Inside the February 2013 Issue of Municipal Sewer & Water

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Conserve and Control Conserve and Control
Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District controls costs by investing in conservation programs that reduce infrastructure maintenance expenses.
Worth Noting - February 2013 At Your Fingertips At Your Fingertips
Spartan Tool’s new sewer camera system combines a high-quality push camera, digital recording, and a monitor with touch-screen controls.
Tier 4 Without Tears Tier 4 Without Tears
By 2015 all new off-road diesel equipment will be Tier 4 compliant, requiring additional maintenance considerations.
Driven by Data Driven by Data
South Bend is proving that low-cost flow monitoring technology and cloud-based software can trump high-cost infrastructure expansion.
Decades in the Making Decades in the Making
Fall River’s massive CSO abatement project has made a big impact on local water quality.
Creating an International Standard
The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program now serves several countries in multiple languages.
Industry News - February 2013 Industry News - February 2013 Fostering Accountability in the Workplace
Managers should strive to create environments that engage employees and bring out their best.
Finding New Paths to Success
MSW and the Pumper & Cleaner Expo showcase better ways for municipal utilities to move forward.
It's All Inside It's All Inside
2013 Pumper & Cleaner Environmental Expo will feature the best tools and equipment to improve your utility.
Just an ‘Ole Boy’ Just an ‘Ole Boy’ EXPO EATS: 10 To Try
Walkable downtown restaurants fit most appetites and budgets.
Tip a Frosty Mug Tip a Frosty Mug
Expo visitors can whet their whistles at several Indy craft breweries and explore walkable downtown restaurant destinations.