Oct. 2, 2015 08:21
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has unveiled its Stormwater Capture Master Plan, looking to harvest the rain for reuse. The city currently collects around 27,000 acre-feet of rainw...
Sept. 30, 2015 08:21
Federal lawmakers are introducing a fourth legislative attempt to provide millions of environmental relief funds for Lake Tahoe, located on the border of California and Nevada. A bipartisan effo...
Sept. 28, 2015 08:20
Researchers are gathering hundreds of water and soil samples from as many as 40 different locations along Red Butte Creek in Utah. Data is being gathered to better understand the relationship be...
Sept. 25, 2015 08:20
As part of Maryland’s Anne Arundel County’s effort to help reduce stormwater pollution that drains into its rivers, a failed culvert near Old Bay Ridge Road in Annapolis was identified for r...
Sept. 23, 2015 08:19
Mycoremediation, or the use of fungi to clean water and soil, could be joining the many tools for treating stormwater someday. Although the idea has been floating around for years, mycoremediati...
Sept. 21, 2015 08:19
Officials with the EPA have settled with the owner of Garden Homes in Trenton, New Jersey, over the company’s failure to control stormwater discharges. Zygmunt “Zigi” Wilf, the company own...
Sept. 18, 2015 08:19
A new $3 million stormwatercapture project in Pacoima, California, will reduce flooding and potentially transform a gritty urban neighborhood into an oasis. The Laurel Canyon Boulevard Green Stree...
Sept. 17, 2015 10:28
Colorado Cities Join Forces to Manage Stormwater The cities of Pueblo and Colorado Springs are partnering up to battle stormwater. The biggest issue they want to address is flooding on Fountain Creek. Some residents have lost as many as ten acres of land, due to insufficient stormwater management and flooding in the area....
July 27, 2015 09:39
Although Sequim, Washington, falls below the 10,000 population threshold of the NPDES permit, it is anticipating growth and planning accordingly. For the first time in the city’s history, ...
July 26, 2015 09:39
In 2011, the city of Jackson, Michigan, levied a stormwater utility fee that garnered more than three million dollars from property owners. The city used the funds to pay for street sweeping,...

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