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Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health Dr. David Michaels has appointed Bill Perry as the new director of the agency’s Directorate of Standards and Guidance.

Randy Happel, Contributing Editor

Failures to aging water and sewer service lines are on the increase in major cities and small towns alike throughout the United States.

EHC Inc., a construction company that provides pre-construction, earthwork and infrastructure services, announced that 20 percent of employees marked five-plus years of service at the company in 2014, one of which celebrates a 20-year anniversary.

Formerly known as the Tulsa Pipeline Expo, the rebranded and expanded The Pipeline and Energy Expo was held in August at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa.

Radiodetection was a winner again at the International Locate Rodeo in Atlanta, GA.

In August, family-owned Tulsa Rig Iron held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of a new state-of-the-art facility sitting on 20 acres just south of Tulsa, OK.

PFERD Inc. announces the appointment of Sean Lindley as applications specialist covering Louisiana and Texas with occasional assignments in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that it is providing $67,000 in technical assistance to the city of Santa Maria, CA, to help it plan for water quality management.

State utility regulators ruled on Oct. 10 that Vermont Gas Systems can continue to build its pipeline from Chittenden County to Addison County despite substantial cost overruns, as reported in VPR News.

The board of directors of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America announced the election of Ronald J. Tanski, president and chief executive officer of National Fuel Gas Company, as chairman of the INGAA board of directors for a one-year term from October 2014 to October 2015.

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