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Considered by experts and officials alike as an ideal material, fiber-reinforced plastics (FRP) may be a more frequent specification in bridges in...
Have you ever gotten the feeling that you were on the cusp of something really big happening? Conversely, how about the feeling when you know...
Having a properly functioning wastewater treatment facility is vital to protect public health and environmental quality in developing areas where...
Is there a better way to approach wastewater treatment and meet all federal and state mandates and objectives? Is decentralization of the...
What’s the key to a smooth-running AMR installation? Cross-functional planning and plenty of information system (IS) talent. That mix delivers...
Many people could not imagine what they would do without their Palm Pilot. The device is their lifeline to contacts, calendars, notes and budgets. At...
Major storm events, many classified as “100-year storms,” swept across the nation last year, causing millions of dollars in damages. One city in...
The Tampa Bay seawater reverse osmosis (RO) plant was designed to produce an estimated 25 million gpd. Located adjacent to Tampa Electric’s Big Bend...
The region of Peel, one of Canada’s fastest growing municipalities will soon be home to the world’s largest low-pressure, ultrafiltration (UF)...
Located along the beautiful shores of the Pacific Ocean just south of Los Angeles, the city of Long Beach is home to about 500,000 people with ever-...
Facing increased regulations, tight budgets and many long water mains covering miles of geography, Consolidated Water Services (CWS) in Centralia,...
It started off as a typical urban pothole on Almeda Road in Houston but soon grew big enough to swallow a full-size car, about 60 ft by 40 ft. It...
There’s a big gap between recently developed, commercially ready technology and its widespread use, or adoption, in the public sector-especially with...
Traditionally, roadway design has solely been a function of engineering. The focus was to build a roadway that allowed vehicles and pedestrians to...
Increased traffic volumes on four-lane undivided roadways degrade service and safety. In cities throughout the world, roadways have been put on “road...
Pavement markings provide important information to drivers. Unlike traffic signs and signals, pavement markings are continuous and provide drivers...
Learning to Reuse a Precious Resource A discussion with UCF Stormwater Management Academy Director Dr. Martin P. Wanielista, P.E. The Stormwater...
Recently the Irvine Calif., Residential Runoff Reduction Study (R3) revealed that evapotranspiration (ET) controllers, which provide proper landscape...
Sludge cake management can be a major headache for municipal wastewater treatment plant managers and operators. The sludge cake properties and...
Nestled in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, Mirror Lake is in the center of the Village of Lake Placid, home of the 1932 and 1980 winter...

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