Stormwater Industry News

The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) released a new cost-impact assessment for an anticipated perchlorate regulation that is currently pending at... more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the 2013 recipients of EPA’s People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Phase I grants. Forty... more
Based on requests from those impacted by the government shutdown, the nominations deadline for the U.S. Water Prize has been extended two weeks to... more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe announced the EPA’s new Green Infrastructure Agenda at the Green... more
BuildForward Capital LLC, a Delaware company headquartered in New York City, announced its launch of operations, financing deeply energy efficient... more
The first college in the U. S. to divest from investments in fossil fuels and adopt sustainability science as a focus for its academic programs has... more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized its first two WaterSense Partners for Sustained Excellence, along with seven Partners of... more
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) has approved the $42.5 million Peninsula Pipeline Seismic Upgrade Project (PPSU). The project... more
The House of Representatives overwhelmingly (417 to 3) approved bipartisan water resources reform legislation that cuts federal red tape and... more
Bentley Systems Inc. has acquired the Moses software business from Ultramarine Inc. Used around the world, Moses is an analysis and simulation... more
A record number of 22,589 registrants and 971 companies using 297,400 net sq ft of exhibit space has designated WEFTEC 2013—the Water Environment... more
A jury rejected claims by two San Antonio attorneys that they were entitled to part ownership in a water exploration company after representing one... more
The energy of water falling over a weir is being captured to produce electricity in a new application of a “pico turbine” at the Metropolitan Water... more
While many climate change studies focus on the potential impact to water supplies, what might be the impact on water demand? And what might those... more
Azteca Systems Inc. recognized multiple Cityworks clients recently honored by Esri, each receiving the prestigious Special Achievement in GIS (SAG)... more
Etablissement Public d'Aménagement de la Meuse et de ses Affluents (EPAMA) has adopted Innovyze’s InfoWorks ICM (Integrated Catchment Modeling) for... more
Tensar North American Green launched a new website, which the company said provides an enhanced user experience and easy access to erosion control... more
Water infrastructure in the U.S. is caught in a recurring cycle of debt and rate increases even as its condition and resilience continues to... more
Sally Brown, associate professor at University of Washington will discuss the use of compost and biosolids in urban agriculture on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at... more
The Intl. Erosion Control Assn. Region One (IECA) received an education grant from the world’s largest retailer, Walmart, to develop online training... more


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