Using green and gray infrastructure to manage stormwater
As communities with combined sewer overflow problems and/or compliance decrees...
Continuous-pumping solution for residential areas
An HDPE canopy masks noise when moving large volumes of water and sewage.
Cost-effective stormwater management
This roofing system offers an economical alternative to storm water collection...
4 FREE water management resources
Drought, flooding, toxic algae … if your agency isn’t dealing with a major...
An option to trenchless construction
Coffer dam eliminates trenchless installation at a project in Pennsylvania....
U.S. mayors urge EPA to reform water regulation planyfvdfdzdrbywwacuw
The third most-costly item for most cities is providing clean water per EPA standards. Local government expenditures to remain compliant have increased from $50 billion in 1995 to $103 billion in 2009 while the federal government kicks in only $2 billion annually for the state revolving loan program.
2012 National Mayor's Water Conservation Challenge results
A dozen cities earn bragging rights in a national water conservation challenge.