Japan Annual Technical Conference on Sewerage (JATCS)

JATCS2020

E-1-1 Technical Innovation 1
E-1-1-1 Singapore's Experience in Used Water Network Management Kenneth Tan,Public Utilities Board (PUB), Singapore's National Water Agency
E-1-1-2 Adaptation and evaluation analysis of “Requirement for CCTV Inspection” in the sewer line screening survey using straight view camera. Nobuya Takasaki, KANSEI Company
E-1-1-3 Verifying Age-Related Changes in the Degree of Infiltration for Infiltration-Type Gutters Masahiko Hirata, Fukuoka City
E-1-2 Technical Innovation 2
E-1-2-1 Reduction of energy consumption of whole system in sludge treatment Takuya Sato, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-2 Changes in power consumption due to the integration of WWTPs and introduction of energy measures Tsuyako FUJII, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-3 Annual fluctuation of the nitrous oxide emission from wastewater treatment process. Takanori AWATA, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-3 Technical Innovation 3
E-1-3-1 A study on recovery of rare metals contents in sewage sludge Shin NAGASAKI, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-3-2 Combination of Two Biological Treatment Methods as an Alternative Technology of Incineration -- Composting and Bio-Combustion -- Tadahiro Mori
E-2 Strategy and Best Practice
E-2-1 Innovative approach for achieving clean water with a factory-made sewage treatment system for suburb communities Masayuki Tsuge, FujiClean Co., Ltd.
E-2-2 Flexibility in Appropriateness: Relevance of the Collection System in Wastewater Management Tiffany Joan Sotelo, The University of Tokyo
E-2-3 Development of international guidelines for water reuse in ISO/TC282 in 2020 Hiromasa Yamashita, Public Works Research Institute
E-2-4 Development of technical guidelines - Technologies that were carried out until 2019 in B-DASH project - Mitsuo IWABUCHI, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-2-5 How we can use ISO 24536 and TR 24539 for stormwater management? Takashi Sakakibara, Yachiyo Engineering Co., Ltd.
E-3-1 Science and Technology 1
E-3-1-1 Research on factors affecting highly efficient nitrogen removal in the conventional activated sludge process Hazuki Tsuchiya, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-3-1-2 Nitrogen removal from secondary treated effluent with partial nitritation-anammox process using gel carriers Yuya KIMURA, Hitachi, Ltd.
E-3-1-3 Preliminary Research on Effects of Seasonal Operation of Nutrient Removal in Sewage Treatment for Increase of Phosphorus Loads in Mikawa Bay Coastal Zone Keita Hattori, Public Works Research Institute
E-3-2 Science and Technology 2
E-3-2-1 Survey of microorganisms such as Escherichia coli in effluent from sewage treatment plant for one year Manabu Matsuhashi, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-2-2 Survey on the Operation of Full-scale UV Disinfection in Sewage Treatment Plants in Japan Erika Aikawa, Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-3-2-3 Occurrence of N-nitrosamines and their industry-related precursors in wastewater system and receiving rivers Bo Zhao, Kyoto University

【POSTER】
PE-1 Effective nitrogen removal at 7°C by EGSB with anammox-HAP granular sludge Ying Song, Tohoku University

JATCS2019

E-1-1 Resource Recovery 1
E-1-1-1 Our achievements and challenging problems of ISO/TC 275 Yumi Kaneko, Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-1-1-2 Development of technical guidelines - The technologies that were carried out until 2018 in B-DASH project - Taichi Ota, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-1-3 A study of Minor Metal Contents of Sewage Sludge Incineration Ash Takatoshi Yamoto, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-1-4 Evaluation of applicability of a reclaimed water system for industrial water reuse in Itoman City Haruka Takeuchi, Kyoto University
E-1-2 Resource Recovery 2
E-1-2-1 Survey on the energy consumption of the whole facilities of sludge treatment. Takuya Sato, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-2 Study on the introduction effect of innovative technology to reduce GHG emissions in the sludge incineration process Akihiro Yamamoto, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-3 Comparison of calculation results of power consumption and actual values in sewage treatment plants Tsuyako Fujii, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-4 Energy Neutrality: Examples of Wastewater Leadership Barry Liner, Water Environment Federation
E-2-1 Strategy and Best Practice 1
E-2-1-1 Reseach and Technology Development for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants by JS Masayuki Matsuura,Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-2-1-2 The technical document about improving the efficiency of wastewater treatment systems for the local governments Takeshi Ishikawa,National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-2-1-3 New Business Model of Purchasing Public Service for Wastewater Treatment in the Perspective of Circular Economy Lee Chien Hsien,Sewerage System Office Taipei City Government Taiwan
E-2-2 Strategy and Best Practice 2
E-2-2-1 Treatment of Domestic Wastewater and Technical Cooperation Project Activities in DKI Jakarta, Indonesia Minoru Matsumoto, City of Kitakyushu
E-2-2-2 Approach to the Improvement of Water Quality in the Western Division of Fiji Ayako Ueda, Fukuoka City
E-2-2-3 Widening Existing Tunnel and Underground Joining of Shield Tunnel by Using One of the Largest Artificial Ground Freezing Method in Japan's Sewer Construction Sumire Nagatani, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-2-2-4 Deep Tunnels: Never Maintenance Free Brianne Nakamura, Water Environment Federation
E-3-1 Science and Technology 1
E-3-1-1 DEVELOPMENT OF REAL-TIME ASSIMILATION MODEL FOR PREDICTION OF WATER LEVEL DISTRIBUTION IN URBAN SEWERAGE SYSTEM Lianhui Wu, The University of Tokyo
E-3-1-2 Sea Level Rise and Wastewater Treatment Plants: how to adapt CAO Vu Quynh Anh, The University of Tokyo
E-3-1-3 Fluorescent staining - observation method for detecting microplastic fibers in wastewater treatment plants Yuji Suzuki,Public Works Research Institute
E-3-1-4 The investigation of fluctuation of the nitrous oxide emission from wastewater treatment process. Takanori Awata, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-1-5 Survey of microorganisms such as Escherichia coli in effluent from sewage treatment plant for one year Manabu Matsuhashi, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-2 Science and Technology 2
E-3-2-1 Implementation of A-stage Bio-sorption technology to enhance carbon redirection LAI MINH QUAN, MEIDENSHA CORPORATION
E-3-2-2 Improvement of Sludge Settling Modelling in Secondary Sedimentation Tank Using CFD The-Anh Nguyen, The University of Kitakyushu
E-3-2-3 Fast Start-up and Enhanced Performance of Partial Nitritation and Anammox Process (PNAP) Using Two-stage Fixed-bed Biofilm Configuration Ying Song,Tohoku University

【POSTER】
PE-1 Creation of reducing agent by waste paper decomposition for advanced waste water treatment Hiroki Suginoma,Graduate School of Engineering, Kanagawa Insitute of Technology
PE-2 Determination of organic acids penetration depth by alkaline marking method Pramuankosonyut Tasapon, Tokyo Institute of Technology
PE-3 The WEF Energy Roadmap, a Japanese Perspective Yukiko Ichishima, Water Environment Federation(Volunteer)
PE-4 Investigations on the biological treatment of mixed petrochemical industrial effluents based on acute toxicity Dong Wang, Tianjin Chengjian University; Tianjin Hi-Tech Holding Group Co. Ltd

JATCS2018

E-1-1 Resource Recovery 1
E-1-1-1 Construction of Energy Self-Contained Incineration System with Ultra-low Moisture Content Type Dehydrator Daiki Watanabe, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-1-1-2 Development of Polymer Dosage Control System Hiroshi Shiomi, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-1-1-3 Evaluation method for reduction rate of power consumption in sewage sludge incineration Kohsuke Watanabe, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-1-4 Field survey on nitrous oxide emission from conventional activated sludge processes with different operating condition. Atsuko Michinaka, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2 Resource Recovery 2
E-1-2-1 Calculation of cost and energy consumption and generation in sewerage facilities considering sewage sludge utilization as energy resource. Tsuyako Fujii, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-2 Feasibility study of naturally generating microalgae cultivation system operated using sewage resources Yukiyo Yamasaki, Public Works Research Institute
E-1-2-3 Effective utilization of ammonia derived from sewage as a denitrifying agent Takatoshi Yamoto, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-2-4 Model study on introduction of advanced wastewater reclamation system using UF membrane and ultraviolet disinfection Akihiro Yamamoto, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-3 Resource Recovery 3
E-1-3-1 Development of technical guidelines - Fertilizer and fuel forming system, water processing system for population decline Taichi Ota, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-3-2 Development of international guidelines for water reuse in ISO/TC282 in 2018 Hiromasa Yamashita, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-1-3-3 The introduction of wastewater reclamation in Taiwan Jyh-Woei Chen, Sewage System Office Taiwan
E-2-1 Strategy and Best Practice 1
E-2-1-1 Application for the Sewerage Mapping System Using GIS in the City of Hai Phong, Viet Nam Satoshi Hirano, City of Kitakyushu
E-2-1-2 International Sewerage Developments and Water and Environment Solution Hub Utilization by City of Yokohama Nobutoshi Hiruma, City of Yokohama
E-2-1-3 The study on comprehensive drainage plan in Yangon City Seiichiro Tashima, Fukuoka City
E-2-2 Strategy and Best Practice 2
E-2-2-1 Result of regulating T-N and T-P in industrial waste water discharged into the sewage in Kitakyushu Akiko Terashi, City of Kitakyushu
E-2-2-2 Examination of Operating Condtions for Improving Nitrogen and Phosphorus Treatment of Recycle Flow S. Morita, City of Yokohama
E-2-2-3 The impact of fallen leaves on the drainage capacity of stormwater inlet pit lids Yumi Nakamura, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-2-2-4 Improvement of Observation Accuracy and Enhancing Convenience of the Rainfall Information System: Tokyo Amesh Naoto Suruga, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-2-2-5 Managing Wastewater as a Resource – The Singapore Experience Thong Ming Chin, PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency
E-2-3 Strategy and Best Practice 3
E-2-3-1 Stable Sewage Treatment and Effective Business Operation in Tama Area by Utilizing Utility Tunnels Shota Hamano, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-2-3-2 Optimization method for sustainable wastewater treatment systems in the population declining society Takeshi Ishikawa, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-2-3-3 Revision of “The Technical Manual of Corrosion Control and Protection for Concrete Structure in Sewerage Facilities” Tae Iwano, Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-2-3-4 Establishment of JS Soundness Calculation Technique as Quantitative Evaluation Method for Asset Deterioration Condition of WWTPs in Japan and Consideration of Its Data Accumulation Method and Analysis Hiroyuki Yamane, Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-2-3-5 Necessity for premeditated plan to reconstruct wastewater treatment plant using devastated facilities Hikaru Nishizaka, Sendai city municipal government
E-3-1 Science and Technology 1
E-3-1-1 Demonstration of validity of DHS-MBBF system for sewage treatment in Susaki City Akihiro Nagano, Sanki Engineering Co., Ltd.
E-3-1-2 Excess Sludge Reduction by Multi-stage Fixed Bed Biofilm Process- Full-scale Demonstration Hiroki Itokawa, Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-3-1-3 Adsorption of polychlorinated biphenyls by powdered activated carbon: Comparison with carbon nanotubes X,Q Cao, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture
E-3-1-4 OPERATION PERFORMANCE OF A FULL SCALE SLAUGHTERHOUSE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT USING A COMBINATION OF UASB AND ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS Mribet Chaimaa, Tohoku University
E-3-1-5 Effect of Flow Intermittency on the Degradation Rate of Lipids by Intermittent Contact Oxidation Process Tiffany Joan Sotelo, The University of Tokyo
E-3-2 Science and Technology 2
E-3-2-1 Development of framework to select disinfection process based on evaluation of microbial risk and cost Manabu Matsuhashi, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-2-2 Evaluation of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products Removal in Membrane Bioreactor Eri Tsubakizaki, Kyoto University
E-3-2-3 Evaluation of virus behavior and removal performance of MBR in long-term operation Kenta Sasaki, Kyoto University

【POSTER】
P-1 Improvement of membrane bioreactor performance by fouling mitigation Kilsoo Hyun, Kyungpook National University
P-2 Discussion on the Practical Treatment Scheme for Rural Domestic Sewage in China Dai Qianjin, Beijing General Municipal Engineering Design&Research Institute Co., Ltd.
P-3 Introduction to the Comprehensive Improvement Project of the Maozhouhe River in Bao'an District Wei Guo, Beijing General Municipal Engineering Design & Research Institute Co.,Ltd.
P-4 The Development of the Conversion Technology of the Sewage Sludge to Fertilizer and Fuel Using the Combined System of Dewatering and Drying in Small and Middle Plant Mayumi Morita, Tsukishima Kikai Co., LTD.
P-5 Durability evaluation of talc filled polyolefin packing materials under acidic conditions Zulihumaer Abuduhailili, Tokyo Institute of Technology
P-6 Risk communication about recycled water: How do people realize and agree using recycled water? Minori Oda, Kyoto University

JATCS2017

E-1 Resource Recovery
E-1-1 An introduction of sewage sludge treatment recycling technology through continuous thermal hydrolysis (THP) Shinichiro Okawa, MITSUBISHI NAGASAKI MACHINERY MFG. CO., LTD.
E-1-2 Evaluation of Sludge Incineration and Power Generation System of Demonstration Plant and its Installation Effect Hiroki Muragishi, Takuma Co., Ltd
E-1-3 The effect of wide area sludge fuelization project in Shiga prefecture Makoto Ibaraki , Shiga Prefecture
E-1-4 Innovative biogas production system in WWTP (B-DASH project) Shigeto Oyama, Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., Ltd
E-1-5 Conversion of sewage sludge to solid fuel project in Osaka City
- For creation of a recycle-oriented society and prevention of global warming -
Masashi Takechi, Osaka City
E-1-6 Kobe City Sewage Work Contributing to Improving the Quality of Life of Citizens Hajime Masuda, Kobe City
E-1-7 Demonstration of Hydrogen Generation from Sewage Biogas T.Jimuro, Fukuoka City
E-1-8 Development of international guidelines for water reuse in ISO/TC282 Hiromasa Yamashita, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-2 Strategy and Best Practice
E-2-1 Implementation Review of Management Plan for Chemical Substances in Kitakyushu City Sewage Emiko Murakami, Kitakyushu City
E-2-2 Report on application of Membrane Bioreactor process in response to new phosphorous and nitrogen limits for the Canton Water Reclamation Facility in the U.S.A. Yusuke Oi, KUBOTA Corporation
E-2-3 Construction and Public Relations of the Temporary Toilet System Directly Connected to Sewers in Yokohama City Kana Yokote, City of Yokohama
E-2-4 Sewerage Risk Management in Izmir İŞGENÇM.Faruk, İZSU
E-2-5 JS’s Training for Sewerage Engineers in Thailand (WMA) Yoshiharu Imajima, Japan Sewage Works Agency
E-2-6 The Project of Capacity Development of Drainage in Yangon City Shiro Tarui, Fukuoka City
E-2-7 Measures against Aging of Sewage Pipe Naoyuki Morikawa, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
E-3-1 Science and Technology
E-3-1-1 Development of technical guidelines - Carbon dioxide recovery system and wastewater reclamation system Taichi Ota, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-1-2 Development of an Energy Consumption Model on Aeration in Waste Water Treatment Plant Considering Time Variation of Influent Water Quality and Quanity Shuji Yamaguchi, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-1-3 Evaluation of carbon-dioxide emissions in reclaimed wastewater use Akihiro Yamamoto, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-1-4 Complex Effects by Silver Nanoparticles and Size-fractionated Chemicals in Wastewater on Algae Ikuo Tsushima, Public Works Research Institute
E-3-1-5 Evaluation of an energy-saving nitrogen removal wastewater treatment system using high-efficiency solid/liquid separation technology and dual-dissolved oxygen control technology Kazuo Nakamachi, Mezawa Industries,Inc
E-3-1-6 Demonstration of validity of DHS-MBBF system for sewage treatment instead of Activated Sludge Process in a decreasing population region as a B-DASH Project Akihiro Nagano, Sanki Engineering Co., Ltd.
E-3-1-7 Study on effects of N2O reduction in fluidized bed incinerator using two-stage combustion Noriaki Nakamura, City of Kawasaki
E-3-1-8 Diagnosis technologies applied for conditions of deteriorated sewage treatment utilities using vibration data sensing and big data analysis Masanori Sawai, NEC Corporation
E-3-2 Science and Technology
E-3-2-1 Nitrous oxide emission from wastewater treatment in Japan Atsuko Michinaka, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-2-2 Effect of pH and temperture on the ammonia gas concentration recovered from ammonia stripping Koutaro Maeda, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-2-3 A Consideration on Reducing Power Consumption in Sewage Treatment Plant based on the calculation with consumption rates Tsuyako Fujii, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-3-2-4 Methanogenic degradation of municipal wastewater by an anaerobic membrane bioreactor at room temperature Rong Chen, Tohoku University
E-4 Hybrid Poster
E-4-1 Contributions of Sewage Treatment Plants to Loads of PPCPs in An Urban River Hiroyuki Mano, Public Works Research Institute
E-4-2 Microbiological Risk Assessment in Reclaimed Water Uses and Cost and their Energy Consumption in the Treatment Processes Mai Itakura, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-4-3 Maintenance cost based on the operating rate of Waste Water Treatment Systems under the Condition of a Falling Population Tsuyoshi Ishikawa, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-4-4 Energy efficiency evaluation of innovative sludge drying technologies Yasuo Horii, National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management
E-4-5 Travel time of Flushable Products from Toilets to Pumps in Japan Hidenori Sato, Japan Sewage Works Association
E-4-6 Disintegration Test of Japanese Flushable Wipes on Toilet Paper Equivalence Shiori Maeda, Japan Sewage Works Association
E-4-7 Flushable Wipes:Clogging the US and the world Brianne Nakamura,Water Environment Federation
E-4-8 Sewer Corrosion and Control in Japan Yoshinari Abe, Japan Sewage Works Association
E-4-9 Fouling Reduction and Enhanced Removal of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products by Coagulation-MBR Process Junwon Park, Kyoto University
E-4-10 Operational performance and public health control of combination process using ceramic membrane and ozonation for treating primary effluent Dongbum Im, Graduate school of Kyoto University
E-4-11 A Discussion on Comprehensive Control Technology of Black and Odorous Water of Guanlan River Basin in Shenzhen City: taking Baihua Tributary as an example Guijie Song,Beijin General Municipal Engineering Design & Research institute
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