Insights by Casey Rose

Addressing iron in your water-wastewater system
Addressing iron in your water-wastewater system

Unpleasant tastes or odors, stains on linens, or rusty slime build-up on plumbing fixtures are just a few of the problems associated with iron and iron bacteria.

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Communities turn to water and wastewater operations contracts to address retiring work force
Communities turn to water and wastewater operations contracts to address retiring work force

For an estimated 38 percent of the municipal work force, retirement age is here or will be here in the next five years.

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Corporate culture must include work site safety
Corporate culture must include work site safety

This month, National Safety Month, we’re making an extended effort to acknowledge work site safety.

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Identifying the source of mercury
Identifying the source of mercury

What do you do when mercury is detected in your waste stream? Identify the source. The hunt for the contributor begins.

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Reducing mercury in the environment
Reducing mercury in the environment

Reducing mercury in your communty’s waste collection system is not only a cost savings method but is also good for the surrounding environment.

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Tough to believe: There is a market for septic waste
Tough to believe: There is a market for septic waste

It’s hard to believe there is money in septic waste, but accepting septage has become a viable revenue source for many communities.

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Design-build-operate: Biggest bang for the buck
Design-build-operate: Biggest bang for the buck

In a time when budgets are tight but projects are necessary, it’s important for communities to get the biggest bang for their buck. Community leaders are constantly under the microscope when it comes to spending public funds, and they have to be ready to explain the need for big expenditures.

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