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According to a recent Gallup poll, the highest levels of environmental worry in 2012 for Americans are: contamination of soil and water by toxic…
A new study from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill showed that 1.8 billion people––more than a quarter of the world’s population––are…
Spring has sprung, and April showers bring May flowers––but those in the storm water and erosion control industry know that April showers can also…
Today we celebrate World Water Day, held annually on March 22 since its inception in 1993, when the United Nations General Assembly dedicated the day…
Greetings! As the new managing editor of Storm Water Solutions, I am ready to jump feet-first into the storm water and erosion control industry. I am…
Storm water management is an issue that affects everyone, and education is a key component of storm water management. This is why I am happy to…
Proper soil testing is vital for establishing successful revegetation. Critical components of proper soil testing include ensuring that you and the…
A few weeks ago, the local electric utility visited my apartment building to give the residents free efficiency upgrades. The focus was not solely…
Contractors and department of transportation agencies often are challenged to achieve maximum results within tight budget constraints. Polymer-…
Total suspended solids (TSS) thus far have served as the keystone pollutant for the majority of storm water management programs, and a considerable…
From roads and bridges to drinking water and sewer lines, the nation’s infrastructure is aging at a rate faster than it is being revitalized. In 2009…
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