Inside the May 2012 Issue Municipal Sewer & Water
Wastewater agency’s sweeping CSO abatement project keeping Narragansett Bay cleaner
People/Awards; Learning Opportunities; Calendar
People in water-related professions should feel free to stand up in public and advocate for projects and programs they believe in
ADS Environmental Services offers new software to simplify the setup and activation of its flow monitors
An ambitious pipeline project yields a permanent source of water for Livingston, Tenn.
Hydraulic modeling helps a Georgia city make water system improvements and plan for future growth in the aftermath of a tornado
Big Shot pneumatic piercing tools from Footage Tools Inc.
Local influence promotes global benefits for sewer professionals
Sioux Corp. redesigns website; East Jordan Iron Works consolidates under EJ brand; ISCO Industries founder dies; Goddard named TRB emeritus member
Good things are in the pipeline for MSW readers
SmartCover monitors provide real-time alerts to potential overflows for Leucadia Wastewater District
No news is good news for a Baltimore County wastewater pumping station that once drew the wrong kind of publicity
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