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EPA Announces $263M Loan for Boise Water Infrastructure

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $263 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the city of Boise, Idaho, to support its Water Renewal Services Capital Investments Project....


Latest 'Waters of the United States' Proposal Threatens to Undermine Progress Goals of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Dec. 30 rule expanding Clean Water Act (CWA) jurisdiction over roadside ditches will slow delivery of transportation projects and threatens to nullify the benefits of the 2021 federal infrastructure law, according to the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA)....


NAPA Partners With ENERGY STAR, Launches Asphalt Plant Energy Performance Peer Exchange Program

The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) has joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR program as a partner. Through this voluntary partnership with ENERGY STAR, NAPA will encourage its members to reduce energy consumption and costs at asphalt mixture production facilities by employing proven energy-saving technologies and practices....


Heavy Equipment Underground Waste Disposal Systems: Achieving EPA Compliance with Automated Wastewater Treatment

Heavy equipment dealers, rental companies and service centers with underground waste disposal systems — floor drains or sinks in service bays that connect to a septic system or dry well (i.e.- catch basins) — are regulated by the EPA....


Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District Celebrates Its First Decade With New Deal

Traditional anniversaries commemorate 10 years with metal. Modern conventions honor it with diamonds. The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) Board is marking this particular 10-year anniversary with concrete, greenery and now, pen to paper....


Flint, Michigan Makes Progress Toward Ending Water Crisis

Flint has taken important steps toward resolving the lead contamination crisis that made the impoverished Michigan city a symbol of the drinking water problems that plague many United States' communities, officials said Dec....


Maryland to Upgrade Protections for Baltimore's Drinking Water

The Maryland Board of Public Works (BPW) on Dec. 9 approved funding of more than $100 million toward major projects to protect the supply of drinking water for customers in the Baltimore region. In addition, the new monies will be used to improve wastewater infrastructure in Baltimore City and Baltimore County to prevent sewage overflows and backups into homes and businesses....


EPA Loans $265M for Water Infrastructure to Georgia County

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and EPA Southeast Regional Administrator Mary Walker have announced a $265 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to DeKalb County, Ga., for upgrades to its aging wastewater collection and treatment system....


Keeping Up-to-Date on Heavy-Duty Clean Air Regs

Got heavy-duty trucks? Federal and state environmental agencies have your assets on their radars. Critical policy programs such as the Cleaner Trucks Initiative, and California's Heavy-Duty Low NOx Omnibus rule and the Advanced Clean Trucks Initiative are affecting the trucking side of the heavy construction industry despite the COVID-19 pandemic....


Volvo Gets $2M to Test Electric Equipment

Volvo Construction Equipment was awarded a $2 million grant for a commercial pilot of the company's electric, zero emission excavator and electric wheel loader in California. The grant, administered by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD), is funded by the U.S....


Today's Top Stories

  1. Demolition Begins On D.C. Pavilion to Make Way for Bezos Learning Center  →
  2. TxDOT Promotes Several Employees to New Positions  →
  3. Case Launches Minotaur DL550 Compact Dozer Loader  →
  4. John Deere Introduces New P-Tier Articulated Dump Trucks  →
  5. South Carolina Approves $144M to Fund New Access Road to Charleston Airport  →
  6. As Part of $1.3B Upgrade, Georgia Power to Bury Electric Lines in Buckhead  →
  7. Ulliman Schutte Works to Improve Water Reclamation Facility in Ohio  →
  8. Twenty Tips From Veteran ConExpo-Con/AGG Attendees  →
  9. Micron to Build Mammoth $31B Semiconductor Chip Plant Near Syracuse, N.Y.  →
  10. President Biden Visits Old Baltimore Rail Tunnel Needing Billions of Dollars in Upgrades  →
  11. Pioneering N.Y. Firm Turns Food Waste Into Quality Compost  →
  12. Volvo CE Partners With NAPA on The Road Forward  →
  13. Boom Supersonic Breaks Ground On Overture Aircraft Plant at Greensboro, N.C., Airport  →
  14. Honda to Invest in EV Production, New Battery Plant  →
  15. National Equipment Dealers Acquires Carolina Equipment Rental, Sales & Service in Western North Carolina  →
  16. When Treating Wintry Roads, Which Material Is Better: Salt or Sand?  →
  17. Komatsu Technology Featured at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2023 Designed to Help Owners Improve Efficiency, Productivity  →
  18. No Quick-Fix for 'Fix-It-First' Policy  →
  19. ODOT to Begin Akron Bridge Replacement Project This Fall  →
  20. Crews Tackle Slew of Span Projects in Lower Westchester, N.Y.  →




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