The Water Expo 2019 in Miami, Florida

We’re heading to Miami! We’re showcasing two sewer tankers and a street sweeper at the 8th edition of the Water Expo.

The Water Expo 2019 highlights equipment, technologies, products & know-how for the wastewater, sewer infrastructure, environmental services, portable sanitation, water quality, and high-pressure water industries. If it’s related to water, it’s at the Water Expo!

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Nancy Terry of NAPSA

North American Power Sweeping Association

Sweepers and Tankers podcast host Matt Starnes speaks with Nancy Terry, Association Director of North American Power Sweeping Association (NAPSA) and Executive Director of NAPSA News.

Nancy shares what NAPSA does, hint, they are huge on education!

  • NAPSA Certification
  • NAPSA’s Power Sweeping Standard
  • Certified Sweeping Operator Training
  • Consumer Resources

Nancy shares not only these but even more valuable resources for the street sweeper community. Listen to the podcast episode and read the full transcript!

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Podcast! Senior Project Engineer Martin Bugg on the RS655

Martin Bugg explains regenerative air street sweepers

On this episode of the Sweepers & Tankers Podcast, host Matt Starnes chats with Johnston Sweepers/Bucher Municipal Senior Project Engineer about the RS655 vs the RT655.

Martin reveals the ins and outs of testing, the advantages of regenerative air, and much more. Listen to the podcast episode and/or read the full transcript!

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Yeehaw! It’s a street sweeper rodeo!

Mechanical, Pure Vacuum, and Regenerative Air, oh, my!

Midwest Sweepers & Scrubbers is hosting a Street Sweeper Rodeo on Thursday, May 30! Mechanical sweepers, pure vacuum, and regenerative air street sweepers will be on hand and explained!

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Mooresville officer killed in the line of duty

Mooresville, NC community in mourning

K9 officer, Jordan Harris Sheldon, 32, a six-year veteran of the Mooresville Police Department, was shot and killed late Saturday night after a traffic stop on West Plaza Drive.

Mooresville Mayor Miles Atkins said he could think of only one word to describe his feelings. “Devastated,” he said. “That’s the only word I can think of to describe how some of us are feeling in the community.”

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