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The road to renewable energy
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The road to renewable energy

Persistence pays off for Bernalillo County, N.M., which wanted to use solar power... More

Keeping green in the black
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Keeping green in the black

Nontraditional sources of labor make recycling possible. More

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Get cheap labor by partnering with nonprofits, prisons

Moberly, Mo., turned to sheltered workshops and then prison inmates to kick off a successful recycling program. More

Are You Holding Water Correctly?
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Are You Holding Water Correctly?

Three locations across the country head off flooding and improve water quality by... More

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Down & Dirty June 2007
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PUBLIC WORKS Briefs: July 2005

Cutting electricity costs; detention pond design seminar; fund seeks to help rural projects; bipartisan group launches e-waste group; work-truck resource; highway groups product 'green' forum; aluminum can recycling increases. More

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Upgrading to Class A anaerobic digestion

More utilities are looking at producing Class A biosolids from municipal wastewater sludges as a way to reduce their regulatory requirements and improve their program's image with the public. The question is, what is the best way to convert an existing Class B biosolids digestion system into a Class A program? More

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