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  • Dayton, Ohio, to begin transportation study

  • Off the Grid

    It's a hard lesson learned from an era of unprecedented growth in the housing market, when subdivisions were built faster than the infrastructure necessary to serve them. With traditional wastewater treatment plants facing restrictions on their total maximum daily loads (TMDLs), decentralized...

  • July 2008 Article Links

  • Wake-Up Call

  • PW Briefs April 2008

    By 2030, the U.S. population is expected to grow by 63 million. To recognize environmentally friendly development efforts of new houses, buildings, and roads by using concrete and cement-based products, the Portland Cement Association has launched the Sustainable Leadership Awards. Visit

  • EPA stormwater project goes green

    The Ariel Rios South Courtyard project in Washington, D.C. showcases numerous green infrastructure techniques and low-impact development practices.

  • Desalination development pushed

    Sen. Mel Martinez, R-Fla., has introduced legislation to increase the federal government's role in developing desalination plants.

  • Keeping pace with development

    In Kendall County, Ill., the race is on. As developers scramble to buy farmland, builders scurry to create homes, and people flock to purchase lots, officials entrusted with providing public works must struggle to keep pace with the growing need for services.

  • Ohio builds membrane bioreactor plant

  • Sustainable park development