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Sep 17 2021
The tide is shifting in the storm water industry from grey to green. With increasing pressure to provide innovative, aesthetically pleasing and…
High-density parking for international travelers at the Cross Border Xpress.
High-density parking for international travelers at the Cross Border Xpress.
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Sep 15 2021
Introduction A 390-foot bridge and facility known today as the “Cross Border Xpress” connects California’s Otay Mesa to Mexico’s Tijuana…
Sep 1 2021
A team of professors and students from the University of Connecticut (UConn) are helping five Connecticut towns with a plan to reduce storm water…
Aug 27 2021
Dilapidated. An eyesore.  Those are just a couple adjectives that come to mind when Paul Berland talks about the former Northeast Iowa Resources…
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Aug 25 2021
The tide is shifting in the storm water industry from grey to green. With increasing pressure to provide innovative, aesthetically pleasing and…
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Aug 23 2021
LIVE WEBINAR | TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2021 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST Today’s increasingly stringent environmental regulations continue to create the…
Aug 20 2021
Corvias Infrastructure Solutions, a leader in public infrastructure development and program management, announced its closing with the Urban…
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Image credit: Louis Cook © Philadelphia Water Department. As part of the Green City, Clean Waters plan, a certain amount of "Greened Acres" must be created every five years.
Aug 3 2021
Like hundreds of communities across the U.S., Philadelphia is tasked with the monumental mission of significantly reducing combined sewer overflows…
storm-water
Communities of varying size are embracing green infrastructure and adapting to their size and geography.
Aug 3 2021
From the Gulf Coast to the New Mexico desert, communities in diverse settings are increasingly recognizing the importance of building green storm…
Aug 2 2021
This week on Dropping By, Katie Johns, managing editor of Storm Water Solutions, is joined by Dr. Sarah Mincey, managing director of the…
Jul 29 2021
The Senate has voted to begin work on a national infrastructure plan, which includes $550 billion in new infrastructure spending. This comes after…
Jul 16 2021
A survey of 241 cities, villages and other jurisdictions along the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River shows that coastal damage from climate change…
Jun 2 2021
The SWS Webinar Series Fest continues at 1 p.m. CT on June 17 with an LID webinar.  Register here. Developing land in the U.S. is viewed as…
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The benefactors of funding are stakeholders and community members, who in this article, reap the benefits of green infrastructure in their neighborhoods.
Jun 1 2021
Storm water runoff and its impacts to communities nationwide, as a result of flooding events, drainage issues and increased pollution of local and…
Jun 1 2021
You know how the classic arcade game goes. A mole comes out from the hole, and you try to hit it quickly back down with your hammer so you can get to…
commercial water
The Ironbound area lies in a topographic depression that was developed with an approximate impervious coverage of 70%.
Jun 1 2021
Deep in the heart of New Jersey lies “The Ironbound” community, a working-class, multi-cultural neighborhood. Encompassing four square miles of the…
storm water development
The landscape is designed as a wetland and riparian ecosystem. Image Credit: Lamar Johnson Collaborative
Jun 1 2021
Whether you are driving into or out of Chicago on the Kennedy Expressway, it is nearly impossible to miss the large Morton Salt sign atop an…
Katie Johns, managing editor
Katie Johns, managing editor
Jun 1 2021
In April, there was a pipe leaking in my apartment building. Because of that, myself and the other tenants were asked to not use our kitchen sinks…
Jenn Swart
Jenn Swart, public affairs representative for Water Replenishment District
Jun 1 2021
The Water Replenishment District (WRD) has a longstanding commitment to water education. This is exemplified at the Albert Robles Center for Water…
May 21 2021
As flooding events around the world grow more intense and frequent, communities looking to better manage their water resources are exploring new…
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