Water Journal : Water Journal May 2011
TECHNICAL FEATURES ( INDICATES THE PAPER HAS BEEN REFEREED) DEMAND MANAGEMENT Separating Indoor and Outdoor Water Consumption Tracking water savings using customer-metered data YC Wang 63 The Influence of Declining Perceptions of Scarcity Exploring a new paradigm of future demand management options D Giurco, T Boyle, S White, B Clarke, P Houlihan 68 Energy Consumption of Domestic Rainwater Tanks Why supplying rainwater uses more energy than it should G Hauber-Davidson, J Shortt 72 Sydney Water's Smart Metering Residential Project An insight into the benefits, costs and challenges of smart metering C Doolan 77 Customer Behaviour Modelling For Predicting Future Demand A modelling and forecasting platform simulated over 40,000 households with 95% accuracy D Perugini, M Perugini, B Clarke, J Frdelja 81 BIOSOLIDS Biosolids Process Optimisation at Sydney's North Head STP Recuperative thickening increases solids throughout S Ireland 86 Biochemical Treatment of Biosolids -- Emerging Technologies Pre-treatment methods such as biological processes can improve economic performance DJ Batstone, PD Jensen, H Ge 90 RESOURCE RECOVERY Cogeneration Potential from the Anaerobic Digestion of Sludge Modelling the influence of various parameters WPF Barber 94 Cogeneration by a Micro-Turbine Operating on Biogas Capstone Micro-turbine technology reduces greenhouse gas emissions J Boan, R Howick, A Davey 98 WETLANDS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT Vertical Flow Wetlands for Industrial Wastewater Treatment Vertical flow wetlands at a chemical and fertiliser manufacturer in Kwinana SS Domingos, S Dallas, S Fellstead 103 MEMBRANES & DESALINATION Treating Contaminated Groundwater with Reverse Osmosis Improved pre-treatment reduces severe bio-fouling problems F Barendregt, M Selleck 105 WATER BUSINESS New Products and Business Information 110 Advertisers' Index 116 waterJournal of the Australian Water Association ISSN 0310-0367 Volume 38 No 3 May 2011 contents 2 MAY 2011 water Capstone Micro-turbine installation at the Melton Recycled Water Treatment Plant in Victoria. See page 98. Aerial view of the treatment train at the CSBP vertical flow wetlands site at Kwinana in WA. See page 103.
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