Tag: drinking water

Civil Engineers to Grade Maryland’s Infrastructure in Virtual News Conference

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The Maryland Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will virtually unveil its 2020 Report Card for Maryland’s Infrastructure on March 19,...

Stantec Team chosen to lead design for Bull Run Filtration Project to improve water...

Portland invests in filtration and other improvements to its currently unfiltered Bull Run water supply Stantec, in association with Carollo Engineers and other local firms,...

Colorado Civil Engineers to Grade Colorado’s Infrastructure

DENVER, Colo. — The Colorado Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers will unveil its 2020 Report Card for Colorado’s Infrastructure on Thursday, January 30, 2020....

EPA Moves Forward on Key Drinking Water Priority Under PFAS Action Plan

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent the proposed regulatory determination for perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in drinking water to the Office...

EPA Announces Water Workforce Initiative to Help Recruit and Prepare the Next Generation of...

WASHINGTON (September 24, 2019) — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the Water Workforce Initiative to help cities and communities across the country...

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

In order to meet the needs of a growing population and to shift from reliance on groundwater to surface water as the source for...

EPA Researchers Help Communities Protect Drinking Water Systems from Lead

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) researchers Michael Schock and Darren Lytle are leading research to better understand the science of water chemistry, treatment, and infrastructure to help water system managers and local communities prevent lead from getting into drinking water.

DEP Reactivates Shandaken Tunnel to Supplement Natural Flow in Esopus Creek

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) temporarily halted some of its work at the Shandaken Tunnel Intake Chamber because of dry weather, which required the city to reactivate the 18-mile-long tunnel that supplements the natural flow of water in the Esopus Creek.

Water quality protection has a positive trickle-down effect

2016 photo of the old culvert that had two circular pipes with a total diameter of 36 inches. Pictured are Rifat Salim (left) and...

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