Niagara Falls wastewater discharge might violate Clean Water Act

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. -- Congressman Brian Higgins believes the inky wastewater discharge near Niagara Falls could be a violation of the Clean Water Act. Higgins discussed the issue during a visit to Tonawanda Friday. The Niagara Falls Water Continue Reading

Restoring U.S. Forests Can Help Solve Our Water Infrastructure Crisis

While Washington waits for the details of the Trump administration’s promised trillion-dollar plan to fix American infrastructure, there’s a critical need to focus on the infrastructure that carries our water. One step we can take now to shore up our Continue Reading

Water Research Foundation Launches Project on resilient Water Infrastructure

DENVER, JULY 13, 2017 -- The Water Research Foundation has launched a new project to improve the resiliency of water utilities, specifically around infrastructure needs. The project, Resilient Water Infrastructure: Improving Understanding and Continue Reading

How Water Stocks Could Benefit From a $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

Regardless of how you feel about the state of politics in the United States, there is unity across the political spectrum on one key issue: infrastructure investment. No detailed plan has emerged yet, but the figures being thrown around usually call Continue Reading

Chicago tackles reline of sewer beneath busy train station

Wilson Station, which was built in 1923, underwent extensive renovations to provide – among other benefits – disability access and a better passenger experience. The Chicago Transit Authority’s US$203 million Wilson Station Reconstruction Project Continue Reading