Co-author Neil Sullivan is a Rates Specialist at the Environmental Finance Center. Since 2007, the Environmental Finance Center at UNC-Chapel Hill has been conducting water and wastewater rate surveys in Georgia.
On Friday, March 23, President Trump signed a $1.3 trillion FY 2018 spending bill that will fund the federal government through September 30. This budget funds several environmental infrastructure programs that help communities pay for crucial services such as water and wastewater. How did...
The White House’s Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America, which was released early this year, outlines the President’s proposed steps to encourage increased state, local, and private investment in infrastructure.
Could mandatory composting be implemented in a municipality, and if so, what could this mean for communities? To answer this, we can look to San Francisco, the first U.S. city to implement a large scale composting collection program.
Guest post by Brian Dabson Mobile homes are a vital but generally unloved part of North Carolina’s affordable housing stock. They come to public attention in times of extreme weather, particularly high winds and floods.