October 2015 Table of Contents

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Water and wastewater dangers

New OSHA standard addresses the unique dangers posed by water and sewer system construction and improvements. Read more

Architecture, engineering, and construction services Architecture, engineering, and construction services

As the economy improves, public works departments use consultants to get backlogged projects off the ground. Read more

Have inspectors gone rogue? Have inspectors gone rogue?

Are general contractors afraid to say something for fear of retaliation? Read more

Sidewalk widths Sidewalk widths

Can someone narrow a 60-inch sidewalk to 32 inches for 2 feet and then widen it to 3 feet? Read more

Utility ups energy supply with county landfill gas Utility ups energy supply with county landfill gas

Award-winning landfill gas-to-energy project highlights benefit of a new type of plastic pipeline. Read more

Fighting public urination Fighting public urination

Pee-repellant coating gives whizzers a taste of their own medicine. Read more

Utilizing your equipment Utilizing your equipment

Equipment utilization is the last thing that should bog down operations. That’s where custom solutions come into play. Read more

Product Focus: Solid Waste Products Product Focus: Solid Waste Products

The October issue of Public Works focused on Solid Waste Products. Read more

All Hail, Award-Winning Public Works Projects!

Twenty-three projects recently received top honors from the only professional organization devoted to North American public works. Read on for the details. Read more

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