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    Decentralized Wastewater Systems Quantifying Evaporation and Transpirational Water Losses from Green Roofs and Green Roof Media Capacity for Neutralizing Acid Rain Influent Constituent Characteristics of the Modern Waste Stream from Single Sources Literature Review Evaluation of Chemical and Biological Indicators for Source Apportionment of Phosphorus in Table Rock Lake on the Missouri Arkansas Border Guidance for Evaluation of Potential Groundwater Mounding Associated with Cluster and High Density Wastewater Soil Absorption System Quantifying Site Scale Processes and Watershed Scale Cumulative Effects of Decentralized Wastewater Systems Organic Wastewater Compounds Pharmaceuticals and Coliphage in Groundwater Receiving Discharge From Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems Near La Pine Oregon Occurrence and Implications for Transport Micro Scale Evaluation of Phosphorus Management Alternative Wastewater Systems Evaluation Application of Simulation Optimization Methods for Management of Nitrate Loading to Groundwater From Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems Near La Pine OR Performance of Engineered Treatment Units and Their Effects on Biozone Formation in Soil and System Purification Efficiency Management Economics and Policy 21 st Century Water Management Restoring the Commons When to Consider Distributed Systems in an Urban and Suburban Context International Issues and Innovations in Integrated and Decentralized Water Resource Infrastructure Integration A New Framework and Strategy for Water Management in Cities and Towns Sustainable Water Resources Management Volume 1 Executive Summary Sustainable Water Resources Management Volume 2 Green Building Case Studies Sustainable Water Resources Management Volume 3 Case Studies on New Water Paradigm Update of the Advanced On Site Wastewater Treatment and Management Market Study Guidance for Establishing Successful Responsible Management Entities New Approaches in Decentralized Water Infrastructure Overcoming Barriers to Evaluation and Use of Decentralized Wastewater Technologies and Management Pennsylvania Standards for Residential Site Development Business Attributes of Successful Responsible Management Entities Methods for Comparison of Wastewater Treatment Options Decentralized Wastewater System Reliability Analysis Handbook Variability and Reliability of

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    Green Building Case Studies Sustainable Water Resources Management Volume 3 Case Studies on New Water Paradigm Installer Training Program 2009 Flow Control and Water Quality Treatment Performance of a Residential Low Impact Development Pilot Project in Western Washington Influent Constituent Characteristics of the Modern Waste Stream from Single Sources State of the Science Review of Quantitative Tools to Determine Wastewater Soil Treatment Unit Performance Guidance for Establishing Successful Responsible Management Entities Modeling Onsite Wastewater Systems at the Watershed Scale A User s Guide Smart Clean Green 21st Century Sustainable Water Infrastructure 2008 Assessment of Grease Interceptor Performance Hydrologic Bioretention Performance and Design Criteria for Cold Climates Analysis of Existing Community Sized Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems New Approaches in Decentralized Water Infrastructure Factors Affecting the Performance of Primary Treatment in Decentralized Wastewater Systems CIDWT Glossary Project and Train The Trainer Program 2007 Overcoming Barriers to Evaluation and Use of Decentralized Wastewater Technologies and Management Long Range Planning for Decentralized Stormwater and Wastewater Treatment Research Workshop Summary Quantifying Evaporation and Transpirational Water Losses from Green Roofs and Green Roof Media Capacity for Neutralizing Acid Rain Pennsylvania Standards for Residential Site Development Influent Constituent Characteristics of the Modern Waste Stream from Single Sources Literature Review 2006 Business Attributes of Successful Responsible Management Entities Decentralized Wastewater Treatment O M Service Provider Training Program Evaluation of Chemical and Biological Indicators for Source Apportionment of Phosphorus in Table Rock Lake on the Missouri Arkansas Border 2005 Guidance for Evaluation of Potential Groundwater Mounding Associated with Cluster and High Density Wastewater Soil Absorption System University Curriculum Development for Decentralized Wastewater Management Model Decentralized Wastewater Practitioner Curriculum Student Design Competition for Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Quantifying Site Scale Processes and Watershed Scale Cumulative Effects of Decentralized Wastewater Systems Methods for Comparison of Wastewater Treatment Options Organic Wastewater Compounds Pharmaceuticals

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    STRATEGIC THINKING RESEARCH PROJECTS Completed by Category Completed by Year Ongoing NEWS AND RESOURCES Ongoing Home About the DWRC Strategic Thinking Research Projects News Resources Contact Us Copyright 2002 2016

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  • decentralizedwater.org
    area to receive new about research progress web seminars upcoming events and more directly to your email TRAINING CIDWT develops model practitioner and university curriculum for onsite decentralized wastewater treatment as well as national training programs for decentralized O M service providers and installers Visit CIDWT to obtain training materials and view the training calendar EDUCATION NOWRA offers a number of education opportunities for the decentralized wastewater industry including its

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    Project Budget 789 520 Project Identifier 04 DEC 1 DESCRIPTION This research project characterized the composition of modern single residential source onsite raw wastewater and primary treated effluent i e septic tank effluent STE to aid onsite wastewater system OWS design and management An extensive literature review was conducted to assess the current status of knowledge related to the composition of single source raw wastewater identify key parameters affecting wastewater composition and identify information gaps in the current knowledge published previously as 04 DEC 1a This information was supplemented by a field monitoring program to assess the composition of residential OWS raw wastewater and STE Field investigations included quarterly monitoring fall winter spring and summer at a total of 17 sites from three regions Colorado Florida and Minnesota within the U S to ensure that the results and information gained had broad applicability to the management and design of OWS A tiered monitoring approach focused on conventional constituents microbial constituents and organic chemicals In addition daily and weekly variability within the raw wastewater and STE were monitored Information obtained was tabulated and graphically displayed to enable assessment and comparison of parameters that affect single source waste stream composition This report

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  • decentralizedwater.org
    air quality creation of green spaces restoration of streams aquifers wetlands and habitat and stimulus for new green companies and jobs In spite of these multiple benefits however there is a realistic fear that inertia and drag in the public private institutional framework of water infrastructure could forestall the adoption of decentralized designs This project explores the various pressures or drivers as well as the impediments for a change in the fundamental paradigm of water management A series of workshops with experts and advocates was convened to explore the institutional issues and to tease out various new strategies for jump starting and easing a transition Recommended strategies include incorporation of water concerns into the Green Building movement and funding of community demonstration projects A second strategy is to support a multi faceted conversation about sustainable water infrastructure with academics entrepreneurs engineers activists public bureaucrats and managers and the public Finally as more is learned about what works and what does not work and as the new approach becomes better understood and better known across a broad range of constituencies there can be enough of a groundswell of support for a serious restructuring of water institutions and policies This restructuring will

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    of Technology Sydney Principal Investigator Cynthia Mitchell Project Budget 204 605 Project Identifier DEC5R06 DESCRIPTION This research provides guidance for successfully establishing and running organizations that manage decentralized wastewater systems Responsible Management Entities or RMEs The project developed a series of 11 fact sheets that are useful for existing RMEs seeking to improve their operations prospective RMEs considering setting up and individuals and organizations looking to enter the decentralized wastewater

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    urban stormwater management is routing runoff to bioretention systems rain gardens integrated into the urban landscape Most bioretention design information focuses on warm climate conditions with rainfall as the source of the runoff This may be due to an assumption that bioretention systems become dormant and have little infiltration performance in the winter Field observations suggest these systems can continue to infiltrate to varying degrees during the winter if designed installed and maintained properly however very little research is currently available to quantify the extent of their performance when using snowmelt as the runoff source under field conditions This Water Environment Research Foundation WERF hydrologic research project was a three year 2005 2008 study that collected air temperature soil temperature and soil moisture data at four existing bioretention cells located in the Minnesota Twin Cities metropolitan area and conducted simulated snowmelt events to observe their hydrological performance responses under winter conditions The measured responses reveal a dramatic range of performance including rapid infiltration during varying cold climate conditions The study used the scientifically based data to develop practical design installation and maintenance recommendations that optimize hydrologic performance of bioretention cells in cold climates A companion report Recommendations to Optimize Hydrologic

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