Spilled Sewage: Hurricane Hermine's Unsanitary Aftermath
Overwhelmed by rain, treatment plants dumped millions of gallons of untreated...
Delaware Passes Stopgap Stormwater Bill
After a court threw out the state's new stormwater regs, lawmakers passed a bill...
Dumpster Rain Gardens Coming to New York
Two-thousand-gallon dumpster planters will help detain the rain in Brooklyn's...
Fight Water With Water: "AquaDam" Saves Texas Home From Flood
A water-filled tube dam he bought on line kept Randy Wagner's home high and dry...
Maryland County Gets Help With Ecological Stormwater Solutions
Prince George's County in Maryland has teamed up with consultant Corvias Solutions...
Envisioning a Watery Future for Miami
Will technology find a way to cope with rising seas?
Court Overturns New Delaware Stormwater Regs
A Delaware judge has tossed out the state's rules regulating runoff from construction sites because of a flawed rulemaking process.
Appeals Court Issues Nationwide Stay of New EPA Stormwater Regs
EPA’s expansion of Federal jurisdiction is on hold until challenges to the new...
June 2015 Letters
Thin-kerf saw blades; flood vents in a crawlspace; testing weather barriers; tip for cutting foam