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1. WEE Committee Winter Meeting, 2/24-2/25, to Feature USACE, IBM, EPA, Congressional Event. Register Now!

The winter meeting of the ACEC Water, Energy and Environment Committee (WEEC) will feature more than a dozen speakers from government and industry discussing key industry issues, including cybersecurity, PFAS, and flood resilience.

Tags: Water, Energy, Environmental
2. ACEC, Chamber Urge WRDA Reauthorization, Expansion of QBS to State Revolving Fund Projects

ACEC has joined with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other stakeholders in urging Congress to reauthorize the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) before it expires on September 30.

Tags: QBS, Water
3. ACEC WEE Committee to Address Cybersecurity, Nuclear Power, and Future of Electric Utility Infrastructure at Upcoming Summer Meeting

There's still time to attend the ACEC Water, Energy and Environment Committee's summer meeting in Denver, August 26-27.

Tags: Energy, Environmental, Water
4. Study Finds U.S. Water Infrastructure to be Inadequate for Increasingly Severe Weather

Current design standards for U.S. hydrologic infrastructure are not adequate for addressing the increased frequency and severity of extreme rainstorms, according to a report published last month in Geophysical Research Letters.

Tags: Wastewater, Water
5. Engineering Influence Podcast: ACEC's Government Affairs Update

In this episode of the Engineering Influence podcast ACEC's Senior Vice President for Advocacy and External Affairs Steve Hall and Senior Director for Transportation Matt Reiffer discuss the upcoming Senate Environment and Public Works Committee markup of the America's Transportation Infrastructure Act, as well as the current status of water related infrastructure bills in Congress. 

Tags: Podcast, Transportation Funding, Water
6. Urban Residential Water Rate Increases Continue Downward Trend

The average price of residential drinking water for a family of four using 50 gallons per person per day rose 3.6 percent last year, according to the latest annual survey of water prices in 30 major U.S. cities by Circle of Blue.

Tags: Water
7. Department of Transportation Launches Port Infrastructure Development Program

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) is accepting applications for $292.7 million in discretionary grant funding through the new Port Infrastructure Development Program.

Tags: Water
8. ACEC/Indiana Scores Two Big Wins in Latest Legislative Session

During the just completed legislative session, ACEC/Indiana won passage of laws expanding water infrastructure planning/funding and limiting professional liability.

Tags: Water, Risk Management
9. ACEC Supports New Direction in Federal Wetlands Policy

ACEC submitted written comments to the Department of the Army and the Environmental Protection Agency yesterday as part of its ongoing process to revise the definition of "waters of the United States."

Tags: Regulatory, Water
10. L.A.'s Aggressive Wastewater Recycling Plan Would Supply Up to One-Third of City's Water by 2035

Los Angeles has set a goal of recycling almost all of the city's treated wastewater into drinkable water by 2035.

Tags: Water, Wastewater

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