Tag Archive: environmental

/News---Info/Blog/March-2017/The-Multi-Discharger-Phosphorus-Variance--Is-it-ri Pat Morrow, PE
The EPA provided their long-awaited approval of Wisconsin’s Multi-Discharger Variance (MDV) for phosphorus on February 6, 2017. Is the MDV right for your community? The appropriate compliance approach can only be determined after thoughtful planning and evaluation.An overview will be presented at Wisconsin Rural Water Association Annual Technical conference on March 30.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2016/Minimize-potential-flood-damage-in-your-community Brian Miller, PE
In just hours, torrential rains and devastating floods can damage infrastructure and disrupt communities. Recovery, on the other hand, can take years of costly repair. Are you ready to minimize potential damage in your community? 

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/News---Info/Blog/April-2015/What-are-you-doing-with-your-bedded-pack-manures- Andrew Skwor, PE, CPESC
Some experts state that applying bedded pack manures to the field can result in decreased crop yields. This decrease is primarily due to the degradation of the manure. When this happens, your crops pay the price.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2015/Environmental-Testing-Can-Help-Prevent-Costly-Surp Brian Hegge, PH
What happens when a property or building owner wants to sell an abandoned building to a municipality for a mere $1? Taxpayers may be clamoring for its acquisition so a waiting developer can transform or demolish it and replace the structure with another facility. But before public officials accept the deal for a building or property, they need to investigate environmental issues to determine whether liabilities exist.

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/News---Info/Blog/March-2015/Trouble-with-Total-Nitrogen--Contact-the-Local-Bre Matthew Castillo
What makes wastewater "bugs" happy? Beer! Well not exactly, but it turns out that a beer brewing byproduct, weak wort, is a great supplemental carbon source for denitrifiers. 

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