Best Professional Judgment: A Synthesis of Environmental Law, Waste Discharge, Effluent Limitations and Engineering Ethics
Regardless of your title, it is your duty to hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public, the environment and fellow workers when making Best Professional Judgments.
Without question, the issue of compensation is one of the most volatile that families in business must consider.
The end result of a prioritization system was a process designed to minimize subjective factors and rely on rational, equitable and consistent methods.
Effective maintenance programs are the foundation for long life spans of all equipment. The basis for establishing a successful maintenance program is discussed.
A plant upgrade includes the implementation of a cogeneration system based on the use of hydropower from an adjacent river.
The second of three articles addressing urban stormwater runoff.
Part I of a three-part series examines why urban stormwater runoff regulations should be different than those covering industrial and municipal wastewater.
As outlined in the first part, a benchmarking methodology was defined so that the project team could approach the task of recommending improvements to the client with a set of specific objectives. A database of information from more than 1,000 facilities was created. Then six facilities, determined to be Best-in-Class by the rating criteria established, were visited by the team to observe management practices and performance. Subsequently, the conclusions reached from the visits and from reviews of the database, were used to develop a set of performance-improvement guidelines.