Tag: coronavirus

Wendy Shabay
Chance Sparks

Make Online Engagement Work for Your Community

When communities went into coronavirus lockdowns and canceled public meetings starting in March 2020, some cities were determined not to […]

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Wendy Shabay

San Marcos Staff Give Small Business a Boost

When the restaurant K-Bop opened in downtown San Marcos this year just off the Texas State University campus, it had […]

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Dave Christiansen

Keep Eye On Water Quality As COVID-19 Impacts Usage

Although the next few months of summer typically see some of the highest demands of the year, usage may be […]

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Trey Shanks

AWWA Offers Guidance for Legal Issues, Communications During COVID-19 Crisis

As the landscape continues to change quickly for water and wastewater utilities and other public works agencies, it’s essential for […]

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Elizabeth Palasota

How COVID-19 is Affecting the Transportation Industry

Many agencies in the transportation industry are continuing to work during the coronavirus outbreak, while taking necessary precautions to protect […]

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Trey Shanks

EPA Releases Pandemic Checklist for Water Utilities

How prepared is your utility for a pandemic? As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, the Environmental Protection Agency has […]

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John McShain

How COVID-19 is Affecting the Construction Supply Chain

The impact of COVID-19 on the construction industry is evolving as the reach of government–mandated closures and stay-at-home orders continues to expand.   The coronavirus outbreak is expected to impact six areas related […]

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Thomas Haster

Maintaining Operations During the COVID-19 Crisis

Organizations serving the water, wastewater and public works sectors are sharing advice, resources and other information to make sure providers […]

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Krista Paredes

Wastewater Operators Plea: Only Flush Toilet Paper

Wastewater treatment plant owners and operators across the U.S. are spreading the word to their customers who are at home […]

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David Jackson

Wastewater Treatment and Infectious Disease Outbreaks 

There are numerous questions in the water and wastewater industry regarding the safety of our workforce who may potentially be […]

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Alan Greer

TX-APWA Shares Data on Public Agencies’ COVID-19 Response

The Texas Chapter of the American Public Works Association is asking public works officials and their teams to share how […]

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Trey Shanks

Water/Wastewater/Public Works Workers Deemed Critical in Virus Crisis

As guidance for elected officials and public works agencies, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has designated water, wastewater, drainage […]

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