Monthly Archives: May 2013

Key Considerations for Water Quality Trading

Around the country, water quality trading continues to gain interest as a viable market-based alternative to addressing water pollution. Just last week, the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Water and Wildlife held a hearing to examine the status of water quality trading and how these programs can achieve real water quality improvements at less cost. As […]

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The Proof is in the Flushing

When a package of wipes is labeled “flushable,” what does this really mean? There is no standard definition of flushable and no regulations regarding the term’s use on product packaging.  For product manufacturers and marketers, flushable seems to mean that the product goes through a toilet and makes it out into the collection system.  However, […]

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