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Feb 27 2007
Merrick & Co., a leader in LIDAR, digital ortho imaging, photogrammetry and GIS mapping won a contract with the city of Norman, Okla. The project…
Feb 21 2007
Washington state storm water regulations issued on Jan. 18, 2007 are being challenged by environmental groups, who say they are inadequate to protect…
Feb 19 2007
Mulch & Seed Innovations, LLC has developed the industry’s first premium cotton hydromulch that is rain ready for soil erosion. Developed in…
Feb 16 2007
Dependable Contracting, Inc., located in Priest River, Idaho, has reached a $7,500 settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for…
Feb 16 2007
Denis Pollak has joined the San Diego area-based office of sewer and storm water services company Downstream Services, Inc. Pollak has more than 35…
Feb 16 2007
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Water published a new MS4 Evaluation Guide on EPA’s storm water website at: http://cfpub.…
Feb 9 2007
Pervious concrete is described as a zero-slump, open-graded material consisting of hydraulic cement, coarse aggregate, little or no fine aggregate,…
Feb 9 2007
As part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ongoing effort to protect Alaska waters, the agency has reached an $8,500 settlement with…
Feb 7 2007
Within our growing storm water industry, there are some analytical issues that have significant impacts on how agencies go about accepting best…
Feb 7 2007
There are several good reasons why managing storm water runoff, particularly on active construction sites, makes sense. First, from a purely resource…
Feb 7 2007
Current methods of monitoring combined sewer overflows (CSOs) in most municipalities still include chalk lines in troughs and blocks of wood set on…
Feb 7 2007
By the early 1970s, only a third of the nation’s public water resources were safe for fishing and swimming. The lack of success in developing…
Feb 7 2007
This spring, Penn State, a leader in green-roof research, will plant vegetation on two large green roofs that were prepared last fall, according to…
Feb 7 2007
Treatment of storm water pollution from highways has been a growing concern, especially in highly urbanized areas like southern California. For state…
Feb 7 2007
The development of “green” high-performance buildings that help to regenerate degraded urban environments is essential to building sustainable…
Feb 7 2007
Brookside—a neighborhood in the southern part of Kansas City, Mo.,—was planned, designed and built in the 1920s and was home to the city’s first…
Feb 6 2007
While porous asphalt parking lots are not a new idea, they have been rapidly catching on in recent years. The main impetus is environmental. Porous…
Feb 6 2007
Ever mindful of the continuing pressure to address air and water quality issues, a number of agencies, metropolitan planners and consultants are…
Feb 6 2007
Just as journalism in general has adapted and evolved over time, from partisan papers to yellow journalism and muckraking, to gonzo journalism,…
Feb 5 2007
Paradigm Engineering, nationwide specialists in storm water compliance, will present a comprehensive and informative seminar in downtown Salt Lake…
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