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Bart Clark, P.E., M.ASCE

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Bart Clark, P.E., M.ASCE


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Posted By Bart Clark 09-07-2022 10:26 PM
Found In Egroup: Environment, Coasts, Oceans, & Infrastructure
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Hi Barbara/Catherine: I get the sense that you are just wading into the waters of on-site wastewater and treatment disposal.  There are a variety of Onsite septic systems designs and they can fail in a variety of ways.  So on the surface, your question is a little broad to provide specific resources ...
Posted By Bart Clark 03-08-2020 10:35 AM
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Interesting discussion.  I've run into the booster pump issue on a pretty regular basis on older distribution systems​ that have areas with high areas in the system like the one described by Mr. Williams.  The distribution systems provide inadequate system pressures in these areas.  While 10-States says ...
Posted By Bart Clark 07-04-2019 07:22 PM
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If we think about stormwater on a macro scale, it is used as a resource everywhere.  But, I think that you are limiting your question to just run-off from urbanized areas.  There are many examples of stormwater being used for irrigation and other uses.  I am hoping to steer the conversation to a slightly ...
Posted By Bart Clark 09-15-2018 11:05 AM
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​HI Owen: Well, the easy advice is get a job in the field and your in.  But, I get the sense from your post that maybe you are having trouble doing that and feel that your training and education is holding you back in some way and that maybe you are having trouble getting interviews for positions ...
Posted By Bart Clark 09-02-2018 10:38 AM
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​Hi Carmela, I agree that getting rid of lead in a water distribution system is the right thing to do.  However, with limited resources, I think that you need to determine how much of the source of lead is likely to contaminate the water and then chose a method to reduce or eliminate that risk.  ...
Posted By Bart Clark 07-28-2018 02:11 PM
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​HI Carmela: I have been involved with 1/2 dozen projects involving relining of old cast iron pipes. Some of the projects have been in service for more than 20 years.  Most of the pipes relined were installed in the 1890s and early1900's. Each of the projects were successful at restoring flow capacity ...