WaterBriefs: Colorado Springs Utilities goes live with MDSI's Advantex r7.7

Also in this report: Washington Group International joint venture wins Fla. nuke plant job; Pacific Ozone opens Ozone SuperStore; NASA funded program helps stop water contamination; Efficiency Technologies Inc. enters sales agreement with Chemstar; DL Engineering & Controls hire Calif. engineering director...

In other news below, see:
-- Washington Group International joint venture wins Fla. nuke plant job
-- Pacific Ozone opens Ozone SuperStore
-- NASA funded program helps stop water contamination
-- Efficiency Technologies Inc. enters sales agreement with Chemstar
-- DL Engineering & Controls hire Calif. engineering director

Colorado Springs Utilities goes live with MDSI's Advantex r7.7
RICHMOND, BC, Canada, Aug. 17, 2005 -- Colorado Springs Utilities, a community-owned utility that provides reliable natural gas, electricity, water and wastewater services to over 500,000 customers in the Pikes Peak region of Colorado, has successfully implemented MDSI Mobile Data Solutions' Advantex r7.7 enterprise mobile workforce management solution...
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SGT LLC to provide steam generator replacement services at Fla. nuke plant
BOISE, ID, & HUTCHINSON ISLAND, FL, Aug. 17, 2005 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) -- Washington Group International Inc. announced today that SGT LLC, its joint venture with Framatome ANP, has been awarded a contract by Florida Power & Light Company to provide services for replacing steam generators at the St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant Unit 2. SGT will provide project management, planning, engineering, and construction services for the installation of two replacement steam generators at St. Lucie Unit 2. The work is scheduled to take place during a refueling outage in 2007...
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Pacific Ozone opens Ozone SuperStore
BENICIA, CA, Aug. 16, 2005 -- The global supplier of OEM air-cooled, corona discharge ozone generators and integrated ozone/oxygen systems and process controls announced that the long awaited Ozone SuperStore is open for business...
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NASA funded program helps stop water contamination
OSWEGO, NY, Aug. 16, 2005 -- A device that removes phosphorus contamination from water has received important validation from the NASA-funded Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program (SATOP). The program offers free technical help to small businesses through the expertise of the U.S. Space Program. The device, called the Knight Nutrient Reduction Device (KnuRD), is the creation of Jay Knight, president, Doug Nelson, vice president of science and technology, and Mark Noga, vice president for marketing and distribution, at Knight Treatment Systems in Oswego...
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Efficiency Technologies Inc. enters sales agreement with Chemstar
TULSA, OK. Aug. 16, 2005 -- Efficiency Technologies Inc. (EffTec), a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Resource Management Inc., has entered into a sales associate agreement with International Chemstar Inc. Chemstar will offer EffTec's EffHVAC efficiency and trending tool for customers in the Baltimore area and nationally. It's a powerful easy to use Internet-based chiller, boiler and plate exchanger efficiency and trending tool that affords facilities the ability to document, monitor, evaluate and manage chiller system performance...
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DL Engineering & Controls hire Calif. engineering director
ESCONDIDO, CA, Aug. 16, 2005 -- DL Engineering & Controls Inc. (DLEC) is pleased to announce that Gene Heyer, P.E., PMP, recently joined the firm as director of engineering. He is based in Escondido, Calif., and will be responsible for managing engineering activities and representing DLEC's services in California.
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In earlier newsbriefs, see:
-- "WaterBriefs: Telvent tapped for water supply management system for Qatar" -- Also in this report (Aug. 16, 2005): PennFuture praises vote to reduce mercury from power plants; Philadelphia Mixing Solutions parent becomes Wind River Holdings; INSEQ to manufacture Ovation products; Devcon to sell U.S. Virgin Island operations for $10.7 million; Grundfos reports continued growth; Flowserve completes $1 billion debt refinancing; Wal-Mart agrees to $1.15 million Conn. stormwater settlement; Cyrus Industries, Global Water Technology Inc. merger complete; ArWest chooses Analog Devices for core processing platform; Baker appoints Quast as municipal water, wastewater director; DTE Energy subsidiary buys energy projects from Duquesne Light; Adams joins Jones & Stokes Water Resources Group...

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