Inside the August 2010 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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No More Overflows
I&I control, effective root treatment and FOG regulations help a California water and sewer district say so long to SSOs
Industry News - August 2010
Louisiana FS Solutions Center Adds Guzzler Parts; Draincables Direct Opens California Location; PipeFlo Becomes Installer for LMK Enterprises; Kansas City to Spend $2.5 Billion on Reducing Overflows; EPA Awards $194,000 Grant for Water Infrastructure; Pat’s Pump Named Distributor for Myers/Aplex
Getting Going
A booklet created by a state regulatory agency provides a simple blueprint for smaller communities seeking to establish effective CMOM programs
Seeing the Heat
Infrared sewer inspection technology now includes display of temperature in full color, opening up new applications for investigating issues
Winning Ways
The Los Angeles Watershed Protection Division cuts down runoff pollution with a diverse program of trash trapping, public outreach and monitoring
Out of the Comfort Zone
Dye testing and inspection, combined with recordkeeping on a new Web-based application, helps an Ohio city get a firm handle on inflow and infiltration
The Old Made New
An inspection vehicle retrofit enables a Maine sewer district to improve efficiency and significantly enhance reliability
Just Like Tax Day?
CMOM programming can be quite intimidating, but there are simple and effective ways to get started, and make a difference in system performance
Ted DeBoda Named NASSCO Executive Director
DeBoda brings extensive industry and engineering experience as he prepares to succeed Irvin Gemora effective in August.
Eco Jet System Leaves Smaller Carbon Footprint
800-HPR Series 3 truck jet with the Eco Jet System from Sewer Equipment Co. of America
Running a Lean Machine
Lean leadership principles can help a department break processes down into their components, eliminate steps that add no value and boost efficiency
Product News - August 2010
Featured products of August