IOA World Congress 2013 – Day 3 Technical Sessions

Posted by Joel Leusink on September 25, 2013 under International Ozone Association | Be the First to Comment

This year as this is a World Congress and joint congress with the IUVA.  This brings more papers and more people, therefore there are an entire 3 days of technical sessions.  Day three technical sessions covered the following topics:

  • Ozone Design
  • AOP/Catalitic Ozonation
  • Emerging Ozone Applications
  • UV and photolysis
  • Special session – Young Professionals Group
  • UV Disinfection of water, waterwater, and air
  • AOP’s for Wastewater
  • UV-Related Applications
  • Treatment of Pharmaceuticals
  • Wastewater Applications
  • Ozone Generation and Methods
  • Regulatory Perspectives, UV

Wednesday AM, September 25 2012

Session 25 – Ozone Design

Side Stream System Ozone Gas Piping Considerations to Minimize Moisture Contamination

Kerwin L. Rakness
Process Applications, Inc.

Back to the fundamentals for ozone reactor design

M. Roustana, S. Baigba INSA de Toulouse, 135 avenue de Rangueil, 31077 Toulouse
CEDEX 04
b Degrémont S.A., 183, avenue du 18 juin 1940, 92508, Rueil-Malmaison Cedex France

Effect of Municipal Piping and Hydraulic Plant Design on Venturi Ozone Injector Performance

James R. Jackson, Srikanth S. Pathapati
Mazzei Injector Company

Improving Treatment Through an Ozonation Upgrade for the Lincoln Water System

Eric Lee1, Jerry Obrist1, John Miriovsky1, Jeff Neemann2, Andrew
Hansen2, Nick Burns2 1Lincoln Water Systems; 2Black & Veatch

Ozone Dissolution Modifications and Feed Gas Conversion from Air Preperation to Liquid Oxygen in Orlando, Florida

Greg Taylor1, Chuck DiGerlando2, Christopher R. Schulz3 1CDM, Orlando, FL; 2Orlando Utilities Comission, Orlando, FL;
3CDM, Denver, CO

Design Considerations and Tracer Studies for Maximizing Ozone Disinfection Efficiency

Supramaniam Suthaker1, Garry Drachenberg1, Ed Thumath2
1Associated Engineering; 2Transalta Sundance Generating Station

Session 26 – AOP/Catalytic Ozonation

Evaluation of the Catalytic Effect of the O3/CNT Process using para-Chlorobenzoic Acid (pCBA)
Yeojoon Yoon 1, Jonghyuk Moon 1, Seohee Kim 1, Tae-Mun
Hwang 2 and Joon-Wun Kang 1, † 1 Department of Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University,
234, Maeji-ri, Heungeop-myeon, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, 220-710, Republic of Korea
2 Water Resources and Environmental Research Division, Korea
Institute of Construction Technology, 2311, Deawha-dong, Ilsan-gu,
Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, 411-712, Republic of Korea

Decomposition of p-Phenolsulfonic Acid and 2- Naphthalenesulfonic Acid by Conventional and Catalytic Ozonation

E.Flores A., J. L. RodrÍguez S., T. Poznyak
Superior School of Shcmical Engineering, National Polytechnic Institute

Heterogeneous Catalytic Ozonation on Alumino-Silica Materials for the Removal of 2,4-Dimethylphenol from Water

Wael Aboussaoud1,2, Marie-Hélène Manero1,2, Jean-Stéphane Pic3, and Hubert Debellefontaine3
1Université de Toulouse INPT, UPS,Laboratoire de Génie
Chimique; 2CNRS, Laboratoire de Génie Chimique; 3Université de Toulouse, LISBP, Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Systems Biologiques
et des Procédés

Development and Assessment of Ruthenium Supported TiO2 and SiO2 nano-Catalyst used in Heterogeneous Catalytic Oxidation

Romain Orhand1,2, Pierre-Francois Biard1,2, Annabelle Couvert1,2,
Isabelle Soutrel1,2, Audrey Denicourt1,2, Alain Roucoux1,2
1Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes; 2Université eurpoéenne de Bretagne

Decomposition of Benzoic Phthalic and 2,4- Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acids by Catalytic Ozonation with NiO

Diana Magallanes, Julia L RodrÍguez, Tatyana Poznyak
Superior School of Shcmical Engineering, National Polytechnic Institute

Mineralization of Water Charged on Oxalic Acid Effect of MnO2, TiO2 and Co as Catalysts

Ouannene Madiha, Guiza Monia
LR: GPSI National School of Engineering of Gabes, Tunisia

Session 27 – Emerging Ozone Applications

Injection of Ozone Generating Unit 08 Itaipu Hydroelectric Plant

Tomas Guido de Madrignac, Guillermo Oviedo, y LuÍs Mariano RodrÍguez
Itaipu Binacional Hydroelectric Plant, Hernandarias, Paraguay

Ozone: An Alternative to Improve the Extraction of Metals in Mining-Metallurgical Processes. Case Studies

F.R. Carrillo-Pedroza, M.J. Soria-Aguilar, A. MartÍnez-Luevanos,
T.E. Pecina-Treviño and A. Dávalos-Sánchez, E. Gutiérrez- Castañeda
Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila

Ozone Oxidation Denitration: An Alternative Technology for Flue Gas NOx Elimination

Hui Lin, Tao Xu, James Chen
Newland Entech
No. 1 Rujiang Road, Mawei District, Fuzhou, Fujian, China 350015

Session 28 – UV and Photolysis

Inactivation of Enterococcus sp. by Advanced Oxidation Processes in Treated Urban Wastewater

Pilar Valero

Using a tunable UV laser for the inactivation of water pathogens

Thomas Larason

Photodegradation of Oranophosphorus Flame Retardants in River Water

Renato F. Dantas1, Joyce Cristale2, Silvia Lacorte2, Carmen Sans1, Santiago Esplugas1
1Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Barcelona;
2Deptartment of Environmental Chemistry, IDAEA-CSIC

Session 29 – Special Session – Young Professionals Group

Introduction to the IOA YOP Group

Bruno Domenjoud

Developing a Career: Shared Experiences from Academia, Industry and Consulting

International Ozone Association Members

Best Practices for Research, Applications and Operations

International Ozone Association Engineering Committee Members

Session 30 – UV Disinfection of Water, Wastewater and Air

The Evolution of UV Disinfection in Indianapolis: Balancing Between USEPA Guidance and Other Regulatory Frameworks

Bryan Townsend1, Donnie Ginn2, Dan Moran3 and Xi Zhao4
1Black & Veatch, Charlotte, NC; 2Black & Veatch, Indianapolis, IN;
3Citizens Energy Group, Indianapolis, IN; 4Black & Veatch, Kansas City, MO

Validating Validation Microbes for UV Reactor Validations: Getting it Right

Brian Petri 1, Steve McDermid 1, Wenjun Sun 1, Chengyue Shen 2,
Karl Scheible 2
1 Trojan Technologies; 2HDR Hydroqual Inc.

Bacillus pumilus as a High Resistance Surrogate for High Dose UV Reactor Validation

Shawn Verhoeven1, Ronnie Bemus2, Christian Bokermann3,
Conrad Odegaard1, Jessica Patterson1
1GAP EnviroMicrobial Services Ltd.; 2Xylem Water Solutions;
3Xylem Water Solutions GmbH

Application Study on UV Disinfection System in the 3rd Stage Project of Tianjin Development Zone WTP

Xuebiao, Nie
School of Environment, Tsinghua University

An Investigation of Mechanisms of UV Inactivation for a Complex Microorganism

Brian Petri 1, Ronald Hedrick 2, Terry McDowell 2, Mark Adkinson 2,
Karin Myklebust 2, Fernando Mardones 2
1 Trojan Technologies; 2Department of Medicine and Epidemiology,
School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California

UV Disinfection – A Pilot Study of Low UVT Municipal Effluent

Kati Bell, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE1 and Joshua E. Goldman, Ph.D.2
1CDM Smith, Franklin, TN; 2CDM Smith, Denver, CO

Session 31 – AOPs for Wastewater

The Degradation and Mineralization of 2,5-dichlorophenol by Advanced Oxidation Processes

Jacqueline C. Alexander1, Oscar González2, Clementina R.
Ramírez-Cortina1, and Santiago Esplugas2
1Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana – Azcapotzalco, División de
CBI, Departamento de Energía; 2Universitat de Barcelona, Deparment d’ Enginyeria Química, Facultat de Quimica

Treatment of Aqueous Ammonia in Wastewater

John Bergese1, Jennie Rand2 and Graham A. Gagnon1
1Centre for Water Resources Studies, Dalhousie University; 2Ivan
Curry School of Engineering, Acadia University

Iron-modified Diatomite as Heterogeneous Fenton Catalysts for Water Treatment

J. Esteban Durán, Adriana Araya, Sofía Arguedas
School of Chemical Engineering, University of Costa Rica

Biodegradability Enhancement of an Aqueous Solution of 2,5- dichlorophenol by Advance Oxidation Process

Jacqueline C. Alexander1, Clementina R. Ramírez-Cortina1, Oscar González2 and Santiago Esplugas2
1Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana – Azcapotzalco, División de
CBI, Departamento de Energía; 2Universitat de Barcelona, Deparment d’ Engiyeria Química, Facultat de Quimica

Influence of Effluent Organic Matter on the Hydroxyl Scavenging Capacity of Wastewater Effluents

Jacque-Ann Grant1, Ron Hofmann1
1 Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto

Evaluation of UV/H2O2 Treatment for Pharmaceuticals Using Experimental and Modelling Techniques

B.A. Wols1,2, C.H.M. Hofman-Caris1, D.J.H. Harmsen1, E.F. Beerendonk1
1KWR Watercycle Research Institute; 2Delft University of Technology

Session 32 – UV-Related Applications

Immobilized Nanostructured Photocatalysis for Solar Water Purification

Stephanie Loeb 1, Susan A. Andrews 1, Ron Hofmann1
1 Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto

Variability in the Performance of Municipal Wastewater UV Disinfection Systems

Angela P. Ortiz1, Daphne Chiu2, Caitlin Grady1, Ernest R. Blatchley III1,3
1School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University; 2Citizen’s Water, Indianapolis, IN; 3Division of Environmental & Ecological
Engineering, Purdue University

Monitoring Virus Inactivation Using q-PCR
Brian Pecson, Ph.D., P.E.
Trussell Technologies, Inc.

Evaluation of Unintended DNA Damage Reversal During Medium-Pressure UV Disinfection

Karl Linden , Chris Poepping, Sara Beck
Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering,
University of Colorado at Boulder

Polychromatic UV Simplicity: A Breakthrough in Cost Effective Measurement of Medium Pressure Lamps

Oliver Lawal1, Paul Ropic1, Jeff Fischer1, Sven Mankopf2, Tom Haslett2
1Aquionics Inc., 2Avo Photonics Inc.

Wednesday PM, September 25, 2013

Session 33 – Treatment of Pharmaceuticals

Applicability of Ozone-Biological Activated Carbon for Potable Reuse

Daniel Gerrity, University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV)

Effectiveness of Ozone and UV Disinfection in Reducing Toxicity and Removing Pharmaceuticals from Wastewater

Linda Schweitzer1, Hajer Ramdan1, Edith Chopin1, Nathan Jacobson1, Andres Ekstrom1, Mark Burrows2, and Saad Jasmin2
1Dept. Of Chemistry, Oakland University; 2International Joint Commission

Session 34 – Wastewater Applications

Sludge Ozonation for Enhancement of Anaerobic Digestion – Field Pilot Testing
Malcolm Fabiyi, Richard Novak, Soujanya Jampala, Bruce Xu,
Alessio Colletti, Asun Larrea Praxair Inc., Rivoira, Praxair, Inc.

Bench Scale Study of Sludye Ozonation for Enhancing Anaerobic Digestion-New Methodologies for Evaluating Lysis Effectiveness
Soujanya Jampala, Richard Novak, Malcom Fabiyi
Praxair, Inc.

Application of Ozone in Full-Scale to Reduce Filamentous Bulking Sludge at Oresundsverket WWTP
Filip Nilsson, Marinette Hagman, Artur Tomasz Mielczarek, Per Halkjaer Nielsen, Karin Jonsson
Lund University, NSVA, Aalborg University, Lund University

Ozone Lysis of Wastewater Sludge for Enhanced Digestion and Biogas Production – Contactor Design and Gas-Liquid Managemant for Full-scale Application
Richard A. Novak, Bruce Xu, Soujanya Jampala, Purvish Shah, Malcom Fabiyi
Praxair, Inc.

Effect of Ozone in the Formation of Byproducts of ATP + Chlorine Process Applied to Waste Water for Reuse
Maria Teresa Orta De Velasquez, UNAM

Comparison of Ozonation and for Sludge Treatment: Elimination of Antimicrobial Contamination and Sludge Solubilization
Nalan Bilgin Öncϋ, Isil Akmehmet Balcioğlu Institute of Environmental Sciences, Bogazici University

Session 35 – Ozone Methods and Generation

Description of a Bench-Scale Batch Ozone Method

Julia Lew, Eric Wert
Southern Nevada Water Authority

The Physics of Ozone Production in Commercial Generators and Application Selection

David Owens, Erika Hanley-Onken, and Paul Meneghini

An Alternative Method for the Verification of High Concentration Ozone Gas Measurement (UV Photometry vs. KI)

Vince Ciufia OSTI, Inc

What can we Know from Ozone Batch Experiment?

Tadao Mizuno, Akira Kumagoe, and Fumitake Nishimura
Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University

Session 36 – AOP

Photocatalytic inactivation and mechanism investigation of Bacillus subtilis using UV-TiO2 treatment
Yongji Zhang, Yiqing Zhang
(Key Laboratory of Yangtze River Water Environment, Ministry of Education (Tongji University), China)

Insights into Homogenous Solar Driven Photo-Fenton Process using Iron(III)-Oxalic Complexes for Degradation of Trimethoprim and Sulfamethoxazole Near Neutral pH

Isabelli N. Dias1,2, Bruno S. Souza1,2, Márcia Dezotti2, Rui A. R. Boaventura1, Vitor J. P. Vilar1
1LSRE, Universidade do Porto, 2Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Treatment of Cephalexin using Advanced Oxidation Processes

Otidene Rossiter Sá da Rocha1, Yuji Fujiwara1, Renato F. Dantas2,
Welenilton José do Nascimento Júnior1, Valdinete Lins da Silva1 1Federal University of Pernambuco, 2University of Barcelona

Session 37 – Regulatory Perspectives – UV

Use of Simple Validation Data to Meet Multiple UV Regulatory Requirements for UV Reactor Tests

C. Bruce Bartley
NSF International

Review of NSF International’s UV Standards and Certification Programs: Updates on Changes in Standards and Policies

C. Bruce Bartley
NSF International

After The Low Wavelength Research: Guidance For Operating UV Facilities And UV Facilities Under Design

James Collins1, Karl Linden2, Harold Wright3, Tom Hargy4
1ARCADIS; 2University of Colorado; 3Carollo; 4Tetra Tech

 Session 38 – UV System Design and Operations

Commissioning the World’s Largest UV Disinfection Facility– Overcoming Challenges Through Cooperation

G. Kroll, PE, BCEE; B. Kearney, PE1, D. Rokyer, PE; R. Fahey, PE2, G. Schmitt, PE; Jasmin Rivera, PE3
1CDM Smith; 2Hazen and Sawyer; 3New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Engineering Design and Construction

Sensor-Based Control – The Way for Energy-Efficient Open Channel UV System Operation

Mike Newberry; Kirsten Meyer, Kevin Flis
Xylem Water Solutions

Conversion of a 60 year old Clearwell into a Below Grade “Watertight” UV Disinfection Facility

Timothy P. Rynders1 , Chris Schulz1, Jason Clark2, Tom Brennan2
1 CDM Smith; 2City of Englewood Utilities

Session 39 – UV Disinfection of Water, Wastewater and Air

UV-Inactivation and Photoreactivation of Vibrio cholerae and Vibriophages

Marion Starke-Griessler1, Alexander Cabaj2, Georg Hirschmann3, Michael Kundi3, Thomas Haider4 and Regina Sommer1
1Medical University Vienna, Institute of Hygiene and Applied Immunology, Water Hygiene; 2University of Veterinary Medicine;
3Austrian Institute of Technology; 4Medical University Vienna, Institute of Environmental Hygiene; 5Environmental Expertise and Documentation, Vienna, Austria

UV Technology – 100 years and Counting

Oliver Lawal
Aquionics Inc.

Reclaimed Water UV Disinfection – Emerging Technologies and Issues

Andrew Salveson and Nitin Goel
Carollo Engineers

Development of monitored tunable biodosimetry method for fluence validation in a UV disinfection reactor

Zhimin Qiang 1, Mengkai Li 1, James R. Bolton 2
1Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese
Academy of Sciences; 2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta

Experimental Study of Staphylococcus Toxin Destruction in the Airflow Under the Effect of Highly Intensive Impulse UV Irradiation

V.I. Sigaev 1, S.G. Shashkovsky 2, V.P. Arkhipov 2, I.A. Zhelaev 2,

Session 40 – UV Treatment

Impact of Microbial Action Spectra on RED Predicted Using CFD-Based UV Dose Models

Harold Wright, Karl Linden, Sara Beck, and Tom Hargy

Treatment of Textile Finishing Wastewater with Deep UV Radiation Sources

Christian Jung, Anke Nietsch, Melanie Voigt and Christian Sattler
German Aerospace Center (DLR)

UV and Ballast Water: The “Live or Dead” Issue

Brian Petri 1, Beatrix Czikkel 1 , Jackie Spry 1, Po-Shun Chan 1
1 Trojan Technologies

Formation of Genotoxic Compounds by MP UV treatment of Pre-treated Surface Water and Groundwater

Bram J. Martijn1,2, RaeAnna M. Hughes2, Joop C. Kruithof 3, James P. Malley Jr.4
1PWN Water Supply Company North Holland; 2University of New Hampshire; 3Wetsus Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology; 4Environmental Research Group, University of New Hampshire

UV Research and Validation Testing at the UV Center: Experiences through 2013

O. Karl Scheible and Chengyue Shen
HDR|HydroQual

Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron Supported on Activated Carbon for the Catalytic Wet Peroxide Oxidation of Phenol

S. A. Messele1, F. Stüber1, C. Bengoa1, A. Fortuny2, A. Fabregat1, J. Font1
1 University of Rovira i Virgili; 2University of Politècnica de Catalunya

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IOA World Congress 2013 – Ozone Solutions Exhibit

Posted by Becky on September 24, 2013 under International Ozone Association | Be the First to Comment

Ozone Solutions has had their booth set up for the past 2 days at the IOA World Congress 2013 Exhibition Hall.

Ozone Solutions' booth at the 2013 IOA show.

Ozone Solutions’ booth at the 2013 IOA show.

From 8- 5 each day we’ve been at the booth talking about the products and services that Ozone Solutions offers.  It’s been fun to talk to a variety of people and about the many different ozone applications!  We will be set up on Wednesday yet, so stop by and say hi! :)  Or get some of our yummy Hull’s Foreign Candy Company Bon-Bon Candy!

On Monday night we had the Exhibitor’s Reception with a warm welcome from Oscar Goodman, the previous Mayor Oscar Goodman of Las Vegas.

Oscar Goodman the previous Mayor of Las Vegas welcoming us to the IOA Conference

Oscar Goodman the previous Mayor of Las Vegas welcoming us to the IOA Conference

We’ve also had some fun evenings meeting with different companies that we work with. Last night we enjoyed supper out with Ed, Suzanne & Bennett from EcoSensors at a Japanese restaurant at the Mirage Hotel. Good food & great company!

Cashew Chicken at the IOA 2013

Cashew Chicken

 

Sea Bass at the Japanese Restaurant during the IOA 2013

Sea Bass

Ozone Solutions is excited about the new product that we will be able to offer from EcoSensors – coming soon!!

 

IOA World Congress 2013 – Day 2 Technical Sessions

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The IOA Conference continued into day 2 with a full day of technical sessions.  These focused on the following topics:

  • Ozone Treatment of Pharmaceuticals
  • Ozone Operations
  • Wastewater/Industrials uses
  • Symposium in honor of Dr. John Bolten
  • Methods in drinking water
  • UV reactor testing and modeling
  • Ozone in wastewater treatment
  • Biological treatment applications
  • Ozone for food and ultrapure water applications
  • UV and Ozone system design and operation
  • Emerging contaminates treatment

Monday 24 September 2012

Session 13 – Ozone Treatment of Pharmaceuticals

An AOP Pilot Study for Upgrading Design Under Real World Conditions

Jenny Wang1, Achim Ried1, Arne Wieland1, Yaning Zhang1, and
Min Hui Chen1; Rongjing Xie2, Wui Seng Ang2, Ankur Duarah2,
Lifeng Zhang2, and Mong Hoo Lim2
1Xylem Water Solutions Herford GmbH; 2PUB, Singapore’s National
Water Agency

Transformation of Pharmaceuticals in Onsite Wastewater Discharge Using Advanced Oxidation Techniques

Lisa Kraemer1, Sebastian Sauve2, Brent Wootton1, Thomas Bain3
1Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment, Fleming College;
2Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal; 3Great Lakes
Clean Water

Transformation Products of Besafibrate and Carbamazepine Through Ozonation of Water

Leila Tootchi1, Shahram Tabe1,2, Rajesh Seth1, Paul Yang3
1Civil and Evironmental Engineering Department, University of
Windsor; 2Standards Development Branch, Ontario Ministry of the
Environment; 3Laboratory Services, Ontario Ministry of the
Environment

Reaction Kinetics of Ozone with Pharmaceutical Procucts in the Great Lakes Basin and their Potential Removal from Wastewater Effluents

Merih Uslu1,2, Rajesh Seth1, Saad Jasmin1,2, Nihar Biswas1,
Shahram Tabe3
1University of Windsor; 2International Joint Commission; 3Ontario
Ministry of Environment

The Interaction between Ozonation and Wastewater Particles
Ines Zucker, Dror Avisar, Yigal Weinberger, Hadas Mamane Tel Aviv University

O3 and O3/H2O2 Oxidation of Piroxicam, Ketoprofen, and Naproxen in Surface Waters

Ling Feng1, Michael J. Watts2, Daniel Yeh3, Eric Van Hullebusch1
1Laboratoir Géomatériaux et Environnement, Université Paris-Est;
2Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Florida State
University; 3Department of Civil &Environmental Engineering,
University of South Florida

Session 14 – Ozone Operations

Forty Years of Ozone Experience Treating Water Supplies in the United States

Craig Thompson
Kennedy Jenks

The IOA’s first 40 years as Presented in Ozone News

Barry Loeb
International Ozone Association

Disinfection By-Product Formation Potential Reduction and Hydrogen Sulfide Treatment Using Ozone in Central Florida

Greg Taylor1, Charles DiGerlando2, Kipton Lockcuff3, Christopher
R. Schulz4
1CDM, Orlando, FL; 2Orlando Utilities Comission, Orlando, FL; 3City
of Winter Springs, FL; 4CDM Denver, CO

Verification of a Sidestream Ozone Residual Monitoring System to Calculate Ozone Process CT and Associated Disinfection Credits for a Full-Scale Ozone Contactor

John Mieog1, Danny Murphy1, Nick Burns2, Kerwin Rakness3
1Melbourne Water; 2Black & Veatch; 3Process Applications Inc.

Ozone Residual Sampling System Modification Results for the Skinner Treatment Plant

Sajal Mitra1, David Foust1, Milton Cox1, Carlene Wong1, Susan
Yuskiewicz1 and Kerwin Rakness2
1Metropolitan Water District of Southern California; 2Process
Applications Inc.

Full Scale Ozone Performance for Direct Filtration-How to Manage Lake Turn-Over Events and Widely Varying Flows and Demands

Denise Funk1, Al Sosebee2, Hussein Khorramzadeh2, Chriz Schulz3
1CDM Smith, ATL; 2Gwunnett County Department of Water
Resources; 3CDM Smith, DEN

Session 15 – Wastewater/Industrial

Ozonation coupled with reverse osmosis for the treatment of urban wastewater: organic matter removal and kinetic study

Bruno Domenjoud(1), Santiago Esplugas(1), Sylvie Baig(2)
(1) Universitat de Barcelona, Deparment d’ Engiyeria Química,
Facultat de Quimica. C/Martí i Franqués 1, 08028, Barcelona,
Spain
(2) Degrémont S.A., 183, avenue du 18 juin 1940, 92508, Rueil-
Malmaison Cedex France

Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) Removal from Industrial Wastewater using a MBR/Ozone Advanced Treatment Solution

Achim Ried1, Greg Claffey2, Christoph Kullmann, Ed Helmig
1Xylem Water Solutions, Germany; 2Xylem Water Solutions,
Charlotte, NC

Anoxic Effluent Disinfected with Ozone/Chlorine

G.H. Ribeiro da Silva1, L.A. Danien2, R.C. Contrera2 and H.Bruning3
1Univ. Estadual Paulista; 2Universidade de Sao Paulo;
3Wageningen University Research Centre

Influences of Ozonation on Soil Aquifer Treatment for Reuse of Secondary Sewage Effluent

Fumitake Nishimura, Yugo Takabe, Ryosuke Suzuki, Ippei
Kameda, Norihisa Kurita, Tadao Mizuno, Sadahiko Itoh
Department of Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of
Engineering, Kyoto University

Study of Constructed Wetlands Effluent Disinfected with Ozone

N.D. Miranda, G.H. R. Silva, E.L. Oliveira
Univ. Estadual Paulista

The effectiveness of higher concentration ozone gas for water treatment on decomposition of organic substances and control of bromate formation

N. Yasunaga, T. Yamauchi, and S. Furukawa
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Session 16 – Symposium in Honor of Dr. Jim Bolton

Terms of endearment: The Bolton Impact Factor

Karl Linden
University of Colorado at Boulder

Investigating Polychromatic UV Complexity Part 1: Microbial Action Spectra Sensitivity Analyses

Brian Petri 1, Steve McDermid 1, Wenjun Sun 1
1 Trojan Technologies

Effect of UV Exposure on Vancomycin-resistant and Cephalexin-resistant Heterotrophic Bacteria in Municipal Wastewater

Mei-Ting Guo, Qing-Bin Yuan
State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse,
College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji
University, China

Performance Validation of UV Disinfection Systems: Recirculation Mode Causes Unreliable Results in Biodosimetry

Regina Sommer1, Alexander Cabaj2, Georg Hirschmann3, Alois
Schmalwieser2 and Thomas Haider4
1Medical University Vienna, Institute of Hygiene and Applied
Immunology, Water Hygiene; 2University of Veterinary Medicine,
Austria; 3Austrian Institute of Technology; 4Environmental Expertise

Investigating Polychromatic UV Complexity Part 2: Models and Experiments to Determine Polychromatic Correction Factors

Brian Petri 1, Steve McDermid 1, Wenjun Sun 1, Chengyue Shen 2,
Karl Scheible 2
1 Trojan Technologies, 2 HDR Hydroqual Inc.

Evaluation of water disinfection systems using UV-light emiting diodes

Kumiko Oguma
University of Tokyo

Session 17 – AOP Methods in Drinking Water

A CFD-based Study of the degradation of micropollutants induced by Vacuum-UV radiation

Mehdi Bagheri, Gustavo Imoberdorf, and Madjid Mohseni
Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, University of
British Columbia

The Tail that Can Wag the Dog: How Peroxide Quenching Can Drive AOP Selection and Determine Success

James Collins, Stéphane Jousset

Effects of UV/H2O2 process conditions on Ames fluctuation assay response

C.H.M. Hofman-Caris1, D.J.H. Harmsen1, B.A. Wols1, E.F.
Beerendonk1, L.M. Puijker1, L.L.M. Keltjens2
1KWR Watercycle Research Institute, The Netherlands; 2Aqualab
Zuid, The Netherlands

Formation of Mutagenicity During Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) Treated Drinking Water

Ai Jia1, Bram Martijn2, Minkyu Park1, Sylvain Merel1, Shane Snyder1
1Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Bio5
Institute, University of Arizona; 2PWN Technologies

Evaluating the Toxicity of 1,2,3- Trichloropropane Post UV and Ozone Based AOP Treatment

Austa M. Parker1, Urs von Gunten2, and Karl G. Linden1
1 University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO; 2 Eawag,
Dübendorf, Switzerland

Session 18 – UV Reactor Testing and Modeling

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling of UV Reactors What Makes It or Breaks It

Fariborz Taghipour
Chemical & Biological Engineering Department, University of British
Columbia

Validation Testing for High UV Dose Surrogates: Comparing Medium-Pressure and Low-Pressure, High-Output UV Systems

Traci Brooks1, Jeff Bandy, Ph.D.1, Harold Wright, P.E.1, Tom
Hargy2, Ronnie Bemus3
1Carollo Engineers, 2Clancy Environmental Consultants, Inc.,

Visualizing and Quantifying Dose Distribution in a UV Reactor Using Three-Dimensional Laser-Induced Flourescence

Varun Gandhi1, Philip Roberts2, Jae-Hong Kim2
1Carollo Engineers, 2School of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Theory of UV Reactor Performance and Bank Additivity

Yuri Lawryshyn, Patrick Young, Ron Hofmann
University of Toronto

Investigation on Disinfection Additivity in Multiple UV Reactors

Domenico Santoro, Brian Petri, Po-Shun Chan, Stewart Hayes,
Ferdinando Crapulli
Trojan Technologies

Generic Dose-Calculation Models Developed Based on Accumulated Bioassay Data Base

O. Karl Scheible and Chengyue Shen
HDR|HydroQual

Tuesday PM, September 24, 2013

Session 19 – Ozone in Wastewater Treatment

 Comparison of Ozone and HO• Induced Conversion of Effluent Organic Matter (EfOM) Using Ozonation and UV/H2O2 Treatment

Wim T.M. Audenaert1,2, Dieter Vandierendonck1, Stihjn W.H. Van
Hulle1,2, Ingmar Nopens2
1Department of Industrial Biological Sciences, Ghent University;
2Department of Mathematical Modeling, Ghent University

Alternative Frameworks for the Inactivation of Escherichia coli MS2 Bacteriophage, and Bacillus subtilis Spores during Ozonation in Wastewater

Sujanie Gamage1, Daniel Gerrity1,2, Aleksey Pisarenko1,3, Eric
Wert1, Eric Dickenson1, Shane A. Snyder 1,4
1Applied Research and Develpopment Center, Southern Nevada
Water Authority; 2University of Nevada, Las Vegas; 3Trussell
Technologies, Inc.; 4University of Arizona

Statistical Approach to Optimization of Advanced Oxidation Process’ for the Attenuation of TOrCs at a Pilot Plant in Arizona

Tarun Anumol, Minkyu Park, Massimiliano Sgroi, Paolo Roccaro,
Shane Snyder
University of Arizona

Application of Ozonation for Water Reuse of Sewage in Japan

Hirofumi Takahara1, Tado Mizuno2, and Hiroshi Tsuno3
1Japan Ozone Association; 2Department of Urban and
Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University; 3Department of Human Life and Environment, Osaka Sangyo University

Potable Reuse Equivalency Criteria and Treatment Train Evaluation

Fredrick W. Gerringer, Brian Pecson, R. Shane Trussell, R. Rhodes
Trussell
IUVA/IOA World Congress 2013

Applicability of TOrC Removal with Pre-Oxonation of Ceramic Membranes

Minkyu Park, Tarun Anumol, Xuhao Nie, and Shane Snyder

Session 20 – Biological Treatment Processes

Design Condiserations for Integrated Ozone-Biofiltration Treatment Process

Christopher R. Schulz
Denver, CO

North American Biofiltration Application and Practices

J. Carter, J. Brown, and C. Lauderdale
Arcadis, Carollo

Converting a Large Water Treatment Plant to Biological Filtration

Mark Simon1, Michael Mikeska1, Peter Stencel1, Jennifer
Cottingham1, Nick Burns2, Jeff Neemann2, Randy Romack2
1Dallas Water Unitities; 2Black & Veatch

Fixed Bed Biofilm Reactor for the Removal of Ozonation Byproducts

Holly McNaught and Eric Wert
Southern Nevada Water Authority

Combination of Ozone and Bio Filter for the Removal of Hard COD in Industrial Wastewater

Achim Ried1, Ivan Zhu2, Tom Getting2
1Xylem Water Solutions, Germany; 2Xylem Water Solutions,
Zelienople, PA

Combined H2O2/UV Process as an Alternative for Removing Residual TOC from a Biologically Treated Petroleum Refinery Wastewater

A.A. Nogueira, J.P. Bassin, A.C. Cerqueira, M. Dezotti
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, CENPES

Session 21 – Ozone for Food and Ultrapure Water Applications

Antibacterial Activity of Ozonated Sunflower Oil on Streptococcus uveris: Effect of Oil Fatty Acids Composition

Moureu S.1, Violleau F.1, Ali Haimoud-Lekhal D.2, Calmon A.1
Université de Toulouse; 1UPSP/DGER 115; 2Equipe Terroir
Elevage et et Qualite des Produits

Ozone Effects on Botrytis cinerea Conidia

Pagès M.1, Kleiber D.2, Violleau F.1
1Université de Toulouse; 2Equipe Vins Viticulture et OEnologie

Ultrapure Water-Treatment – an Overview and Case Study of Ozone and Biofilm

Erika Hanley-Onken
MKS Instruments

Ozonated Water as a Potential Biological Control Agent: Pruning Wound Protection of Vitis vinifera Against the Esca Associated Fungi Phaeoacremonium aleophilum

R.J.G. Pierron1, Y.Song1, A.Jacques1, and Frédéric Violleau2
Université de Toulouse; 1Equipe Vins Viticulture et OEnologie;
2UPSP/DGER 115

Ozone Sanitization of Ultrapure Water Systems Innovations in Dissolved Ozone Measurement by UV Photometry

Vince Ciufia
OSTI, Inc.

Design and Operation of a Water Treatment Plant Capacity of 4000 m3/d for Cleaning by Ozonization of Underground Waters of Iron Compounds in the Moscow’s of Moscow Food

Processing Enterprise on the Principles of Green Chemistry
Tkachenko, I.C., Tkachenko, C.H., Lunin, V. V.
Moscow State University of M.V. Lomonosov

Session 22 – Symposium in Honor of Dr. Jim Bolton

Photochemical processes in water treatment

Mihaela Stefan, Trojan Technologies

Homogeneous UV Photocatalysis – A Review of Work Done in the 1990’s

Keith Bircher1 and James Bolton2
1Calgon Carbon Corporation; 2Bolton Photosciences Inc.

Production of Photooxidants by Dissolved Organic Matter During UV Water Treatment

Yaal Lester 1, Charles M. Sharpless 2, Hadas Mamane 3, Karl G. Linden 1
1Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering,
University of Colorado; 2Department of Chemistry, University of Mary Washington; 3School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University

Biofilm Control in Water by Ultraviolet (UV) Irradiation and UV based Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs)

Anat Lakretz1,2, Eliora Z. Ron2, Hadas Mamane1
1School of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and
2Department of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology, Faculty
of Life Science, Tel Aviv University

Destruction of Cyanobacterial Toxins by UV 254 nm-based Advanced Oxidation Processes

Xuexiang He1, Armah A. de la Cruz2 and Dionysios D. Dionysiou1, 3
1Environmental Engineering and Science Program, University of
Cincinnati; 2National Exposure Research Laboratory, U.S.

Re-engineering an Artificial Sweetener: Sucralose Transformation by Hydroxyl Radicals and its Suitability as a Full-scale Probe

Olya S. Keen and Karl G. Linden
University of Colorado at Boulder

UV light-based applications: Quo Vadis?

James R. Bolton1,
Bolton Photosciences, Inc.

Session 23 – UV and Ozone System Design and Operations

Lowering the Dose leads to more “Dough” – A Case Study of UV Operations at the Las Vegas Street Wastewater Treatment and J.D. Phillips Water Reclamation

Cody L. Charnas1 P.E., Katherine Y. Bell2, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE, Lisa
Barbato3, Dean Cohrs3, Linda Leyba3, Shaun Thompson3
1CDM Smith, Denver, CO; 2CDM Smith, Nashville, TN; 3Colorado Springs Utilities

Lessons Learned During Installation and Start-up of Municipal Drinking Water UV Disinfection Facilities

Todd Elliott and Paul Swaim
CH2M HILL

Multiple-Surrogate Validations for Different System Configurations and Applications

O. Karl Scheible1, Chengyue Shen1, Henk Provoost2, Andrey Tkachev2
1HDR|HydroQual; 2LIT UV Europe

UV or Ozone: A Case Study of Replacing the Disinfection System for North Fresno Wastewater Reclamation Facility

Rick Staggs1, Kevin Norgaard1 , Nitin Goel2, Andrew Salveson2,
Steve Swanback2
1City of Fresno, Department of Public Utilities; 2Carollo Engineers

Is Scale-up Applicable for Modular UV Chambers in Drinking Water Applications?

O. Karl Scheible1, Chengyue Shen1, Phyllis Posy2
1HDR|HydroQual, 2Atlantium Technologies

UV System Design for Drinking Water in Southern California – A Decade and Counting

Bryan Townsend1, Robert Hulsey2, Andrew Lazenby3
Black & Veatch Corporation: 1Charlotte, NC; 2Kansas City, MO; 3Irvine, CA

Session 24 – Emerging Contaminants Treatment

Evaluation of Glucocorticoid Compounds in Treated Wastewater using Bioassay combined with Instrument Analysis

Ai Jia, Sylvain Merel, Shane Snyder
Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering, Bio5

Degradation of N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) by KrCl and Xenon-fluorescent Excimer UV Lamp

Hiroshi Sakai1, Koji Kosaka2, Satoshi Takizawa1
1Dept. of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo; 2Dept. of Water Supply Engineering, National Institute of Public Health

Degradation of Acetaminophen by UV254

ShihChi Weng1 and Ernest R. Blatchley III1,2
1School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University; 2Division of
Environmental and Ecological Engineering, Purdue University

This evening there is also a golf tournament at a 9 hole golf course here on the strip.  Proving, that ozone nerds, can have fun.

For more information about the International Ozone Association, or questions about membership, follow the link below:

International Ozone Association Website

IOA World Congress 2013 – Day 1 Technical Sessions

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IOA World Congress 2013

Technical Sessions for Day 1 of the 2013 IOA (International Ozone Association) Congress included some wonderful presentations, combining ozone and UV technologies.  As this is a joint congress with the IUVA there are papers on use of ozone, UV, and Ozone-UV combinations.

The day opened with a joint opening session where we learned about the Southern Nevada utility, and the US Army Corps of Engineers.

Topics for the day included the following:

Monday 24 September 2012

Monday AM (10:30 to 12 Noon)

Session 1 – Bromate in Drinking Water

Low Dose Risks from Bromate: Chemistry and Modes of Action of Low Dose Exposures in Rats and Humans

Joseph Cotruvo1
1Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC, Washington DC

Bromate Regulation in Japan: Update and Outlook.

Dr. Sombo Yamamura
Former Director, Water Supply Division, Japan Ministry of Health,
Labour, and Welfare

Panel Discussion – Bromate MCL – Should It Be Raised?

Joseph Cotruvo, Jospeh Cotruvo & Associates LLC
USEPA Representative

Kerwin L. Rakness, Process Applications Inc.
Ronald Zegers, Southern Nevada Water Authority
Japan Representative

Session 2 – Ozone in Wastewater Treatement

Removal of Micropollutants in Treated Wastewater with Ozone, Advanced Oxidation Processes and Activated Carbon

Sopthe Besnault1, Samuel Martin Ruel1, Sylvie Baig2, Bruno
Heiniger3, Mar Esperanza1, Hélène Budzinski4, Cécile Miège5,
Marina Coquery5
1CIRSEE, Suez Environment; 2Degremont SA; 3Degremont
Technologies LTD; 4Université Bordeaux; 5IRSTEA

Comparison of Several AOPs in Wastewater Treatment: Efficiency and By‐product Formation

Sylvain Merel, Tarun Anumol, Massimilano Sgroi, Shane Snyder
Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University
of Arizona

Effect of Ozone on Biofiltration of Secondary Treated Municipal Wastewater

Michael Reaume1, Siddartha Joshi2, Rajesh Seth1, and Sumathi
Suresh2
1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
Windsor; 2CESE, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India

Session 3 – Industrial Ozone Applications

Ozone Applications in Golf Course Irrigation Water Treatment

Keisuke Ikehata and Andrew T. Komor
Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc.

Full Scale Application of Ozone for Bulking Control at a Pulp & Paper Facility

Asun Larrea1,2, Andoni Urruticoechea1, Malcom Fabiyi2
1Asistencia Technologica Medioambiental Prupo Praxair; 2Praxair
Inc.

Wastewater Treatment of a Textile Industry Through Ozone and UV Radiation and it’s Effect in Biodegredation

RamÍrez-Cortina Clementina R., Cortés-Jaimes Arely and Alonso-
Guitérrez M. Soledad
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana – Azcapotzalco

Session 4 – UV Disinfection of Water, Wastewater and Air

Validation Testing, Analysis and NWRI Design Considerations

with the Xylem/Wedeco Duron UV System
Jeff Bandy, Ph.D.1, Andy Salveson, P.E.1, Ronnie Bemus2
1Carollo Engineers; 2Xylem/Wedeco

Using Validation Data and CFD to Compare Horizontally and Vertically-Aligned UV Reactors

Traci Brooks1, Harold Wright, P.E.1, Jeff Bandy, Ph.D.1, Keith, Bircher2
1Carollo Engineers; 2Calgon Carbon Corporation

Session 5 – AOP Methods

Co-Generation of UV, Ozone and Hydroxyl Radicals and its Strategic use for Water Treatment

James R. Bolton1 and Ray Denkewicz, Jr.2
1Bolton Photosciences Inc.; 2Hayward Industries, Inc.

Assessment of the Applicability of VUV Process using a VUV Pilot Setup

Gustavo Imoberdorf, Rob North, and Madjid Mohseni
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of
British Columbia

Session 6 – UV Technology Advances

UV Lamp Aging is Predicted by Direct Measurement of UV Transmittance

Mark Heath1, Harold Wright1, Dr. Alois W. Schmalwieser2
1Carollo Enigneers; 2University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna,
Austria

Study on UVB and UVC Fluorescent Lamps Using Xe Excilamps Coating with Phosphors

Bee-Yu Wei1, Ming-Kai Hsu1, Hsiang-Cheng Kung1, Sheng-Cih
Huang2, Jen-Hung Hsu1
1Material and Chemical Research Laboratories, Industry
Technology Research Institute, Taiwan, R.O.C.; 2Institute of
Biological Science and Technology, National Chiao Tung
University, Taiwan, R.O.C

A Mathematical Model to Determine the Fluence Rate Distribution in a UV Reactor Containing Ultraviolet Light-Emitting-Diodes

James R. Bolton1, Kumiko Oguma2
1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
Alberta; 2Department of Urban Engineering, University of Tokyo

Monday PM, September 23, 2013

Session 7 – Formation and Treatment of NDMA and 1,4-Dioxane

Identification and Evaluation of NDMA Formation Potential in a Municipal Wastewater Reclamation Plant Employing Advanced Water Treatment Processes

Massimiliano Sgrot1,2, Paolo Roccaro1, Shane Snyder2
1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
Catania; 2Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering,
University of Arozina

Investigating New Precursor Compounds to NDMA Formation during Ozonation in Potable Reuse Applications

Erica Marti, Aleskey N. Pisarenko, Julie Peller, Eric R.W. Dickenson
Southern Nevada Water Authority

Removal of 1,4-Dioxane and VOCs from Groundwater using Ozone Based Advanced Oxidation Process

Gangadhar Andaluri and Rominder Suri
Civil and Environmental Engineering, Temple University

Removal of Emerging Contaminants and Pathogens by Using Alternative Advanced Treatment Processes at Pilot Scale

Paolo Roccaro1, Channah Rock2, Shane Snyder3
1Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of
Catania; 2Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences, University of
Arizona; 3Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering,
University of Arizona

Ozonation of N-nitrosamines in the RO Concentrate of a Water Recycling Plant

Takahiro Fujoka1, Stuart J. Khan2, James A. McDonald2, and Long
D. Nghiem1
1The University of Wollongong; 2The University of New South
Wales

UV Based Advanced Oxidation Process for the Removal of 1,4- Dioxane and Volatile Organics from Groundwater

Gangadhar Andaluri, Rominder Suri
Temple University

Session 8 – Drinking Water Applications

Release of Intracellular Metabolites and Disinfection Byproduct Precursors after Oxidation of Cyanobacteria

Eric Wert1,2, Mei Mei Dong1,2, Julie Korak2, Fernando Rosario-Ortiz2
1Southern Nevada Water Authority; 2University of Colorado at
Boulder

The Application of Ozonation Process for Raw Water which Contains High Concentrations of Odorous Substances and Trihalomethane Precursor
Kensuke Okuda, Naoki Murata, Yasuhiro Kato, Nobuyuki
Motoyama
Metawater CO., LTD.

Development of a Simple Fractionataion technique of Dissolved Organic Matter for low DOC Water and its Application to the Optimization of Oxidation Processes
Saki Ikemoto, Shinya Echigo, and Sadahiko Itoh

State of the Art of Ozonation for Drinking Water Treatment in Japan
Tadao Mizuno1, Hirofumi Takahara2, and Hiroshi Tsuno1,3
1Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University;
2Japan Ozone Association; 3Osaka Sangyo University

Bromate Formation Differences Between An Ozone Side Stream Transfer System and An Ozone Diffuser Transfer System

Bill Mundy1, Kerwin Rakness2, Eric Wert3, Glenn Hunter2, Fernando
L. Rosario-Ortiz4
1Regional Municipality of Halton; 2Process Applications; 3Southern
Nevada Water Authority; 4University of Colorado at Boulder

 Occurrence and Risk Assesment of Pharmaceutical Substances in the Great Lakes Basin

Merith Otker Uslu1,2, Saad Jasmin1,2, Antonette Arvai1, Jatinder
Bewtra2, Nihar Biswas2
1Greatlakes Regional Office, International Joint Comission;
2University of Windsor

Session 9 – Industrial Ozone Applications

Treating Wastewater from Pharmaceuticals Formulation Facility by Biological Process and Ozone

Yaal Lester1,2, Hadas Mamane1, Ines Zucker1,2, Dror Avisar2
1Mechanical Engineering, Tel Aviv University; 2Hydro-Chemistry
Laboratory, Tel Aviv University

Contribution of Ozone on the Inactivation of a Plankton in Ballast Water

Tetsuji Okuda1, Nobuhiko Yanai1, Satoshi Nakai1, Wataru
Nishijima1, Yukihiko Tsutsumi2
1Hiroshima University; 2Fukuyama City University

Evaluation of By-product Formation by Ozone and Electrolysis Process for Ballast Water Treatment

Youmi Jung, Yeojoon Yoon, Eunkyung Hong, Joon-Wun Kang
Yonsei University

Degredation of Recovered Paper Model Contaminants by Ozone

Herisson Alexandre, Marlin Mathalie, Arousseau Marc, Beneventi
Davide
LGP2/Grenoble INP-Pagora/CNRS

Simultaneous Oxidation of Pollutants in Model Solutions and Contaminated Natural Waters in a Semi-Industrial Ozonation Plant

Victor Acha1, Le Vinh Hoang1, Pierre-Henri Trapy1, Alexandre Bak1,
Julien Duquennoy1, Roland Marion2, Christian Coste1, Oliver
Pourret1
1Hyrdogeochemistry and Soil-Environment Interactions (HydrISE);
2ADEME, Direction Villes et Territories Durables

Ozone Tertiary Treatment of Effluent from Pure Oxygen Based Immersed Menbrane Bioreactor Treatment of Textile Wastewater

Karen Connery1, Andre Rambor2, Malcom Fabiyi1
1Praxair, Inc.; 2White Martins South America (SAWM)

Session 10 – UV Disinfection of Water, Wastewater and Air

The LADWP UV challenge: delivering the MP UV facility on schedule amidst regulatory uncertainty

James Collins

Synergism of Low Pressure UV and Chlorine for Water Disinfection

G. Ferrero1, S.G. Salinas‐Rodríguez1, S. Mesele1, Z. Terefe1, L.
Bachert3, P. Buijs2, J.C. Kruithof1, 3, M.D. Kennedy1
1 UNESCO‐IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands;
2Berson Milieutechniek BV, Nuenen, The Netherlands; 3Wetsus,
The Netherlands

The One and Only MS2 UV Dose Response Curve

Thomas Hargy
Tetra Tech – Clancy Environmental Consultants

UV Action Spectra of Pathogens and Surrogates

Tom Hargy1, Karl Linden, Harold Wright, Sara Beck, Tom Larason,
Randi McCuin
1Tetra Tech – Clancy Environmental Consultants

Operations of Wastewater UV Systems: Keys for Success

Gary Hunter1 and Ken Kershner2
1Black & Veatch; 2Aquionics Corporation

Evaluation of Polychromatic Light Sources by Applying Wavelength Dependence of Viral Inactivation Obtained with Monochrometer

Naoyuki Kamiko and Takanori Jogi

Session 11 – AOP Methods in Drinking Water

Basic Investigation of the Degradation Rate of Hydrogen Peroxide in UV-AOP

Sanae Anzai, Tatsuki Koguchi, & Naoyuki Kamiko

Methodology for the Quantification of the Quantum Yield of Micropollutants at 185nm

Clara Duca, Gustavo Imoberdorf, and Madjid Mohseni
Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, University of
British Columbia

UV AOP for Taste and Odor Removal – Comparing Low Pressure and Medium Pressure for a Full-Scale Installation in Korea

Jens Scheidler, Kyung-Hyuk Lee, Phillipp Raichle, Taeyoung Choi,
Hong Sung Dong
Xylem Water Solutions

Impact of UV and Advanced Oxidation Treatment on Assimilable Organic Carbon

Austa M. Parker1, Robyn M. Hawkinson1, Urs von Gunten2, and
Karl G. Linden1
1 University of Colorado at Boulder – Boulder, CO; 2 Eawag –
Dübendorf, Switzerland

Assessing Feasibility of UV and Ozone Based AOP for Treatment of MIB and Geosmin, Algal Toxins, and other Emerging Contaminants

Erik Rosenfeldt1, PhD, PE, Aaron Duke1, BSEE, PE, and Krista
Rule2, PhD
1Hazen and Sawyer; 2University of Michigan

Degradation of Selected Pharmaceuticals and T&O Causing Compounds by UV Photolysis and UV/H2O2 Treatment

Y.M. Slokar1, G. Ferrero1, B.S. Kiwitu1, S.C. Sanya1, P. Buijs2, J.
Kruithof1,3, M.D. Kennedy1
1UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands;
2Berson Milieutechniek BV, Nuenen, The Netherlands; 3Wetsus,
The Netherlands

Session 12 – UV Technology Advances

Is UV-LED the Future of Ultraviolet Water Purification?

Fariborz Taghipour
Chemical & Biological Engineering Department, University of British
Columbia

Mini-fluidic photoreactor for bench-scale photochemical and photobiological experiements

Mengkai Li1, Zhimin Qiang1, Wentao Li1, James R. Bolton2
1Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, China; 2Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta

Real Time Single Detector Dosimetry for Highly Reflective UV Reactors

J. R. Cooper, Gwynne Cavender, Richard May1
1FMC Technologies, Inc.; NeoTech Aqua Solutions, Inc.

Effective Utilization of UVGI for Infection Control in the Healthcare System
Mary Clancy

Deploying UV-C LED technology today
Oliver Lawal
Aquionics Inc.

Mercury-Free, Flat Microplasma Lighting Tiles: Efficient UVC Generation for Water Purification and Disinfection
Sung-Jin Park, Cyrus M. Herring, and J. Gary Eden
Eden Park Illumination, Inc.

 

International Ozone Association (IOA) Conference 2013

Posted by Becky on September 19, 2013 under International Ozone Association, Ozone News | Be the First to Comment

The International Ozone Association (IOA)  & International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA) World Congress & Exhibition 2013 is set to begin this coming Saturday through the following Thursday, September 22-26 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  This year Ozone Solutions will be an exhibitor during the course of the show, which is taking place at The Mirage Hotel & Casino – come and visit us at both #204!Mirage Hotel

We will have information about our products and the services that Ozone Solutions provides.  During the week we will be posting updates, so check back on the journal often to find out what we are doing at the IOA show. For more information about the IOA, visit the following link: http://www.ioa-pag.org/

IOA Conference 2012 – Technical Tours

Posted by Jamie Hansmann on October 2, 2012 under International Ozone Association | Read the First Comment

For their 2012 Conference and Expo, the International Ozone Association capped the event with technical tours to two facilities in Milwaukee:  The Linnwood Water Treatment Plant and the Discovery World Aquarium.  IOA technical tours are intended to give conference attendees the chance to see how ozone is being used at real-world installations – letting them ask questions, deepen their knowledge and (hopefully) broaden their understanding of ozone use.

This year was no different, providing tours of two excellent facilities with one last, excellent meal thrown in as well!

IOA Technical Tour #1:  Linnwood Water Treatment Plant

The first stop on our Wednesday tour was the Linnwood Water Treatment Plant.  The Linnwood WTP has been in operation since 1939, and has been using ozone as their primary disinfectant since 1998.  At the time, the overall ozone retrofit for Milwaukee’s water treatment plants (Linnwood and Howard Avenue) was the largest in the world at $51 million.  Due to security restrictions, photos are prohibited on tours, but here are some statistics, illustrations and stock images (courtesy of Milwaukee Water Works) that give some more details and history about the Linnwood Water Treatment Plant!

1936 MWW Linnwood WTP

The Linnwood Water Treatment Plant in 1936, under construction.

1938 MWW Linnwood WTP

The Linnwood Water Treatment Plant in 1938.

MWW Treatment Process

Milwaukee Water Works Treatment Process

MWW Statistics 2011:

Howard Avenue Treatment Plant rated capacity…………………….. 105 MGD

Linnwood Treatment Plant rated capacity……………………………. 275 MGD
Average Daily Pumpage……………………………… 101 million gallons (MG)
Total Annual Water Sales……………………………….. 32 billion gallons (BG)

Water mains, total length…………………………………………………. 1,956 miles
Water meters in service………………………………………………………… 161,611 Hydrants………………………………………………………………………………… 19,847
Population served…………….. 867,282 in Milwaukee and 15 communities
Area served……………………………………………………………………… 196 sq. mi.
Residential water use…………………………. 46 gallons per person per day
Pumping stations: Two supply stations at the water treatment plants, three major pumping stations, eight repumping stations.

Storage — 40 million gallons in eight tanks
Highest actual pumpage for a 24-hour period was 322 million gallons, on Aug. 2, 1988.

IOA Technical Tour Lunch:  Alterra at the Lake

Lunch for this year’s IOA tour was a stop at Alterra at the Lake, near the shore of Lake Michigan.  The meal included sandwich baskets, chips, and the drink of your choice.  One last, fantastic meal – capping off the trend of great foods during this year’s conference!

Alterra at the Lake - Milwaukee

Alterra at the Lake

IOA Technical Tour #2:  Discovery World Aquarium

The final stop on the technical tour this year was the Discovery World Aquarium, part of the larger Discovery World facility in Milwaukee on the shore of the lake.  Discovery World Aquarium includes both freshwater and saltwater aquariums, where they utilize ozone as a treatment process for water clarity.  The tour provided access and explanation to the workings of the ozone system, how it is used, and the workings of the aquarium as a whole.

Without further ado, here are pictures from the aquarium tour which wraps up Ozone Solutions’ coverage of the 2012 IOA Conference and Expo.  We look forward to attending and supporting the 2013 IOA Conference which is to be held in Las Vegas – see you all there!

 

IOA Conference 2012 – Awards Banquet

Posted by Joel Leusink on September 26, 2012 under International Ozone Association | Be the First to Comment

Last night the International Ozone Association 2012 conference wrapped up with the Awards Banquet.  This is always a great event that allows time to relax and recap a great conference.  The food is always excellent and the atmosphere is enjoyable.

International Ozone Association banquet

Mike Oneby, current International Ozone Association, Pan American Group, president speaking

The banquet was well attended by the conference attendees, speakers, and vendors.  This is a great time to get to know our colleagues in the IOA in a relaxed setting with some great food and humor.

Jeff Neeman, president of the IOA recapped the conference with bit of humor, and showed a presentation of next years planned IOA conference in Las Vegas.  Next year the IOA conference will be a world conference, a joint event with the Pan American, European, and Japan IOA groups.  This will also be a joint event with the International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA).

IOA conference award banquet

Paul Overbeck is receiving an award for his years of service to the IOA

Mike Oneby presented Paul Overbeck an award for his many years of service to the IOA.  Paul not only served as a volunteer to the IOA for many years, he also served as the executive director.  Paul now works for Mazzei Injector Corporation as the vice president of sales.

This years IOA conference was educational and informative.  Next year in Las Vegas the IOA conference will be a world conference with the American, European, and Japan associations meeting together along with the International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA).  For more information on this keep checking the IOA website for updates and details.

Chuck Sopher posed for a picture with me

Dr. Charles Sopher posed for a picture with me

Cameron tapp posing for a picture with me

posing with Kerwin Rakness at the IOA conference

Kerwin Rakness posing with me. Click this image to learn more about the awesome book Kerwin Wrote on the use of ozone in water applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IOA Conference 2012 – Technical Sessions Day 2

Posted by Joel Leusink on September 25, 2012 under International Ozone Association | Be the First to Comment

IOA Conference 2012

The IOA Conference continued into day 2 with a full day of technical sessions.  These focused on the following topics:

  • Municipal ozone drinking water plant operations
  • Waste-water applications with ozone
  • Ozone use in Aquaculture
  • Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOP)
Tuesday 25 September 2012

Tuesday AM (8:15 to 9:45)

 Session 10 – Ozone Operations and Maintenance – 1

Issues and Solutions Concerning Automatic Ozone Dose Control

Kerwin L. Rakness - Process Applications, Inc.

Control of Ozone Quench Using Cascade PID Controller

James Muri - Massachusetts Water Resources Authority

Explosion of an Ozone Destruct Unit (Chemical and Process Incompatibility in an Ozone Facility)

Larry W. Lyford - Helix Water District

Session 11 – Wastewater Treatment and Reuse – 3

A Big Investment in Wastewater Disinfection: Replacing Ozone Equipment at the Southwest Treatment Plant

Jeff Neemann1, Nick Burns1, Robert A. Hulsey1, and Kelly Green2 - 1Black & Veatch International Company, 2City of Springfield

Ozone to Reduce Foaming in Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants

M. Fabiyi1, Achim Ried2, and A. Wieland2 - 1 Praxair, Inc., 2Xylem Water Solutions Herford GmbH

Ozone Application to Municipal Wastewaters: An Innovative and Suitable Approach to Face Current and Next Challenges

Bruno Domenjoud1, Sylvie Baig2, and Santiago Esplugas1 - 1 University of Barcelona 2Degrémont S.A.

Session 12 – Aquarium Applications – 1

Operator Interface Considerations for Automated Ozone Dosage & Control of Aquatic Life Systems

Lonnie Lamb - Walt Disney World

Case Study – Ozone Use at Milwaukee County Zoo

Craig Berg - Milwaukee County Zoo

Case Study – Ozone Use at Discovery World Milwaukee

Ken Billan - Discovery World Milwaukee

Tuesday AM (10:30 to 12 Noon)

Session 13 – Ozone Operations and Maintenance – 2

Switching to Closed Loop Cooling Water for Ozone Generators

Gil Machado - Massachusetts Water Resources Authority

Adding a Redundant Oxygen Feed Line for Ozone Generation

Ken Perry - Massachusetts Water Resources Authority

A Guideline for Conducting Potassium Iodide (KI) Wet Chemistry Tests to Measure Gas Phase Ozone Concentration

Glenn Hunter - Process Applications Inc.

Session 14 – Biofiltration/Biological Treatment Processes

Fixed Bed Biofilm Reactor for the Removal of Ozonation Byproducts

Eric Wert, Samantha Stoughtenger, Holly McNaught, and Julia Lew - Southern Nevada Water Authority

Biofiltration Polishing of Ozone Treated Secondary Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent

Michael Reaume, Rajesh Seth, Kerry McPhedran, and Elizabeth Fidalgo Da Silva - University of Windsor

Combination of Ozone and Biofilter for the Removal of Hard COD – A Winning Concept to Achieve New Regulations for COD Limits in Waste Waters

Achim Ried1, Mauro Coutinho2, and David Meistner2 - 1Xylem Water Solutions Herford GmbH, 2 Centroproject do Brazil

Session 15 – Aquarium Applications – 2

Ozone Retrofit at Atlantis Paradise Island

Andy Aiken1 and John Overby2 - 1National Aquarium in Baltimore, 2Ozone Water Systems, Inc.

Roundtable Discussion – Regulations and What is Next for Ozone Use

All Session 12 and 15 Speakers

Tuesday PM (1:30 to 3:00)

Session 16 – Ozone Systems – 2

Conducting a Tracer Study to Determine Ozone Pipeline Contactor Characteristics

Craig Thompson1, Megan Plumlee1, Julia Lund1, and Jason Yim2 - 1Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, 2 Castaic Lake Water Agency

Ozone Contactor Design Improvements using Computational Fluid Dynamic Modeling

Justin Bartels1, Michael A. Oneby1, and Thomas Bell-Games2 - 1MWH Americas, Inc., 2Burgess & Niple

Procuring a 20-Year Agreement and Warranty for Ozone Generators in Orlando, FL

Greg Taylor1, Chuck DiGerlando2, and Christopher R. Schulz3 - 1CDM Smith , Orlando, FL, 2 Orlando Utilities Commission, 3 CDMSmith, Denver CO.

Session 17 – Bromate Formation and Control – 2

Bromate Formation Differences between Ozone Side-Stream-with-Degas and Diffuser Transfer Systems

Kerwin Rakness1, Bill Mundy2, Fernando Rosario-Ortiz3, and Eric Wert3,4 - 1Process Applications, Inc., 2Regional Municipality of Halton, 3 University of Colorado at Boulder, 4Southern Nevada Water Authority

Study on the Combination of Ozonation and an Advanced Oxidation Process for Taste & Odor and Bromate Control

Yasuhiro Kato1, Naoki Murata1, Nobuyuki Motoyama1, Hiroshi Ebisawa2, Yoichi Sakai2 - 1 Metawater Co. Ltd.2Ibaraki Prefectural Public Enterprise Bureau

Revisiting Ozonation for Colored Groundwater Treatment – The Impact of the Ammonia – Free Chlorine Process for Bromate Control

Keisuke Ikehata1, Ling Wang1,2, Michael B. Nessl1, Andrew T. Komor1, William J. Cooper2, and Robert R. McVicker3 - 1Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc., 2 University of California- Irvine, 3Mesa Water District

Session 18 – Advanced Oxidation Processes

Testing Ozone Based AOP for Removal of Spiked Trace Organic Compounds at Pilot Scale

Achim Ried1, Jenny Wang1, and Rongjing Xie2 - 1Xylem Water Solutions Herford GmbH, 2 PUB National Water Agency of Singapore

Reactivity of Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds during Advanced Oxidation Process

Merih Otker Uslu1,2, Mohammad Feisal Rahman3, Saad Y. Jasim1, Ernest K. Yanful4, and Nihar Biswas2 - 1International Joint Commission, 2University of Windsor, 3 University of Waterloo, 4University of Western Canada

Elimination of Napthalenesulfonic Acid Using Combination of Conventional and Catalytic Ozonation in the Presence of Ni

Evelyn Flores Alberto, Julia Liliana Rodríguez Santillán, and Tatiana Timoshina Lukianova - Superior School of Chemical Engineering, National Polytechnic Institute (ESIQIE-IPN)

Tuesday PM (3:45- 5:15)

Session 19 – Ozone Systems – 3

Life Cycle Cost of an Oxygen Supply System for Ozone Generation

Soujanya Jampala and Malcolm Fabiyi - Praxair, Inc.

 Ozone Costs – Report Update – by the Municipal Task Force – Pan American Group Ad Hoc Committee-Ozone Costs

Nick Burns1, Joseph Drago2, Anthony Dusovic3, Joseph Huang4, Glenn Hunter5, Robert Jarnis6, Saad Jasim7, Ron Joost8, Robert Kim9, James Muri10, - Joseph Nattress11, Susan Walker12, Mike Oneby13, Kerwin Rakness4, Neal Spivey14, Craig Thompson2, and Marino Woo15 - Pag Municipal Task Force 1Black & Veatch,2 Kenendy/Jenks Consultants, 3 Ozonia North America 4CDM Smith, 5 Process Applications Inc.6, Jarnis - Environmental Consulting, 7 International Great Lakes Commission, 8 Carollo Engineers, 9 Mitsubishi Elelctric Power Products, Inc, 10 Massachusetts Water - Resources Authority 11 CH2MHill,12 WEDECO/a Xylem brand, 13MWH Global, 14 Retired, 15 Fuji Electric/Metawater

Session 20 – Bromate Formation and Control – 3

Development of a High Efficient Ozone AOP Reactor with Limited Bromate Formation Potential

Jens Scheideler1, Arne Wieland1, Achim Ried1, and Susan Walker2 - 1Xylem Water Solutions GmbH, 2 Xylem Water Solutions USA

 Fluorescence Determination of Bromate Ions Using TFP

Eri Hasegawa, Natsumi Kita, Dabide Yamaguchi, and Yoshiharu Tanaka - Metawater Co. Ltd.

Effect of the Concentration of NiO in the Catalytic Ozonation of Benzoic, Phthalic and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acids

Diana Magallanes, Julia L. Rodríguez, and T. Poznyak - National Polytechnic Institute (ESIQIE-IPN)

Session 21 – Wastewater Treatment and Reuse – 4

Reuse of Ozone Vent Gas for Aeration at a Wastewater Treatment Plant

Randall B. Marx1, Rong Wang2, Malcolm Fabiyi1, and Ami Gupta2 - 1Praxair, Inc., 2 Praxair (China) Investnment

Application of Ozone to Aerobic Digestors for Enhancing Volatile Solids Reduction: Full-Scale Results Using the Lyso Process

Malcolm Fabiyi1, Asun Larrea1, and Alessio Colleti2 - 1 Praxair, Inc. 2Rivoira, S.p.A.

 Ozone Use for Industrial Wastewater Treatment

Sylvie Baig - Degrémont S.A.

IOA Conference 2012 – Day 1 Technical Sessions

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IOA Conference 2012

Technical Sessions for Day 1 of the 2012 IOA (International Ozone Association) Conference included some wonderful presentations, including some interesting research in the agriculture / food industry and research toward new products and applications.

Topics for the day included the following:

  • Ozone and Drinking Water
  • Ozone use in Food and Agriculture
  • Ozone Treatment of Wastewater
  • Ozone Systems

Monday 24 September 2012

Monday AM (10:30 to 12 Noon)

 Session 1 – Bromate Formation and Control – 1

Low Dose Risks from Bromate: Chemistry and Modes of Action of Low Dose Exposures in Rats and Humans

Joseph A. Cotruvo1, Richard J. Bull2, Brian S. Cummings3, Don Delker4, Guo Zhongxian5, Jeffrey Fisher6, Oscar Quinones7, Shane Snyder8, and Choon - Nam Ong9 - 1 Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC; 2 MoBull Consulting; 3 University of Georgia; 4 University of Utah School of Medicine; 5 PUB, National Water - Agency of Singapore; 6 US Food and Drug Adminstration; 7 Southern Nevada Water Authority; 8 Arizona State University; 9 National University of - Singapore

Panel Discussion – Bromate MCL – Should It Be Raised?

Joseph A. Cotruvo, Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC – Sally Gutierrez, USEPA - Kerwin Rakness, Process Applications, Inc

 Session 2 – Industrial Applications – 1

Comparison between Conventional and Catalytic Ozonation of Terephthalic Acid by TiO 2 and ZnO Catalysts

Iliana Fuentes Camargo1, Julia Liliana Rodríguez Santillán1, Tatiana Timoshina Lukianova1, and Jorge Isaac Chairez Oria2 - 1 Instituto Politécnico Nacional (SEPI-ESIQIE); 2 Instituto Politécnico Nacional (UPIBI)

Ozone Enabled Color Removal and Biosolids Reduction in a Textile Wastewater Plant

Malcolm Fabiyi1, K. Connery1, Paulo Bon2, and Andre Rambor2 - 1 Praxair, Inc.; 2 White Martins Gases Industriais Ltda

Ballast Water – The Market Evolution

C. E. Bud Leffler - Pinnacle Ozone

 Session 3 – Food and Agricultural Applications – 1

Ozone Technologies in Agri-Food: 2012

Charles D. Sopher - C&S Agrisystems, Inc.

Safer Fresh Produce: Meeting the Challenge with Ozone Application

Ahmed Yousef - Ohio State University

Ozone in Food Processing – An Important Text Book

Colm O’Donnell1, Brijesh K. Tiwari2, Patrick J. Cullen3, and Rip G. Rice4 - 1 University College, Dublin; 2 Manchester Metropolitan University; 3 Dublin Institute of Technology; 4 RICE International Consulting

 Monday PM (1:30 TO 3:00)

Session 4 – Milwaukee Water Works – An Ozone Success Story

Benefits of Ozone to Public Health in Milwaukee: 1998 and Beyond

Lon A. Couillard and Patricia J. Klappa - Milwaukee Water Works Company

Milwaukee’s Ozone Facilities – Looking back

Robert A. Hulsey and Jeff Neemann - Black & Veatch

The Evolution of Ozone Operations at Milwaukee Water Works

Daniel Welk - Milwaukee Water Works Company

 Session 5 – Wastewater Treatment and Reuse – 1

The Application of Ozone for the Oxidation of Trace Organic Contaminants from Wastewater

Fernando L Rsario-Ortiz1 and Eric C. Wert2 - 1 University of Colorado at Boulder; 2 Southern Nevada Water Authority

Removal of Pharmaceuticals and Other Chemicals of Emerging Concern by Conventional and Oxidation Processes Used in Wastewater Treatment Plants within the Great Lakes Basin

Linda Schweitzer1, Hajer Ramdan1, D. David Newlin1, Edith Chopin1, Nicholas van Hecke1, Mark Burrows2, Antonette Arvai2, and Saad Jasim2  1 Oakland University; 2 International Joint Commission

Treatment Characteristics of Wastewater Containing Organic Trace Contaminants in Ozone-Added Activated Sludge Process

Fumitake Nishimura1, Yukiko Okada2, Michiko Masuda3, Yuko Nakagawa1, Taira Hidaka1, Taku Fujiwara4 and Hirosh Tsuno1  1 Kyoto University; 2 Yonden Consultants, Inc.; 3 Public Works Research Institute; 4 Kochi University

 Session 6 – Food and Agricultural Applications – 2

Efficient Use of Water and Energy in Agri/Food Industry

Charles D. Sopher1 and Kelly Parmenter2 - 1C&S Agrisystems, Inc., 2EnerNOC

Food Processing and Food Sanitation Success Stories

PAG Agr/Food Task Force Membership

Panel Discussion – What is ahead for Ozone in the Agri/Food Industry

All Session Speakers

Monday PM ( 3:45 to 5:15)

Session 7 – Drinking Water Process Applications

Forty Years of Ozone Experience Treating Drinking Water in the United States

Craig Thompson and Joe Drago - Kennedy Jenks

A Tale of Two Cities – Updating Ozone at Raleigh and Wilmington

Nick Burns1, Ken Best2, and Brad Jones3 - 1 Black & Veatch International Company; 2 City of Raleigh Public Utilties Department; 3 Cape Fear Public Utilities Authority

Effect of Ozone Oxidation on Algal Cells

Eric Wert1,2, Mei Mei Dong1,2, Julie Korak2, and Fernando Rosario-Ortiz2 - 1 Southern Nevada Water Authority; 2 University of Colorado at Boulder

 Session 8 – Wastewater Treatment and Reuse – 2

Innovative Ozonation Applications in Water Reuse

David Hokanson, Sangam Tiwari, Shane Trussell, Fred Gerringer, Dan Gerrity, Teresa Venezia, and Rhodes Trussell - Trussell Technologies

Determination of Oxidant Exposure during the Ozonation of a Municipal Wastewater Plant Effluent

Saad Jasim1, Merih Otker Uslu2, Rajesh Seth2, Nihar Biswas2, and Shahram Tabe3 - 1 International Joint Commission; 2 University of Windsor; 3 Ontario Ministry of the Environment

Ozonation of Secondary Treated Municipal Effluent – A Canadian Perspective

Saileshkumar Singh1, Rajesh Seth1, Shahram Tabe1,2, and Paul Yang2 - 1 University of Windsor; 2 Ontario Ministry of the Environment

 Session 9 – Ozone Systems – 1

How New Ozone Generation Process Changes Operational Economics of Ozone Applications in Municipal Water Treatment

Douglas Neibauer1, Stephen Roberts2, Charles Smith3, Bud Francis4, and Joseph Honner5 - 1 South Central Regional Water District; 2 S Roberts, Co.; 3 Pinnacle Ozone Solutions; 4 Plasma Technics, Inc.; 5 Bartlett & West Engineers, Inc.

Water Reclamation Using a Microplasma Ozone Source – E. coli and Organic Dye Destruction

Jonas Gertsch1, Andrew Armstrong1, Daniel Ebeling1,2, Amol Shirke2, and Joseph Stetter2 - 1 Wisconsin Lutheran College; 2 KWJ Engineering Incorporated

IOA Conference 2012 – Day 1 Opening Session

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Day 1 of the IOA 2012 Conference and Expo is in full swing today, the mayor of Milwaukee, Thomas Barrett,  spoke first.  Mayor Barrett stated Milwaukee has a great history with the use of ozone in drinking water.  in the 1990′s a cryptosporidium outbreak sickened many residents of Milwaukee.  Ozone was implemented as a solution in 1997 and has been very successful.  According to Mayor Barrett Milwaukee is very happy with the use of ozone and Milwaukee would be considered a great example of an ozone successes story.

Mayor Barrett spoke at the Ozone conference for 2012

Milwaukee Mayor, Thomas Barrett

The second speaker of the opening session was Carrie Lewis, the Superintendent of the Milwaukee Water Works.  Carrie came with a wealth of information about ozone and the use of ozone in Milwaukee.  Already in 1871 the water works division was started for fire protection throughout the city.  By 1910 this system was so widespread for those uses and drinking water that chlorine was added as a disinfectant.  Interestingly, ozone was presented as an option to replace chlorine for primary disinfectant in 1912!  It was researched and tested, but deemed unsatisfactory and Chlorine use was continued.  In 1997 ozone was put on line in Milwaukee.  This is an issue that has come full circle.  Here we are 100 years later discussing the use of ozone in this same water system.

The keynote speaker of the opening session was Lana Pollack, Chair of the International Joint Commission (US Section).  She spoke about her work with the IJC and the environmental and political aspects involved with water quality in the Great Lakes and border regions.  The IJC was formed in 1909 between the United States and Canada to settle border water disputes.  This organization in in charge of 4,000 miles of border and 300 individual bodies of water.  For more information visit www.ijc.com.

IOA 2012 Opening Session Keynote

IOA 2012 Opening Session Keynote – Lana Pollack