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There are a number of services that only a licensed Professional Surveyor is allowed to provide, specifically those related to the location of property boundaries, but Surveyors also provide a wide variety of land related services such as location, topography, spatial position, and land use planning. Basically, anything related to land location and use will generally require the services of a Professional Surveyor.
AE2S was founded 26 years ago with the goal of providing compliance assistance to utilities and municipalities faced with amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act amendments, namely the Surface Water Treatment Rule. Although AE2S has expanded since 1991 to include many additional services, our core services still revolve around water – drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and water resources....Full Article
Our nation’s capital is at the center of the flushable wipes debate. The Washington D.C. Council passed a law in late 2016 to require manufacturers to label their products "Do Not Flush" by the end of 2017. The law also calls for dispersibility criteria to be established so wipes that do get flushed are able to break down, to prevent expensive sewer clogs in D.C.’s wastewater infrastructure.Read more
A water district that serves an area of approximately 5,010 square miles and six counties in southeast North Dakota is on the verge of adding hundreds of new customers through a system-wide expansion project.Read more
The City of Havre, Montana has one of the first upgraded wastewater treatment facilities (WWTF) in Montana to comply with the State’s new Numeric Nutrient Limits without a variance. The City of Havre is located in north central Montana and serves a population of 10,325 people.Read more
Affordability is a top concern cited by policy makers and utility managers. From a big picture perspective, unaffordable utility rates create two problems: 1) hardship for ratepayers, and 2) inadequate revenues for the utility. This article does not address how or why utility charges may reach a level that is viewed as unaffordable. Rather, it discusses the practice of billing frequency and the role it can play in revenue adequacy for a utility.Read more
How are North Dakota and communities across the U.S. monitoring and safeguarding their drinking water supply?Watch broadcast
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