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November 3, 2017

Water Sector Unites to Urge Congress to Act on Water Infrastructure

Despite the seeming dysfunction of DC politics these days, there is growing bipartisan support for fixing our nation’s failing water infrastructure. This week, the Earth & Water Law Group and McWane Inc., convened a Congressional roundtable to facilitate a discussion among the members of the Ad Hoc Water Infrastructure Group and members of Congress and […]
September 27, 2017

Congress Thoughtfully Considers Improvements to Nation's Water Infrastructure

This week, the House Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment held a hearing to discuss solutions to our nation’s aging water infrastructure, with a focus on wastewater and Clean Water Act provisions.   It was a productive and bipartisan hearing with deliberations on the need for more public and private investment, encouraging greater […]
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 […]
June 2, 2016

Congress Should Incentivize Clean Water – Reward the Innovators

Folks, it’s high time we stop talking and start doing.  Michael Curley, lawyer and author of ‘Finance Policy for Renewable Energy and a Sustainable Environment’, makes a compelling case for Congress to incentivize clean water.  Here is Mike’s proposition, reposted from the Huffington Post. Congress got a report from EPA last week that they can use to […]
January 30, 2016

AWWA and Earth & Water quoted in BNA Bloomberg, Citing EPA Response in Flint Michigan

EPA Too Slow in Flint Crisis Response, Lawyers Say BNA Snapshot EPA’s Role in Flint, Mich., Water Crisis Takeaway: The EPA should have acted more quickly and aggressively in responding to lead contamination in Flint’s drinking water, several environmental lawyers said. Next Step: Ongoing investigations should determine whether there are legal and practical reasons for the EPA’s […]