International Ozone Association

PAG Conference; August 20-23, 2018

Technical Program

2018 IOA-PAG Conference

South Point Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

August 20-23, 2018

Updated: June 18, 2018



Tuesday,
August 21, 2018
   
Session 1 -
Ozone for Drinking Water
10:30-11:00
New AWWA Standard - Ozone Systems for Water
 
Ron Joost (Carollo Engineers)
11:00-11:30  Ozone Treatment Optimization and Advanced Controls
   Justin Kirchdoerfer (City of Arlington, Texas)
11:30-12:00  Is Coefficient of Variation a Realistic Index for Characterizing Mixing Efficiency in Ozone Applications?
   Srikanth S. Pathapati (Mazzei Injector Company, LLC)
   
Session 2 - Ozone for Reuse
10:30-11:00 Ozone-BAF Technology Development and Demonstration in Reno, Nevada
  Vijay Sundaram (Stantec / University of Nevada, Reno)
11:00-11:30 Enhanced Organics Removal at San Diego's Ozone/BAF-FAT 1 MGD Treatment Train
  Aleks Pisarenko (Trussell Technologies)
11:30-12:00 Operator Training for the 1.5 MGD Ozone/BAC Systems: Challenges and Success
 

Elise Chen (Trussell Technologies)                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Session 3 - Biological Activity in Drinking Water Applications
1:30-2:00   Application of Biomass Production Potential Test to Monitor Biostability of Ozonated Drinking Waters
  Glen Andrew de Vera (Southern Nevada Water Authority) 
2:00-2:30 Quantifying the Impact of Ozone on Biofiltration Using Enzyme Activity  
  Michael McKie (University of Toronto) 
2:30-3:00 Study on the Release of HPC and Particles in Ozonation and Biological Activated Carbon Processes 
  Yongji Zhang (State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resources Reuse, Shanghai, China) 
 
Session 4 - Industrial Ozone Applications
1:30-2:00  Hard COD Removal in Textile Dye Effluent with 2 Stage AOP Treatment Applying Ozone Followed By Peroxene
Laurent de Franceschi (SUEZ WTS, Ozonia) 
2:00-2:30 Update on Ozone Based Low Temperature Oxidation For Control of Nox Emissions 
 Robert J. Ferrell (AECOM)  
2:30-3:00  Ozone, O3 Plus AOP: An Optimized Treatment Line for COD & TOC Removal. Wanhua, From Lab Test to Full Scale Plant 
  Laurent de Franceschi (SUEZ WTS, Ozonia) 
      
Session 5 - Microbiology in Ozone-Biofiltration Applications
3:30-4:00 

Microbial Community Characterization of Ozone-Biofiltration Systems in Drinking Water and Potable Reuse Applications

  Daniel Gerrity (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
4:00-4:30 Impact of Upstream Chlorination on Filter Performance and Microbial Community Structure of GAC and Anthracite    Biofilters
  Glen Andrew de Vera (Southern Nevada Water Authority) 
4:30-5:00 Static and Dynamic Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment of Potable Reuse Paradigms 
  Daniel Gerrity (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)      
   
Session 6 - Oxygen/Ozone Gas - Supply, Recovery, and Destruction
3:30-4:00  LOX vs. PSA and Cryogenic Applications 
  Richard Rosik (OEM Manufacturer) 
4:00-4:30Update on Testing Results of the OZORATM oxygen recovery system at SUEZ Water Treatment Facility 
 Steven Finley (Project Manager- OZORA oxygen recovery system)
4:30-5:00 Thermal Vent Ozone Destructor Technology Using Heat Recovery Process Improves Resistance to Harsh Process and   Operating Conditions 
  Christopher Huynh (SUEZ WTS, Ozonia)
   
Wednesday,  August 22, 2018
 
Session 7 - Cyanobacteria and Taste and Odor Mitigation
9:00-9:30  Development of a Model to Support the Design and Operation of Ozonation Against Toxic Cyanobacteria 
  Arash Zamyadi (Polytechnique Montreal, University of Montreal) 
9:30-10:00 Ozone-Biofiltration For Controlling Extreme Taste and Odor Events in Arlington, TX
  Chris Schulz (CDM Smith)
   
Session 8 - Ozone-Biofiltration in Potable Reuse Applications 
9:00-9:30 Evaluation of Enhanced Ozone-Biological Active Filtration Treatment for the Removal of 1,4 Dioxane and Mitigating the Formation of Disinfection Byproducts  
  Hooman Vatankhah (Colorado School of Mines)
9:30-10:00 N-Nitrosodimethylamine Formation and Mitigation in Potable Reuse Treatment Trains Employing Ozone and Biofiltration 
  Daniel Gerrity (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) 
   
Session 9 -   Cyanobacteria and Cyanotoxins
10:30-11:00 Implementation of Ozone for Microcystin Treatment at The City of Toledo's Collins Park Water Treatment Plant 
  Bryan Townsend (Black & Veatch)  
11:00-11:30  Pre-oxidation Guidance for Cyanobacteria-Laden Water based on Intracellular Microcystin Release 
  Katherine Greenstein (Southern Nevada Water Authority) 
11:30-12:00  Ozone/Ozone Based Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) is the last line of defense against Cyantoxins 
  Saad Jasim (Engineering and Municipal Operations; City of White Rock, BC, Canada) 
   
Session 10 - Innovative Ozone Applications
10:30-11:00Comparative Clinical Studies of the Effectiveness of Ozone Therapy in the Treatment of Herpetic Uveitis
 Guliyeva Minara Hamid (The Departmet of infectious eye disease the National Centre of Ophthalmology) 
11:00-11:30 
Role of Ozone in Agricultural Water Reuse Applications
  Harshad Oswal (University of Las Vegas, Nevada)
11:30-12:00  How to Increase the Tomato Crop Using Ozone Water Disinfection Method
  I. Anahi Landa-Fernandez (Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico) 
  
Session 11 - Ozone Design
1:30-2:00  Pilot to Full Scale Ozone Treatment for Oxidation of Hydrogen Sulfide for JEA'S Greenland Water Treatment Plant
Chris Schulz and Jeremy O'Neil (CDMSmith)
2:00-2:30 Comparing Pre-Ozonation and Intermediate-Ozonation Treatment Trains for Manganese Removal    
 Elaine W Howe (Trussell Technologies, Inc.) 
2:30-3:00Activated Carbon Regeneration by In-Filter Washing with Ozone
 David MacKay (Ozono Polaris, SA de CV)
   
Session 12 - Bromate Formation and Detection
1:30-2:00 Comparing the Effects of Ozone Dissolution Systems on Bromate Formation and Control in High Bromide Reuse Waters: A Pilot Study
  Robert Mack Pearce (Virginia Tech)
2:00-2:30   Maximizing TOC Degradation and Disinfection While Minimizing Bromate Formation during the Ozonation of High-Bromide Reuse Water:  A Bench-Scale Study
Peter Buehlmann (Virginia Tech) 
2:30-3:00 Optimized Operation of an Online Bromate Analyzer using Colorado River Water
  Yasuhiro Matsui (METAWATER Co., Ltd.) 
   
Session 13 -   Advancements in Reuse Applications 
3:30-4:00

Use of Ozone-Biofiltration for Bulk Organic Removal and Disinfection Byproduct Mitigation in Potable Reuse Applications

  Mayara Arnold (Trussell Technologies)
4:00-4:30     Pilot-Scale Test of Membrane Bioreactor using Ozonated Water for Membrane Cleaning
  Yoshifumi Hayashi (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
4:30-5:00      Where To Go Next to Advance the Design and Operation of Ozonation and Advanced Oxidation of Secondary Effluent and Surface Water 

Achim Ried (Xylem Services GmbH) and Wim Audenaert (AM-TEAM)
  
Session 14 - Roundtable Discussions 
  New this year!!  Participate in smaller group discussions and ask more questions than during the usual podium presentations.  Each table will have a host/subject matter expert, and attendees will rotate among the tables every 25 minutes. 

3:30-5:00European Biocide Regulations for Ozone Treatment (Bernhard Paolini; SUEZ) 
Food Safety (John Overby; Ozone Water Systems)
Oxygen Recycle Benefits (Peter Studer; Linde)
The Growing Trend for Use of Ozone in Pharmaceutical Water (Dina Manfredi; GMP Systems)
Welding and Passivation in High Purity Applications with Ozone (Joe Manfredi; GMP Systems)


 Poster: Seawater Ozonation - Effect of Natural Organic Matter (Joon-Wun Kang)

 

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