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When Al Qaeda is in hiding, its yellow streak becomes an escalating threat. Highlighted in training manuals everywhere are the goals and missions of...
Florida’s Everglades National Park is the largest designated wilderness in the southeast U.S. and the only subtropical preserve on the North American...
With a presidential election coming this fall and a massive six-year surface transportation bill moving through Congress, Washington, D.C., is...
One of the most important means of providing safe guidance to motorists on our nation’s highways is through traffic markings. All department of...
In the past half-century, innovations in architectural and structural bridge design and construction have produced some of the world’s most...
Introduction Millions of tax dollars are being spent to treat water to ensure it is safe for human consumption. Millions more are being spent to...
Historically, the processing of wastewater was focused on simply collecting sewage and pumping it to the local wastewater treatment plant for...
Old and in the Way: Shelby, Mont., Water Department upgrades aging SCADA system The city of Shelby (Mont.) Water Department needed help. Their...
By now the tools exist to effectively quantify the influence of weather, wear and chemicals on road surface quality and to model how often those...
The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) has published Porous Asphalt Pavements, the industry’s first technical publication on the subject....
The EPA’s revised Interim Registration Eligibility Decision document for atrazine, which calls for future monitoring of the pesticide in 40...
During the 95th Annual Meeting of the Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA), Vernon Lucy, president of Ondeo Degremont,...
Written to encourage young water quality professionals to embark upon a career of challenges and responsibility in utility management, the Water...
Nearly 19 million Americans are at risk from exposure to dangerous chlorine gas used at 45 wastewater treatment facilities, according to a report...
Andy Richardson, chair of AWWA’s Strategic Planning Committee, AWWA vice-president, and the AWWA’s Arizona Section director, will be formally...
This past December, Benjamin H. Grumbles was named acting assistant administrator for the Office of Water at the U.S. EPA replacing the resigned G....
The Broward County (Fla.) North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, located in Pompano Beach, Fla., is doubling their dewatering capacity from 900...
With a population of approximately 14,000, the city of Springfield, Tenn., located north of Nashville, isn’t a big city, nor does its utility...
In the day and age of dwindling budgets and fiscal micromanagement, managing life cycle costs (LCC) is as important as ever. Combine the previous two...
Imaginative, innovative, and creative. These terms are commonly used to describe artists, architects or musicians but are not usually associated with...

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