Don’t You Dare Say I’m Spoiled
My September editorial (page 9) talked about how Millennials will impact the public works profession and our nation’s quality of life. The author of this letter to the editor makes an excellent point worth sharing.
Utilities Non-Committal on Dangers of Lead in Drinking Water
Officials in America's 10 largest cities are surprisingly coy when asked about the...
Is the Market for Recyclables Dead? Nope!
A long-time solid waste expert debunks eight myths about municipal recycling...
It's National Walk to School Day!
Get off the couch and celebrate this annual program's 20th anniversary.
Vote NOW Or Forever Hold Your Peace
It’s Tank of the Year time again: The potable water industry’s version of the Miss USA pageant. Vote by noon (Central) on Fri., Oct. 14.
'Smart' Manholes Stop Backups Before They Happen
To avoid sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs), many wastewater utilities deploy...
San Francisco's Public Transit Solution? Pay Riders
BART hopes that incentives will help convince travelers to make off-peak trips.
Spotting Street Sign Errors
Seoul hopes prizes will entice people to point out poorly translated street signs.
Art Exhibit Celebrates Solid Waste Employees
A New York City artist emphasizes the importance of daily maintenance by putting...
What Its Marketing Says About Your Agency
Last week I promised to share five more things I learned at the American Public...