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Keeps employees from slipping and falling on ice

Slipping these over work boots provides comfortable and consistent traction on... More

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Save pump motors from VFD-induced damage

How to keep damaged bearings from cancelling out energy savings. More

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Making contracted operations work

A community of 10,000 prepares for water and wastewater service growth without... More

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Bridge-in-a-backpack receives award
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Accelerated construction method combats corrosion

Replacing rebar with polymer is expected to double the service life of short- and medium-span concrete decks. More

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Wastewater 101

Know the basics of efficient operations and what it takes to prepare for a successful inspection of your facility. More

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Food: The Final Frontier

The nation should recognize the leadership that PUBLIC WORKS readers provided—and continue to provide—in driving the practice of recycling, a process that requires identifying markets for all that material as well as mobilizing the public. More

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Tossing the tube

John Bardeen, William Shockley, and Walter Brattain—researchers at Bell Telephone Laboratories in Murray Hill, NJ.—never dreamed that their invention of the transistor would become such a big deal in the waste industry when they received the Nobel Prize in physics in 1956. More

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