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CDM Smith wins IWA Project Innovation Award for San Diego water resources plan

The International Water Association has honored CDM Smith, a full-service engineering and construction firm, with a Project Innovation Award in the global planning category for the city of San Diego's long-range water resources plan.

Researchers recommend eco-friendly solutions to recycle frack water

Scientists at Rice University have produced a detailed analysis of water produced by hydraulic fracturing at three gas reservoirs in the states of Texas, Pennsylvania and New Mexico and have suggested that environmentally friendly remedies are needed to treat and reuse it.

L.A. County watershed project receives notable ISI award for sustainable efforts

The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure has announced that the Sun Valley Watershed Multi-Benefit Project in Los Angeles County, Calif., has earned the Envision™ infrastructure rating system's Platinum award.

The Ice Bucket Challenge and Matt Damon

Celebrities and even the Simpsons have taken on the ice bucket challenge to raise money for charity. How did it start? Why did Matt Damon use water from his toilet?

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