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Transportation projects: Enhanced by decentralized green infrastructure
Transportation projects: Enhanced by decentralized green infrastructure

A decentralized approach of distributing small-scale green infrastructure throughout a project is most effective.

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Senate Bill 5, what’s next?
Senate Bill 5, what’s next?

The next deadline under SB 5 is July 2, 2016, when affected cities and counties must update local zoning ordinances.

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Easier development of new hydro
Easier development of new hydro

The Senate recently introduced energy bill, which will make the development of new hydroelectric generation easier.

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Septage hauler treatment system options
Septage hauler treatment system options

In the past, septic haulers with land application permits disposed of collected residential septage by spreading the anaerobically-treated material on farm fields.

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Show me the money: Municipal water and wastewater
Show me the money: Municipal water and wastewater

No matter the size of municipal water or wastewater project, you always need money. Fortunately, there are many funding sources

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Valuing our natural systems: Community asset management
Valuing our natural systems: Community asset management

Natural systems, such as waterways and wetlands, can be incorporated into a community asset management framework just as we do for other traditional capital improvements.

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The future of the past: 3D printing and robots
The future of the past: 3D printing and robots

While the title sounds like science fiction, advances in 3D printing and robotics provide real possibilities for constructing bridges and other types of public infrastructure.

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Getting smarter about stormwater management
Getting smarter about stormwater management

We live in a processor controlled world. Almost everything in our modern lives that “does something” has a microprocessor.

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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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Temporary spillway closure systems
Temporary spillway closure systems

A common features of most dams is a spillway which allows for the release of flows. Controlled spillways have mechanical structures or gates to regulate the rate of flow.

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