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What’s So Great About M68?

Posted by Christine Gunsaullus on Tuesday, August 14, 2018

manual for water quality in distribution systemsAs water professionals, we work in such a diverse industry. So many variables affect each system, and no two are alike. So overcoming challenges is, well, challenging – because there isn’t always a ... Read More

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Categories: Municipal Infrastructure

Tagged: Potable Water  |  Environmental  |  Engineering  |  Regulations


Changes to Chapter 109 – Safe Drinking Water Regulations

Posted by Natalie O'Connor on Wednesday, August 01, 2018

We’ve been hearing about the proposed changes to the Chapter 109 disinfection regulations for many years, but without concrete regulations, there was little anyone could do to prepare. So we were stuck, patiently waiting for policy makers to set the next obstacle... Read More

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Categories: Municipal Infrastructure

Tagged: Potable Water  |  Regulations


Act 50 PA One Call Updates: Not Just for Excavators Anymore

Posted by Christine Gunsaullus on Tuesday, June 12, 2018

We’re all familiar with the Pennsylvania One Call System. My first two co-op jobs at Aqua PA and Sun Pipeline introduced me to the “Call Before You Dig” rules, and over the years, its done a good job of increasing safety and protecting our infrastructure.... Read More

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Categories: Buildings & Campus  |  Industrial & Manufacturing  |  Municipal Infrastructure  |  Oil & Gas Infrastructure  |  Entech, Engineering, & Beyond

Tagged: Regulations


PA-AWWA Presentation Schedule

Posted by Bryon Killian on Tuesday, May 01, 2018

The Pennsylvania American Water Works Association’s (PA-AWWA) Annual Conference is being held May 8-10, 2018 in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains. It marks the 70th anniversary of the conference, which brings together water system owners, operators, regulators,... Read More

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Categories: Municipal Infrastructure

Tagged: Potable Water


De-Icing Without Damaging Historic Masonry

Posted by Joshua Kiehl on Thursday, March 15, 2018

As winter arrives, bringing with it ice and snow, historic building owners are faced with the additional challenge of keeping walkways and steps around their facilities safe for pedestrians and clear of slipping hazards. Safety is always paramount, but long-term damage to... Read More

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Categories: Buildings & Campus

Tagged: Architectural  |  Historic Preservation


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