Inside the February 2009 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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STORM: Creative Compliance
The City of Oakland achieves full NPDES Phase II compliance with award-winning innovations to improve environmental aesthetics and enhance the quality of life
Association News
This all-in-one resource will point you to the information you need.
Wholesale Change
A pipeline data model enables an Illinois water commission to map its distribution system and improve its management
Look Who Backs Government Spending
Is it possible that supporters of increased public expenditures include people who are not socialists, do-gooders, government workers and freeloaders?
SEWER: Strike Force
Emergency overflow response in the Sanitation Districts of L.A. County focuses on control and confinement. Speed and organization are critical.
WATER: Spokes in a Wheel
A proactive five-point program helps the City of Mankato operate a reliable water distribution system and keep water losses to a minimum
Stop the Negative Selling
Salespeople and engineers must trade only in fair and honest information when discussing trenchless technologies for specific applications
Access for Everyone
A California committee helps make sure that wastewater agencies of all sizes get quality training in collection system operation and maintenance
Think Inside the Box
A mobile base station for pipe inspection from CUES Inc. provides wide flexibility for varied site conditions and for different operating needs
Changing a Culture
A renewed emphasis on safety helps a South Carolina water and sewer authority achieve dramatic improvements in performance
Industry News - February 2009
PipeHunter Designer John Stoneman Sr. Dies; MyTana Seeks Unusual Moments; Federal Signal Launches Online Store