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Bill Eller

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What’s Behind the Raw Water Trend?

“Raw,” or “live” water has become trendy, especially in California and New England, and it’s dangerous.

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Service Line Program and All Masters Assist Dallas Resident

Daisy H. of Dallas was part of the fabric of her neighborhood – she knew and was known by her neighbors. So, when she became disabled, she wanted to remain in her own familiar home and neighborhood.

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How Much is an Aging System Costing Your Water Utility?

You may think you’re saving money by delaying capital improvements and approaching repairs on a reactive, instead of proactive, basis. After all, addressing aging infrastructure is a pricey proposition. But[…]

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Aging in Place: Home Maintenance Challenges

Home Maintenance is a key factor for aging Americans wishing to remain in their own homes.

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Now is the Time to Think About Frozen Pipes

Summer is ending – time to think about frozen pipes. As the weather begins to cool and we enjoy all those pleasures that come with fall, don’t forget that homeowners should be preparing so they don’t[…]

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Skilled Trades Offers a Bright Future for Minorities and Women

The skilled trades offers a faster, less expensive route to stable, well-paying jobs, and 17.5 percent of skilled tradespeople will go on to start their own business and become self-employed – the American[…]

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Is Your Tap Water Safe to Drink?

As a municipal official, you want to know your residents’ tap water is safe, but there may be things lurking in the water supply of which you are unaware. Groundwater supplies may be contaminated with[…]

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Lurking in Your Sewers: Public Health Risks & Unfunded Mandates

Do you know what’s lurking in your sewers?

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Three Ways Scranton Is Rebuilding Its Legacy

Bill Eller, Vice President of Business Development recently contributed an article to the NLC's Love My City campaign about the three ways Scranton, Pennsylvania is rebuilding its legacy.

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Use These Four Tools to Encourage Water Conservation

Water seems ubiquitous – we turn on the tap, and it’s there.

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