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Cloud Seeding for Snowfall

Cloud Seeding for Snowfall

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The western US has received relatively little snowfall this winter. Because reduced snowpack levels mean less water for drinking, irrigating crops, and powering hydroelectric plants, for decades many states have invested in cloud seeding to boost water supplies. But only recently has a scientific study proven that the process actually  … Read More

They Saved Lives

They Saved Lives

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Last August, the National Hurricane Center unveiled changes to its warning system. For the first time, it began issuing watches and warnings specifically for storm surges ahead of a predicted hurricane. That was in addition to its usual practice of issuing warnings for high-winds, which do not necessarily correspond to  … Read More

Record-Breaking Water Recycling

Record-Breaking Water Recycling

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Guinness World Records exist for a number of outrageous feats. There’s the largest gathering of Elvis impersonators, the farthest tightrope walk in high heels, and the biggest gum bubble ever blown. But this week, there may be a new record set for a highly practical accomplishment: the most wastewater recycled  … Read More

How Not to End Up Like Cape Town

How Not to End Up Like Cape Town

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As you might have heard, Cape Town, South Africa, is about to run out of water. Officials have predicted that “Day Zero,” when the water reserves drop so low that they’ll have to shut off the supply to the taps, will occur within the next few months. Despite severe restrictions  … Read More

Water Efficiency—Reader Favorites

Water Efficiency—Reader Favorites

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Listed below are the top Editor Blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Water Efficiency magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, e-mail click-through, and most commented articles.  … Read More

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

Stormwater – Reader Favorites

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Listed below are the top Editor blogs, Reader Favorite articles, and Stormwater magazine articles for you to enjoy. This list is curated based on reader views, search traffic, email click-through, and most commented articles.

Bookmark this page so you will always have quick access to Forester Media’s top Stormwater content.  … Read More

The Water Research Foundation Wins Award from Department of Defense to Study PFAS

The Water Research Foundation Wins Award from Department of Defense to Study PFAS

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The project will develop a framework for assessing poly- and perfluoroalkyl substance treatment techniques

The Water Research Foundation has been awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to perform research on poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Administered through the DoD’s Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP), the project is  … Read More

Arkansas City Dedicates New 5.4 MGD Water Treatment Facility

Arkansas City Dedicates New 5.4 MGD Water Treatment Facility

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New Plant Assures Clean, Affordable Water for Decades to Come

A new 5.4 million-gallon-per-day (MGD) Water Treatment Facility for Arkansas City, Kansas, is ready for service. Formal dedication ceremonies are scheduled for Feb. 22.

With capacity to easily expand to 6.3 MGD, the new plant provides a stable and secure source of  … Read More

Acoustic Leak Detection

Acoustic Leak Detection

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Leaks are money, states Eric Stacey, product manager for advanced leak detection solutions at Echologics. Money not just down the drain, but right out the drain! Lost water involves costs for treatment and conveyance that never result in revenue, and further expense is incurred in leak detection and pipeline repair.  … Read More

Underground Storage and Detention Systems

Underground Storage and Detention Systems

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Whether a site is undeveloped, densely developed, or somewhere in between, it can face challenges in detaining stormwater runoff. When aboveground space is at a premium, underground stormwater detention systems are an efficient way to store, detain, or infiltrate stormwater runoff while the ground above is used for parking, parks,  … Read More

Water Planet Spins Out PolyCera Membranes as Separate Wholly-Owned Subsidiary

Water Planet Spins Out PolyCera Membranes as Separate Wholly-Owned Subsidiary

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PolyCera Membranes Receives Direct Capital Investment, Remains a Water Planet Company

Water Planet, which has developed and sells the world’s first smart membrane products, announces that it has spun out its highly successful PolyCera® membranes product line into a separate subsidiary operating company, PolyCera Membranes (polyceramembranes.com).

In the planning stages for  … Read More

Stormwater Infiltration in Clay Soils

Stormwater Infiltration in Clay Soils

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Stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces is causing devastating effects on the landscape of our developing watersheds. We are disrupting the natural hydrological cycle that supports our potable water supplies and natural fauna. Intentional stormwater infiltration can restore that cycle. However, the lack of awareness and the perceived lack of data  … Read More


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Filtrexx
35481 Grafton Eastern Rd
Grafton
OH
44044
Plastic Solutions Inc
Plastic Solutions Inc.
PO Box 4386
Winchester
VA
22604
Aclara
945 Hornet Drive
Hazelwood
MO
63042
AdEdge
AdEdge Technologies
5152 Belle Wood Court
Suites A & B
Buford
GA
30518
Cultec, Inc.
878 Federal Rd
P.O. Box 280
Brookfield
Connecticut
06804
Badger Meter
Badger Meter
4545 W. Brown Deer Road
Milwaukee
WI
53224
IN SITU Inc
IN-SITU, Inc.
221 E Lincoln Ave.
Ft. Collins
CO
80524
ModularWetlands
Modular Wetlands
2972 San Luis Rey Road
Oceanside
CA
Neptune Technology Group Inc
1600 Alabama Highway 229
Tallassee
AL
36078
Oldcastle Stormwater Solutions KriStar
7921 Southpark Plaza, Suite 200
Littleton
CO
80120
Prinsco
Prinsco
1717 16th Street NE
Willmar
MN
56201

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