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WASHINGTON — The Flood Resilience Checklist offers strategies that communities can consider, such as conserving land in flood-prone areas.
Key topics of interest at the 82nd Annual Meeting included education, climate, energy, new partnership and municipal water issues.
SAN FRANCISCO — Currently at 80 percent complete, the WSIP has repaired or replaced more than 280 miles of pipeline and employed 11,000 workers since 2007.
Lined Valve Company expects growth from EPA provision funding water & wastewater infrastructure projects
WOODLAND, Wash. — The EPA guidance document mentions valves made of iron and steel, and Lined Valve Company has products that will comply with this Buy America provision.
DENVER — This conference seeks to combine technical presentations with in-depth discussions on the critical matters facing today’s water industry.
ATLANTA — Mueller Systems now offers utilities the ability to remotely detect and monitor leaks in water distribution mains using the Mi.Echo system.
APWA’s annual sustainability conference merging with 2014 International Public Works Congress and Exposition
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — APWA Congress’ new sustainability track will feature targeted sessions dedicated to educating attendees on the efficient delivery of infrastructure projects.
CINCINNATI, Ohio — These cellular technologies will help water utilities improve water quality, receive reliable information and manage water resources in the city of Cincinnati.