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In order to help speakers cope and succeed in such challenging settings, the following general guidelines for effective public speaking are offered...
The city of Brownsville, Tenn., in 2001 retained the firm of J. R. Wauford and Company, Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Jackson, Tenn., to design an...
As an emerging leader in providing control solutions to industries throughout the Caribbean, P.A.S. Technologies (PAS) of San Juan, Puerto Rico,...
Aging infrastructures and sanitary sewer overflows (SSO), combined with limited funding and increasingly stringent compliance requirements, make...
A problem existed in Pennsylvania at the Upper Gwynedd Towamencin County Authority wastewater treatment plant, in the secondary treatment phase. The...
When applying zinc metal to steel handrail tubing for corrosion protection, batch hot-dip galvanizing and in-line, continuous galvanizing are the two...
The 1986 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act1 are challenging many water utilities to meet stricter water quality requirements. Two rules, the...
Have you had the experience of spending millions of dollars on GIS, Process Control, SCADA or CMMS but not seeing any change in your organization or...
Historically, most wastewater collection and treatment facilities have reacted to capacity, management, operations and maintenance (CMOM) problems as...
For years, many municipal-owned water and wastewater systems have maintained rate differentials between customers within their boundaries and...
New Agency to Handle Water Security Protection of the nation's water infrastructure is one of the responsibilities that would be given to the...
In a never-ending battle, another industry standard is being brought under fire on its scientific basis. A new report from the National Academies'...
Bottled water is fully regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a food product and subject to FDA?s extensive food safety and...
The Water Quality Association (WQA) and the point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) industry as a whole face the usual list of federal and state...
All right, so the “key” to this year’s Buyer’s Guide theme seems to be little more than a corny cliche. That being said, it...
Dear Roads & Bridges Readers, I would like to give thanks to Roads & Bridges magazine for once again allowing me an opportunity to share what...
New York’s Steuben County is famous for just what you might guess: Steuben crystal. The maker of fine crystal animals, bowls and candlesticks took...
For years states have invested in traffic safety but for the most part have remained tight-lipped about it. Strategies are tried, money is spent and...
Roadwork zones induce problems to the traffic flow, decreasing the level of safety. A number of factors come into play including: the type of work,...

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