February 2009 Table of Contents

APWA targets sustainability, local relationships APWA targets sustainability, local relationships

The American Public Works Association and National Association of Regional Councils have formalized their relationship by signing a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on funding requests, legislative and regulatory initiatives, and conferences. Read more

Capitol infusion

A federal commission's report urges lawmakers to spur transportation infrastructure funding by providing state and local governments with quicker access to cash. Read more

PUBLIC WORKS Article Links February 2009

Article Links for the February Issue of PW Mag Read more

A Passion for ‘Poo’ A Passion for ‘Poo’

Television show host Mike Rowe explores the dirty side of earning an honest living. Read more

Computer Copilots Fleet Management Computer Copilots

How technology compensates for simple human error. Read more

Lead-In to Leed Lead-In to Leed

Puget Sound begins developing the nation's first “green certification” program. Read more

A First for Everything A First for Everything

Engineered emulsion and fly ash make for a unique full-depth reclamation project. Read more

Gaining the Competitive Edge

Two Texas utilities launch an award-winning initiative in their effort to avoid privatization. Read more

Water Reuse = Energy Efficiency Water Reuse = Energy Efficiency

One California water utility plans to be off the grid by 2020. Read more

Kilowatt Killers

Getting the most out of energy-saving performance contracts. Read more

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