Inside the May 2010 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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Badge of the Professional
Wastewater collections system operators in Monroe County, N.Y., go to school to improve their skills and earn certification in their specialty
Industry News - May 2010
McElroy Adds Build and Price Internet Feature; Sewage, Wastewater Construction at Record Levels; ADS Acquires StormTech LLC; SPIR STAR Promotes Blalock to Outside Sales Rep
End to End
Accela Asset Management lets government agencies and utilities manage multiple functions in a single, integrated software package
Two Becoming One
A Wisconsin community makes a dewatering belt press do double duty for water treatment lime sludge and wastewater biosolids
Race to Zero
St. Petersburg overcomes wet weather and nearly eliminates overflows with an award-winning collections system maintenance program
The Bottom Line
The City of Duluth battles unique hillside topography in a productive effort to stamp out sanitary sewer overflows and comply with a consent decree
Taking Care of Yourself
Your own personal physical plant is just as important as your equipment. Spending time on fitness can mean better health and more energy at work.
Educating Our Publics
Telling people about basic behaviors that affect sewer and stormwater systems can help mitigate a host of costly infrastructure problems
Camera Transporter Switches Between Wheels and Tracks
WTR III transformer transporter inspection camera from CUES Inc.
Building Diversity
More minorities in the workplace add valuable new perspectives and ideas. Recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce takes a concerted effort.
Product News - May 2010
Featured products of May