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Water and Wastes Digest Archive

July 2011
Storm water pollution continues to be a leading cause of water quality impairment across the country. Regulations continue to adapt and evolve, but there still is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Recent years have seen the industry shift to a green...
Storage tanks may be necessary, but their industrial, imposing looks can make them eyesores, especially when they are located in residential areas. Brothers Rolf and Peter Goetzinger have the solution—murals that help the tanks disappear into the...
“The world is mud-luscious and puddle wonderful.” — e. e. cummings I know some flood victims, cash-strapped farmers and idled homebuilders who might take a different perspective, but I, like e. e., have a soft spot for mud and puddles (unless they’re in...
Providing safe, high-quality services while maintaining secure, reliable collection and distribution systems is a top priority for all water and wastewater utility mangers. The job certainly is not easy, and frequently it requires a delicate balance...

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