More stories about OHIO

  • Warming Trend

    A paving material that promises excellent performance, environmental benefits, and reduced cost, warm-mix asphalt (WMA) is generating enthusiasm among transportation managers. Though still largely confined to trial and demonstration projects in the United States, prospects seem favorable for it to...

  • Pipe-within-a-pipe

    Avon Lake Municipal Utilities in Ohio found a way to save $1 million on one portion of its $20 million sewer-separation project, which the EPA approved in 2004 and is expected to be fully completed in 2020.

  • Down & Dirty October 2007

  • Red light, yellow light, green light

    Hudson, Ohio, uses GPS-equipped intersection systems to give emergency vehicles right of way.

  • Tight squeeze

    Membrane filtration isn't just for big cities. Two small water districts are using the decade-old technology to combat discharge requirements and prepare for growth.

  • Bringing on new plant

    Ask anyone who's created a new water treatment plant or revamped an existing one, and you'll likely hear about the complexities. What the Earth Tech team has learned about designing in quality for this new operation may help your city succeed.

  • Hi-Vac Expands with O'Brien Manufacturing

    Hi-Vac Corporation has acquired certain assets of O'Brien Manufacturing, including the trade name, and will move the production of the O'Brien Manufacturing product line to its modern facility located in Marietta, Ohio.

  • World's best water flows in Ohio towns

    Two Ohio towns captured gold and silver medals at the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting in February. Founded in 1991, the contest is designed to recognize the best-tasting municipal and commercially available water.

  • Asphalt demand increasing

  • Paving with roller compacted concrete

    This is the finest product for city streets to come along in years,” said Marty Savko of Nickolas Savko & Sons, Columbus, Ohio.