Stormwater Management

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Stormwater Management

EPA Office of Water’s former Assistant Administrator joins Xylem

Feb. 27, 2024
Radhika Fox is joining Xylem as senior advisor to the company, providing insight and strategic council to the water technology company.
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Flood Control

Malheur Basin begins flood risk management releases

Feb. 6, 2024
Warm Springs Reservoir and Bully Creek Reservoir will start releasing water for flood risk management due to a combination of above-average reservoir carryover and above-average...
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Commercial/Industrial Stormwater

EPA shares plan to clean up storm sewer system at Ten-Mile Drain Superfund

Feb. 2, 2024
EPA’s finalized cleanup plan involves excavating six utility maintenance hole vaults and a segment of concrete pipe, along with stone bedding and backfill materials, to prevent...
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Wet Weather

Study: Sequential atmospheric rivers can triple economic damage

Feb. 1, 2024
When atmospheric rivers occur sequentially, their economic damage can more than triple compared to standalone events, according to new research.
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Stormwater Management

EPA develops 6PPD-quinone testing method for stormwater, surface waters

Jan. 31, 2024
EPA has published a draft testing method to detect 6PPD-quinone, a pollutant that harms aquatic life, in stormwater and surface waters.
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Stormwater Management

Woolpert to produce digital terrain model of Wyoming

Jan. 25, 2024
Woolpert will use lidar data that it had collected for the USGS to create a high-resolution digital terrain model for the entire land area of the state of Wyoming.