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YELLOW RIVER PROJECT REACHES MAJOR MILESTONE

September 30, 2011

The Yellow River WRF project team recently completed the work required to process wastewater flow through the final phase of the new plant facilities and began discharging the reclaimed water into the Yellow River. The new plant was put into service in stages over a 21-month period, starting with the new Influent Pump Station in September of 2009 and concluding with the new Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) Facility. The plant is currently processing 10 MGD and producing high quality effluent that is well within its new permit limits.


FIELD OFFICE MANAGERS GATHER IN VERMONT

FIELD OFFICE MANAGERS GATHER IN VERMONT

September 28, 2011

PC has been through a lot of change recently—in addition to all the adjustments required by the economic turmoil, we’ve adopted a new name and moved into a new home. I always look forward to…

SMOKING CESSATION: IT’S ABOUT YOU!

September 26, 2011

This is a guest blog by a Marathon Health representative. PC does not endorse nor attest to the fitness of Marathon Health or any other vendor that contributes to our blog.

At Marathon Health, our mission is to inspire people to lead healthier lives. In turn, we help employers stabilize healthcare costs. It’s a simple equation that yields powerful results.


OPEN HOUSE, MANY FRIENDS

September 23, 2011

Last night we were pleased to open the doors of our new corporate office to clients, business associates, and friends at an open house celebration. The evening was about more than just showing off our…

WHERE WERE YOU?

September 11, 2011

Where were youI have heard this question so many times in the past few weeks and everyone seems to instantly understand the reference. Even more, we all remember right where we were and exactly what we were doing when we heard about or witnessed the dreaded attacks on September 11, 2001.

For me, I was just entering my second month working at PC and was deep in concentration typing a letter. Someone mentioned that a plane had crashed into a building in New York but, at that point, the true magnitude of the situation had not yet come to light. The hours that followed were heart-wrenching.