Monthly Archives: August 2013

These are a Few of Our Favorite {Virtual} Things

Maria von Trapp wasn’t the only one to have a list – ours are just more virtual!  We’ve spent the better part of the summer coming up with our favorite places accessible from your computer or mobile device, and we’re sure that you’re already aware that Google, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter are worth checking out.  […]

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Round Two: Court Says SSI Rule Needs More Work

The Aug. 20 decision by a Federal Appeals Court on U.S. EPA’s March 2011 Clean Air Act (CAA) Sewage Sludge Incinerator (SSI) Rule marked a partial legal victory and milestone in a multiyear regulatory and legal advocacy effort by NACWA to ensure environmentally appropriate regulation of SSIs on behalf of approximately one-third of the clean […]

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Wipe Out! Keeping Wipes Out of Pipes

Earlier this year, we reported that new Costco wipe packaging using the “Do Not Flush” logo had been sighted.  This updated packaging is now more widely available in stores, and it is a great example of effective labeling that can help educate consumers on how to properly dispose of these products.
Here is what the 4-cm […]

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What We’re Thinking About This August

August is here and in Washington D.C. that means 100% humidity, a mass exodus to the beach, and Congressional Recess.  As members of Congress are home for the summer meeting with constituents, we’re calling on you to raise a couple of issues with your Congressional Delegation. While it’s usually a quiet time of year, we’ll […]

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