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Ries and Trout (Marketing Warfare) brought us the vernacular of the military establishment. Tom Peters (In Search of Excellence) gave us a more...
The bottled water industry continues to strive to produce a quality product that inspires consumer confidence. One of the most important (and...
Not long ago, a county road engineer from rural Kansas needed a partial subsurface evaluation of a bridge project Not long ago, a county road...
More than a decade ago, the highway community joined together to initiate the Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) Program More than a decade ago,...
Aerobic digestion has been widely used in wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) for many years. The purpose of aerobic sludge digestion is to stabilize...
Small wastewater systems present many unique challenges including significant organic loading and flow variations, limited financial resources,...
Projects rarely are easy. However, throw in a remote site, steep siphon, a limited number of access points, harsh winter conditions and environmental...
Life at a water utility or municipality is gaining complexity. With the cost of merely doing business rising, the supply of water shrinking, a...
The drinking water reservoir of Montsouris (France), built in 1874, is one of oldest among the thirteen that supply Paris with water. Located on the...
Performance The performance of the Sleepy Hollow Wastewater Treatment Facility was extensively monitored for a sixteen week period. The influent and...
The City of Albuquerque depends on groundwater from 93 deep aquifer wells to supply drinking water to more than 400,000 users. The city is fortunate...
Many people are predicting that the biggest battle over resources, both in the United States and worldwide, in the next 25 to 50 years will be over...
Water Matters! was the slogan of a rally dedicated to communicating the importance of safe and clean drinking water and securing support for...
The chairman of a key congressional subcommittee on water policy says that a National Academy of Sciences (NAS) report on the proposed new Total...
In 1963, former President Dwight D In 1963, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower predicted that the Interstate System "would change the face of...
Once again I have the opportunity to take a good look at companies in the industry and receive a clear picture of all of the changes and...
As the POU/POE water treatment industry progresses to new levels and meets new challenges, issues regarding regulations and standards continually...
Though water covers 70 percent of the earth's surface, supplies of potable water are in crisis. According to World Watch Institute's "State of the...
Oil and Grease (O&G) are a common occurrence in wastewater. An EPA commissioned study recently concluded that O&G is an indicator of the...
For the last two decades, the City of Surrey (British Columbia) has been the fastest-growing major city in Canada. Between the 1996 census and the...

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