Inside the August 2008 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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STORM - It's up to Everyone
Public education in the City of Brewer, Maine, makes sure that managing stormwater and reducing water pollution is a shared responsibility
In Praise of Small
It’s not only big cities that innovate with infrastructure upkeep. Midsize and smaller communities and utilities show a great deal of resourcefulness.
WATER - Caring for the Conduit
Attention to a critical supply pipeline helps the City of Greeley maintain access to high-quality water in a gravity-fed system
SEWER - Everything Under Control
An aggressive program against root intrusion is part of a comprehensive and effective maintenance strategy for Union Sanitary District
Quick Change
A pre-engineered system enables a city in Washington to replace a trouble-prone lift station with minimal disruption and at affordable cost
New Catch Basin Cleaner Delivers Versatility
The VC16 vacuum catch basin cleaner from Vacall Industries Inc. is designed for municipalities that need a single machine able to perform multiple tasks.
New Twist on Valve Care
The Spin Doctor valve and hydrant exerciser is designed to simplify the processes of exercising valves and collecting and analyzing data
Bouncing Back
Resilience is the key to helping team members stay productive and energized even in the face of rapid change and constant pressure
Setting the Pace
PACP becomes the industry standard in Quebec, and the new mandatory guideline helps position the program as the standard for Canada