Sept. 15, 2014 06:31
With the economy improving, John was thrilled to see his small company starting to boom. With all the new business, he was so busy signing new accounts and training his new staff members that he delegated the bookkeeping responsibilities to a long-time employee he trusted....
July 19, 2010 05:16
THOSE INVOLVED IN ANY ASPECT OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY WILL LIKELY understand the importance of erosion control, but what they might not know as much about is sediment control. There are many different measures one can take to provide effective erosion control, but none of these will ever ensure 100 percent protection from erosion....
July 19, 2010 05:16
Environmental fallout is an inevitable result of living in the world. Natural disasters, like fires and floods, as well as manmade disasters such as the recent oil spill, wreak havoc with our natural resources. Then, there are the more everyday phenomena, like wind, rain and snow, which affect daily conditions....
July 19, 2010 05:16
UP UNTIL A FEW DECADES AGO, protecting our waterways from contaminates wasn’t a big deal. Rain fell from the sky and was naturally absorbed into the soil, and wild or native plants held back erosion....

In many ways, we are fortunate that, in our chosen profession, we are able to help people when certain disasters occur: the tornadoes in Missouri, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Georgia, the flooding in Louisiana, the snows in the northeastern part of the country, the rain in California, and the snow in Colorado....

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