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A new approach to providing water is essential for the future. Water utilities are having to overcome some serious challenges to provide clean water. Plus: Design solutions help cars and bicycles coexist; regional wastewater treatment plant in Arkansas takes phosphorus removal to a new level; biologists help airports improve safety and meet part 139 certification requirements.
Articles In This Issue
Water is essential to building communities and helping them thrive.
How can utilities evaluate opportunities for solar-powered electrical generation?
Required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a process hazard analysis is a systematic, detailed study designed to identify potential hazardous scenarios within a specific process.
To proactively correct issues before they become incidents, Burns & McDonnell Safety & Health will implement a new Task Safety Observation Program.
Projects Earn LEED Certification; Groundbreaking Marks Beginning of City's First Landfill Gas Facility; Work Continues on Kansas City Overflow Control Program; KDOT Pavement Management Study
He's traveled the world and returned to his roots in Minnesota. The rapid growth and success of the Burns & McDonnell Minneapolis-St. Paul office sits comfortably on Gene Sieve's shoulders.
Design solutions help cars and bicycles coexist. The two have long had a strained relationship, but new designs are making it easier to share the road.
A new approach to providing water is essential for the future. Water utilities are having to overcome some serious challenges to provide clean water.
The rapid growth of the Marshall Army Airfield campus at Fort Riley, near Junction City, Kan., presented an opportunity to outfit the installation with environmentally sound development strategies focusing on energy, water and resource conservation.
A regional wastewater treatment plant in Arkansas takes phosphorus removal to a new level. Changing regulations challenge the project's initial design, but technology additions lead to success.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issues final Boiler MACT rule, then stays its effective date.
Biologists help airports improve safety and meet part 139 certification requirements.