As communities with combined sewer overflow problems and/or compliance decrees began evaluating their programs, officials and planners realized that “green” infrastructure could offset capital-intensive gray infrastructure like sewer separation, storage tanks, tunnels, and treatment facilities.
Necessity and creativity keep the public-private connection going strong.
Instead of using manual, mechanical testing methods, today's cars, trucks, and heavy equipment require computerized troubleshooting, which is often expensive. However, Jake Stucky of Missoula, Montana, has found some cost-saving solutions.
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