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Apr 28 2005
The U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Commonwealth of Kentucky's Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet (…
Apr 28 2005
Vortechnics recently introduced VortClarex, a new oil/water separator engineered to specifically remove free oil and other liquid pollutants from…
Apr 28 2005
North Carolina residents, local governments and businesses have a new source for information about polluted stormwater runoff, the No. 1 source of…
Apr 28 2005
The EPA will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, May 10, 2005 in Dallas, Texas to discuss specific issues associated with the development of…
Apr 25 2005
The Government of Canada, the Government of Ontario and municipal leaders in Tecumseh, Kingsville, Amherstburg and Essex today announced funding for…
Apr 22 2005
Prior to the recent Earth Day, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) launched its statewide Don't Trash California Stormwater Public…
Apr 22 2005
The nation’s home builders told Congress recently that the current federal stormwater permitting program is in urgent need of reform, adding as much…
Apr 22 2005
Recently, the state of Tennessee fined the city of Chattanooga $100.000 for failing to fix seven-year-old stormwater problems. According to reports,…
Apr 20 2005
Vortechnics Inc. and Stormwater Management Inc., two leading providers of stormwater treatment systems, confirmed earlier reports that they are…
Apr 19 2005
The Center for Watershed Protection and the University of Alabama, under a grant from the U.S. EPA, have produced a comprehensive manual for…
Apr 15 2005
MACTEC Engineering & Consulting has been retained by the U.S. Navy to implement an extensive stormwater monitoring program for 15 military…
Apr 14 2005
The University of Georgia is expected receive a sample bill in the mail this week for $220,000 to pay for its share of a county stormwater utility.…
Apr 13 2005
Accela, Inc., announced that Hollywood, Fla., has selected Accela Asset Management as the city’s new maintenance management information system.…
Apr 11 2005
The city of Chicago announced a plan recently to build a stormwater tunnel connected to McCormick Place that would flush rainwater into Lake Michigan…
Apr 8 2005
Have you ever wondered where the oil goes that makes driving so dangerous after the first rainfall? Or what happens to the detergent that runs down…
Apr 8 2005
Trent Schade, PE, formerly of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development's National Risk Management Research Lab,…
Apr 7 2005
Vortechnics, Inc., a provider of stormwater treatment systems, announced that it will join forces with Stormwater Management, Inc., the manufacturer…
Apr 5 2005
Floods that washed out a number of golf course courses in California’s Coachella Valley Water District this winter won't deter builders of the…
Apr 5 2005
Recently, a group of gifted math and science students from several central Maine high schools were patrolling Minnesota’s Twin Cities looking for…
Apr 4 2005
The EPA has recently announced its stormwater training schedule for 2005. Known as "Getting in Step with Phase II: A Workshop for Stormwater Program…
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