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Representatives for manufacturers of municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment equipment and environmental systems, serving Iowa and Nebraska. Our online store serves the world.

Markets
municipal water treatment
municipal wastewater treatment
industrial water treatment
industrial wastewater treatment
power plants

Pumps
wastewater pumps
water pumps
sludge pumps
progressive-cavity pumps
lift stations
pressure boooster stations

Gates and Valves
air release valves
sluice gates
slide gates
flap gates
pinch valves
expansion joints

Process Equipment
aeration (fine-bubble)
aeration (coarse-bubble)
anaerobic digesters
baffle curtains
belt filter presses
clarifiers
clarifier covers
dissolved air floatation
enclosures
gravity belt thickeners
grinders
grit traps
lagoon covers
lagoon liners
mixers
sand filters
soil-reinforcement geotextiles
static mixers
tanks (bolted-steel)
tanks (fiberglass)
turbidity barriers

Instruments
ambient air monitors
flowmeters
inspection robots
samplers
toxic gas sensors
water quality monitors

Online Store
portable pumps
portable gas monitors
chlorination tablets
sump pumps

Can't find it?
DJ Gongol & Associates D.J. Gongol and Associates, Inc.
PO Box 180
4328 North Dawson
Cumming, IA 50061
515-223-4144
515-981-0581 fax
www.gongol.net
info@gongol.net

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"The rise of luxury toilet paper"
March 26, 2015

That's a real headline on an article from the Washington Post, which documents that Americans spent $1.4 billion on "luxury" toilet tissue. Here's a thought: Perhaps we should apply a "luxury tax" to "luxury" toilet paper and use it to subsidize improvements to our water and wastewater infrastructure. A 10% surcharge on $1.4 billion would be a modest down payment towards the $298 billion that needs to be spent maintaining our wastewater infrastructure and modernizing it for the 21st Century.


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