Associations

New Safety Bulletin Published
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New Safety Bulletin Published

The Safety and Risk Management Council (SRMC) of the American Society of Concrete... More

American Public Works Association Rebrands Annual Conference
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American Public Works Association Rebrands Annual Conference

Association Renames Conference to Reflect Changes in the Workforce. More

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Associations Collaborate to Launch Improved “Flushability” Guidelines

The group of five associations will also explore the establishment of a collaborative product stewardship initiative to promote greater responsibility for the proper disposal of nonwoven products, including wipes not designed to be flushed. More

Public works departments inch toward recovery
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Public works departments inch toward recovery

Our survey shows public works departments are finally putting the Great Recession... More

12 water-related developments to look for in 2015
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12 water-related developments to look for in 2015

The EPA has been busy. Some of the following may result in regulations in 2015,... More

Now Available: Pervious Concrete Maintenance Guide
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Now Available: Pervious Concrete Maintenance Guide

The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association has released a newly revised... More

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AED to 114th Congress: Responsible Policy Can Be Powerful Medicine

In a letter to the 114th Congress, Associated Equipment Distributors President & CEO Brian P. McGuire is urging swift, bipartisan action to spur economic growth and job creation. More

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Public fleet-certification program tweaked

The American Public Works Association is allowing experience working with private fleets to count toward certification. More

Organizations Pledge Support, Align Resources with Urban Waters Federal Partnership
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Organizations Pledge Support, Align Resources with Urban Waters Federal Partnership

The NGOs will align resources, funding, and expertise with federal efforts to... More

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Disasters destroy $150B of infrastructure annually

A study of the Canada, Germany, U.S., and United Kingdom insurance industries shows that only resilient infrastructure coupled with development reforms will mitigate the effects of climate change on the built environment. More

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