Stormwater Management News

  1. The International Code Council And The Association Of State Floodplain Managers Sign Memorandum Of Understanding
    5/21/2019

    Today the International Code Council and the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance the partnership between the two organizations, recognizing the mission code officials and floodplain managers share in protecting communities and the environment.

  2. Congressman Darin LaHood And Congresswoman Lori Trahan Introduce Legislation To Help Communities Upgrade Aging Sewer Systems
    5/15/2019

    Today, Congressman Darin LaHood (R-IL) and Congresswoman Lori Trahan (D-MA) introduced new legislation to support the cleanup of CSO contamination in rivers across the United States, including the Illinois River.

  3. Clear, Actionable Insights With New Info360 By Innovyze
    5/14/2019

    Innovyze, the global leader in water infrastructure data analytics software, recently announced the launch of Info360.

  4. Corvias And Stormwater Authority Of Chester Showcase Progress Of Green Infrastructure At Veterans Memorial Park
    5/10/2019

    Corvias, in partnership with the Stormwater Authority of Chester (SAC), Pa., celebrated new green infrastructure at a ribbon cutting for the Veteran’s Memorial Park Green Stormwater Infrastructure Project. Attendees included the Honorable Thaddeus Kirkland, Mayor of Chester, various members of the Chester City Council and functional departments, and representatives from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission and the Shade Tree Commission.

  5. Evoqua To Supply Sequencing Batch Reactor System To Expand Treatment Capacity And Address Peak Wet Weather Flows In Huntsville, Texas
    5/10/2019

    Evoqua Water Technologies, an industry leader in mission-critical water treatment solutions, has announced that it has been selected by the City of Huntsville, Texas to provide a new wastewater treatment system at its A.J. Brown treatment facility through Evoqua’s sales partner Environmental Improvements (EI2).

  6. First-Ever Stormwater Needs Survey Shows $7.5B Annual Funding Gap
    5/9/2019

    The first-ever analysis of needs of the U.S. stormwater sector shows an estimated $7.5B annual funding gap and revealed top priorities and challenges across the country.

  7. 2020 IECA Annual Conference And Expo Call For Abstracts Is Open
    5/8/2019

    Industry professionals are encouraged to submit an abstract to speak at the 2020 IECA Annual Conference and Expo in Raleigh, North Carolina, February 23-26, 2020.

  8. Study Demonstrates Seagrass’ Strong Potential For Curbing Erosion
    5/2/2019

    Most people’s experience with seagrass, if any, amounts to little more than a tickle on their ankles while wading in shallow coastal waters. But it turns out these ubiquitous plants, varieties of which exist around the world, could play a key role in protecting vulnerable shores as they face onslaughts from rising sea levels.

  9. Mucarsel-Powell Introduces Bill To Increase Funding For Environmentally-Innovative Water Infrastructure Projects
    5/1/2019

    Recently, while congressional leaders negotiate an infrastructure plan with the White House, U.S. Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (FL-26), vice chair of the Water Resources & Environment Subcommittee of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, introduced the Water Infrastructure Sustainability and Efficiency (WISE) Act, legislation to strengthen our commitment to environmentally-friendly water infrastructure by requiring at least 20% of Clean Water State Revolving Fund be invested in green infrastructure and environmentally-innovative water projects.

  10. Harder Leads Efforts To Prioritize Central Valley Water Needs As House Develops Infrastructure Package
    5/1/2019

    On the heels of yesterday’s infrastructure meeting at the White House, Representative Josh Harder (CA-10) recently spearheaded an effort to ensure the coming infrastructure deal prioritizes Central Valley water needs by supporting drought-resilient infrastructure, securing funding for California water projects, and ensuring our businesses, families, and farmers have the tools they needs to address clean and drinking water needs.