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May 2010
Water will be taken for granted until the day it stops coming out of the tap: This statement explains why when Jane Smith opens up her water and sewer bill, she generally doesn’t think about what goes into operating and maintaining water lines, water...
Integrating two water facilities to boost capacity while expanding one plant’s useful lifeFew would dispute that adequate water supply always has been the lifeblood of any community. Entering the last decade, the existing Freedom District Water Treatment...
Methane may be the sweet smell of success in the future, at least in the growing “green” energy arena. If we tap into it correctly, we can unite water, waste and air policies and technologies to reduce pollution while producing power. “Flaring,” the...
Chicago has been my home for almost 12 years. A stroll along the lakefront offers visitors and residents alike a unique mix of history and progress. Both famous and infamous buildings stand side by side sketching its familiar city skyline. Most visitors—...

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