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  1. Reclamation invests $9.2M in water, power research in West amid drought

    Online Articles

    Fri, 21 Nov 2014

    that can interrupt water and power deliveries Optimizing hydropower and other forms of renewable energy Improving water infrastructure reliability and safety The identified knowledge gaps are filled by both competed and directed research. Partnerships are

  2. City of Philadelphia names first 'Stormwater Pioneer'

    Online Articles

    Thu, 20 Nov 2014

    it also recognized RPLD for its design efforts. See also: " PWD optimizes rehabilitation, renewal spending with water infrastructure capital planning software " " Green Gardening: Program Builds Rain Gardens, Improves Communities' Stormwater Management

  1. Chicago/Calumet region to receive major stormwater, green infrastructure upgrades with grant

    Online Articles

    Tue, 18 Nov 2014

    the Chicago River. Collectively, the funded projects will: Install more than 242,000 square feet of green stormwater infrastructure Add more than 2.9 million gallons of stormwater storage capacity Add 4 acres of new public park space Restore and enhance

  2. Connecticut Water Service to invest $55.1M for infrastructure upgrades in 2015

    Online Articles

    Mon, 17 Nov 2014

    systematic investments for upgrading its utility infrastructure . The company's board of directors has ..... replacing aging pipeline systems and upgrading infrastructure through the Water Infrastructure and Conservation Adjustment (:WICA

  3. NAWC executive director makes statement on growing water infrastructure support

    Online Articles

    Fri, 14 Nov 2014

    referendums, ranging from topics of water infrastructure needs to healthcare that will guide ..... national issue and address critical water infrastructure needs across the country. This rising ..... shows voters understand updating water infrastructure is an ongoing investment, not a one

  4. Desalination proposal in New York rejected by state officials

    Online Articles

    Fri, 14 Nov 2014

    cubic yards, reported the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)... United Water to invest millions in U.S. water infrastructure projects United Water announced its achievements in fulfilling its Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) commitment to attract

  5. Oklahoma receives over $14M from EPA to fund drinking water systems across state

    Online Articles

    Thu, 13 Nov 2014

    eligible public water systems for infrastructure improvements, technical assistance ..... install and improve drinking water infrastructure and treatment facilities. The program ..... Funding " " U.S. drinking water infrastructure needs $384B for improvements by 2030

  6. Select Energy, X-Chem/Terra form strategic partnership for oilfield water management

    Online Articles

    Wed, 12 Nov 2014

    equipment, manpower, expertise, and logistics for on-the-fly water treatment for frac use, and Select will provide the infrastructure and water focus to utilize Terra's capabilities. See also: " Fracking Wastewater Management: Is Centralized Treatment

  7. City of San Mateo issues 20-year mgmt contract for wastewater treatment, collection upgrades

    Online Articles

    Tue, 11 Nov 2014

    The city's CWP Master Plan will not only address aging infrastructure and regulatory needs but will help it achieve its sustainability ..... wastewater treatment, biogas utilization and conveyance infrastructure . See also: " CH2M HILL earns National Merit Awards for

  8. CA water district announces completion of history-making DOE grant

    Online Articles

    Mon, 10 Nov 2014

    The Central Basin Municipal Water District of California has completed the Water and Energy Emergency End Use Demand Management Measure Project, a $2-million grant awarded by the Department of Energy.