Category: Drinking Water & Wastewater
Data science is a rapidly growing field. A 2017 article by Amar Numanović describes how data science might be used in the public sector. This article recommends using data science for “transparent, accountable, and responsive government.” Denver and Boston have developed dashboards showing … Continued
In 2016, the North Carolina legislature commissioned a six-year nutrient management study for the purpose of reevaluating the nutrient management strategies for the Jordan Lake and Falls Lake watersheds. In year two of the Falls Lake study, researchers at the … Continued
The one-pager below was created to provide step-by-step instructions for those interested in the Arkansas Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard.
Water and wastewater rate setting is one of local government’s most important environmental and public health responsibilities. The EFC and the Hawai’i Department of Health Safe Drinking Water Branch conducted surveys of what water and wastewater utilities in the state … Continued
Reports North Carolina Stormwater Fees Report Pilot North Carolina Stormwater Needs Assessment Results of the 2021 North Carolina Local Government Stormwater Management Survey Dashboards 2021-2022 North Carolina Stormwater Fee Dashboard One-Page Guides and Other Resources Why Have a Stormwater Utility … Continued
Join us for a webinar on September 20th from 2:00 – 3:30 PM EST where we will demonstrate the 2021 Arkansas Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard and answer your questions.
This information is subject to change and was last updated on August 26th, 2021. Dashboard View the interactive Arkansas Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard. One-Page Guides and Other Resources Introducing the 2021 Arkansas Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard (Blog Post) … Continued
This page is a resource for utilities seeking to learn about and receive guidance regarding federal funding for coronavirus aid, including funds for bill payment assistance and infrastructure projects. It is not comprehensive and will be updated only occasionally, but many of the resources outside the EFC … Continued
Since March 2020, the U.S. Federal government has passed coronavirus relief and stimulus bills that funded various programs. Some of the programs can assist residents or businesses in paying their water or wastewater bills in certain circumstances. The federal coronavirus … Continued