Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy Holidays!

We wish you peace, happiness and clean water!  Looking forward to blogging our way through 2014.

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What Will the Budget Break Thru Mean to Cities Struggling with Broken Mains?

So this was the scene greeting many Washingtonians on their way to work Tuesday – another water main break in the middle of the nation’s Capital that snarled traffic in many directions and no doubt caused a very painful headache to DC Water for the remainder of the week.
But the water main break could not […]

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Bipartisan Clean Water Caucus to Advance Utility of the Future Priorities

A Congressional Clean Water Caucus was officially established in the 113th Congress in November by Representatives John Duncan (R-TN) and Timothy Bishop (D-NY).  Rep. Duncan is a former chair of the House Water Resources & Environment Subcommittee and Rep. Bishop is the Subcommittee’s current Ranking Member.
As called for in the NACWA/Water Environment Federation/Water Environment Research […]

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Advocating for Our Future: Thoughts from NACWA’s Law Seminar

Several themes dominated NACWA’s recently held 2013 National Clean Water Law Seminar: the Clean Water Act (CWA) is showing its age and is set in its ways but is here to stay for the foreseeable future and the forecast is Stormy with 100% Chance of More Regulation as one session was appropriately titled.  While the […]

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