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Mar 27 2019
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported that scientists from its National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS)…
Mar 26 2019
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) has proposed an increase in storm water fees based on how much water a property can absorb. The fee…
Mar 25 2019
Flooding along the Missouri River has impaired drinking water supplies in Kansas City, Mo. The city’s public water utility has asked residents to…
Mar 22 2019
Oldcastle Infrastructure Names Central & East Regional Presidents Oldcastle Infrastructure announced two appointments to their leadership team.…
Mar 21 2019
Rinker Materials and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) revealed the winner of their tiny home design contest at the…
Nonprofit Sends Water Systems to Malawi Following Deadly Flooding
Photo courtesy of WaterStep
Mar 20 2019
Five safe water systems and seven bleach makers from the U.S.-based organization WaterStep are being deployed to Malawi after disastrous flooding and…
Mar 20 2019
The U.S. EPA announced training to build the capacity of states to integrate environmental justice into their decision-making process. Over the next…
Mar 19 2019
Historic flooding in the Midwest has claimed three lives and caused thousands of homes to be destroyed. Heavy rainfall and snow melt in the wake of a…
Mar 18 2019
Nebraska was hit by the worst flooding in the past 50 years in the wake of a recent bomb cyclone storm that flooded the Midwest and led to rapid snow…
Mar 15 2019
The Kahana Bay Steering Committee and the Maui County Planning Department began the environmental review process for the Kahana Bay Erosion…
Bomb cyclone brings flooding across the Upper Midwest
Bomb cyclone brings flooding across the Upper Midwest
Mar 15 2019
On March 14, a bomb cyclone storm system moved across the Midwest and brought flash floods. Communities in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota remain…
Mar 14 2019
The U.S. EPA announced the development of a Water Reuse Action Plan to facilitate discussions between federal, state and local water sector…
Mar 13 2019
A new analysis completed by the American Road & Transportation Builders Assn. (ARTBA) found that an additional $1 billion annual investment…
Mar 12 2019
The U.S. and the Commonwealth of Virginia reached an agreement under which the U.S EPA and Virginia will recover nearly $64 million to address clean…
Pleasant Bay Alliance releases erosion control guidelines
Pleasant Bay Alliance releases erosion control guidelines
Mar 11 2019
The Pleasant Bay Alliance of Harwich, Ma., released its Erosion Management Guidelines for Pleasant Bay. The 37-page document outlines best practices…
Storm water partnership completes pilot phase ahead of schedule
Storm water partnership completes pilot phase ahead of schedule
Mar 8 2019
The Clean Water Partnership (CWP), a 30-year community-based public-private partnership (CBP3) between Prince George’s County, Md., and Corvias, has…
Red River water quality declines due to polluted storm water runoff and drainage systems
Red River water quality declines due to polluted storm water runoff and drainage systems
Mar 7 2019
A new assessment by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) found that the Red River is polluted by excess sediment and damaging nutrients for…
Natural gas pipeline faces erosion control violations
Natural gas pipeline faces erosion control violations
Mar 6 2019
Equitrans Midstream Corp., the developer of a natural gas pipeline project in Green County, Pa., faced a $1.5 million fine from the Pennsylvania…
Mar 6 2019
Registration is open for the 2019 Ohio Stormwater Conference. The 12th annual event will be held May 8 to 10, 2019, at the Sharonville Convention…
Vancouver, Wash., receives grands for storm water upgrades
Vancouver, Wash., receives grands for storm water upgrades
Mar 5 2019
The city of Vancouver, Wash., announced it will receive more than $7 million in grant money from the state Department of Ecology for storm water…
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