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Natural Gas Fracking EPA Compliance

Comply With EPA Regulations for Utilities; Oil and Natural Gas Drilling

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued new air quality regulations that are starting to go into effect throughout the country and will continue to increase through 2020. On top of new federal regulations, several states have implemented even more stringent air quality requirements. The new requirements target all types of industry, but some that are […]

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Replacing Aging Water Meters

Replacing Aging Water Meters

Many cities and utility companies are dealing with 20-plus-year-old water meters. They’re beginning to fail. Historically, cities and water districts would slowly change out all the meters in their jurisdictions, maybe tackling 5 to 15 percent of the total each year over several years. That method worked well for decades. But meters never changed much […]

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More with Less- Municipal Budgets

Accomplish More with a Smaller Staff and Tighter Budget

Municipalities and utility companies all over the country have been under tremendous pressure to trim their budgets since the economic crisis began in 2008. That means they’re working with smaller staffs and less money for major maintenance and upkeep of important water and natural gas infrastructure and meters. Delayed maintenance can be costly in the […]

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Why Manufacturing And Natural Gas Industry Should Buy Service Brass Now

Businesses that rely on a ready supply of non-potable water should be aware of the Reduction Of Lead In Drinking Water Act and how it could impact their bottom lines. Companies that invest now in service brass for their water infrastructure could see significant savings on future projects. The law Congress passed Public Act 380-111 […]

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How Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act Will Impact Developers

The last five years have been hard times for developers as the real estate crisis slowed new home construction and millions of finished lots sat vacant. As construction picked up in 2012 and there was a nationwide surge in single-family construction permits, developers are finally starting to see the light at the end of the […]

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Why Mobile Home Parks Should Consider Updating Water Infrastructure Now

News stories about mobile home parks facing troubles and even legal issues because of aging water infrastructure are becoming increasingly common as manufactured home communities get older and older. Since so many of the nation’s 140,000 mobile home parks were built in a hurry, never intended to be permanent structures, at least 30 years ago, […]

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