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EPA one-day workshop on stormwater runoff

ATLANTA — The one-day workshop will take place Dec. 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Sonesta Resort Hilton Head Island, located in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.


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Registration now open for AWWA ACE15

DENVER — More than 1,000 experts will present sessions covering a range of industry topics.


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2014 NWRI Clarke Prize Lecture focuses on water supply management opportunities

FOUNDATION VALLEY, Calif. — David L. Sedlak, Ph.D., received the $50,000 Clarke Prize and presented a lecture titled, “Delivering the Fourth Water Revolution,” at the 21st Annual National Water Research Institute (NWRI) Clarke Prize Conference and Award Ceremony.


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Environment Agency awards Thames Estuary Asset Management program contract

LONDON — The Thames Estuary Asset Management program, developed by the Environment Agency, represents the first 10 years of the 100-year program, with a goal of protecting London and the Thames Estuary from current and future tidal flooding through 2100.


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Around the Industry – November 2014

EPA funds two national drinking water centers for research and innovation; GLRI supplies funds to target harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie; U.S. Department of Commerce awards AWWA; and more.


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Pacific Institute releases report on California’s Proposition 1

OAKLAND, Calif. — Pacific Institute’s report analyzes Proposition 1’s main provisions and their potential impacts, explains how funds would be allocated and highlights ways the bond can address the needs of disadvantaged communities and ecosystems.


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USDA supplies funds to upgrade U.S. water and wastewater systems

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — More than $352 million in loans and grants will upgrade water and wastewater systems, provide rural areas with clean water and create jobs.


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WateReuse Association releases new white paper on CWSRF

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The newly released white paper explains the changes in eligibility for the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF), the pros and cons of the CWSRF and the steps to take to apply for funding.


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Waste less, pollute less: A guide to reduce urban water use

Water conservation can advance Clean Water Act compliance.

Water conservation can advance Clean Water Act compliance.


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EPA to fund water quality and infrastructure projects in California

FRESNO — EPA will provide more than $183 million to improve water infrastructure and reduce water pollution in California.


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