Inside the November 2009 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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WATER: A Good Neighbor
An Iowa utility shares the wealth of knowledge and skills with its neighbors through an effective method to pinpoint leak sources and reduce unaccounted-for water
WATER: Fighting on Two Fronts
The Austin Water Utility attacks water losses in the street and in the home, protecting its supplies for the long term and saving on energy today.
Detective Work
Ultrasonic sensors and level-velocity logger help locate illegal hookups creating excessive flows at an Ontario wastewater treatment plant
SEWER: Enhancing Collection
A CMOM assessment tool created by the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission can help communities nationwide shape up their sewers
Are You Certified?
Voluntary wastewater collection system operator certification confers a mark of professionalism on a group of people who deserve credibility and recognition
Shedding New Light
The Blue-Tek UV-cured pipe lining system from Reline America is designed to simplify installation by using pre-manufactured lining material
Meeting Expectations
The City of Garland (Texas) Water Utilities Department uses computerized evaluation systems to improve system operators’ performance
Compact, Low-Profile Hydroexcavator Works Well in Tight Spaces
V500 vacuum excavator from McLaughlin Group Inc.
Industry News - November 2009
Mr. Manhole Expands into Maine; RedZone Robotics Acquires ICOMMM; MaxLiner Receives ICC-ES Code Recognition; McLaughlin Locator Helps Win Utility Rodeo