Water Law Resource Articles

These Water Law articles will give you the news and information you need to stay up to date in the ever changing Water Law industry.

March 11, 2013 – 1,242 views
Water gathers everything in its path along its way to the lowest point, flowing into our creeks, rivers, streams and lakes. It's illegal to dump any solid or liquid waste into it. Keeping our water clean is the province of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and each local SWPPP (Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan)... Full Story 
February 18, 2013 – 1,153 views
Geoff Grisso
The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) has announced plans to develop an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) third-party accredited standard for the construction of vertical boreholes used in closed loop ground source heat pump systems... Full Story 
February 14, 2013 – 1,132 views
Geoff Grisso
This short article is an invitation to the ground source heat pump community to engage with brownfield practitioners involved in remediation of soil or groundwater to enhance the efficiency of both energy exchange and remediation. Brownfield sites have been affected by former uses of the site or surrounding land; are derelict or underused; are mainly in fully or partly developed urban areas; may have real or perceived contamination problems; and require intervention to bring them back to beneficial use... Full Story 
January 22, 2013 – 1,193 views
Kana Pipeline
Most people don't realize storm drain catch basins date back to early civilizations. Long ago, drainage systems were an integral part of keeping crops protected during rainy and drought seasons. They were also used to accumulate water for irrigation systems. Modern storm drain catch basins are... Full Story 
January 14, 2013 – 1,070 views
Lily Nicolas - India Water Review
For the entire world, as well as for India, water seems to be the talking point. Gallons of water are used every day, for domestic, commercial, agriculture. On the other hand plenty of rainwater seems to run off without being utilized properly. The demand for water never seems to cease, because of the increasing population and different other social based reasons. It has been estimated that by 2024, people will be using more than 40% of the present resources like it is being used in the present day scenario... Full Story 
December 17, 2012 – 1,164 views
Matthew Nicholson
There is a wide range of sewage treatment plants that are manufactured keeping high quality standards in mind. The advantages of such plants are that they consume low power, facilitate quick and easy installation, demand less maintenance, ensure insignificant sludge generation and have reduced operational noise. There are companies that specialize in providing exceptional service sin designing and installation of sewage treatment systems. These plants are efficient and are ideal for different stages of the treatment process. Companies concentrate on providing cost effective solutions in the sewage treatment industry for specific needs of a wide base of clients with varying demands. Sewage treatment is synonymous with the use of water tanks. Different types of water tanks are used for collection and storage of water. There are... Full Story 
December 14, 2012 – 1,144 views
Matthew Nicholson
Environment conservation is the need of humanity to secure a better future. Conserving waste water and excess rain water is the most significant step to keep the environment in control and ensure a steady supply of water during times of need. Different types of water tanks are available for the purpose of water storage. The tanks are used for personal and commercial purposes... Full Story 
November 19, 2012 – 1,163 views
Connie H. Deutsch
Wasn't it your understanding that rainwater is free? It certainly has always been my understanding that if rain falls on my personal property, I can do anything I want with it. Apparently, the state of Oregon disagrees with that concept given that they have just sentenced a man to 30 days in jail and fined him $1,500 for building three reservoirs on his own property... Full Story