Great! What Makes Leaders Great: What They Did, How They Did It and What You Can Learn from It By Timothy F. Bednarz. Stevens Point, Wisconsin: Majorium Business Press, 2011

Application of the NRC Framework for Evaluation of Remedial Actions at a PCB Contaminated Sediment Site
The National Research Council recently proposed that the framework of the Presidents/Congressional Commission on Risk Assessment and Risk Management be applied to the selection and implementation...

Use of Wisconsin Electric Bottom Ash Sand and Gravel as Sub-Base and Base Material for Rigid and Flexible Pavements and Floors

Soil Nailing for the WHEDA Office Building in Madison, Wisconsin

Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) Prediction of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) Events and Water Quality in Milwaukee, WI

Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution in Ultra-Urban Areas: Two Case Examples

Leachate Collection Pipe Cleaning Demonstration Project: A Full-Scale Example

Using Waste Foundry Sand for Hydraulic Barriers
Green sand is a mixture of uniformly graded fine silica sand, bentonite, and organic binders that is used to make molds for castings in gray-iron foundries. Large quantities of waste green...

Anchored Deep Soil Mixed Cutoff/Retaining Walls for Lake Parkway Project in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Storm Water Permitting in the Milwaukee River Basin

Effects of Wetlands on Modulating Hydrologic Regimes in Nine Wisconsin Watersheds

Design and Construction of Earth Retaining Systems
This proceedings, Design and Construction of Earth Retaining Systems, contains papers presented at sessions sponsored by the Geo-Institute...

Building Alliances with Resource Agencies and River Stakeholders through a Negotiated Settlement

A New Approach to Licensing: Wisconsin Electric's Wilderness Shores Settlement Agreement

Sanitary Sewer System Modeling Model Comparison Racine, Wisconsin
As the use of computers continues to increase within the engineering profession, hydraulic computer models are used to simulate major interceptors and sometimes the entire sewer system....

The Treatment Train Detention Concept
With the recent concern for nonpoint source pollution impacts to receiving waters, the Village of Saukville, Wisconsin took advantage of state funding grants to conduct a Stormwater Management...

A Decision Making Approach for Stormwater Management Measures—A Case Example in the City of Waukesha, Wisconsin
An urban nonpoint source pollution predictive model (Source Load and Management Model—SLAMM; Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1990), and a decision matrix developed specifically...

Waste Not in Wisconsin
Nationwide, local public works departments wrestle with the problem and costs of cleaning up abandoned landfill sites. Often, municipalities acquire property through tax foreclosures or...

Milwaukee's Ozone Upgrade
After the 1993 outbreak of illness caused by Cryptosporidium in Milwaukee, the city moved forward on an $89 million upgrade of its treatment facilities with ozone filtration, the only...

Wisconsin Fast-Track Paving Experiences





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