DOTs across North America want to copy Idaho's award-winning system for measuring how changes to snow and ice control plans affect safety...
Helping public works departments streamline snow and ice control will keep consultants Diana Clonch and Diane Watkins in snow boots for...
Two public works professionals crash through the glass ceiling as they give advice on ice and snow removal to public works departments.
Hydraulic unit provides 33% more output at the same truck rpms.
Sewer cleaner can be specified with single-engine, dual-stage fan and/or 10-foot telescopic boom.
Crews can quickly and easily move material or broadcast finished product anywhere they like.
Products' use helps minimize the risk of petroleum contamination to the environment and the public.
Rightsizing should be a part of every replacement cycle’s evaluation process.
Air filter precleaners save $10,000 annually on maintenance.
Awards presented at 2015 APWA North American Snow Conference in Grand Rapid
Fueled by an increase in suppliers nationwide and an incentive program since 2012, public groundskeepers are switching to propane.
Standardizes electronic controls regardless of truck make/model, chassis, and equipment set.
Single-stage snow blowers use 20% less horsepower than conventional, two-stage units.
Tow 2150 lbs. or haul 1,900 lbs. to hard-to-reach jobsites using a gasoline or diesel engine.
Features include GPS fleet tracking, fleet maps, vehicle diagnostics with alerts, and more.
Emergencies occur at the least opportune times. Sink holes appear. Utility lines snap. Storms wash out rights of way. When these things...
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