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A new book aims to explore the value of water—as a business, and to businesses—in a collection of 40 essays from water industry thought leaders that…
This past summer, Storm Water Solutions invited project managers to submit nominations for industry-specific projects that were in design or…
WEFTEC.14 is drawing to a close in New Orleans after several busy days of educational and technical sessions, presentations, meetings and walking the…
In less than one week, exhibitors and attendees will be descending on New Orleans for the 87th annual WEFTEC, held this year Sept. 27 to Oct. 1. The…
Were you too busy to submit your storm water or erosion control project before Sept. 12? Or did it just simply slip your mind?   Not to worry: SWS…
It's never fun to actually have a problem, but few things are as satisfying as solving a particularly tricky one; just ask fans of the Rubik's Cube.…
The countdown is on for the Storm Water Solutions Top Storm Water and Erosion Control Projects award program deadline. The last opportunity to submit…
If you've been on social media this summer, you may have seen videos or posts about the latest viral craze: the Ice Bucket Challenge. The challenge's…
It's official: There is less than one month left to nominate your projects for the SWS 2014 Top Projects. In case you haven't seen the announcement,…
The ways people receive news and information continue to change and evolve as technology does. It seems strange to think that just a few decades ago…
The staff of Storm Water Solutions attended StormCon 2014 in Portland, Ore., this week, and was able to meet with many of our readers and customers…
If you read this blog every week, you already know that Storm Water Solutions features a Top Projects program to showcase the best of the best in…
This week, SWS attended the 2014 Chicago Water Summit, the focus of which was "Global Lessons from Great Water Cities." The summit took place on…
Recently, Nancy Stoner, acting assistant administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), published a blog to set the record straight…
Baltimore's Inner Harbor is getting regular trash pickup these days, using a creative and unconventional method.  The trash from Baltimore's streets…
A 13.2-mile network of tunnels designed to better manage Washington, D.C.'s combined-sewer overflows is beginning to take shape, as the tunnel-boring…
On June 10, President Obama signed a $12.3 billion water projects bill, the nation’s first water bill in seven years. The new law will pay for 34 new…
Storm Water Solutions is pleased to announce that project nominations are now open for the 2015 Top Storm Water and Erosion Control Projects award…
In 2014, the global market for water management services and technologies in the onshore oil and gas industry is estimated to be worth $37.9 billion…
On Thursday, May 22, the Senate voted 91-7 to pass a $12.3 billion bill that approves infrastructure projects and aims to boost U.S. ports and…
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