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Modified sand treats stormwater, protects groundwater

A research team from the University of California–Berkeley (UCB) is exploring how alternative water sources, such as stormwater, could be repurposed to help keep aquifers brimming. Joseph Charbonnet, a UCB graduate student and the lead author of a study that recently appeared in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, claims that a new treatment medium […]

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2018 U.S. EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge now open for registration

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) annual Campus RainWorks Challenge is now accepting registrants until Sept. 30. This annual competition seeks to engage with the next generation of environmental professionals; foster a dialogue about effective stormwater management; and showcase the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure practices. To participate in this competition, teams […]

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