http://traffic.libsyn.com/freshwatertalk/tft_Ep8_Hawkins.mp3 Editor’s Note: In a departure from George’s usual blog format, we’ve embedded a podcast that George did with the Freshwater Trust. This following was taken from their blog: A summa cum laude graduate from Princeton. A cum laude graduate from Harvard Law. A senior leader with the Environmental Protection Agency. An advisor to
View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com. DC Water Press Release DC Water Flickr Gallery D.C. offers new plan to divert storm runoff before it floods Bloomingdale, LeDroit Park (Washington Post, 12/06/2012) Faster flood relief (Washington Post, 12/06/2012) City Plans to Use McMillan Site to Divert Bloomingdale Floodwater (Washington City Paper, 12/06/2012) D.C. Offers Plan to
View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com. Many thanks for your thoughts, prayers and concern over our response to Hurricane Sandy. The Washington DC region survived the storm pretty well, and fortunately we had many days to prepare in advance. I am horrified by the damage to our neighbors in New Jersey and New York. I salute the members of Team
Roseanne Skirble covers a change in thinking: wastewater treatment plant as resource recovery facility.
What if a bipartisan team of the nation’s top leaders chose a joyful and significant occasion to express their support for public water systems across the country? That’s what George Hawkins and DC Water asked the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies to do, after the committee’s head announced a plan to bring in expensive