Inside the July 2010 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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Getting Tough on I&I
The Vallejo Sanitation and Flood Control District uses pipe bursting as a key technology in an aggressive program to tighten its sewers
Building First-Stringers
Facing multiple retirements, senior managers at the Charleston (S.C.) Water System are grooming future leaders with an intense development program
Making it Visible
Stormwater programs in Kitsap County, Wash., aim to show local residents how proper management improves water quality and environmental health
Intelligent Planning
The Mesa Water Resources Department optimizes its inspection and rehab program with innovative software that makes it feasible to predict what might break next
Plugging the Gaps
An epoxy coating system helps a Florida sewer department cut off I&I from manholes and drive down sanitary sewer overflows
Pulling and Drilling
Manufacturers present innovations in pipe bursting and horizontal directional drilling for trenchless repair
Conflict Avoidance
Envista application helps multiple infrastructure owners coordinate activities and complete projects cost-effectively, free of interference
Industry News - July 2010
Badger Meter Purchases Cox Instruments, Flow Dynamics; Ottumwa, Iowa, Receives EPA Grant for Sewer Project; Jamko Receives PACP Certification
The Lesson of the Carp
The Great Lakes States’ battle against an invasive and destructive fish provides a metaphor for the growing fiscal crisis facing our country
So Much to Say
It is gratifying to see the pipeline rehabilitation industry moving forward and a new generation of leaders emerging
Self-Propelled Robotic Cutting Tool Offers High Versatility
Self-Propelled Robotic Cutting Tool Offers High Versatility
Product News - July 2010
Featured products of July.