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Jan 6 2020
Trash, sediments, heavy metals and fecal indicator bacteria are polluting the Los Angeles River.  The surrounding areas lack efficient storm water…
Jan 6 2020
In the 1950s, an industrial complex that housed the Verdelli Farms vegetable processing facility was built in the Hummelstown borough in Pennsylvania…
Jan 6 2020
When more than 20 acres of land were burned in the California Freeway Fire, an emergency restoration project was deemed necessary. Daniel Reynaga,…
Dec 18 2019
As both an MS4 community and part of the Milwaukee River Basin, the city of Cudahy, Wisc., is required to remove suspended solids and phosphorus from…
Dec 13 2019
Grundfos Thailand Appoints New General Manager Pump manufacturer Grundfos has announced the appointment of Kenth Hvid Nielsen to the role of General…
Dec 6 2019
I would consider myself a big picture thinker, always seeking to understand the full story, including the whys and hows of a given situation. I also…
Dec 6 2019
When adapting living plants into storm water management systems, the concept of green infrastructure promises many benefits, such as increased…
Dec 3 2019
Maryland’s transportation and environment departments are contributing $4 million to introduce smart ponds in four locations around Maryland,…
Nov 22 2019
Senet & MeterSYS(R) Partner to Deliver Smart City & Advanced Water Metering Solutions  Senet, Inc. announced a partnership with MeterSYS, a…
Nov 7 2019
Park Ridge is on track to create a “green” parking lot adjacent to Park Ridge Public Library, according to the Chicago Tribune.  The City Council…
Aug 6 2019
Lynchburg, Va., uses a combined sewer system that carries both sanitary sewer flow and storm water to the Lynchburg Regional Wastewater Treatment…
Heidi Natura is founder & partner of Living Habitats
Heidi Natura is founder & partner of Living Habitats.
Aug 6 2019
Beyond the ways plants sustain humans directly, they also offer many other benefits, including creating a beautiful and stable environment.…
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Lauren Baltas, managing editor of SWS.
Aug 6 2019
Last year, we talked about Cape Town, South Africa, and the words “Day Zero” were top of mind. This year, a similar story is being told of Chennai,…
Aug 5 2019
U.S. EPA senior administration officials announced Priority Actions Supporting Long-Term Drought Resilience, a document outlining ways federal…
Aug 5 2019
The deadline for nominations for the Storm Water Solutions (SWS) 2019 Top Projects awards program has been extended to Aug. 23.  Last year, projects…
Jul 30 2019
A University of Maryland (UMD) research study has connected climate change to storm water management. According to Phys.org, UMD specifically…
Jul 26 2019
2019 SWS Top Project nominations are due Aug. 1, 2019, and time is running out to get in your nominations. Last year, projects varied, including…
Jul 19 2019
A Massachusetts town received a $1 million grant to help fund a green infrastructure project. According to the Worcester Business Journal, the grant…
Jul 12 2019
Martinsburg, W.Va., has begun work on the first phase of the “Regrowing Green City” project. According to The Journal, the city was awarded a $30,000…
Jul 4 2019
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a $45 billion state construction bill Friday, June 28.  The state’s capital plan entitled Rebuild Illinois will…
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