Sunday, December 8, 2019

Water + Stormwater

Water and stormwater news including rainwater harvesting, wastewater, sewage plans, city planning, dams, and pipe systems.

 

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A History with Water By Richard Massey His distinguished gray beard earned him the nickname “Old Man Winter.” He wears it well. With over four decades...

Protecting Infrastructure Through Stream Restorations

By Emily Poynter Jenkins, PhD, PE, CFM A 33-inch sanitary interceptor pipe lay exposed in the middle of the Unnamed Tributary to the Saline Branch....

McCarthy Undertaking Three Phases of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant:

McCarthy to build largest water filter modules in Texas In order to meet the needs of a growing population and to shift from reliance on...

California State Water Project Assistant Deputy Director Honored for Outstanding Contributions to Civil Engineering...

RESTON, Va. – Ted Craddock, P.E., M.ASCE, Assistant Deputy Director, California State Water Project, will be honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)...

LAN Strengthens Stormwater Team with Three Senior Hires

HOUSTON – Planning, engineering and program management firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN) strengthened its stormwater team with three new senior project managers....

Straightpoint’s Bluetooth CableSafe at Wastewater Project

Central Environmental Inc. (CEI) used a 10t capacity CableSafe running line dynamometer from Straightpoint (SP) to honor a contract for Alaska Water and Wastewater...

Cortec® Leads the Way for Corrosion Protection of Concrete Potable Water Structures!

Reinforced concrete potable water structures are at higher risk for corrosion because of constant exposure to moisture. They are also limited on protection methods,...

Cortec® Leads the Way for Corrosion Protection of Concrete Potable Water Structures!

Reinforced concrete potable water structures are at higher risk for corrosion because of constant exposure to moisture. They are also limited on protection methods,...

“Water Investing Gap” in Michigan Stands in Way of 90,000 New Jobs in State,...

$22,000 a Day on Bottled Water for Flint:  Chronically Underfunded, Maintenance-deferred Water Infrastructure Costs Michigan Money. Investing $12 billion on top of existing water infrastructure...
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