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EPA Accused of Downplaying Fracking's Threat To Water Supplies

The federal agency spent almost $30 million to study how a common oil- and gas-well drilling technique affects groundwater. Critics say EPA pulled back from its initial conclusion in response to pressure from the energy industry. More

City's Spending $1Billion to Alleviate Traffic Congestion
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City's Spending $1Billion to Alleviate Traffic Congestion

Los Angeles drivers suffer the longest commutes of any city in the nation. The... More

Norway to Build World's First Underwater Floating Tunnel
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Norway to Build World's First Underwater Floating Tunnel

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has some truly unique ideas for lowering... More

Innovative Engineering Saves $3 Million on Tunnel Rehab
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Innovative Engineering Saves $3 Million on Tunnel Rehab

A mile-long traffic tunnel that carries 37 million vehicles annually earns the... More

City to Start Planning Underground Park
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City to Start Planning Underground Park

The proposal for the LowLine received rights from New York's City Hall to start... More

Court Rules in Favor of $16 Billion Water Diversion Project
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Court Rules in Favor of $16 Billion Water Diversion Project

In a drought-stricken state, neither environmentalists nor industry can stop a... More

Project Update: Unique Stormwater Solution Exceeds Expectations
Simple valve keeps odors away
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Simple valve keeps odors away

An inline backflow valve keeps sewer gas from ruining a multimillion dollar... More

Fountain repair
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Fountain repair

It's taking 16 months to repair the Latona Fountain at the Palace of Versailles... More

Utility locating offers quantifiable savings
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Utility locating offers quantifiable savings

Copy this regional wastewater facility’s cost- and time-saving methodology for... More

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