Inside the May 2009 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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SEWER: The Flow of Intelligence
A carefully designed monitoring program helps King County, Wash., keep a close eye on system performance and understand future needs
A Little TLC
CIPP lining helps a small Wisconsin village rehabilitate backyard sanitary sewer lines with little disruption to local landscapes
STORM: Partnership Pays
A Keep It Clean Program helps the City of Boulder (Colo.) and its neighbors reach out to students and citizens and protects against stormwater pollution
A Luxury No Longer
Computers have long since come of age as basic household and business tools. Their power is steadily making life more efficient for infrastructure managers.
What Grade Would You Get?
Civil engineers give the nation’s underground infrastructure a grade of D-minus. Companies in the trenchless industry must approach repairs with high standards.
SEWER: Pushing Out Paper
The City of St. Paul applies technology to create a single source of electronic information on its aging system of sanitary and storm sewers
Making the Link
The latest version of flexidata-GIS software from PipeLogix Inc. links pipe inspections with mapping information to enhance efficiency in managing assets
Employees See the Light
A Texas water utility drives efficiency improvements by getting employees more involved and giving them a better view of the big picture
Flow Logger Works in Pipes or Open Channels
Stingray from Greyline Instruments Inc.
Industry News - May 2009
Cloverleaf Tool Names Rawlings General Manager; RIDGID Introduces “Luck of the Draw” Video Contest