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Note: This is the fifth part in a series about the AWIA of 2018. Read the first parts: part one here , part two here , part three here and part four...

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In workplaces across the country, employees are increasingly feeling the burn of burnout. Learning to counter it is another useful workplace skill.

A Gallup Poll last year of 7,500 full-time employees, found that 23% of reported feeling burned out at work very often, while 44% reported feeling burned out sometimes.

Feeling burned out can also affect life outside the office. Gallup also reported that employees who reported feeling burned out...

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Note: This is the fourth part in a series about the AWIA of 2018. Read the first here , second here and third here.

On Aug. 1, the U.S. EPA released additional information related to the American Water Infrastructure Act of 2018...

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Summer is in full swing. The smell of sunscreen, chlorine and BBQ are here. One smell that is closing in is the smell of deadlines for higher education school applications. That’s right, the smell for returning to school is just as strong with more impact and weight than a family order of ribs.

But is returning to school right for you? With different programs, applications and life, it can be tough to even...

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Anywhere in the United States decision-makers can get an accurate picture of how much rain fell and where thanks to a new tool.

Using Freese and Nichols Research and Development funding, our team developed the Rainfall Wrangler, which automatically analyzes gauge-adjusted radar rainfall over a specific area and timeframe and creates summary spreadsheets and maps.

Stormwater Engineer Garrett Johnston, PE, CFM, GISP , and GIS Analyst Dan Lindner ...

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Note: This is the third part in a series about the AWIA of 2018. Read the first and second parts here and here .

The clock is ticking for U.S. water systems to comply with the American Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 requirements for Risk and Resilience Assessments and Emergency Response Planning.

Compliance deadlines begin in March 2020 for water utilities to...

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Note: We've updated the post with more information from TWDB.

Don’t miss your opportunity to help shape the first Texas State Flood Plan!

The Texas Water Development Board wants your feedback to ensure communities’ flood needs will be met.

TWDB is hosting 14 flood outreach meetings across the state and a webinar during August to get input on the new state and regional flood planning process and the new...

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In today’s busy, fast-paced world, the curb is one of the most in-demand spaces. With new players in the game – electric scooters and car-share services – planners and cities must rethink their approach to curbside planning and management, especially for big cities and high-density urban areas.

Who are the Major Players?

There’s a long list of people who are competing for their piece of curbside realty from your typical designated...

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