Tag: water trucks

The WATER TRUCK is a Carrier Truck having Water Cistern over his frame. The main task of a Water truck can be either cleaning or fire extinguishing (Fire Truck) The Water Truck is often used for Municipal duties.

Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting

Although various forms of rainwater harvesting have been used for thousands of years, as an organized industry, it is still in its infancy. At present, no national standards are in place regulating its use, although various states and municipalities have begun promulgating laws concerning how rainwater may (or may not)

Stalking the Fugitive

Stalking the Fugitive

Dust—it’s everywhere, and seems to accumulate literally from thin air. It seems harmless but it is anything but that. Dramatic photos that captured the devastation of the central plains Dust Bowl of the Great Depression are compelling evidence of how dry, vulnerable soil, transported by wind, transforms the landscape.

Landfill Gas Treatment Systems

Landfill Gas Treatment Systems

Prior to conversion, limited treatment is required for direct use of landfill gas (LFG) in boilers or engines. Primary treatment steps may include dehydration and filtration to reduce moisture and particulates, as well as hydrogen sulfide and/or volatile organic compound (VOC) removal.

Advanced treatment is required to produce high-BTU gas for

Contractors-Services Rumble Track

Contractors-Services Rumble Track

Rumble Track is designed to be placed on job site exits roads where they join public streets. Rumble Track works by removing dirt, mud, and other debris from the tires of your vehicles. That way, dirt stays on the job site where it belongs instead of ending up on public

Contractors-Services Rumble Track

Contractors-Services Rumble Track

Rumble Track is designed to be placed on job site exits roads where they join public streets. Rumble Track works by removing dirt, mud, and other debris from the tires of your vehicles. That way, dirt stays on the job site where it belongs instead of ending up on public

Making the First Move

Making the First Move

Work on construction sites may increase the rate of erosion by as much as 1,000 times the preconstruction rate, according to EPA. The main problem associated with erosion at these sites is the impact of sediment on water quality. It may contain lead, arsenic, and mercury; oils, petroleum, and VOCs

Making the First Move

Making the First Move

Work on construction sites may increase the rate of erosion by as much as 1,000 times the preconstruction rate, according to EPA. The main problem associated with erosion at these sites is the impact of sediment on water quality. It may contain lead, arsenic, and mercury; oils, petroleum, and VOCs

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