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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.

Fugitive Dust Control and Road Stabilization

Fugitive Dust Control and Road Stabilization

Whether fugitive dust comes from mining activities, country roads, open land, or elsewhere, federal governments in North America and in other countries around the world have been tightening their dust control regulations.

Project Profile: Mission Accomplished

Project Profile: Mission Accomplished

MacDill Air Force Base, located approximately 4 miles south-southwest of downtown Tampa, FL, is the base for the US Air Force’s Air Mobility Command, which provides airlift, special missions, aerial refueling, and aeromedical evacuation for the armed forces. MacDill is home to 16 KC-135 Stratotankers and three C-37 Gulfstreams. The

Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the March/April 2013 issue of Stormwater.

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

Keep on Trucking

Keep on Trucking

Wheel wash systems are often one of the least recognized landfill structures for ensuring safety, health, and environmental protection. But they are far from being the least important—not that any landfill protective system is unimportant. For a minor capital investment and minimal operating costs, landfill owners and operators can achieve

Control Methods for Odor and Dust in MRFs

Control Methods for Odor and Dust in MRFs

In many ways, material recovery facilities (MRFs) are harsher work environments than landfill working faces. During both operations, the protection of human health and the environment are primary concerns. While not exposed to the elements, the management of waste in a confined building has its own hazards. Enclosed facilities that

What’s That Smell?

What’s That Smell?

In many ways, material recovery facilities (MRFs) are harsher work environments than landfill working faces. During both operations, the protection of human health and the environment are primary concerns. While not exposed to the elements, the management of waste in a confined building has its own hazards. Enclosed facilities that

Keeping Dirt Onsite

Keeping Dirt Onsite

The scope of work for BMP Contractors in ­Riverside, CA, has greatly expanded with new construction permit requirements, notes ­company president Doug Sadler.

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