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WYDOT Uses CV Technology to Put the Brakes on Dangerous GPS Detours
Learn how WYDOT is resolving problematic GPS re-routes with CV technology to help keep drivers safe.
Zorica Cvijovic, PhD
Person performing vapor intrusion work
California Releases Long-Awaited Vapor Intrusion Guidance
California released its Final Draft Supplemental Guidance: Screening and Evaluating Vapor Intrusion. Learn more about key changes.
Matt Jones, PG
Reverse osmosis water treatment system
Proposed PFAS MCLs/MCLGs Are Here: What to Know Now
EPA released draft MCLs & MCLGs for six types of PFAS, including PFOA & PFOS. Learn more about the proposed limits.
Andrew Pawlisz, DABT
National Water Funding
Water Infrastructure Projects Get $2.4 Billion in New Nationwide Funding
More than $2.4 billion in new Clean Water State Revolving Fund funding is available to support water system improvements. Learn more about the funding and see 5 grant application tips.
Tammy Reed, PE
Firefighters use AFFF containing PFAS
Firefighting Foam & PFAS: AFFF Replacement
While AFFF products containing PFAS are reliable for firefighting, growing concerns over PFAS in the environment have forced a fresh look into the risk-reward calculation related to AFFF use. Learn more about AFFF and potential alternatives such as fluorine-free foams.
Mitch Olson, PhD, PE
Municipal water tower atop green grass
PFAS in Drinking Water: $2B in Project Funding On-Tap
EPA has released $2 billion in funding for U.S. states, territories, and tribes to address emerging contaminants—with an emphasis on PFAS—in public water systems.
Mitch Olson, PhD, PE
An abandoned industrial warehouse floor
Details on Using the New ASTM Standard
EPA has taken final action to amend the All Appropriate Inquiries Rule, 40 CFR part 312, to recognize the updated ASTM International standard for conducting Phase I environmental site assessments, ASTM E1527-21, “Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process.”
Kelly Birkenhauer, PG, CP
Rajib Sinha, PE
3 tiers of blue chemical drums sit on palettes in a warehouse
2023 TSCA Watchlist: EPA Determines Trichloroethylene Represents Unreasonable Risk
EPA announced the final regulatory determination declaring TCE as having an unreasonable risk of injury to human health for 52 out of 54 conditions of use. Learn more about the scientific basis of the update as well as key changes.
Andrew Pawlisz, DABT
Aerial view of a wetland with water and trees
New WOTUS Definition to Have Ripple Effect on Projects
The new rule, "Revised Definition of ‘Waters of the United States,’" expands the scope of federal jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act and is largely founded on the pre-2015 interpretation of WOTUS.
Margaret Caligaris
3d model of a reservoir
5 Project Benefits of Integrating GIS and CADD
We explore the synergies created by integrating CADD and GIS data and discuss 5 project advantages.
Brian Robeson
Andrea Loveland

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