Senate Water Resources Bill Emerges as Possible Contender for Passage This Year
Bipartisan water resources legislation recently introduced in the Senate could become one of the few major infrastructure bills to pass Congress this year....

Central Texas Project Seeks to Ensure Water Supplies Keep Pace With Growth

Shuster Infrastructure Plan Would Raise Gas Tax, Boost Clean and Water Funding

House Handily Approves Water Resources Development Act
The House passes the Water Resources Development Act, putting pressure on the Senate to advance its water resources bill....

Water Reuse Guide Aims to Help Designers Consider Sustainability Principles

Perfluorinated Chemical Contamination in Drinking Water Raises Concerns in Congress
Shortly after a House subcommittee examined the issue of perfluorinated chemicals in drinking water, a group of Michigan representatives introduced legislation intended to encourage federal agencies to...

California’s East Valley Water District Finalizes Design/Build Contract for Sterling Natural Resource Center

America’s Water Infrastructure Act Reauthorizes WRDA, Safe Drinking Water Programs
The recently enacted America’s Water Infrastructure Act updates the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, reauthorizes the federal dam and levee safety programs, and authorizes additional...

Tucson Will Use Reclaimed Water to Recharge Groundwater, Revitalize River

Maryland Farmer, Researchers Test Effectiveness of Pool System for Improving Water Quality

Rising to the Occasion
A parking garage fitted within a stormwater overflow reservoir is designed so that it rises out of the ground during storms as the reservoir fills with water....

Water Resort Rolls With the Terrain

Oroville Dam Spillway Incident: Putting Community Safety First While Investigating the Cause
The Oroville Dam, and its associated reservoir and hydropower plant facility, is located on the Feather River in Northern California and is owned and operated by the State of California, Department of...

Denver Water to Test Use of Turbines in Canals

New York City Adds Constructed Wetland to Staten Island’s Bluebelt System

Brewers Make Beer Using Recycled Water to Promote Potable Reuse In Arizona, Colorado

U.S. EPA Launches WIFIA Program, Offering New Source Of Financing For Water Projects

Growing Spending on Nature-Based Solutions Protects More Water Sources, Report Says

Number of U.S. Households Unable to Afford Water Could Triple

Virginia Project Benefits from Unique Intake Structure and New Take on Design/Build

 

 

 

 

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