WWTP Pathogen Study- presented by Phil Russell, Environmental Analyst, WEFTEC 2008, A comprehensive review of microbiology in a western arid urban watershed and insight on the reasonableness of proposed stream limits for E. coli.
Endocrine Disruptors in Wastewater (Powerpoint) - Presented by Mary E. Gardner, Industrial Pretreatment Administrator, Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant, at the 2004 Region VIII Pretreatment conference
Trickle Down Theories - This article appeared in the April 1995 Operations Forum as 1st place winner in the Operations Forum troubleshooting contest. The article describes actions taken to meet ammonia removal permit limitations shortly after start-up of new nitrifying trickle filters (NTF) at the Littleton/Englewood WWTP.
Runoff Water Quality - Biosolids, or its constituents, as with any other fertilizer or soil conditioner has the potential to be carried from applied areas during rainfall events. This runoff may cause contamination of surface waters and impact its uses.
Chemical Injection System Simplified (KISS)- Describes the problems encountered with a liquid chemical disinfection/dechlorination system and how the plant staff remedied them. Presented at the 1998 RMWEA Annual Conference in Snowmass, Colorado. Presentation Slide Show
Pulling Double Duty - This article appeared in the July 1999 Operations Forum. The article describes the dual benefits of nitrifying trickle filters used at the Littleton/Englewood WWTP.
Dewatering Facility Design Considerations (Word DOC) - This paper describes the team approach used at the Littleton / Englewood WWTP between plant staff and engineers in designing a new dewatering facility. Presented at the 1999 RMWEA Annual Conference in Jackson, Wyoming. Presentation Slide Show