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Sustainable waste-to-energy facility approved for construction in Tennessee
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Sustainable waste-to-energy facility approved for construction in Tennessee

PHG Energy and the city of Lebanon, Tenn., have signed a contract that will... More

4 mind-blowing bike parking innovations
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4 mind-blowing bike parking innovations

We're commuting by bike more and more. Here are four next-gen places to park all... 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

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USGBC supports 'green garage' program

Who'd have thought that 50 different things affect how “sustainable” a parking garage is?! A new certification program applies to new and existing structures. More

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It’s down to the wire for 25 public works projects

The North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum has narrowed a list of 400 projects worth $370 billion to these contenders for 2014 Project of the Year. Last year’s was the New Bridge for the St. Lawrence Corridor. More

What you missed in New Orleans last week
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What you missed in New Orleans last week

As if the city itself weren't enough, products were promoted and achievements... More

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United Water signs 20-year agreement with Nassau County, NY

United Water has signed an agreement with officials of Nassau County for a 20-year contract to operate, manage and maintain the county’s wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations and sewers. More

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HR Green engineer elected APWA president

The American Public Works Association announced 2015’s volunteer leaders during its annual convention in early August. More

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First-of-its-kind stormwater crediting system

Steal this idea: Minnesota’s analyzed how planting trees factors into meeting pollution permit goals. More

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Wastewater project to save $2 million on energy

A California city says upgrading facultative lagoons via an energy-savings performance contract (ESPC) will save 60% over the traditional design/bid/build process. More

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