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Concerned about getting bogged down by “Buy American” waiver requests associated with sewer and drinking water projects funded with stimulus money, the EPA has published a new national waiver policy concerning “incidental components.”

Static pipebursting continues to flex its trenchless muscles in projects around the United States.

Even though the natural gas posting requirements FERC established in Order 720 last November haven’t even gone into effect for major non interstate pipelines, the agency is already considering revising them.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

One of the world's largest ultraviolet (UV) water treatment facilities is under construction in Westchester County, NY.

In a relatively short period of time, NASSCO's Inspector Training and Certification Program (ITCP) is establishing new industry standards for inspecting cured in place pipe (CIPP) installations.

As domestic oil production increases throughout the United States, so have the populations of western oil towns, such as Hobbs, NM, as hundreds of new people flock in to find work on the oil rigs.

Don Talend, Contributing Editor

The most commonly cited benefits of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)-enabled machine control are grading and excavation productivity.

Robert Carpenter, Editor

It’s no surprise that utilities in new subdivisions typically are placed underground. But what’s really encouraging is that a growing number of cities and states are suggesting or, in some cases, actually stipulating that older lines should be moved underground when feasible.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Advances in inspection technologies have played a significant role in the ability to effectively rehabilitate underground sewer infrastructure.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

There was a time when the word "asbestos" was not primarily associated with serious health hazards.

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