National and international experts presented on the many aspects of disinfection:
- ranging from drinking water to wastewater to recycled water to biosolids
- from introductory concepts to practical application to cutting edge research
- from household systems to large-scale urban treatment facilities
- from science and engineering to regulatory and social issues affecting disinfection and public health.
Session 1: Evaluating UV Doses and Operations
Session 2: Disinfection Basics
Session 3: New Options for Disinfection in the Developing World
Session 4: UV Standards and Validation
Session 5: Molecular Methods and Mechanistic Studies
Session 6: Community Health
Session 7: Effects of Upstream Processes on Disinfection
Session 8: Innovative Disinfection Methods
Session 9: Engineers Without Borders: Real World Projects and Lessons Learned
Session 10: Wet Weather
Session 11: Biosolids
Session 12: Peracetic Acid
Session 13: Inactivation of Drinking Water Pathogens and Indicators
Session 14: DBPs and Trace Constituents
Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
February 24 - 26, 2013
Held by the Water Environment Federation in cooperation with the Indiana Water Environment Association, International Ultraviolet Association, National Water Research Institute, and National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association.
The proceedings USB includes all the session papers listed in the Technical Program starting on page 12 of the 2013 Conference Program.
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