STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ARTICLES

Students awarded AWRA scholarship for water resource management efforts

The American Water Resources Association has announced the recipients of its 2014 Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarship Fund awards. The scholarship fund, established in 1980, was created to be u...

EPA launches third-annual green infrastructure Campus RainWorks Challenge

EPA is launching its third-annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a competition to engage college students in reinventing U.S. water infrastructure and developing innovative green infrastructure system...

IL Governor signs Clean Water Initiative into law

IL Governor Patrick Quinn signed into law the Clean Water Initiative that will provide much-needed financial support for communities to improve their stormwater, wastewater and drinking water infra...

Study recommends filter bed substrates, plant types for rain gardens

Researchers from North Carolina State University are looking to rain gardens as one way to remediate the water quality concerns caused by urban stormwater runoff.

DE town to implement innovative green infrastructure

The town of Bethel, Del., will soon receive $100,000 in grant funds from the EPA through the Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns program to help the community implement innovative green infrastr...

EPA releases new flood management tool, helps communities be more flood resilient

On Tuesday, July 8, the Environmental Protection Agency released a new tool to help communities prepare for, deal with and recover from floods.

NASA satellites detect possible disastrous flooding months in advance, finds research

According to new research from UC Irvine, data from NASA satellites can greatly improve predictions of how likely a river basin is to overflowing months before it actually does.

Green hotel sustainability program propels water conservation efforts in CA amid drought

InterContinental Hotels Group has announced that its patented Green Engage program is helping hotels address the drought conditions in California.

MWH Global awarded key piece of $880M Everglades Restoration Plan

MWH has been awarded a master services agreement contract by the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) to provide construction management and engineering services to help implement the $8...

MN develops first-of-its-kind stormwater management program using trees over pipes

The state of Minnesota has recently developed a first-of-its kind program that encourages communities to invest in the use of more trees rather than pipes to better manage stormwater -- potentially...

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