URBAN STORMWATER ARTICLES

Green Gardening: Program Hires Youth to Build Rain Gardens, Improve Communities' Stormwater Management

The Chesapeake Bay is expected to start seeing a reduction in pollution and an improvement in water quality thanks to a dedicated group of high school and college students who recently installed a ...

Stormwater BMP Maintenance: Don't Know Where to Start?

A new template aims to help municipalities regulate the inspection cycle and maintenance or repair of stormwater BMPs.

Facing the Flood: Cities Confront Challenges, Uncertainties of EPA's Proposed Stormwater Rule

As the EPA continues to refine its proposed regulations, municipalities are left to deal with many challenges and uncertainties, such as what changes will affect them and how and when the ruling wi...

Western flash floods, debris flows increase with worsening wildfire seasons

Western U.S. states are facing an increase in flash floods and debris flows in the wake of longer and worsening wildfire seasons.

Communities to receive funding to reduce water pollution, risks from climate change

EPA will fund six U.S. communities looking to expand their green infrastructure to reduce water pollution and boost resilience to climate change.

Students across U.S. to receive grants for innovative green technologies

The EPA announced the 2013 recipients of its People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Phase I grants.

New partnership brings green solutions, cost savings to Texas oil and gas industry

A new partnership between HaloSource and Industrial Dewatering International has been announced.

Researchers aim to forecast impact of urban, agricultural development on aquatic ecosystems

UW-Madison researchers aim to incorporate ecological aspects into economic decision making by forecasting how urban development and agricultural cultivation future policies impact aquatic ecosystem...

New rain garden to reduce stormwater runoff at Chicago elementary school

Water professionals across the country met to build a rain garden at an elementary school in Chicago, IL, to help reduce stormwater runoff.

EPA finalizes NY Superfund site's $506M cleanup plan

EPA finalized the $506 million cleanup plan for Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal Superfund site, one of the nation's most contaminated waterbodies.

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