Committee Passes Bills Granting Regulatory Flexibility, Assistance for Wastewater Operations
A key Senate committee approves bills to facilitate integrated planning under the Clean Water Act and to establish a program of technical assistance for small and medium-sized providers of wastewater treatment....

Model Aims to Help Utilities Gauge Public Attitudes toward Water Reuse

Highway Engineers Seek Options as Study Shows Road Salt Threatens Freshwater Lakes

Civil Engineers Asked to Contribute to Satellite Mission to Map Earth’s Surface Water

Denver Water to Test Use of Turbines in Canals

Construction Begins Soon on Major Pipeline in Houston

State, Federal Funding Offer Way Forward for Flint, Michigan, to Replace Lead Service Lines

U.S. EPA ‘Action Plan’ Proposes Steps to Improve Public Health

Tailings Impoundment Closure: It's All in the Eye of the Beholder
Since the early 1900s, the mining and power-generation industries have disposed of tailings and other waste products using impoundments. The term "tailings" typically refers to the fine-grained waste product...

Section of Brooklyn Waterfront Converted to Electric Car Race Course

Boring of New York City’s Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel to Begin This Summer

When Things Became Muddy: TVA's Response to Seepage Discharge at Boone Dam
In October 2014, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) profited from investments in a robust dam safety program. This profit did not come in the form of money, but more importantly in the protection of...

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

Study Says Restoring Wetlands in Midwest Could Reduce Flooding

Storage in Depleted Aquifers Can Help Protect Against Drought, Study Says

Loudoun Water Advances Potomac Water Supply Program

Watershed Degradation Increases Treatment Costs for Large Cities, Study Finds

Congress Could Reach Agreement on Water Resources Bill After Elections

Virginia Utility Aims to Eliminate Most Discharges to Surface Waters

Cracking the Nuclear Code: Finding an Alternative to the Nuclear Density Gauge
Two of the most basic quality control tests made in the field during soil construction are the soil’s moisture content and density. The establishment of a uniform procedure to compare the performance of...

 

 

 

 

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