating Boston’s Low Turbidity Surface Water Supply, IAWQ/IWSA/AWWA Specialty Conference - Flotation Processes in Water and Sludge Treatment, Orlando, FL, October 1994. Promising Alternative Technologies, Association of State Drinking Water Administrators, Annual Conference, October 3-6, 1994. Conventional Treatment - Making the Filter Work, Association of State Drinking Water Administrators, Annual Conference, October 3-6, 1994. Particle Counting for Evaluating Treatment of Low Turbidity Waters, Presented at AWWA National Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 19, 1993 Full-Scale Evaluation of Ozone Contact Chambers for Disinfection by Ozone. International Ozone Association, Pan-American Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 1993. Minimizing Disinfection Byproducts While Meeting Disinfection Requirements. AWWA Distribution System Symposium, San Diego, CA, September 1993. Checklist for Cryptosporidium Removal and Plant Performance, AWWA Research Foundation Technology Transfer Conference, Chicago, IL, October 1993. Optimizing Water Treatment Plant Performance, American Water Works Association Technology Transfer Conference, Chicago, IL, October 1993. Full-Scale Ozone Contactor Design and Operating Considerations. Presented at AWWA National Conference, Vancouver, BC, June 19, 1992. Ozone and Other Alternate Disinfection Technologies. Presented at EPA Drinking Water Treatment Technology Transfer Workshop, Kansas City, MO, Feb. 19, 1992. Controlling Disinfection Byproducts, Flexibility by Design, (Selected as best paper) AWWA Tennessee/ Kentucky Section, September 1991. Opportunities for Implementing Water Reuse, Presented at AWWA Northwest Section Meeting, May 1991. Contacting Considerations for Disinfection with High-Concentration Ozone Gas, Presented at the International Ozone Association 10th Ozone World Congress, Monaco, March 1991. Selection of Gas Feed Techniques for Ozone Applications in the United States, Presented at the International Ozone Association 10th Ozone World Congress, Monaco, March 1991. An Operator's Guide to the Theory of Ozonation, Presented at AwwaRF Distribution System Symposium, Portland, Oregon, September 1990.
Applying Slow Sand Filtration to Meet Emerging Drinking Water Standards, Presented at ASCE National Conference, Washington, D.C., July 1990. Ozone Demonstration and Pilot Evaluation for Color Removal at Long Beach, Presented at AWWA National Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1990. Retrofitting Ozone Systems in Existing Plants, Presented at AWWA Sunday Seminar, AWWA National Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1990. Filtration Research for Giardia Control, Controlling Waterborne Giardiasis, ASCE, Gary S. Logsdon Editor, 1988. Piloting Requirements for Design of Slow Sand Filtration, AWWA Proceedings on Coagulation and Filtration, AWWA Annual Conference, June 14, 1987. Surrogate Indicators for Assessing Removal of Giardia Cysts, AWWA Proceedings, Water Quality Technology Conference, Denver, CO, December 3, 1984. Removal of Giardia Cysts by Filtration, ASCE Proceedings of the 1984 Specialty Conference, Environmental Engineering, Los Angeles, CA, June 1984. Filtration of Giardia Cysts and Other Substances, EPA Report 600152-84-114, September 1984. Giardia lamblia Removal by Slow Sand Filtration, AWWA Proceedings on Filtration, 103rd Annual Conference, American Water Works Association, June 1983. Design for Underground Tanks, Pollution Engineering, November 1986.
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• • Allen, Douglas C., Environmental Damages Valuation, Texpet-Ecuador Concession Area, September 2010. Bermeo, Jorge Sarmiento, Fishing implements and methods used in the oil-producing eastern region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Use of dynamite and barbasco as fishing methods., Expert Report, November 17, 2009. Barros, Gerardo P., Expert Report December 21, 2009. Cabrera, Richard Stalin Vega, Summary Report of Expert Examination, March 24, 2008. Cabrera, Richard Stalin Vega, Exhibit R., Evaluation of Costs of Supplying Water in the Province of Sucumbios and Orellana, Ecuador April 1, 2008. Connor, John A., Landazuri, Roberto; Response to Statements By Mr. Cabrera Regarding Alleged Imapcts to Water Resources in the Petroecuador-Texaco Concession Area, August 29, 2008. Facts About Drinking Water in the Former Petroecuador-Texpet Concession: Claims of Impacts by Petroleum Are False., February 17, 2010. Granja Letter (orally translated to me) Laraque, A., Ronchail, J., Conchonneau, G., Pombosa, R., Guyot, J.L.; Heterogeneous Distribution of Rainfall and Discharge Regimes in the Ecuadorian Amazon Basin , Journal of Hydrometeorology, American Meteorological Society, December 2007. Newell, C.J., Groundwater Conditions in the Former Petroecuador-Texaco Concession Area Oriente Region, Ecuador, September 9, 2010. O’Reilly, Krik T., Thorsen, Waverly; Impact of Crude Oil Weathering on the Calculated Effective Solubility of Aromatic Compounds: Evaluation of Soils from Ecuadorian Oil Fields, Soil and Sediment Contamination: an International Journal, June 11, 2010. Protal-Espol Laboratory, “Control of Physical-Chemical, Microbiological Analyses, in River Water: Tarakoa Napo River, Pompeya Napo River, Tarakoa Lake, Tarokoa River, Joya de los Sachas River, Jivino Rojo River, Cascales River, Aguas Blancas River, Mouth of the Dureno River, and/or the Dureno Ravine, Mouth of Tarakoa Lake, San Jorge Pompeya Napo River, from the Orellana Province”, Report prepared for Jorge Bermeo S., September 19-23, 2009 Scardina, Paola; Cost Associated with a Potable water System to Supply the Affected Population of the Concession Area of Ecuador, September 14, 2010. Zambrano, Nicolas Lozada, Sucombios Provincial Court of Justice, February 14, 2011. (Sentencia)
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