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The Mishawaka (Ind.) Utilities Water Division’s two-phase expansion included two new water treatment facilities and underground wells as well as a...
On any given day at the village of Addison’s (Ill.) South Wastewater Plant, operators have no idea what’s coming down the influent pipe. With a...
Terrorism is a threat increasingly on the minds of the American public, and the staff of the Henry County (Ga.) Water & Sewerage Authority (HCWSA...
API separator sludge in hydrocarbon and petrochemical applications is heavy and viscous, therefore chain and flight collector components must be...
This spring, Woodrow Wilson Bridge project Safety Manager John Arnoux was making one of his frequent rounds through the construction area when he...
The unsolicited proposal arrived in 1999, a package promising the Florida Department of Transportation millions of dollars in annual savings if it...
Obviously, everyone wants their equipment to last a long time and not break down or wear out. Unfortunately, sooner or later, everything does. The...
Urban flooding is an issue faced by many cities around the country. Because of the fully developed nature of older cities, finding solutions to...
Storm water discharge requirements are tightening, and transportation agencies may find themselves pinched if they don’t plan for compliance....
The Storm Water Management Academy at the University of Central Florida is home to the latest in storm water management-related techniques. Storm...
Historically, funding storm water management programs has been problematic for most local governments. Today, hundreds of local governments have...
Economic growth has taken on new meaning because of GASB 34, which radically changes how state and local governments must report their finances. To...
Not so long ago, if you had mentioned the possibility of building a $4 million ozone-treatment plant specifically to address storm water pollution in...
While major rainstorms battered the Midwest causing the nearby Des Plaines River to swell to nearly 10 ft over flood level, a major storm was brewing...
Two years ago, the corrugated polyethylene (PE) pipe industry produced nearly one billion pounds of pipe. The specification and use of dual-wall...
As holder of a statewide permit, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is responsible for managing storm water on all of its highway...
The replacement of one of the oldest floating bridges in the world received a boost of acceleration this spring from the Washington State Department...
Taxpayers along Rte. 32 have paid for all the extras. Some, however, refuse to give up their two-door model. The congested corridor is under public...
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) encourages the use of high-performance concrete to improve the long-term performance of the nation’s...
Considered by experts and officials alike as an ideal material, fiber-reinforced plastics (FRP) may be a more frequent specification in bridges in...

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