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Feb 7 2005
Whether it's a snout, a grassy swale or an underground chamber to hold rainwater, regulators and construction engineers across the South Carolina’s…
Feb 4 2005
In a major step toward finalizing a state-ordered "fence-to-fence" cleanup of Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Environmental Protection Agency and…
Feb 4 2005
Harrison Heights, LLC and its contractor, Iron Triangle, recently agreed to pay a $27,500 penalty for violating the storm water provisions of the…
Feb 3 2005
Legal proceedings in a longstanding dispute between the town of Westerly, R.I. and Hopkinton Building and Zoning Official Charles Mauti were…
Feb 3 2005
Advanced Drainage Systems Inc. (ADS), the world’s largest manufacturer of corrugated high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe, has announced plans to…
Feb 2 2005
On behalf of Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell, Environmental Protection Secretary Kathleen A. McGinty today awarded a total of $484,315 in…
Feb 1 2005
For as long as the city of Scottsdale, Ariz. has had the position of stormwater management director, it has had no one to occupy the office. The job’…
Jan 28 2005
Leaders of the Saginaw, Mich. Area Stormwater Authority want to educate the public, but first, they want the public to educate them. Authority…
Jan 28 2005
Out of sight and out of mind. That's usually an apt description for the 348 miles of sewer lines that run beneath streets and structures in the…
Jan 26 2005
Brunswick County, N.C., commissioners appointed seven people recently to look at how to accommodate development while protecting water quality in the…
Jan 25 2005
Continuing its efforts to safeguard water quality in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it has taken action…
Jan 21 2005
Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future (PennFuture) announced that it has filed an appeal before the Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board against the…
Jan 20 2005
When severe weather hits, sometimes Wheaton, Ill., can be a bit more full of "it" than normal. "It" in this case is whatever may be flowing through…
Jan 19 2005
Vortechnics, the leading provider in stormwater treatment, today introduced VortCapture™, a new, full-capture, screening device for the removal of…
Jan 18 2005
EPA is proposing to extend until June 12, 2006, the deadline that requires stormwater permits for oil and gas construction activities that disturb…
Jan 13 2005
The town of Sylva, N.C., soon will begin advertising for engineers to help leaders develop a stormwater management plan. A federal mandate has pushed…
Jan 10 2005
Most of this water was storm water that had accumulated in a large holding tank. With a treatment system that included organoclay from Biomin, Inc.,…
Jan 3 2005
Three parties involved in developing a 244-acre parcel in Taunton, Mass. have agreed to pay $137,500 to settle claims by the U.S. Environmental…
Dec 29 2004
Residents of Rustic Ranches fear the sound of shotgun blasts from duck hunters. The neighborhood will be surrounded by man-made wetlands. Discussions…
Dec 29 2004
The town of Waterford, which is updating its storm water discharge permit, recently asked for help from Waterford High School students. The state…
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