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Freese and Nichols engineer Leonard Ripley is one of just eight experts selected to participate in a national anaerobic treatment workshop.

The National Science Foundation funded workshop’s purpose is to advance understanding and promote implementation of anaerobic co-digestion at wastewater treatment plants. Co-digestion is the addition of high-strength...

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Owners or engineers who have a project that is near, approaching or crossing a levee often ask, “Do I need a 408 permit?”

What Is the Section 408 Permit?

The Section 408 permit is a requirement for altering a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) civil works project. We all generate questions...

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Owners or engineers who have a project that is near, approaching or crossing a levee often ask, “Do I need a 408 permit?”

What Is the Section 408 Permit?

The Section 408 permit is a requirement for altering a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) civil works project. We all generate questions...

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HEC-RAS version 5.0.3 includes several boundary condition types for 2D flow areas. Flow and stage hydrographs are typically used to input flows to the 2D area. The rating curve and normal depth boundary conditions are available where flow is leaving the 2D area. There is also a precipitation boundary condition, which can be used to apply time series of rainfall excesses to the 2D elements. This article focuses on the flow hydrograph boundary condition.

A flow hydrograph boundary condition is created by: (1) drawing a boundary condition line along the edge of the 2D area, (2)...

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Freese and Nichols has been named a Best Workplace for Millennials, according to the June issue of Fortune Magazine. 

The Great Place to Work Institute lists Freese and Nichols at No. 42 on a national list of 100. Our Great Place...

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The Division of Water Infrastructure in the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality is hosting a series of training sessions throughout the state on applying for fall funding for your water infrastructure project.  

The division encourages anyone applying for water infrastructure funding to attend one of the sessions. The sessions will offer...

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Kelly Dillard, North Texas Stormwater Group Manager, became secretary of the Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA) at the group's annual meeting in April.​​

Kelly's term as secretary lasts two years. 

Read her TFMA profile in the group's newsletter, The Lightning Rod, here....

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TCEQ’s Water Quality Advisory Work Group (WQAWG) held a Stakeholder meeting on Tuesday to discuss updates regarding the Phase II MS4 General Permit (TXR040000) and the Stormwater Construction General Permit (TXR150000).

Phase II MS4 General Permit Renewal

The current Texas Phase II MS4 General Permit expires Dec. 13, 2018. The renewal permit will incorporate two federal rules. The Federal Remand Rule (effective January 2017) specifies permits must be clear, specific and...

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