Storm Water Solutions NEWS
- Study Shows Sea Level Rise to Threaten West Coast Tidal Wetlands
- Baton Rouge to Install Sewer Monitoring Devices
- Snohomish County Public Works, WSDOT Win 2015 APWA Project of the Year Award
- American Student Wins 2015 International Stockholm Junior Water Prize
- Embry-Riddle Becomes a National StormReady University
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The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Assn. (WWEMA) is one of the most active industry... more
Two June measures address the future of fracking
This past June was a big month for fracking and oil markets around the world. First, the U.S. Environmental Protection... more
Western states cope with drought conditions
California is not the only part of the American West that is experiencing a searing drought. The governor of Washington... more
What do you think of EPA's proposed FY 2016 budget of $2.3 billion for Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds?
Budget increase demonstrates commitment to protecting the nation’s water resources but it's not enough to address current needs.
The budget increase will adequately address water quality needs.
Additional private investment options are needed to address water quality needs adequately.
Total votes: 125