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  • Wacker Neuson Honda-powered rammers

    Wacker Neuson has expanded its popular vibratory rammer line to include two models powered by a four-cycle Honda engine.  The BS 50-4As and BS 60-4As are equipped with a 3.2-hp GX 100 Honda engine.

  • At long last: new water funding

    Water and sewer construction and rehabilitation projects expected to cost $20 million are eligible for funding through a new federal program. In communities with less than 25,000 people, $5 million projects are eligible.

  • Parks division puts community first

    The South Brunswick Township's Parks Division steps up its game to get the parks ready for summer fun.

  • Do-it-yourself carburetor cleaning

    With some basic tools, a shop towel, and a couple of hours, you can clean your engines' carburetors yourself and save time and money.

  • DBO water contracts increasingly popular

    At least three West Coast cities are using design-build-operate (DBO) to deliver critical water and sewer upgrades. The methodology is also popular with engineering awards judges.

  • High-pressure wheel-washing

    Wheel-washing protects snow-and-ice control equipment and minimizes the spread of invasive plants.

  • Spray-injection patcher

    Clean pavement with compressed air, apply tack coat, spray-inject emulsion/aggregate mix, finish with dry aggregate, and open the road.

  • Self-cleaning vehicle camera

    Fluid is sprayed onto the lens surface and then cleared with a built-in wiper.

  • Clean drinking water tops list of best inventions ever

    A new survey of chemical engineers reports that the ability to treat water so that it can be used for human consumption is the most significant invention in the modern era.

  • 2014 Outlook: Vancouver, Wash.

    New emission limits will require more extensive and more expensive monitoring. Additional recording and training will also be required.