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Utilities Nearby

Author : Jes Márquez
ISBN : 1733920900
Genre : House & Home
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This book began as a Craigslist post, a bummed out exposé on an off the grid rental house near Santa Fe, NM. People from all over replied to my post. Having growing up mostly in New Mexico, I realized it was time to tell the whole story on mesa serenity living. At minimum, regale in love of adobe homes, off grid information and a few laughs.

The Effect Of Pipe Bursting On Nearby Utilities Pavement And Structures

Author : Alan Atalah
ISBN : OCLC:38746778
Genre : Pipelines
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Our Public Lands

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105127892904
Genre : Public lands
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Presidio Of San Francisco Proposed Barracks No 098 119 124

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ISBN : NWU:35556030210629
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Utilities Telecommunications News

Author : Hui Pan, Editor
ISBN : 10792937
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Draft Program Environmental Impact Report For The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission S Water System Improvement Program

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133565247
Genre : Water quality
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Trace Contaminants In Drinking Water Chemicals

Author : Michael J. MacPhee
ISBN : 9781583212479
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Decisions Of The Public Utilities Commission Of The State Of California

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ISBN : UCAL:B3274585
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Sewer Management Systems

Author : Thomas J. Day
ISBN : 0471317993
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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How to manage the most important part of a city's internalinfrastructure--its sewer systems The operation and maintenance of modern sewer systems have not keptpace with technological revolutions everywhere--until now.Utilizing a combination of computerized management tools,monitoring systems, and other intelligent equipment, today'sautomated sewer management systems allow designers, managers,operators, and investors to get continuous data feeds on sewerflows, interjurisdictional billing information, and emergencysituations: information essential to upgrading overall systemquality and efficiency. Sewer Management Systems offers a practical, comprehensive look atprocuring and implementing state-of-the-art sewer managementsystems and monitoring equipment. It opens with an overview ofsewer maintenance and management and then discusses suchintroductory concepts as understanding flow and how to measure it.It then introduces structures and features of the sewerinfrastructure that are useful in general ways, providingdefinitions applicable in any context. Further chapters cover: * Step-by-step guidance on making system purchase decisions * Data communications, utility services, and sequencing * How to clearly apply data generated to tangible, real-world tasks * Additional functions that may be designed after the system is upand running * Algorithm development for warnings and features for automaticsewer control * How to get a return on investment for an upgraded system--showinghow to use it as a funding source, not just a funding pit * How to upgrade the installed monitoring system The book's appendices provide equipment specifications, recommendedcalibration standards, and sample specifications. Offeringmethodical and detailed guidance to the state of the art of thisimportant engineering specialty, Sewer Management Systems is thecomplete reference to designing systems that effectively monitorthat most basic part of a city's infrastructure--the key to maintai

Before The Public Utilities Commission Of The State Of California Application Of Pacific Gas And Electric Company To Market Value Hydroelectric Generating Plants And Related Assets Pursuant To Public Utilities Code Sections 367 B And 851 U39 E Desabla Watershed Region Environmental Setting And Impacts

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Beyond Engineering

Author : Robert Pool
ISBN : 0198026722
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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We have long recognized technology as a driving force behind much historical and cultural change. The invention of the printing press initiated the Reformation. The development of the compass ushered in the Age of Exploration and the discovery of the New World. The cotton gin created the conditions that led to the Civil War. Now, in Beyond Engineering, science writer Robert Pool turns the question around to examine how society shapes technology. Drawing on such disparate fields as history, economics, risk analysis, management science, sociology, and psychology, Pool illuminates the complex, often fascinating interplay between machines and society, in a book that will revolutionize how we think about technology. We tend to think that reason guides technological development, that engineering expertise alone determines the final form an invention takes. But if you look closely enough at the history of any invention, says Pool, you will find that factors unrelated to engineering seem to have an almost equal impact. In his wide-ranging volume, he traces developments in nuclear energy, automobiles, light bulbs, commercial electricity, and personal computers, to reveal that the ultimate shape of a technology often has as much to do with outside and unforeseen forces. For instance, Pool explores the reasons why steam-powered cars lost out to internal combustion engines. He shows that the Stanley Steamer was in many ways superior to the Model T--it set a land speed record in 1906 of more than 127 miles per hour, it had no transmission (and no transmission headaches), and it was simpler (one Stanley engine had only twenty-two moving parts) and quieter than a gas engine--but the steamers were killed off by factors that had little or nothing to do with their engineering merits, including the Stanley twins' lack of business acumen and an outbreak of hoof-and-mouth disease. Pool illuminates other aspects of technology as well. He traces how seemingly minor decisions made early along the path of development can have profound consequences further down the road, and perhaps most important, he argues that with the increasing complexity of our technological advances--from nuclear reactors to genetic engineering--the number of things that can go wrong multiplies, making it increasingly difficult to engineer risk out of the equation. Citing such catastrophes as Bhopal, Three Mile Island, the Exxon Valdez, the Challenger, and Chernobyl, he argues that is it time to rethink our approach to technology. The days are gone when machines were solely a product of larger-than-life inventors and hard-working engineers. Increasingly, technology will be a joint effort, with its design shaped not only by engineers and executives but also psychologists, political scientists, management theorists, risk specialists, regulators and courts, and the general public. Whether discussing bovine growth hormone, molten-salt reactors, or baboon-to-human transplants, Beyond Engineering is an engaging look at modern technology and an illuminating account of how technology and the modern world shape each other.

Private Utilities And Poverty Alleviation

Author : Patricia C. Márquez
ISBN : 9780857930422
Genre : Business & Economics
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Drawing on cases from electricity distribution and other infrastructure industries, and from experiences spanning Asia, Africa and Latin America, this book examines new business models to bring basic utility services to the four billion people comprising the base of the socio-economic pyramid. Access to utilities is key for achieving economic growth and improving the lives of citizens worldwide. Throughout the world, people continue to suffer severe electricity shortages and lack potable water. Contributors to this work, who include academics and practitioners from the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, USAID, the AES Corporation and several academic institutions, show that access to utilities is key for achieving economic growth and improving the lives of citizens worldwide. They offer analysis of business models in utilities serving the bottom of the pyramid (BOP) through market mechanisms and showcase innovations in organizational processes and services in order to effectively reach the BOP. The book also discusses the key factors in developing profitable business ventures that can engage the world's four billion poor. The book is aimed at both academics with an interest in applied research in business and the role of markets in servicing the poor worldwide, practitioners, public sector organizations and NGOs engaged in supplying,financing, and managing microcredit and market initiatives with low-income sectors, and international utility companies and other firms seeking to expand in emerging markets. In addition, the book will be useful as a text in a variety of courses and will give readers a deeper understanding of the potential for business to alleviate poverty, as well as inspire a deeper involvement in social issues as a career alternative or voluntary activity.

Poor S Manual Of Public Utilities; Street Railway Gas Electric Water Power Telephone And Telegraph Companies

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Canadian Annual Review Of Politics And Public Affairs 2005

Author : David Mutimer
ISBN : 9781442643857
Genre : Political Science
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This latest instalment reviews the year 2005, a year in which the first minority parliament since Joe Clark's short-lived government struggled to maintain stability.

How To Challenge Your Local Electric Utility

Author : Richard Morgan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105044185101
Genre : Consumer education
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Suplement To Public Utilities Fortnightly

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Public Utilities Fortnightly

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ISBN : UOM:39015047809069
Genre : Energy policy
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New Techniques For Precisely Locating Buried Infrastructure

Author : Arun K. Deb
ISBN : 9781583211397
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Public Facilities And Utilities In And Around San Francisco Bay

Author : Clifford W. Graves
ISBN : UIUC:30112066959682
Genre : Pipelines
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Michigan Plant Location Directory

Author : Michigan. Office of Economic Expansion
ISBN : OSU:32435026283069
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