Stormwater Management News

  1. Environmentalists: Permits Allow For Nitrogen Contamination Of Connecticut River

    Springfield, CT, is having significant problems when it comes to its sewage system. It pumps large amounts of pollution into the Connecticut River, which in turn sends it flowing south through the state and into the Long Island Sound.

  2. Lansing Township Looks To Protect Watersheds In Rainy Season

    It’s a classic springtime rhyme, “April showers bring May flowers.” But, believe it or not, the rainy month of April can also do more harm than good when it comes to impacting the water quality of Mid-Michigan rivers and watersheds, specifically the Grand River and Red Cedar River which both border Lansing Charter Township. By Hannah Holliday

  3. America's Wetland Foundation Applauds Governor's Declaration Of Emergency For Louisiana's Coast

    The America's WETLAND Foundation (AWF) recently applauds Governor John Bel Edwards' declaration of emergency for Louisiana's coast, an action called for at the summit on February 16, 2017, hosted by AWF and the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA).

  4. Michael Baker International Selected To Restore, Preserve And Protect Historic North Carolina Farm’s Stream, Wetlands And Habitat

    Michael Baker International, a global leader in engineering, planning and consulting services, recently announced it was selected by the North Carolina Division of Mitigation Services to restore and preserve the Finches Branch Stream, wetlands and surrounding habitat located on the historic Lochill Farm in Hillsborough, North Carolina.

  5. CH2M-Designed DC Water Blue Plains Tunnel Named Overall Best Of The Best Project For 2016 By Engineering News-Record

    Engineering News-Record, the leading trade publication of the engineering and construction industry, recently named DC Water's Blue Plains Tunnel as the 2016 Overall National Best of the Best Project.

  6. Scientists Link Recent California Droughts And Floods To Distinctive Atmospheric Waves

    The crippling wintertime droughts that struck California from 2013 to 2015, as well as this year's unusually wet California winter, appear to be associated with the same phenomenon: a distinctive wave pattern that emerges in the upper atmosphere and circles the globe.

  7. More Comfort And Certainty In The Ability Of Onsite Treatment Systems To Serve Non-Potable Water Needs

    New research removes a primary institutional barrier to onsite water treatment. It provides a framework for the safe, consistent implementation and management of these systems, allowing agencies to incorporate them more widely into new and re-development projects.

  8. Overflow Action Month Offers Daily Tips To Conserve Water, Protect Chicago River

    On Friday, March 31, Friends of the Chicago River declared April as Overflow Action Month initiating a 30 day campaign to engage people in water conservation activities to help the Chicago River.

  9. Idaho’s Second-Largest City Selects InfoMaster Smart Asset Management Solution

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the City of Meridian, ID, has chosen industry-leading InfoMaster software for prioritizing the operations and maintenance activities of its sewer collection system.

  10. Investigation Of Waikiki Beach Sewage Spill Closes

    Not even pristine Hawaii is immune to the consequences of sewage spills.