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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…
Dec 21 2004
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a Proposed Plan for a comprehensive cleanup of soil, surface water and groundwater in Butte, Mont.…
Dec 20 2004
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Denver office collected penalties totaling $426,256 by settling cases against 12 companies that violated…
Dec 17 2004
The former general manager of Bay Minette Utilities pleaded guilty this week in federal court to lying on a state environmental form about raw sewage…
Dec 10 2004
Drinking water and wastewater utilities working to incorporate enhanced security measures into facility design and operation can now benefit from…
Dec 6 2004
The Water Environment Research Foundation is collaborating with several other organizations to fund and manage the International Stormwater Best…
Dec 6 2004
Black & Veatch announced that the company has received notice to proceed with study and preliminary design of a solution to reduce combined sewer…
Dec 6 2004
A federal Clean Water and Safe Water Trust Fund that combines current State Revolving Fund (SRF) resources with $35 billion to be raised over five…
Dec 2 2004
Eager to stabilize its costs and ensure environmental compliance, the City of Richmond, Calif., voted overwhelmingly to expand its wastewater…
Dec 1 2004
Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley announced that Baltimore City has entered into a partnership with Adopt-A-Waterway to provide positive solutions to…
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