Stormwater Management News

  1. King County Department Of Natural Resources And Parks, Wash., Selects InfoMaster Smart Asset Management Solution
    3/21/2017

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wash., has chosen industry-leading InfoMaster software for managing its stormwater assets.

  2. Florida Considers $3.3 Billion For Clean Water
    3/17/2017

    Florida lawmakers are in the midst of a heated debate on how much they should spend to keep toxic algae out of waterways.

  3. Water Window Challenge Winners Announced
    3/15/2017

    Twelve innovative projects will share a US$10M competition pool to tackle flooding in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.

  4. Effort To Lift EPA Wastewater Blending Ban Dismissed
    3/10/2017

    An an appeals court failed to lift a federal ban on a controversial wastewater management practice.

  5. Mysterious, 143-Million-Gallon Sewage Spill Sparks International Investigation
    3/9/2017

    Officials in the U.S. and Mexico are investigating a massive sewage spill that polluted the shores of Southern California.

  6. StormCon Stormwater Conference Registration And Preliminary Schedule
    3/7/2017

    Registrations have opened for StormCon 2017 Stormwater Conference, the surface water quality control conference and expo, when it returns to the Northwestern United States this coming August.

  7. Dauber To Serve As Technical Practice Lead In Hydrology, Hydraulics, And Drainage Engineering For WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff In Charlotte
    3/7/2017

    Karl Dauber has been named a national practice lead for hydrology, hydraulics, and drainage engineering for the U.S. Water & Environment Business at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, a global engineering and professional services organization.

  8. Harsh Storms Lead To Mass Sewage Spills In San Francisco Bay
    3/3/2017

    After dealing with ongoing severe drought, California received an unexpected side effect after heavy storms passed over the state. Large amounts of sewage washed into the San Francisco Bay.

  9. ECS Engineering Services Earns Environment Agency Award Nomination For Safety And Environmental Credentials
    3/2/2017

    ECS Engineering Services has been recognised for its exceptional level of service by nomination in the Environment Agency Project Excellence Awards 2017.

  10. California Floods: Water Infrastructure Wake-Up Call?
    3/2/2017

    Experts say California’s water infrastructure is not built for the age of climate change.