Four Ways to Save America's Infrastructure
The American Society of Civil Engineers says road, water, and other public works...
Federal Support of Water Utilities Dwindles as Population Increases
If you feel like you're constantly requesting a rate increase, there's a reason: Federal spending on water utility projects has fallen 75% since 1977, according to an investigation based on Congressional Budget Office estimates.
Lead regulation and transparency
The public relations debacle surrounding tap water in Flint, Mich., is ushering in...
Road and sewer project a team effort
City earns engineering award for multifaceted project that used three...
Converting sodium lights to LEDs: Spending to save (energy)
Although replacing all of West Richland’s 1,097 streetlight fixtures with LEDs made long-term financial sense, the project came with a hefty pricetag. However, the energy-saving measure was eligible for a series of grants and incentives.
Converting sodium lights to LEDs
Small Washington city makes history with streetlight-driven energy metering....
City Awards $9 Million Library Expansion
Built in 1962 and expanded in 1986, the public library in North Bellmore, N.Y., is...
Culvert improvement saves money
Public works department and others decide a culvert with reinforced concrete...
ServiceGuard pipe for water service line leaks and failures
Water utilities combat leaks with a flexible but durable pipe that’s installed via...
The merits of Fusible PVC
Fusible PVC is highly compatible with ductile iron, which facilitates connections...