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Felling Trailers has released another option on its drop deck trailers, including its IT-I series.

Williams Partners LP, a Tulsa, OK-based company, announced recently that it has filed a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission application to expand its Transco natural gas pipeline for growing markets in northern Pennsylvania and along its main line from New Jersey through Alabama.

The Department of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced a proposed settlement with the city of Columbia, SC, to resolve violations of the Clean Water Act (CWA), including unauthorized overflows of untreated raw sewage, according to a press release.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel recently announced a significant new stormwater initiative for the Windy City during the annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) held Oct. 7-9.

With the National Energy Board continuing its hearings on Enbridge's proposal to reverse the flow of Line 9B, TDT Crews Ltd. is urging Ontarians to support the project because of the economic benefits and job opportunities Line 9B would bring to Ontario workers.

Intelligent Leads is a unique new way to view construction project activity across the United States from Reed Construction. Combining Reed’s trusted database of construction projects with RSMeans’ predictive cost models; Intelligent Leads offers unmatched visibility into project opportunities.

Condux International recently unveiled the APS75 Hydraulic Underground Cable Puller. The APS75 provides up to 7,500 pounds of continuous pulling power to tackle a comprehensive range of pulling applications.

Designed for use with excavators ranging in size from 8 to 75 tons, Geith heavy duty buckets are ideal for general construction site work as well as more demanding excavation applications involving soil, dirt and gravel.

Manufactured in the United States from the toughest wear-resistant tungsten carbide, U.S. Drilling Products’ new Directional Underground Boring Bit is gaining attention for its rock-busting capabilities.

In mid-September, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers drafted a proposed rule to clarify which bodies of water fall under the Clean Water Act (CWA) – a question that had been contested for years, with debate hinging on whether waters connecting to “navigable waters” fell under the agencies’ authority.