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Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Water Conservation Program in Albuquerque, New Mexico CONFERENCE PROCEEDING by American Water Works Association, 01/11/2004. Product Details Edition:Vol. - No. Published: 01/11/2004 Number of Pages:7 File Size: 1 file , 290 KB Full Description The City of Albuquerque has in place a comprehensive water conservation program with the goal of reducing per capita daily consumption 40 percent by 2014. Since 1994, Albuquerque has reduced its per capita water...
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Bolted Aboveground Thermosetting Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic Panel-Type Tanks for Water Storage includes Amendment (2014) STANDARD by American Water Works Association, 2012. Product Details Published: 2012 ANSI Approved Number of Pages:89 File Size: 1 file , 2.5 MB Full Description This standard describes the design, fabrication, installation, inspection, and testing of bolted aboveground thermosetting fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP) panel-type tanks for potable water storage....
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Laboratory Study on the Oxidation of Arsenic III to As V Ghurye, Ganesh;Clifford, Dennis Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 01-Jan-2000 / 10 pages Arsenic (As) is a metalloid that is naturally present in drinkingwater in a variety of forms (organic and inorganic), oxidation states, and valences. Inorganic arsenic predominates in drinking water and is present as arsenate (As(V)) and arsenite (As(III)). Under typical pH conditions (6.3-9.3), As(V) exists asa divalent...
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Using Results to Forecast Operations Knight, Joel A. Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 01-Jun-2001 / 3 pages This paper explores the concept of generating results through infrastructuremanagement software. Too many times asset management software is simply viewed asa data repository for storing information gathered through different processes.This paper looks at software as an investment that is expected to gain at least aminimum return on that investment. To...
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World's Largest Membrane-Based Water Reuse Project von Gottberg, Antonia; Gagne, David; Vaccaro, Guido; Elyanow, David Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 05-Mar-2003 / 7 pages In May 2001, a consortium led by Mohammed Abdulmohsin Al-Kharafi & Sons (the Kharafi Group) won a 30-year concession from the Kuwait government to recover municipal wastewater from Kuwait City and the surrounding area. The consortium will design, build, own, operate and maintain a 100 million...
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Residential Clothes Washer Programs: A National Success Story Foster, Rebecca Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 01-Jan-2002 / 11 pages This paper discusses the enormous success of Residential Clothes Washer Programs in the United States. When the initiative began, the only washers meeting the Consortium for Energy Efficiency's energy and water specifications were niche products manufactured in Europe. Today, every domestic manufacturer has introduced at least one...
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Optimization Beyond Turbidity - Fine-Tuning the Disinfection Process and Control of Byproduct Formation DeMers, Larry D.; Dugan, Alison Gusses; Summers, R. Scott; Uber, James Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 02-Nov-2003 / 20 pages Optimization to achieve turbidity (particulate) performance goals has been the primary focus of the Composite Correction Program (CCP) since implementation of the Surface Water Treatment Rule in the early 1990s. The recent implementation of...
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Metro Water Services Undertakes Bold Change Management Initiative Pintenich, Jeffrey L.;Balthrop, Hal Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 01-Jun-2001 / 15 pages The Metropolitan Department of Water and Sewerage Services, also known as Metro Water Service or MWS, solicited technical and business proposals for change management/reengineering services from several companies to facilitate the achievement of specific cost reduction targets. The Brown and Caldwell (BC) team...
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M54: Developing Rates for Small Systems Edition: 1st American Water Works Association / 01-May-2004 / 59 pages ISBN: 9781583213087 Now, limited data or resources don't have to keep your small utility from developing a rate structure that recovers all your costs and is fair to your customers. This official manual of practice gives you the step-by-step guidance you need to determine your revenue requirements, analyze your rates for different customer classes, develop a financial plan,...
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M14: Recommended Practice for Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connection Control Edition: 3rd American Water Works Association / 01-Mar-2004 / 144 pages ISBN: 9781583212882 Cross-connection control is one of the most important barriers in the multiple-barrier approach drinking water suppliers use to protect public health. Contamination of a drinking water distribution system through a cross-connection often results in immediate adverse health effects - illness or even death. Reduce the...
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Investigation of Disinfection Byproducts in Small Surface Water Filtration Plants in Pennsylvania Fuller, Michele; Chavez, Joseph; Gongloff, Abbie; Yanich, Nicole Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 01-Nov-2002 / 15 pages In 2004, the Disinfection Byproducts (DBP) Rule will require small surface water filtration plants to comply with the regulated levels of 0.080 mg/L total trihalomethanes (TTHM) and 0.060 mg/L haloacetic acids (HAA5). Under this regulation, small...
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M22: Sizing Water Service Lines and Meters Edition: 2nd American Water Works Association / 01-Jan-2004 / 126 pages ISBN: 9781583212790 This utility operations manual will guide the utility in choosing the best sizes for customer water meters and service lines. Historically, water utilities sized customer service connections and meters based upon the peak flow rates that the meter was expected to encounter. Since peak flows occur only rarely, meters sized in this way record the lower,...
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Innovation and Integration Drive Seattle's DBO Project Kelly, Liz; Chapman, Bob; Haskins, Scott; Trusler, Scott American Water Works Association / 01-Jun-2002 / 18 pages The quality of Seattle's primary water supply was enhanced at minimal cost and in rapid fashion thanks to management emphasis on innovation and integration. Seventy percent of the water supplied by Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) to the Seattle area is unfiltered water flowing from its protected Cedar River watershed....
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The Effects of Filtration on a Pristine Water Source; Greenville Water System's Perspective Czarnecki, Jeff; Freeman, Marion; Ferguson, Cameron Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 01-Nov-2002 / 9 pages The Greenville Water System provides water to nearly 400,000 people through 140,000 accounts through two water treatment plants. The Adkins Plant is a modern conventional filtration plant with a current capacity of 45 MGD and a projected capacity of 60 MGD by the year...
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Combining Membrane Demineralization with Alternative Project Delivery for Cost Effective Solutions to Increased Water Demands Yallaly, Brandon; Jennings, Patrick; Bergman, Robert; Beddow, Bill Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 05-Mar-2003 / 12 pages Fresh groundwater withdrawal restrictions are forcing many coastal Florida utilities and municipalities to develop brackish water supplies to satisfy increased demand. Because of its coastal location and climate, Bonita...
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M27: External Corrosion-Introduction to Chemistry and Control Edition: 2nd American Water Works Association / 01-Mar-2004 / 96 pages ISBN: 9781583213001 Once, external corrosion of water mains was accepted as inevitable; extra thickness was often specified to extend the useful life of the pipe. Today, a variety of techniques are available to eliminate or significantly reduce external corrosion. Now, water managers and operators can refer to this professional manual of water supply...
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Retrofit of Existing Conventional Treatment Process with Membrane Ultrafiltration Process Roquebert, Vincent; Marshall, Matthew; Hugaboom, Daniel; Hensel, Bill; Douglas, Charlie Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 05-Mar-2003 / 11 pages This paper presents regulatory, technologic, and economic information for considering low -pressure membranes for the rehabilitation of an existing conventional water treatment plant (WTP). The paper presents desktop analysis, pilot...
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Seattle's 180 MGD UV Decision Hilmoe, David J.; Owen, Douglas M.; Ervin, Kimberly K. Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 16-Jun-2002 / 15 pages This paper describes the process that Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) went through in ultimately deciding upon an ozone/ultraviolet (UV) treatment process for the Cedar project. This process involved discussions with industry experts, state and federal regulators and a comprehensive proposal review process. During the proposal...
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Innovation and Risk Allocation: Seattle's Approach to DBO Contracting Kelly, Elizabeth S. Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 16-Jun-2002 / 18 pages The City of Seattle has utilized the design-build-operate contracting approach for development of two major treatment facilities. As an alternative to the conventional public works procurement process, Seattle has sought to create situations where integrated teams of designers, constructors, and operators would innovate in...
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Disinfection Byproduct (DBP) and Its Precursors Reduction by PAC, Alum, PAC1, and MIEX Khoo, Geen Cheng; Gang, Dianchen; Segar, Robert L., Jr.; Clevenger, Thomas E. Edition: Vol. - No. American Water Works Association / 02-Nov-2003 / 22 pages Small drinking water systems using surface water sources will soon have to comply with the Stage I Disinfectants/Disinfection Byproducts (D/DBP1) Rule (January 1st, 2004). Small systems have the most difficulty meeting federal compliance standards for...