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  • Now Available: Pervious Concrete Maintenance Guide

    The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has released a newly revised Pervious Concrete Pavement Maintenance and Operations Guide.

  • Pervious in Paradise

    Stop by the Gold Lot to check out Pervious in Paradise, where attendees, sponsoring exhibitors, and researchers will have an opportunity to display, discuss, and demonstrate the new equipment and test procedures for this rapidly growing market – pervious concrete.

  • Emergency preparedness for citizens with disabilities

    QUESTION: Michele, I read your Winter 2014 Indiana LTAP Newsletter article about a really thorough approach to keeping people with disabilities in mind when preparing communities for disaster emergencies and, in this case, severe snow storms or even moderate snow conditions. Can you share that on...

  • How to fund Clean Water Act obligations

    Will the strategies outlined in the EPA's new Affordability Framework benefit your agency?

  • Where to find current parking, striping, signage regs

    QUESTION: A supervisor recently asked me for information on striping and signage of parking lots for ADA compliance, and I found “ADA Business Brief: Restriping Parking Lots” on the Department of Justice website. However, the document is dated January 2002. Is this information still accurate?

  • What you missed in New Orleans last week

    As if the city itself weren't enough, products were promoted and achievements acknowledged during North America’s largest wastewater show: the Water Environment Federation’s 87th annual WEFTEC conference. Read on to find out which team of operators and technicians won the coveted Operations...

  • U.S. public works market worth $1 trillion

    Close to $78 trillion will be spent on capital projects globally by 2025. Of that, the U.S. represents the second-largest market.

  • Comic book details reflectivity options

    Fun and engaging presentation makes the subject matter easy to understand for municipalities considering their options.

  • 10 states with the most-poisonous water

    Indiana tops this analysis of EPA’s Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) in terms of volume, but Texas is tops for toxicity.

  • Rural roads 3 times as deadly

    Crashes on non-interstate routes killed 16,161 people in 2012, accounting for nearly half of the nation’s 33,561 traffic deaths that year.