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Jul 27 2020
According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Douglas moved about 90 miles northwest of Kahului, Hawaii, and about 60 miles northeast of…
Jul 10 2020
As I write this on June 3, it is the third day of the 2020 hurricane season, and already, there have been three named storms. NOAA’s climate…
Green infrastructure can offer varied benefits, including improved immunity and reduced cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Green infrastructure can offer varied benefits, including improved immunity and reduced cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Jun 29 2020
As much of the country is now starting to open up from months-long stay-at-home orders, many are taking an assessment of the toll-to-date from this…
Jun 12 2020
WEFTEC 2020 will be a fully virtual event, according to a recent press release. The event, WEFTEC Connect, will be held in October. WEFTEC Connect…
National Municipal Stormwater Association Executive Director Seth Brown touches on COVID-19's impact on the storm water sector.
NMSA Executive Director talks COVID-19 and its impact on the storm water industry.
Jun 11 2020
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns spoke with various industry association leaders about how those associations…
Jun 4 2020
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns spoke with various industry association leaders about how those associations…
SWEMA President Derek Berg discusses the impact coronavirus is having on the storm water industry.
SWEMA President Derek Berg discusses the impact coronavirus is having on the storm water industry.
May 28 2020
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, SWS Managing Editor Katie Johns spoke with various industry association leaders about how those associations…
May 28 2020
A $45.5 million master storm water management plan created to address chronic flooding in Libertyville, Illinois is under close watch as COVID-19…
This digital-exclusive report shares results of the COVID-19 Market Impact Survey SWS conducted.
This digital-exclusive report shares results of the COVID-19 Market Impact Survey SWS conducted.
May 22 2020
May 20 2020
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for one county after two dams failed in the area. This dam failure comes after heavy…
Katie Johns
Katie Johns, Managing Editor of SWS
May 18 2020
On January 21, 2020, the first case of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, was confirmed in the U.S.  At press time, governors across the U.S. had put “…
May 18 2020
The House of Representatives authorized the latest approximate $3 trillion COVID-19 (coronavirus) relief package.  This is one of four separate…
May 13 2020
The House of Representatives introduced a new stimulus bill, the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act, or the "HEROES Act,"…
May 5 2020
Both chambers of Congress are moving ahead on water infrastructure legislation. The bills reauthorize legislation on water resource development and…
May 1 2020
Matt Childs, P.E. Welcomed to the Turner Company  Effective May 14, Matt Childs Will Act as Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the Turner Company.…
Apr 30 2020
Employees of the Huntington Water Quality Board are operating under emergency circumstances as the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues. This…
Apr 21 2020
The U.S. EPA is updating its COVID-19 (coronavirus) website to include new resources for state, local, and tribal agencies and intergovernmental…
Apr 17 2020
In this month's episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, Lauren Del Ciello, Katie Johns and Bob Crossen host the first-ever completely…
Apr 15 2020
Skagit County Natural Resources Division is suspending its water quality sampling programs. Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), bi-weekly monitoring for…
Apr 7 2020
Work to replace and reroute over 3,600 feet of underground storm sewer lines through RACER Trust’s Buick City property in Flint, Michigan has been…
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