CWA

May 17, 2017

Business Roundtable Calls Nation's Water Infrastructure Needs Urgent

The Business Roundtable releases a new report this week titled “Back in Business: A Blueprint for Renewing America’s Infrastructure.”  Here is what the report has to say about rebuilding our nation’s water infrastructure: DRINKING AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE Well-maintained drinking and wastewater infrastructure systems are necessary for creating healthy and economically vibrant communities. They provide families […]
September 6, 2016

The Compliance Dilemma of Failing Public Water Systems

Encouraging Greater Compliance Requires a Change in the Status Quo Reprinted from Journal AWWA, September 2016, Law & Water Opinion Author:  Brent Fewell In the March 2016 issue of Journal AWWA, I wrote “The Failure of Cooperative Federalism in Flint, Michigan,” a Law & Water column that reflected on the important role of the US […]
March 3, 2016

Money Alone Will Not Solve Our Nation's Water Problems

Fewell’s Focus: Making the Right Decision Reprinted from Water & Wastes Digest By Brent Fewell Wed, 2016-03-02 09:54 Money alone will not solve our nation’s water problems As is true for many, I have been following closely the tragic public health crisis that has unfolded in Flint, Mich., and devastated so many families. The fallout […]
February 19, 2016

NRDC Issues New Report Supporting Water Quality Trading to Reduce Stormwater Pollution

The NRDC issued this past week a new report titled “How to: Stormwater Trading Credit Programs.”  The report begins: When rain runs off impervious surfaces such as sidewalks, streets, and roofs, it collects a wide range of toxic pollutants, which are then dumped, usually untreated, into local waterways. With older “combined” sewer systems, the problem […]