Tag: water conservation

College Stormwater Programs

College Stormwater Programs

Not too long ago, there were only two colleges in the United States where one could learn about stormwater management, notes Brant Keller, public works director for Griffin, GA.

A Groundwater Glass Half-Full

A Groundwater Glass Half-Full

Satellite radar measurements provided by interferometric synthetic aperture radar, or InSAR, can detect subtle, millimeter-scale changes in ground elevation as areas gain or lose groundwater. Researchers have recently utilized the technology to quantify the effects of California’s drought. And in an unexpected twist, they also detected shifts due to policy

Embracing Water Audits

Embracing Water Audits

Water remains a scarce resource throughout the country. But it’s important, even for utilities that aren’t serving drought-stricken areas, to make sure that they are getting paid the right amount for the water they are delivering. It’s important, too, that they quickly identify and repair costly leaks throughout their systems.

More Dust, or More Drinking Water?

More Dust, or More Drinking Water?

The area around Salt Lake City, UT, is one of the fastest-growing places in the country. It currently has about two million people—almost two-thirds of the state’s population—and that number is expected to double in the next 30 years. It’s also running short of water. The state has a possible

Effecting Change

Effecting Change

Long before President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement, mayors across the country began pulling together to sign an important initiative: the Sierra Club’s Mayors for 100 Percent Clean Energy.

Water Conservation Can Have Unintended Consequences

Water Conservation Can Have Unintended Consequences

UC Riverside research shows residential conservation during drought can hinder wastewater reuse

Conventional wisdom dictates water conservation can only benefit communities affected by drought. But researchers at the University of California, Riverside have deduced that indoor residential conservation can have unintended consequences in places where systems of wastewater reuse have

Stormwater Goes to School

Not too long ago, there were only two colleges in the United States where one could learn about stormwater management, notes Brant Keller, public works director for Griffin, GA.

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