Participatory Engineering: Community Involvement to Maximize Benefits of Infrastructure Improvement in Vietnam
(No paper) Participatory engineering deals with the processes which link communities to the technological interventions which affect them. Examples of sustainable linkages abound in many...

City of Phoenix Water System Water Plan: Beyond the Year 2000
(No paper) System demands with the City of Phoenix water system are accommodated by utilization of water supplied from several different sources distributed through an interconnected system....

Del Webb's Innovative Approach to Master-Planned Community Development
(No paper) The Del Webb Corporation is currently building a master planned development on the northern edge of Maricopa County. The development plan includes a water campus housing a water...

Retrofitting CSO Infrastructure in New Haven, Connecticut
(No paper) The City of New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority operates a wastewater collection and treatment system which serves over 130,000 residents in the cities of New Haven,...

Dynamic Groundwater Remediation Design with Genetic Algorithms
In groundwater remediation design it has been shown that dynamic policies, in which the pumping strategies may vary throughout the remediation period, can result in more cost-effective...

Optimization of the Aquifer Remediation Costs and Design with Pulsed Pumping
(No paper) Pump-and-treat is a common technique for the remediation of contaminated aquifers. However, slow kinetic mass transfer at sites contaminated with organic compounds may reduce...

Risk-Based Corrective Measures for Waste Management Facility Closure
(No paper) In the past several years, risked-based corrective measure has been gradually accepted by federal and state agencies as a standard practice for site remediation or site closure....

Theoretical and Empirical Implications of Increasing Block Rates
(No paper) The U.S. Army disposed chemical agents, laboratory materials, and unexploded ordnance at the O-Field landfill from before World War II until at least the 1950s. Soil, ground...

The Emergence of Spill Prevention Concerns for Water Resources
In Regions where water pollution control programs have succeeded in cleaning up our waters, spills from fixed installations and vessels, trucks and trains continue to represent a very...

Title Transfer of U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Projects: Fact or Fiction
(No paper) The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) has constructed hundreds of water storage and delivery projects throughout the 17 western United States. These projects vary in...

Using Indirect Potable Reuse to Provide New Water Supplies in Resource-Limited Regions
(No paper) Historically, water resources needed for potable use have been derived from readily-accessible surface and groundwater supplies of freshwater origin because such supplies can...

Progress and Future Direction to Improve Arizona's Reclaimed Wastewater Reuse Program
(No paper) The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) is undertaking a major revision of its reclaimed wastewater reuse program in response to recommendations made by a citizens...

Reclaimed Wastewater Reuse in Arizona: Status and Vision for the 21st Century
(No paper) The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) regulates the reuse of reclaimed wastewater through the issuance of individual reuse permits to treatment plants and/or...

City of Sedona Wastewater Reclamation Plant Upgrade: How to Teach an Old Dog New Tricks
(No paper) The City of Sedona's early 1990's wastewater treatment plant was difficult to control, prone to plant upsets, near capacity and often experienced on-site sewage spills. Additionally,...

Seismic Risk Evaluation and Improvement Program for the Metropolitan Wastewater Department (MWWD), City of San Diego

Water and Wastewater Systems in Rural Alaska: Status, Needs and Trends

Sewage Sludge Management at Eielson Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska

Environmental Engineering
This proceedings, Environmental Engineering 1999, contains summaries of papers presented at the 1999 National Conference on Environmental Engineering...

Tunneling under Trains
The Singapore deep tunnel sewerage system consists of a 90 km long tunnel network that will convey wastewater by gravity flow to two new secondary treatment plants being planned for the...

Conquering the Cold
Three projects—a water treatment plant, an airport, and a hydroelectric plant—illustrate how practicing engineering in Alaska differs from working in the contiguous 48 states. Permafrost,...

 

 

 

 

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