Monthly Archives: November 2013

Be Sure to Remember the 4 P’s This Thanksgiving

Enjoy time with family and friends – but remember the four P's – save your pipes, plants, pumps and personnel by not to sending fats, oil and grease down the drain.  Want to know more about what NACWA is doing to protect the four P's?  Check out www.nacwa.org/flushables.

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Utility of The Future at Work: San Antonio Water System

Gregg Eckhardt is guest blogger to The Water Voice and a Senior Resource Analyst for San Antonio Water System.
Today, attendees at NACWA’s National Clean Water Law Seminar in San Antonio, Texas glimpsed the utility of the future in a luncheon address by Steve Clouse, Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer of the San Antonio Water […]

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Green Infrastructure . . . Evolving from an Innovative to Mainstream Stormwater Management Practice

Though the use of pipes, tanks, and treatment plants will always play a critical role in protecting the health of our nation’s cities and waters, there is a growing recognition that innovative stormwater management techniques, also known as green infrastructure, can help combat the country’s wet weather challenges in a more cost-efficient and environmentally-effective way. […]

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How Do We Measure the Importance of Water?

Yesterday, EPA released The Importance of Water to the U.S. Economy, a report emphasizing the critical role water plays in all aspects of economic activity. The report highlights current research on the importance of water, and identifies several areas for future study. Nancy Stoner, Acting Assistant Administrator for EPA’s Office of Water, summarized the report’s […]

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