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AUSTRALIAN WATER AND WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION

INDEX OF PAPERS PRESENTED TO

FEDERAL CONVENTIONS 1966-1987 AND

SUMMER SCHOOLS 1964-1980 AND

WATER TREATMENT SYMPOSIUM~l965 Papers are grouped under the subject headings shown below and are listed chronologically as "Conventions'~ "Summer Schools" or "Water Treatment Symposium'~

SUBJECT HEADINGS INDUSTRIAL WATER QUALITY INDUSTRIAL WASTES TO SEWERS INDUSTRIAL WASTE TREATMENT INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL LABORATORY METHODS OF ANALYSIS MARINE DISPOSAL OCEAN OUTFALLS RADIO-ACTIVE WASTE

SAFETY SEWERAGE SYSTEMS SLUDGE DISPOSAL STORMWATER QUALITY TERTIARYTREATMENTAND NUTRIENT CONTROL WASTE DISPOSAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT

WATER DISINFECTION WATER FLUORIDATION WATER MANAGEMENT WATER POLLUTION WATER QUALITY WATER RE-USE WATER TREATMENT


SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

SUMMER SCHOOLS

INDUSTRIAL WATER QUALITY CONVENTIONS

Municipal Versus on-site Treatment for Industrial Wastes

C.D. Parker

1975

Paper & Pulp Industry

N.E. Norman

1966

New Developments in the Treatment & Disposal of Industrial Wastewaters

AL Downing

1975

Chemical & Metallurgical Industries

KF. Melouney

1966 Pretreatment and Disposal of Liquid Wastes

B.S. Sanders

1978

Textile Industry

LE. Way

1966

Treatment of Industrial Discharges

K.J. Hartley

1980

Power Industry

C.Muir

1966

Food Industry

C.M Sims

1966

Water Management at the Alco Aluminium Smelter-Portland

J. Dickie

198 1

The Application of Automated Instrumentation to Water & Wastewater Treatment

K.P. Knitter

1973

INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL SUMMER SCHOOLS

INDUSTRIAL WASTES TO SEWERS CONVENTIONS Industrial Effluents Acceptance

to

Sewers- General Principles for

A Comparison of the Practices of the Sewerage Authorities in the Commonwealth of Australia Relating to the Admission of

Telemetry AppLied to Water & Sewerage Systems

RP. Thompson

1973

LG. Mitchell

1966

Controls and Monitoring Systems for Water & Wastewater ... Plants

MB. Dureau

1978

LJ.Adarns

1966

CONVENTIONS Automatic Control of Filtration Plants

D.J. Rickard

1981

Application of pH and rH (redox) Control in Automatic

G.R Drury

1981

From Litmus to Logic Systems- A Brief Introduction to some Aspects of Water QuaLity Monitoring

C. D. Kimpton

1981

Instrumentation and Computer-based Process Control -

D. I. Knudsen

1985

RT. Chuck& RD. Richwine

1987

Determination of Trace Metals at Threshold Levels in Seawater & Industrial Wastes

T.M. F lorence

1974

The Determination of Carbon, Nitrogen & Phosphorus in

D.B. Bursill

1974

Pesticides in Water

T.M. Florence et al

1974

Photometric Techniques for the Identification of Chlorinated ' Solvents

C.D. Kimpton

1977

The Application of Inhibition of the BOD test as a Measure of

N.C. Boston & S.B. Hure

1983

Toxicity of Certain Substances

D.K. Brady

1983

Receiving Water Standards for Ocean Disposal of Sewage

LC. Smith

1968

L Henry& C. Barton

1968

Trade Wastes to Sewers Policies for Liquid Trade Waste Discharges to Sewerage Systems

AD. Wirnpole

1977

Swim Pool Water Treatment

Learning from U.S. Experiences

INDUSTRIAL WASTE TREATMENT

latest Trends in Water & Wastewater Automation:

CONVENTIONS

A Case Study

Food Cannery Waste Treatment by Lagoon Oxidation Ditch

C.D. Parker

1966

Operational Problems in the Control of Cooling Waters

N. Heron

1966

Case Histories of Treatment of Oil Refinery & Food Processing Wastes

AG. Strom

1974

New Concepts in the Handling of Industrial Wastes

AK. Coleman

1974

Water Quality Control at Coal Washeries

J. Ellisetal

1974

Determination of the Kinetic Constants for the Anaerobic

MC. Sanders

1977

Laboratory Techniques for the Process Design of Carbon Absorbers

J.G. Parker

1977

High Rate Biofiltration of Abattoir Wastewater

S.D . Moodie et al

1977

Treatment of Leachate from a Sanitary Landfill

P.S. Bull et al

1977

Municipal VS on-site Disposal of Trade Waste

A Pettigrew

1977

LABORATORY METHODS OF ANALYSIS CONVENTIONS

Treatment of Wine Stillage

Waters

Case Study - Abattoir Effiuent Treatment Plant

RW. de Lange

1979

A Method for Estimating Odour Concentrations bund

The Composition, Treatment and Disposal of Animal Sleyard Wastes

J.G. Parker et al

1979

Wastewater Treatment Plants

Industrial Wastes & Domestic Treatment Systems- Pricing & Administrative PoLicies

P.F. Greenfield & S.P. Moodie

1979

Saline Waste Disposal from a Power Station- A Chemical Proposal

D. G. Saunders

1981

Removal of Metallic Contaminants from Water

S.R LaBrooy

1981

Industrial Wastewater Discharges to Cockburn Sound

P.J. Murphy

1981

MARINE DISPOSAL CONVENTIONS

J.G. Parker

1981

Ocean Outfall Investigations with Particular Reference to Diffusion & Dispersion Solving Pollution Problems in Tidal Estuaries

KR Oakley

1968

Non-odorous Management and Disposal of Tannery Wastes

MC. Goronszy et al

1981

Removal of Floatable Material from Domestic Sewage at the Gold Coast

J.C. Rivett

1968

Cooling Water Disposal

D. W . Saunders

1981

B. Rigde n et al

1968

1983

The Geelong Ocean Outfall Sewer - A Review of 50 Years' Operation

AW. Cooke

Use of a Rotating Biological Contactor for the Treatment of Sugar Mill Wastes

Biochemical Purification of Starch- Detergent Effluent

Near Shore Pollution Studies in Port Phillip Bay 1983

C.D. Parker et al

1970

A Hamza

The Consequences of Wastewater Discharge into Port

G.B. Frecker

1974 1974

Factors Influencing the Treatment of High Strength Wastes from the Potato Processing Industry by Anaerobic

Fermentation

Treatment of Wastewater in the Coal Mining Industry - A Case Study

P.P. Dougas & G.K. Pyke

1983

Treatment of Tar Sands Wastewaters by Means of Air

Use of Mathematical Mcxlels for Pollution Prediction in

J.B. Hinwood &

1983

Tidal Waters

W.T. O'Brien

Flotation

G.D. Boardman, B.T. Nolan et al

A radiosotope study of the dispersion of ferric hydroxide

A Davison

19 83

Experiences in Pigwaste Treatment in Singapore

P.R Nadebaum et al

1985

floe in Bass Strait

Advances in Biomethanation of Industrial Wste-An

J.G. Parker& B.J. Lyons

1985

G.J. Vines D .S. Barkley et al

1987

MJ. Healey, MJ. Phillips et al

1985

the Disposal of Indttstrial Wastewaters

Ocean Outfall Systems

N.A. Brodie et al

1975

Design of Ocean Outfall Systems

N.A. Brodie& RS. Stokes

1975

Overview The Development of a Land Disposal Treatment System for

Phillip Bay

Technical and Environmental Aspects of Ocean Disposal

of Wastewater

Hazardous Liquid Spill Recovery and Treatment

C.B. Murphy et al

1985

Ground Water Reclamation, Gilson Road Hazardous Dump Site Nashua, New Hampshire

F .J. McGarry & B.L Lamarre

1985

A Study of Leachate Potential of SoLid Wastes from Landfill

K.K. Chin et al

1985

Characteristics of Leachate from Chemically Fixed Metal Bearing Wastewaters

D. Barnes, D.J. Cook et al

1985

OCEAN OUTFALLS SUMMER SCHOOLS

Hazardous Waste Evaluation-An Australian Perspective

R McFarland et al

1987

Treatment of U.S.U. Dairy Wastewaters by LagoonIntermittent Sand Filtration

E.M Claus

1987

Selection of Treatment Technologies for Industrial Wastes

P.R Nadebaum et al

1987

CONVENTIONS Waste dispersion in the Ocean

E.W. Flaxman et al

1981

Radioisotope Studies on the Paradox in Dispersion and Agglomeration of Sewage Greases Discharged from Ocean

ADavisoo, J.F. Easy & B.W. Seatonberry

1981

Outfalls


SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

AUTHOR

SUBJECT

YEAR

RADIO-ACTIVE WASTE

Tertiary Treatment of Wastewater using Aquatic Plants

N.A Smith et al

1983

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Eutrophication and the need for nutrient removal and control

J.L Sk.icko

1983

Biological Availability of Particulate Associated Phosphorus

B. T. Hart et al

1983

Biological nutrient removal in South Africa

D. W. Osborn et al

1985

Biologically Enhanced Removal of Phosphorus from Wastewater

W.G.C. Raperetal

1985

New Perspectives on Biological Phosphate

A Gerberet a/

1985

Nutrient Control Technology in Canada

N. W. Schmidtke et al

1985

Rapid Nutrient Removal using an Aquatic Ecosystem

B. L Simmons et al

1985

Modelling of Activated Sludge Systems for Nutrient Removal

G.vR Marais

1987

The Management of Radieractive Wastes- A General View

E.D. Hespe

1978

SAFETY SUMMER SCHOOLS Safety of Dams & Hydraulic Structures Inc luding Monitoring

RH.W. Barnett

1978

SEWERAGE SYSTEMS SUMMER SCHOOLS

Full Scale Evaluation of Biological Removal Process

F. Murakami et al

1987

Australian Sewerage Collection Systems - State-of-the-Art

RL Duance

1975

Biological Nutrient Removal in Perth

K Cadee eta/

1987

Sewerage Odour Control Systems

C.D. Parker

1975

Biologically Enhanced Removal of Phosphorus from

1987

Wastewater

W.G.C. Raper& B.E. Price

Design of Sewers for the Prevention of Odours

RJ.H. McGraph

1975

Influence of the Readily Biodegradable C.O.D. Fraction on the Degree of Biological Phosphorus Removal

18. Law, D . Barnes, P.J. Bliss & P. Evans

1987

Technical and Economical Evaluation of Crystallization for Phosphorus Removal

MMaeda& Y.Furuhata

1987

CONVENTIONS Microbial Sulphate Reduction Kinetics

W.M. Drew et al

1981

A Rational Design Basis for Sewage Sulfide Control Facilities

D. Fullford et al

1981

Experiments in Deodorisation ofVentiJated Gases from a Major Sewer

E.E. Goleb& J.M. Breene

1981

An Evaluation of Biologiocal Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal at Pilot Scale for Bendigo Unsettled Sewage

KC. Lindrea, MP. Peters et al

1987

Was_tewater Odour Control Investigations in Perth

B.S. Sanders

1981

Phosphorus Removal for Existing Plants

D.O. Zines et al

1987

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Alternative Wastewater Management in Perth

RJ. Fimmel et al

1981

Comparison of Design Infiltration Rates with Rates Determined from Measured Sewage Flows

J.B. Murray

1981

Nitrogen & Phosphorus Removal

RL Woodward

1973

Design of Separate Sewer Systems for NSW Country Towns

N.A. Brady et al

1983

New Philosophies of Tertiary Treatment

B.J. Ford

1978

Studies of Sulphate Removal in a Model Sewer

G.A Holder et al

1983

Advanced Wastewater Treatment

B.S. Sanders

1978

Tertiary Treatment of Wastewaters

B.W. Gould

1980

Los Angeles Inf~tration/ Inflow Reduction Program

RA Parent et al

1985

Perth's Southern Sewerage System

B.S. Sanders et al

1985

Low Cost Methods of Reducing Nuisance Odours and Sulfide Problems in Sewerage Systems

MH. Muston

1985

Measurement of Sulfide Generation Rates in Sewer Slimes using a Rotating Drum Biofilm Reactor

J.Y. Hauser & G .A. Holder

1985

SLUDGE DISPOSAL CONVENTIONS

WASTE DISPOSAL CONVENTIONS Disposal of Farm Manure

LHenry

1966

Sewage Effluent Disposal to a Temperature Coastal Dune Wetland Area - A Case Study

E.A Scribner

1979

Land Disposal of Sewage Effluent

P. Moses& G.L Thomsen

1979

AL Downing

1974

Acid Waste Neutralisation Using Limestone Bearing Sand

G.E. Ho& B. Nguyen-Cong

1979

Sludge Treatment & Disposal in Perth

B.S. Sanders

1974

RC. Aberley G .A Carthew

1974

Disposal of Saline Minewater by Dilution in Stream Floodwaters

N.D. Jones& P.G. Hughes

1979

Solids Disposal System for Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre

N. Cowper et al

1983

Wastewater Management Srudy of the Western Port Catchment and the Momington Peninsula

Special Task Group

1981

Long Distance Pumping of Sewage Sludge in the Sydney Region Pilot Alum Sludge Drying Lagoons

R Yip

1983

Sludge incineration - The Lower Molonglo Water Water Quality Control Centre

D.M. Philp

Aspects of Sludge Handling and Disposal

lB. Law

Treatment & Disposal of Seweage Sludges- Some Recent Developments in the U.K.

,.

Significance of Sewage Lagoon Algae in Recieving Waters

P.D. Sutherland

1981

T.D. Meagher

1981

1985

Alteration of Effluent and Environment during Disposal from a Titanium Dioxide Process Plant into Coastal Dunes and the Sea at Bundbury, WA

1985

The Use or Transpiration Beds for Domestic Wastewater

S.J.E. Parker

1981

Determining the capability of Alpine streams to assimilate sewage effluent

P. Cullen& RNorris

1983

On-site wastewater disposal in Perth

G.J. Sewards & RJ. Fimmel

1983

Disposal in Victoria

STORMWATER QUALITY SUMMER SCHOOLS Urban Stormwater Quality

B.T. Hart

1975

Improvement of Quality of Stonnwater Discharges to Rivers & Lakes

RD.C. Lloyd

1975

Nutrient Effects of Stormwaters on Lakes & Streams

lC. Smalls

1975

WASTEWATER TREATMENT CONVENTIONS Low Cost Oxidation of Sewage Sludge

G.H. Teletzke

1966

TERTIARY TREATMENT & NUTRIENT CONTROL

Recent Developments in the Technology of Wastewater Treatment

W.W. Eckenfielder

1974

CONVENTIONS

Design of Rotating Filters for Small Communities

E.A Ouano et al

1977

Ammonia Removal with Spray Towers

S.Y. lpetal

1977

Experience with Hydrogen Peroxide in an Activated Sludge Plant

J.L Bristow

1977

Operation & Maintenance of Small Wastewater Treatment Plants

D. Barnes et al

1977

E.P.A. Guidelines for Advanced Wastewater Treatment Meeting Water Quality Criteria by Biological Processes

J.D. Smith

1974

RD. Starkey et al

Physico Chemical Pilot Plant

LO. Kolarik et al

1974

A Review of Recent Developments for removal of Phosphorus and Nitrogen from wastewater

RF. Goldfinch & L Vitols

1977

Biological Nitrogen Control in Wastewater Effluents

P.J. Bliss et al

1979

Full Scale Studies of Process Requirements for Biological Nitrification

P.J. Bliss & D. Barnes

1981

The Use of Algae for the Tertiary Treatment of Wastewater

J. Sk.icko et al

1981

Phosphorus Assimilation in the Nepean River, New

B.L Simmons

1981

E. P. Hodgkin

1980

South Wales Study of Eutorphic Estuary: The Peel-Harvey Estuarine System of the South-Western Western Australia Biological Enhanced Removal of Phosphorus from domestic Wastewater

W.G.C. Raper

Nutrient Reduction in Wastewater Effluent Bardenpho and lime Addition Pilot Studies

lH. Pittaway & J.C. Smith

1983 1983

Wastewater Management Planning & Public Participation

RF. Goode

1977

Added Enzymes in Aerobic Waste Treatment Systems

R Brunner et al

1979

Use of the Oxidation Ditch as the Aeration Stage in Major Activated Sludge Plants

J.A Crockett

1979

Development of the B 4000 - A Single Vesse l Sequentially Operated Extended Aeration Wastewater Treatment Plant

R W. T. Chong & J.N. Giles

1979

High Rate Primary Treatment

lG. Walliseta l

1979

Sewage Odour Problems-Are Some Large Plants too Big?

D.K Brady et al

1979

The Problem of Algae in Aerobic Lagoon Effluent

P.J. Carson

1979

Development of a Rational Approach to Trickling Filter Design

G.M. Vaughan & G.A Holder

1979

The Control of Septicity in a Loog Rising Main

LS. Campbell et al

1979


SUBJECT Removal of AJgae from Aerobic Lagoon Effluent using a

AUTHOR

YEAR

P.J. Carson & MA. Clewett

1981

Biological Upflow Filter

SUBJECT

AUTHOR Priestley &

YEAR

Sewage Treatment Combining Physico-Chemical Clarifi~on

r4... _f

& Anaerobic Digestion

MA Woods

Introduction of a Substrate Gradient to Improve the Settling Characteristics of Activated Sludge

RG. Tuft

1987 1987

1987

Sewage Treatment with Water Weeds

J.D. Jackson et al

1981

Algal Growth in Primary Settled Sewage - a Factorial Study on the Effects of Five Variables

S.R lppetal

1981

Sewage Treatment for Small Communities

IO.Hartley

Dewatering of Waste Activated Sludge- Field Trials with Solid Bowl Centrifuges and a Band Press Filter

B. V. Kavanagh er al

1981

Inlet Works: Where are they going ?

C.Davis

1987

J.S. Nielsen & C.F . Hayes

1987

1981

Sludge Bulking Problems at a Large Intermittently Decanted Activated Sludge Plants

Detection and Detenn ination of Odours from Waste Treatment Facilities

ti Swan, D. Barnes er al

1987

Dewatering Characteristics of Singapore Sewage Sludge

K.K. Chin er al

Treatme nt of Sludge from Septic Tanks

B. Jamonet et al

198 1

Toward a Better Understanding of the Role of the Secondary Sedimentation Tank in Activated Sludge Systems

J.W. Love ll

198 1

Treatment of "Difficult" Wastewaters

D. Barnes

1987

Experiences with Dissolved Oxygen Uptake Tests in Various Sewage Treatment Plants using Clean Water

J.l. Bristow

1981

Impact of Organic Shock Loads on Activated Sludge Systems

KA. Mallat! er al

1987

AJ. Gale

1981

T.J. Schultz, T. Jones et al

1987

Biological Nitrification - Denitrification- State-of-the-Art

Aerobic/ Anaerobic Stratified Lagoon for the Treatment and Storage of High Strength Wastewaters

Energy Considerations in Municipal Wastewater Treatment

lH. Pittaway

1981

Performance of a Small Scale Rotating Biological Contactor

G.l. Hanna

1981

J.D. Scholes & 0. Barnes

1987

Use of Radiosotope Techniques in Preliminary Studies of the

D. Barnes,

1987

D.M. Hutchinson

1981

RA Canham

1983

Wastewater Lagoons in Tropical Areas

J.A Crockett et al

1983

Towards Optimal Design of the Nitrifying Activated Sludge

P.J. Bliss & D. Barnes

1983

Process Performance of Australia' s first Denitrifying Package P lant

P.C. Sweeney et al

1983

Hydraulic Behaviour of Wastewater Treatment Lagoons Developments in Oxygen Activated Sludge Treatment in

Treating Domestic Wastewater Interaction of Design and Operation on Performance of Sewage Treatment Plants

W. Hicks eta/

Australia

Current Initiatives and Direction of Wastewater Treatment in the USA

An Engineering Approach to a Completely Mixed Activated Sludge (CMAS) System

S.Y. lp& J.S. Bridger

1983

Evaluation of Control Measurers for Filamentous Bulking of

RG. Tuft

1983

Activated Sludge

Use of Aquatic Plants to Treat Wastewater in Irrigation Areas

C.M Finlayson

1983

Treatment of High Strength Wastewaters by an Anaerobic F luidised Bed Process

D. Barnes et al

1983

An Analys is of Submerged Aeration Rating, Methods, Application and Testing

G.M. Fraser

of Australia

A Proven Concept for the Aeration of Water, Sewage and

1983

SUMMER SCHOOLS Sludge Disposal

RC. Aberley

Current Status of Wastewater Treatment

G.G. Cillie

1973

Wastewater Effluent Standards

MJ. F lynn

1973

1973

B.0.0. Tests

B.F. Christiansen

1973

The Design and Application of True Mixed-Media Filters in Water & Wastewater Systems

Rti Evers

1973 1973

Aeration Innovations

RC. Aberley

The Pasveer Extended Aeration Channel

R Lloyd

1973

Surface & Diffused Air Aeration Activated Sludge Experience in the U.K.

V.ti Lewin

1973

Land Treatment of Sewage

C.F. Kirby

1975

Design of Sewage Treatment Plants

RC. Aberley

1975

Upgrading Existing Wastewater Treatment Plants

J.J. Ryan

1975

Packaged Wastewater Treatment P lants

RJ.H. McGrath

1975 1975

D. Schneidt

1983

New Developments in Sewage Plant Design

Al. Downing

Glass Container Plant Wastewater Treatment

F.E. Fleer

1983

Treatment of Wastewater from Caravan Parks

0. Barnes et al

1978

Flow Path and Resistance Time Studies in Wastewater Treatment Lagoons using Radioactive Tracers

G.l. Hanna

1983

Flotation Rises to the Occasion

M Dureau

1978

Trends in Wastewater Treatment

B.W. Gould

1980

Removal of Priority Pollutants in the Activated Sludge Process

W .W . Eckenfelder Jr & A Wadkin

1983

The Effluent Gu idelines Development Process in the United States

J.D. Gallup

1983

WATER DISINFECTION

J.G. Paker

1983

SUMMER SCHOOLS Chlorination

MA. Simmonds

1973

T. Fujioka er al

1985

Disinfection of Water & Wastewater

K. Mostyn

1978

A Comparison of Combined Trickling Filte r and Activated Sludge Processes

G.T. Daigger, J. W. Filbert et al

1985

Ozone in Water and Wastewater Treatment - A Status Report

D.M. Forster, E.G. Estrallado er al

1985

W.G. Shifrin & P.F. Johnson

1981

The Finit Large-scaled use of CIG' s " Enviroshield" Activated Sludge Process

Formation of Trihalomethanes During Chlorination of

N. H. Pilkington &

1981

Biological Foam and Scum Formation in Activated Sludge Treatment Systems

l. Blackall, A Pettigrew er al

1985

Algae Laden Surface Waters

LRJ. Van Vuuren

All about Ozone, its Advantages and Disadvantages of

M Schalekarnp

1983

Laboratory and Plant Scale Trials Using Pickle Liquor for Nocardia Control in Activated Sludge Plants

C.W. Heath& J. Chan

1985

Treating Water J.N. Hart

1983

Appli~ation of Monitoring for Filamentous Organisms for

RG. Tuft

1985

Field Trials of Chlorantination for Disinfection of Rural ¡ Water Supplies in South Australia

B. S. Robinson, RP. Walters et al

1985

S.Y. Ip er al

1985

History of Converting from Chlorine to C hlorantines in Southern California

E.G. Means, M J. McGuire et al

1987

Two-stage Separation - A Possible Improvement of the Biological Wastewater and Sewage Treatment Plant Design

B. Rosen

1985

Formation of Decay of Monochloramine in South Australian

P.M. Thomas

1987

Performance and Flow Characteristics of an Anaerobic

K. Brown& P.F. Greenfield

1985

Baffled Reactor Operational Experiences of A WT Facilities, Sanford Sewage Distric~ Maine

T.J. McGarry & D.W. Grogan

1985

Factors Influencing the Design and Performance of Large-

G.P. Skerry, J.G . Parker et al

1985

scale Anaerobic-aerobic Lagoons incorporating Recirculation

The Medical & Chentical Aspects of F luoridation

E.A Fanning

1973

The Removal of Heavy Metals from Raw Sewage by Fine

AJ. Priestley

1985

Fluoridation Stations, Equipment, Operations & Maintenance

P.H. Hicks et al

1973

G.J. Wilheim

1981

Water: A National Problem

B. J. Callinan

1964

Water Quality Management in Victoria

K.D. Green

1972

Effluent

Des ign of Large Scale Anaerobic- Aerobic Lagoon Systems

Incorporating Final Effluent Recirculation Advanced Treatment of Secondary Sewage Effluent by a

Membrane Process

Methods of Automatic Chlorine Residual Control

Control of Activated Sludge Plants

The Development of the Alternating Aerobic/ anaerobic Completely Mixed System

Water Supply Systems

Magnetic Particles

Performance of Automatic Wastewater Screenings Disposal

CONVENTIONS

WATER FLUORIDATION SUMMER SCHOOLS

CONVENTIONS l Unkovich

1985

Treatment of Urban Run-off in Australia

AG. Goyen et al

1985

Regu lation of Toxicity in Wastewater Effluents

Rl Isaac

1985

Sludge Bulking Problems in Activated Sludge Plants

P.F. Greenfield

1987

WATER MANAGEMENT

Refinements in the Anaerobic Sludge Digestion Process

ML Lever

1987

CONVENTIONS

Variable Recycle Routes for Trickling Filter-Activated Sludge Combinations to Minimise Electric Power

J. Roberts& C. Harris

1987

P lants in Perth

Requirements

Fluoridation by Dissolved Powder Method a t the Horsley Road plant of the MWS&DB, Sydney


SUBJECT

AUTHOR

The Management of Underground Water Supplies in Relation to Water Quality Maintenance

J.S. Hancock

YEAR

AUTHOR

SUBJECT

1972

New Trends in the Development and Exploitation of Water Resources

YEAR

AL Downing

1975

Water Quality Control on the River Murray

HI. Beaney

1972

Public Involvement in Environment Studies

C. Mayfield

1978

The Role ofB.O.D. in Water Quality Management

A Herzog

1972

Effiuent Control in a Mining-Milling Complex

S.J. Harding

1978

Problems in Water Usage in the Victorian Power Industry

G. Bonafede et al

1972

Strategies of Catchment Management

W.D. Williarns

1978

Management of Water Quality in New Storages - A Case Study

AI. Lawrence & P. J. Somerville

1977

Water Ecosystem Risk Analysis

D.E.J. Garman

1980

Multi-objective Planning in Water Resource Management

Al Lawerence

1977

Involving the Public in Water Management

P. Cullen

Utilisation of an Urban Lake in Water Quality Management

P. B. Lansdown

Water Quality Management in the Canberra Metropolitan Region

W.L Higgins & Al Lawrence

1977

Regional Basin Water Quality Study - An Introduction

D. A. Henley et al

1977

Water & Wastewater Forecasting Techniques

F.B. Barnes et al

1977

Economic Policies for Service Authorities - Public

E.J. Gelliland

1977

T.D. Waite et al

1979

The N orthcm Adelaide Plains

P.J. Manoel

1980

Recreational Use of Reservoirs

D.J. Lane

1980

1977

The Philosophy of Australian Water Legislation

S.D. C lark

1980

1977

The Development of Legislation for Water Resource Management in South Australia

HT. Tuckwell

1980

J.B. M ulvany

1966

CONVENTIONS

Expectations versus Realities The Influence of Water Quality Information on Water

WATER POLLUTION

Resource Management Practice

Storm Pollution with Particular Reference to the Latrobe Val ley

Environmental Implications of Water Supply Intake Structures

H Bandier

1979

Water Pollution in N. S. W.

D.K. Thistlethwayte et al 1970

Hydraulic Model Study for Beardy Waters Darn

T.L Piggott et al

1979

E.A Scribner

1970

Hawkesbury River Basin - Water Pollution Control Study

J.D. Brown et al

1981

Water Pollution in Rel ation to the Fisheries Resources of N.S.W.

Toxicity Testing as a Water Quality Management Tool in Australia

LC. Campbell & B.T. Hart

1981

1970

Assessment of Competing Demands including Environmental Requirements in Allocating Thomson River Water Resources

RB. Johnson

Water Quality Management in the Nerang River estuary

C.D. Parker

Water Pollution in Victoria

J.D. Lang

The Problem of Water Pollution in South Australia

A Haughey

1970

1981

Water Pollution in Australia- A Forward Look

C.J. Price

1970

A Draft Policy for the Water Environment based on Swedish Experiences

B. Gustafsson & E. Jsgard

1974

1981

W. Eckenfielder

1974

The Cockburn Sound Environmental Study: 1975-1979

R G. Chittleborough

1981

Economic & Technical Considerations in the Establishment

Water Supply and Water Disposal Problems of our Spaceship Earth

J.H. Stacha

1983

of Industrial Effluent Guidelines in the United States 1977

J.M. Anderson

1983

Water Pollution Control Strategies & the Polluter Pays Principle

M Lester

A Trophic State Model fo r Reservoirs

Low Cost Destratification in Small Upland Reservoirs

LC. Smalls et al

1983

Control of Wastes from Boats on the River Murray in S.A.

JU. Hartley

1977

Creation of an Artificial Lake for Recreational Use - A Case Study

P. McGhee

1983

Mine Waste Pollution Study - Lake Burley GriJfm Catchment

B.J. Fitzgerald & AD. Haldane

1977

Protection of Natural Waters from the Effects of Excessive Enrichment- Development of Models

A.I. Downing

1983

Forms of Heavy Metals in Secondary Sewage Effiuent

S.H.R Davies & B.T . Hart

1977

Domoinant Issues Facing the Water Industry in Australia

KW. Lewis

1985

Water Quality Study of Pumicestone Passage- a Preliminary

MC.Miller

1979

Managing the River Thames Basin

H. Fish

1985

Asset Creation in Melbourne's Water Industry-History Perspectives

J.H. Greer

1985

The Effect of Storm-Included Freshwate r Discharge into a Saltwater Harbour

J. D. Jackson

1979

Performance Measurement and Reporting and Accountability

E. Mel Holmes

1985

Significance of Storm Run-off in Determining Quality of Surface Waters

P.J. Bliss

1979

RE. Phelines

1985

Water Source Selection and Treabnent Technology for

R W. Vickers

198 1

J. A Watkins

1985

Some Public Health Aspects of Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal in Hot Climate Countries

N.A. Aziz

1981

A Column Study of the Movement of Enteric Bacteria Through Two Sand Soils o( the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia

W.F. Parker& B.A. Carbon

1981

in the Water Industry in Victoria

Measures Taken to Maintain Water Supply under Extreme Drought Conditions Water Supply Problems in Hong Kong

Assessment

,-

developing Countries

Infrastructure and Procluctivity-rehibilitation Priorities

F.J. Agardy

1985

Training of Treatment Plant Operators - A Computer-Based Simulator Approach

B.M. Harley

1985

Planning for a Regional Water Supply Scheme in West Johor, Malayasia

RJ. Hammett & S.H. Koh

1985

Global Challenges in Water Pollution Control

HA. Tow

1985

G.N .S. Earp, J.R Jackson eta/

1985

J. Wilcox& J. Court

1985

Investigation and Design of Engineering Works for Development of the Groundwater at Barwon Downs

The use of Economic Incentives in the Control of Water Pollution in Australia The Retention of Pollutants and the Related Tidal

MM Von Winterberg, LD. Bowen et al

1985

R E. Williams & S. Wylie

1987

Hypolimnetic Inflow and Response in a Secondary Water Reservoir Asset Management: Learning from the Past and Planning for the Future

F. Pincruk

1987

Water Sector Capital Inventory

KD. Ward

Water Supplies for Small Communities Regionalisation on the M.W.S. & D .B. -The Illawarra

Characteristics of the Manning River

SUMMER SCHOOLS Water Pollution Legislation (State)

L de W. Henry

1973

1987

Water Pollution Legislation ( Commonwealth)

C.J. Price

1973

D.E.J. Garman

1987

Environment Impact Studies

RG. Calvert

1975

1987

Experience

W.R Hazell& MH. Muston

Environmental Surveys - Their Design and the Interpretation of the Data

B. Hart & T.D. Waite

1978

Management of Water Supplies in Drought Times

J.M. Anderson et al

1987

Water Pollution Control Legislation

J.F. Pottinger

1978

Demand, Consumption & Unaccounted for Water in F.E.LD.A Settlements in Rural Malaysia

G.M. Hewitt

1987

A Practical Approach to Leachate Control and Monitoring

S. Hollis& M Story

1978

An Economic Approach to Establishing Water Supply Leakage Control Policies

LH. Sharp

1987

Problems Associated with Establishing Legal Standards for Pollution Control

J. Cairns

1978

W ater Cycle and Public Service of Environmental Control: The Management Model for cleaning up the Gulf of Naples

P. Dell'Anno

1987

Water Pollution Control in the South-East of South Australia

G. Wood& P.D. Harvey

1980

Water Pollution Control in New Zealand

ME.U. Taylor

1980

Storage & Water Quality- The Effect of Algae

E. & w.s. Dept S.Aust

1964

The Effect of Storage & Distribution on the Quality of Water in Darwin

C. D. Parker& H Wilson

1964

Developments in Australian Hydrology

KJ. Langford

1987

A Modelling Study of Drainage from Berriquin Irrigation District, New South Wales

D. Garman, F. Kalf eta /

1987

Canning Vale Groundwater Recharge Study

L W. Edmonds et al

1987

WATER QUALITY SUMMER SCHOOLS

CONVENTIONS

Catchment Management

D.M. Stodard

1973

Basin Management - A Progress Report

AL Downing

1975

Mathematical Modelling-An Introduction

RE. Melch~rs

1978

Basin Studies in Australia

D.A. Reinsch

1975


SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

RADIO-ACTIVE WASTE

Tertiary Treatment of Wastewater using Aquatic Plants

N.A Smith et al

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Eutrophication and the need for nutrient removal and control

J.l Skicko

1983

Biological Availability of Particulate Associated Phosphorus

B. T. Hart et al

1983

Biological nutrient removal in South Africa

D.W. Osborn et al

1985

Biologically Enhanced Removal of Phosphorus from Wastewater

W.G.C. Raper et al

1985

The Management of Radio-active Wastes- A General View

E.D. Hespe

1978

SAFETY SUMMER SCHOOLS

1983

New Perspectives on Biological Phosphate

A Gerber et al

1985

Nutrient Control Technology in Canada

N. W. Schmidtke et al

1985

Rapid Nutrient Removal using an Aquatic Ecosystem

B.L Simmons et al

1985

SEWERAGE SYSTEMS

Modelling of Activated Sludge Systems for Nutrient Removal

G.vR Marais

1987

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Full Scaie Evaiuation of Biologicai Removal Process

F. Murakami et al

1987

Safety of Dams & Hydraulic Structures Including Monitoring

RH.W. Barnett

1978

Australian Sewerage Collection Systems- State-of-the-Art

RL Duance

1975

Biological Nutrient Removal in Perth

K. Cadee et al

1987

Sewerage Odour Control Systems

C.D. Parker

1975

Biologically Enhanced Removal of Phosphorus from

1987

Wastewater

W. G. C. Raper & B.E. Price

Influence of the Readily Biodegradable C.O.D. Fraction on-the Degree of Biological Phosphorus Removal

lB. Law, D. Barnes, P.J. Bliss & P. Evans

1987

Technical and Economical Evaluation of Crystallization for Phosphorus Removal

M Maeda&

1987

Design of Sewers for the Prevention of Odours

RJ.H. McGraph

1975

CONVENTIONS Microbial Sulphate Reduction Kinetics

W.M Drew et al

1981

A Rational Design Basis for Sewage Sulfide Control Facilities

D. Fullford et al

1981

Experiments in Deodorisation of Ventilated Gases from a Major Sewer

E.E. Goleb& J.M. Breene

1981

An Evaluation of Biologiocal Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal at Pilot Scaie for Bendigo Unsettled Sewage

K. C. Lindrea, MP. Peters et al

1987

Was!-Cwater Odour Control Investigations in Perth

B.S. Sanders

1981

Phosphorus Removal for Existing Plants

D.O. Zines et al

1987

Alternative Wastewater Management in Perth

RJ. Fimmel et al

1981

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Comparison of Design Infiltration Rates with Rates Determined from Measured Sewage Flows

J.B. Murray

1981

Nitrogen & Phosphorus Removal

RL Woodward

1973

Design of Separate Sewer Systems for NSW Country Towns

N.A Brady et al

1983

New Philosophies of Tertiary Treatment

B.J. Ford

1978

B.S. Sanders

1978

B.W. Gould

1980

Disposal of Farm Manure

L Henry

1966

Sewage Effluent Disposal to a Temperature Coastal Dune Wetland Area - A Case Study

E.A Scribner

1979

Land Disposal of Sewage Effluent

P. Moses& G.L Thomsen

1979

Studies of Sulphate Removal in a Model Sewer

G.A Holder et al

1983

Advanced Wastewater Treatment

Los Angeles lnftltration/ lnflow Reduction Program

RA Parent et al

1985

Tertiary Treatment of Wastewaters

Perth's Southern Sewerage System

B.S. Sanders et al

1985

Low Cost Methods of Reducing Nuisance Odours and Sulfide Problems in Sewerage Systems

MH. Muston

1985

Measurement of Sulfide Generation Rates in Sewer Slimes using a Rotating Drum Biofilm Reactor

J.Y. Hauser& G.A. Holder

1985

SLUDGE DISPOSAL CONVENTIONS

Y. Furuhata

WASTE DISPOSAL CONVENTIONS

AL Downing

1974

Acid Waste Neutralisation Using Limestone Bearing Sand

G.E.Ho& B. Nguyen-Cong

1979

Sludge Treatment & Disposal in Perth

B. S. Sanders

1974

RC. Aberley G.A Carthew

1974

Disposal of Saline Minewater by Dilution in Stream Floodwaters

N.D. Jones& P.O. Hughes

1979

Solids Disposal System for Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre

N. Cowper et al

1983

Wastewater Management Study of the Western Port Cau:hment and the Momington Peninsula

Special Task Group

1981

Long Distance Pumping of Sewage Sludge in the Sydney Region Pilot Alum Sludge Drying Lagoons

R Yip

1983

Sludge incineration- The Lower Molonglo Water Water Quality Control Centre

D.M. Philp

Aspects of Sludge Handling and Disposal

lB. Law

Treatment & Disposal of Seweage Sludges - Some Recent Developments in the U.K.

.,.

Significance of Sewage Lagoon Algae in Recieving Waters

P.D. Sutherland

1981

T.D. Meagher

1981

1985

Alteration of Effluent and Environment during DisJX)sal from a Titanium Dioxide Process Plant into Coastal Dunes and the Sea at Bundbury, WA

1985

The Use of Transpiration Beds for Domestic Wastewater Disposal in Victoria

S.J.E. Parker

1981

Determining the capability of Alpine streams to assimilate sewage effluent

P. Cullen& RNorris

On~site wastewater disposal in Perth

G.J. Sewards & RJ. Fimmel

1983

Low Cost Oxidation of Sewage Sludge

G.H. Teletzke

1966

TERTIARY TREATMENT & NUTRIENT CONTROL

Recent Developments in the Technology of Wastewater Treatment

W.W. Eckenfielder

1974

CONVENTIONS

Design of Rotating Filters for Small Communities

E. A Ouano et al

1977

E. P.A. Guidelines for Advanced Wastewater Treatment

J.D. Smith

Ammonia Removal with Spray Towers

S.Y.1peta l

1977

Meeting Water Quality Criteria by Biological Processes

RD. Starkey et al

Experience with Hydrogen Peroxide in an Activated Sludge Plant

J.L Bristow

1977

Physico Chemical Pilot Plant

LO. Kolarik et al

1974

A Review of Recent Developments for removal of Phosphorus and Nitrogen from wastewater

RF. Goldfinch & L Vitols

Operation & Maintenance of Small Wastewater Treatment Plants

D. Barnes et al

1977

1977

Biological Nitrogen Control in Wastewater Effluents

P.J. Bliss et al

1979

STORMWATER QUALITY SUMMER SCHOOLS Urban Stormwater Quality

B.T. Hart

1975

Improvement of Quality of Stonnwater Discharges to Rivers & Lakes

RD.C. Lloyd

1975

Nutrient Effects of Stonnwaters on Lakes & Streams

lC. Smalls

1975

• 1983

WASTEWATER TREATMENT CONVENTIONS

1974

Full Scale Studies of Process Requirements for Biological Nitrification

P.J. Bliss & D. Barnes

1981

The Use of Algae for the Tertiary Treatment of Wastewater

J. Skicko et al

1981

Phosphorus Assimilation in the Nepean River, New South Wales

B.L Simmons

1981

Study of Eutorphic Estuary: The Peel-Harvey Estuarine System of the South-Western Western Australia

E.P. Hodgkin

1980

Biological Enhanced Removal of Phosphorus from domestic Wastewater

W.G.C. Raper

Nutrient Reduction in Wastewater Effluent Bardenpho and lime Addition Pilot Studies

lH. Pittaway & J.C. Smith

1983 1983

Wastewater Management Planning & Public Participation

RF. Goode

1977

Added Enzymes in Aerobic Waste Treatment Systems

R Brunner et al

1979

Use of the Oxidation Ditch as the Aeration Stage in Major Activated Sludge Plants

J.A Crockett

1979

Development of the B 4000 - A Single Vessel Sequentially Operated Extended Aeration Wastewater Treatment Plant

RW.T. Chong& J.N. Giles

1979

High Rate Primary Treatment

10. Wallisetal

1979

Sewage Odour Problems-Are Some Large Plants too Big?

D.K. Brady et al

1979

The Problem of Algae in Aerobic Lagoon Effluent

P.J. Carson

1979

Development of a Rational Approach to Trickling Filter Design

G.M. Vaughan & G.A Holder

1979

The Control of Septicity in a Long Rising Main

LS. Campbell et al

1979


SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

Use of Reclaimed Water for Irrigation of Vegetables

Irving et al

1983

Growth of Vegetables and the Retention of Bacteria, Viruses and Heavy Metals on Crops Irrigated with Reclaimed Water ¡

MA. Smith et al

1983

Use of Reclaimed Water in NSW

D. Anderson et al

1983

Municipal and Agricultural Water Use Program

MT. Stit\etal

1985

Water Reuse Practices in the United States

K.J. Miller

1985

Some Proposals for Re-Use from Melbourne's South Eastern Purification Plant

AG. Strom, J.A. Crockett et al

1985

Pilot-scale Treatment of Gasification Wastewater and Re-Use in a Cooling Tower

W.G. Wilson, G.G. Mayer et al

1985

SUMMER SCHOOLS The Total Use Concept

LR T. Van Vuuren

1973

Criteria for Water Re-Use- Implications for Health

B. T. Commins

1980

Effluent Recycling in Industry

MB. Dureau

1975

Effluent Re-Use for Agricultural Purposes

P. Jakobsen &

1975

SUBJECT

AUTHOR

YEAR

Continuous Ion Exchange using Magnetic Microbeads- Field Trials of a Transportable Pilot Plant

E.A Swinton, P. Monkhouse et al

1983

Treatment of River Murray Water

F.R Bishop et al

1985

Direct Filtration Plants in Australia

AG. Strom et al

1985

Dissolved Air Flotation Upgrades a Conventional Plant Treating Eutrophic Water

P.G. Williams, LJ.R Van Vuuren & P. Van der Merwe

1985

The Effect of Natural Organics on Water Treatment Processes

D. B. Bursill et al

1985

Principles and Applications of Iron Coagulants in Water Treatment

P.R Hutchinson, P.A. Freeman et al

1985

Considerations in the Application of the "Sirofloc" Process for Colour and Turbidity Removal

P.R Nadebaum & E.J. Fish

1985

Slow Sand Filtration - Biological and Physical Considerations in Plant Design and Operation

S. Phillips, S. Bowles et al

1985

A Natural Clarification Method for Producing High Quality Drinking Water from Lake Moondarra in NW Queensland

A McCredie T. M. Orr et al

1985

Desalination of brackish water in Australia by electrodialysis

P.A Nadebaum

1985

Reclamation of Chemicals Used in Water & Wastewater Treatment

MB. Dureau

1975

Continuous Ion Exchange using Magnetic Micro-Resins - The Continuous "Sirothenn" Desalination Demonstration Plant

B.A. Bolto, E.A Swinton et al

1985

Use of Wastewater as a Resource in Australia

A.G. Strom

1978

A Slow Sand Filtration Demonstration Plant at Pyalong, Victoria

W.M Drew, S.F. Phillips et al

1987

The Recycling of Heavily Polluted Water

B.J. Ford

1978

Slow Sand Filtration in Burma

RW. Fraser

1987

Continuous Contact Filtration

KF. Larsson

1987

Services for Small Systems

P.A. Schulte

1987

Towards a Lower Cost System for Desalination of Water Supplies in Remote Areas

G.J. Barr, P.R Nadebaum

1987

The Role of Activated Carbon in the Treatment of Drinking Water

J. Fisher

1987

Upgrading of North Richmond Water Treatments Works for Algal Taste and Odour Removal

C.G. Nicholson, RC. Browning et al

1987

New Method and Revised Nomenclature for Granular Filter Flow Control

RC. Browning

1987

Innovative Aspects of the Design of Happy Valley Water Filtration Plant

T. C Lehmann, J.L. Williams et al

1987

Organic Micropollutants in Water Treatment

W. Kuhn

1987

Influence of Water Treatment Practices on the Generation of Trihalomethanes in Drinking Water

P.A. Fitzgerald, D. Barnes et al

1987

,MD. Burch P.T. Hine et al

1987

R Wetselaar

WATER TREATMENT CONVENTIONS Water Treatment in Great Britain in the 1970s

T.V. Arden

1972

Optimising the Design of a Water Purification Plant

MA Simmonds

1972

F low Fluctuations in Solids Contact Clarifiers

B.W. Gould

1972

Desalination - Its Widening Role

0. Pugh

1972

The Partial Demineralisation of Brackish Water by the "Sirothenn" Ion Exchange Process

KAJ. Battered et al

1972

U.K. Developments in Upflow Filtration

G. Alpe& AD. Barrett

1972

The Sirofloc Process for Turbidity & Colour Removal

L 0. Kolarik et al

1977

Design Aspects of Water Treatment Works for Adelaide

RM Jones

1977

Application of Magnetic Filter Aids

RJ. Eldridge & E.A Swinton

1977

Copper Sulphate Treatment in South Australian Reservoirs: Copper Dispersal and Biological Effects

Googong Water Treatment Plant and Pump Station

AJ. Macoun et al

1979

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Process Design of Happy Valley Water Filtration Plant

K.J. Hartley

1979

Current Status of Water Treatment

G.G. Cillie

1973

Some Aspects of Water Treatment for Australian Towns

AG. Strom

1979

Mixed Media Filters

RL Woodward

1973

The Sirofloc Process for Turbidity and Colour Removal; Process Development and Pilot Plant Operation

N.J. Anderson et al

1979

1973

The Sirofloc Process Turbidity & Colour Removal Commercial Application

P.R Nadebaum & KV. Nguyen

1979

Use of Magnetic for Removal of Viruses from Water and Wastewater

J.G. Artherton & S.S. Bell

1979

Activated Carbon

RL Woodward

Hindered Setting Theory

B.W. Gould

1973

Clarification

W.RMay

1973

Tube Clarification

RK Evers

1973

Filtration in Water Supply Practice

G.G. Cillie

1973

High Rate Sludge Blanket and Solids Contact Clarification

D.G. Stevenson

1981

Virus Removal Processes

B.G. Stone

1975

Continuous Ion-exchange Using Magnetic Microresins

RW. Murtagh

1981

New Developments in Water Supply Treatment Plant Design

AL Downing

1975

New Metal Selective Ion-exchange Resin Development & Possible Applcations

RW. Murtagh

1981

Design of Water Treatment Plants

RD.C. Lloyd

1975

The Ecology of Water Purification

B.J. Ford

1978

The Five Water Treatment Plants of the North West Regional Water Authority, Tasmania

J.A Crockett

1981

Water Treatment Methods- Conventional & Current Trends

K.J. Ives

1980

B.W. Gould

1980

An Automatic Integrated 50m_fhr G.RP. Water Treatment Unit for Small Town Water Supplies

R Bulstrode

1981

Pilot Plant & Models as Aids to Water Treatment Plant Design

Further Scientific Developments in the Sirofloc Process

N.J. Anderson et al

1981

Use of Magnetite for the Removal of Viruses from Water and Wastewater. Adsorption of Poliovirus Type 1 from Water onto Magnetite

J.G. Atherton & S.S. Bell

1981

The " Sirofloc" Process for Colour and Turbidity RemovalFurther Engineering Development

E.J. Fish

1981

Filtration Processes & Design

K.J. Ives

1980

Disposal of Sludges from Water Treatment Plants

K.J. Hartley

1980

Treatibility of Water

K.J. Ives

1980

Techniques for Desalination- A Review of the State of tJ-1e Act 179

E.A. Swinton

1980

Parameters for Upflow Clarifier Design

B.W. Gould

1981

WATER TREATMENT SYMPOSIUM

Automatic Control of Filtration Plants

D.J. Rickard

1981

P.L Boucher

1965

Eighty Years of Water Treatment in Brisbane

B.P. O'Connell et al

1983

Microstraining, Microzon & Demicellisation Applied to Public & Industrial Water Supply

Winneke Water Treatment Plant. Process Selection. Control Philosophy and Performance

P.H. Scott

1983

Water Treatment Alternatives - Contact Flocculation and Direct Filtration

S. Vigneswaran & Lian An-Shu

1983

Pilot Scale Studies for the Treatment of Eutrophied Waters by Dissolved Air Flotation Filtration

LRJ. Van Vuuren, J. Prinsloo et al

1983

Granular Activated Carbon-A Practical Tool for Water Treatment and Pollution Control

W.T. Wright

1983

Effectiveness of Activated Carbon in the Removal of Algal Toxin from Potable Supplies-A Pilot Plant Investigation

LR Falconer, M T.C. RUMegar & V.L Huynh

1983

B.A Bowles, W.M Drew et al

1983

The Application of Slow Sand Filtration Process to the Treatment of Small Town Water Supplies

Chemical Handling & Metering

K.M.C. Mostyn

1965

Water Clarification Without Filtration

A.W. Bond

1965

Recent Advances in the Use of Adsorbents in Water Purification

D.E. Weiss

1965

Softening and Demineralising

S.E. Smith

1965

Developments in Water Filtration

T.R Camp

1965

Preliminary Investigation & Operation of a Water Treatment Plant

LP.A. Callen

1965

Treatment of Boiler Feed Water with Organic Polyelectrolytes

AP. Derrick

1965

Water Treatment & Control in Thennal Power Stations

C.M Beer& LT. Sykes

1965

Water Treatment- Petroleum Refinery Practice

R Kalab

1965


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