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September 7, 2017 - Industry News

Calif. City to Save 10M Gallons of Water with Filtration Truck

Ventura Water's NO-DES truck saved 650,000 gallons of water within its first week of operation. Photo courtesy of Ventura Water.

The NO-DES truck is the first of its kind to be added to Ventura Water’s fleet in California. The unit replaces the conventional method of flushing the city’s fire hydrants.

Tags: Water Pump, Ventura, water filtration, NO-DES, Procurement

November 7, 2016 - Industry News

Public Utility Purchases New Trucks

Photo via Wikimedia

The City of Grantville, Ga., had trouble finding utility trucks to meet its needs. But it needed replacement vehicles, which led to the city purchasing trucks from Colonia, Ill., over 800 miles away.

Tags: Procurement

April 27, 2015 - Industry News

Mo. City Purchases Surplus Bucket Truck

Looking to avoid a $500,000 price tag, Hannibal Board of Public Works (BPW) acquired its latest bucket truck from a federal auction site for surplus equipment.

Tags: Procurement, Bucket Trucks

May 7, 2014 - Press Release

NiSource Improves Vehicle Procurement Process with ARI Insights

Through the ARI Insights system, NiSource saved $378,000 by ensuring that new vehicles are acquired on time and are road ready.

Tags: Procurement, ARI, NiSource Inc., Supply Chain Management

April 9, 2014 - Industry News

Chilton Water Dept. to Purchase New Service Trucks

Photo courtesy of GM.The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD.

At a recent City Council meeting, members approved bids for more than $34,000 worth of new equipment for the Water Department -- a $25,673 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 4WD regular cab truck and an $8,523 pickup truck service box.

Tags: public works, Chevrolet Silverado, Wisconsin, Procurement

November 4, 2013 - Industry News

Willmar Public Works to Replace 17-Year-Old Aerial Bucket Truck

The Willmar Public Works Department recently received preliminary approval to buy a new aerial bucket truck under a recent city council spending policy that requires council approval of equipment purchases of more than $10,000.

Tags: public works fleets, Bucket Trucks, Procurement



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