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Jun 23 2005
In response to growing environmental and regulatory needs, UC Irvine Extension is offering a new course in Watershed Regulations and Management. The…
Jun 22 2005
The National Association of Home Builders and Wisconsin Builders Association are proclaiming victory after a ruling in a federal appeals court upheld…
Jun 20 2005
Small towns search for new ways to fit the costs of Georgia Environmental Protection Division’s requirements to reduce the amount of sediment and…
Jun 16 2005
Recent rains in Fayetteville, N. C., have city officials looking at storm drains, according to Up & Coming Weekly. One rainstorm dumped nearly…
Jun 15 2005
As heavy rains hit the Midwest, Indianapolis, Ind. residents smell a problem. According to an article in the Indianapolis Star , more than 150…
Jun 14 2005
Black & Veatch announced that it has commenced work on a consultancy services contract for a major flood control project in the Songhua River…
Jun 13 2005
The completion of a stormwater project later this summer will improve Carthage’s, Mo., stormwater infrastructure needs, according to The Carthage…
Jun 9 2005
Under pressure to comply with federal regulations to keep natural waterways clean, the Volusia County Council, Fla. had to raise the fee to collect…
Jun 8 2005
A major refinery in California found itself in violation of local discharge standards and needed to upgrade its water treatment operation. The…
Jun 6 2005
Missouri has less than a year to tighten water-quality standards. The state is accepting public comment on proposed restrictions and which streams…
Jun 3 2005
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $120,500 grant to Paint Borough, Somerset County, Pa. to help pay for sewer upgrades that will…
Jun 3 2005
Forecasters at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are predicting another busy hurricane season with a higher-than…
May 27 2005
A stormwater management committee was recently formed to tackle what has so far been an intractable problem: intractable: flooding in the low-lying…
May 27 2005
BaySaver Technologies manufacturers the BaySaver Separation System entirely out of virgin grade high density polyethylene (HDPE). Over the years…
May 27 2005
The surging demand for green and sustainable buildings and infrastructure requires an evolution in the building materials selected and how they are…
May 27 2005
Record rains over the past year in California brought unusually high levels of pollutants to the state's legendary beaches, a study released on…
May 25 2005
Based on review of all public comments and congressional hearings, EPA will not finalize the sewage blending policy as proposed in November 2003. "…
May 24 2005
In a unanimous vote the Waltham (Mass.) City Council approved taking out a loan of $6.26 million to meet the state mandate to clean up four of the…
May 19 2005
The Great Lakes – along with streams and rivers in six upper Midwest states (Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin) – are being…
May 19 2005
Heavy rainfall over the past week has led to a number of wastewater bypasses throughout the state of Iowa. When wastewater systems could not keep up…
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