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Is Water Infrastructure Investment Distributed Fairly & Equitably?

The current federal and state system of water infrastructure funding is designed to improve the way we move, treat, or store water, wastewater, or stormwater. It’s not inherently designed to target disparities in infrastructure quality and service.

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2022 is the fiftieth anniversary of the EPA's Clean Water Act, benefitting all Americans.

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America's a Healthier Nation Thanks to 50 Years of the Clean Water Act

Fifty years ago, America recognized that access to clean, safe water is a critical human right, and the U.S. Congress passed the Clean Water Act,...

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Floods have bacteria-filled wastewater & smell bad.

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Waste seeps into flood water, spreading bacterial infections to humans

Floridians reeling from widespread power outages and a deadly surge of stormwater following Hurricanes Ian and Nicole are facing another problem: raw...

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Smart tech solutions to rebuild critical infrastructure

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Let's use smart infrastructure for climate adaptation

  • A major solution to fix aging infrastructure to adapt to climate change realities is building smarter – not bigger.

  • When it comes to choosing the...

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Data makes all the difference in critical infrastructure

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Data makes all the difference in stormwater infrastructure

Stormwater managers should get their heads out of the sand when managing data. Data utilization is essential for forward planning.

 

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Stormwater utility managers need to manage data better

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Stormwater managers : take the head out of the sand & use data better

Collecting and managing data is vital for every business. This is especially true in the stormwater management industry, where a wide variety of data...

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Where will the next generation of water professionals come from?

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The silver tsunami is sinking the water industry

The silver tsunami is upon us. A huge wave of baby boomers are now hitting retirement age and leaving the workforce. This mass exodus of experienced...

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Why are thousands of fish dying in San Francisco Bay?

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Feces discharge in San Francisco Bay Will Take $14B to Fix

  • After Covid-19, public health issues are a top priority for every community.

  • Safe disposal & treatment of wastewater is something Americans...

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Rewind the clock and spring forward with digital monitoring for the environment

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If you could turn back time, how would you change your water network?

Water is the basis of life, and concerns about the environment are forcing government entities to rethink the way they manage the public water...

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