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The first phase of the Blackmer GNX- and GNXH-series rollout — now complete — focused on its 2- and 2.5-inch flange pumps. Phases II and III will extend to their larger frame 3- and 4-inch pumps.
PSG partners with NORD to deliver alignment-free, positive displacement pumping solution
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Alison Roberts just wanted the nasty clog in her kitchen sink gone.
It was a Saturday in mid-May, and the 81-year-old Claremont resident had exhausted all home-remedy methods. She Googled “plumber near me,” and the top search re
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Mostly cloudy. Low 38F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph.
Between Jan. 21 and Jan. 28, UMPD responded to 13 crimes.
Yet another joyrider took a secured bike over winter break, sometime between Dec. 1
By David Wood | 17th May 2022
Following weeks of behind-the-scenes negotiations, Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk has secured a major commitment from Severn Trent to clean up the River Chelt.
The local water company, which manages the Cheltenham sewage network, have given Alex a "cast-iron
In the first Rankine Lecture on the topic of support fluids, Stephan Jefferis highlighted their unusual and unexpected behaviour from observations to date, as well as the effects of geotechnical activities on soils more generally.
Former Institution of Civil Engineers president Robert
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NEENAH, WI. , Aug. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Neenah Foundry, a leading American manufacturer of highly engineered, structural and sustainable solutions for infrastructure and industrial markets, is showcasing its new InfraLOCK™ heavy duty manhol
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MIDDLETOWN - Nearly two million gallons of drinking water flow each day through cast-iron pipes so old that some sections date back to the 1880s, buried before Middletown had electricity.
Any rupture in the aging mains carrying water from the city's treatment plant could cause a major di
Unseasonably cold weather continues across the country, with temperatures still sub-zero in several states. People heeded warnings this winter – they let taps drip, wrapped exterior plumbing, and opened cabinet doors – to keep things warm enough to ward off frozen pipes. Many ha