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November 2010
In 2008, Brinjac Eng. Inc. assisted Wiconisco Township, Dauphin County, Pa., with obtaining a Growing Greener II Innovative Wastewater Treatment Grant Award for $84,000 to reduce the township’s treatment plant carbon footprint. The other factors...
Bakersfield, California’s eleventh-largest city, has a population of 338,952 and is located in Kern County. The city’s generated wastewater is treated in two plants: Plant 2, which treats 25 million gal per day (mgd), and Plant 3, which treats 32 mgd....
In mid-September, I had the opportunity to attend IFAT ENTSORGA 2010, a world trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, held in Munich, Germany. At the event, President of the Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw...
Chris Brahler is president of TT Technologies, Inc., a leading trenchless technology product supplier in the U.S. The company, formed in 1991, specializes in pipe bursting, pipe ramming, winches and boring, and is located in Aurora, Ill. Brahler has been...

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