A Wetland Mitigation Bank - An Economic Model

The Effects of NOM and Coagulation on Copper Corrosion
Copper corrosion was examined in solutions containing natural organic matter (NOM) and in situations where NOM was removed by enhanced coagulation with alum or ferric chloride. Electrochemical...

Removal of Bromate After Ozonation by Electron Beam Irradiation
Drinking water regulations related to disinfection, disinfectant by-product (DBP) control, DBP precursor removal and contaminated source water pre-treatment will become increasingly stringent...

The ICR; $130 Million of Water Quality Monitoring

Conformity and the New Transportation Covenant

Interactive Models for the Regulation of Lake Ontario
Extensive studies are underway to improve the regulation of Lake Ontario. These studies not only involve the inclusion of factors and interest groups not previously considered, but also...

Preface and Executive Summary

Purpose and Perspective for the Conference: National Water Resources Regulation - Where is the Pendulum Now?

Risk-Based Environmental Priorities: What Priority?

Clean Water Act Reauthorization: The States' Perspective

Centralized Government Control: A Bad Idea

Protecting Human Health: Keeping Science in Risk Assessment and Balance in Risk-Based Regulations

The Great Lakes Initiative: Dollars Down the Drain

The Regulatory Process - - An Industry Perspective Responding to New Regulations

Perspectives on Water Quality Regulation

Wet Weather Issues in Receiving Systems: Can a Pendulum Swing Upstream?

Stormwater Regulation: The Local Perspective

The Regulatory Pendulum: Has it Finally Come to Rest for CSO Control?

Regulation of Nonpoint Sources

The Light at the End of the Sewer: How Interested Parties Negotiated a Consensus Solution to the Combined Sewer Overflow Problem

 

 

 

 

Return to search