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More than 1 billion people around the globe participated in Earth Day 2012, which took place on Sunday, April 22.

Now in its 42nd year,...

Dwindling budgets and staff affect a large number of water and wastewater facilities across the nation. Because of the current economic conditions...

Faced with aging infrastructure and lack of funding, many systems are likely to turn to service rate increases to address pressing needs.

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It’s evident that the economic road to recovery has been long and winding. State budgets continue to shrink and water and wastewater projects...

With busier than ever schedules and less staff responsible for doing more work, the days of face-to-face training are fewer and far between. As a...

World Water Day is just days away. Held every year on March 22, World Water Day is recognized by the United Nations and communities all over the...

According to a http://www.coloradoan.com report, the town of Windsor, Colo., has sold...

One of the biggest challenges for rural and small systems continues to be adequate funding. Many small water systems manage water resources, meet...

The popular L'Oréal slogan easily applies to the world of water, and the reward is infinitely more valuable than good hair.

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One only has to take a look around to see that the condition of the nation’s infrastructure has continued to decline over the past decade.

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Recognition of hard work, achievement and advancement of sustainable water practices is proven to inspire and propel future initiatives. Every...

Storm water management is an issue that affects everyone, and education is a key component of storm water management. This is why I am happy to...

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has unveiled a new public information Web resource, the Discharge Monitoring Report Pollutant...

With the new year underway, we all know how important it is to begin marking up our travel calendars. When it comes to business travel, planning...

Earlier this month, the editorial staff of Water & Wastes Digest (WWD), Storm Water Solutions and Water...

Last week my editorial blog asked readers to share opinions on the best way for utilities to approach the public when shifting from a flat rate...

Bad economy or not, water districts must keep water flowing to their customers. In a weak economy, many utilities see a dramatic reduction in...

The past year presented both challenges and opportunities for the water and wastewater industry. As we enter 2012 and continue to watch economic...

Storm water and erosion control regulatory enforcement has a tough act to follow in 2012. In 2011, courts across the nation sent strong messages—...

Hard work and innovation drive countless water and wastewater projects and upgrades across the country each year. While different in size and...

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Raleigh, N.C., has added a small increase to water bills as a permanent watershed protection fee. Do you agree with this idea?: