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  • EPA Updates 2 Drinking Water Health Advisories

    Consumer goods manufacturers don't use perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) anymore, but the toxins have been found in drinking water supplies in some areas of the country. EPA's set a health advisory level of 70 parts per trillion.

  • City's Nonworking Crosswalk Signals Endanger Pedestrians

    In an effort to rework traffic flow around the pedestrian's, rather than the driver's needs, Chicago phased out the buttons that pedestrians press to stop traffic. Meant to lower pedestrian deaths, the measure is instead making pedestrians more vulnerable.

  • Award-Winning Water Structures Deadline: July 31

    Did your water or sewer utility specify any Sherwin-Williams coatings last year? If so, show off your team's success by submitting the project to the company's new awards program.

  • Register: Coal Ash Management Forum

    You can sign up today for the National Waste & Recycling Association and The Environmental Research & Education Foundation's Coal Ash Management Forum.

  • Hydraulic Institute Hosts Three-Part Wastewater Webinar

    Join the Hydraulic Institute for this webinar series where attendees can will get in-depth guidelines for the selection of pumps used in typical aerobic wastewater treatment plans.

  • CH2M Selected as Design-Build Partner for Major Infrastructure Projects

    Houston, Texas and San Jose, California choose C2HM as the design-build partner for Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion and Cogeneration Facility Project respectively.

  • Proxibid Syndicating Equipment Listings from John Deere Dealers to Proxibid and eBay Marketplaces

    Proxibid, the world’s most trusted way to connect buyers and sellers of highly valued items, and John Deere, a world leader in providing advanced products and services for customers whose work is linked to the land, today announced an agreement that allows John Deere dealers to quickly and easily...

  • Got An Issue With Subsidence? No Problem!

    A Swedish city with 20,000 residents is slowly collapsing into an abandoned mine. A new documentary explains how engineers are working with the mine's owner to move the entire community out of harm's way.

  • America's 87,000 Dams Are A Damn Disgrace

    Built at the same time as many of the nation's highways, dams suffer from the same dynamic: They're too small for the communities that have grown up around them. That, plus more frequent and heavier rainstorms, could spell disaster for residents nationwide.

  • FHWA Streamlines Road Design Criteria

    The agency's pared down 13 "controlling criteria" to 10. Because only two apply to ALL National Highway System roads, smaller projects can deploy more quickly.