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Credit: Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

July 17, 2018

After recent mass transit news out of Chicago and San Francisco, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) agency has rolled out a new fleet of seven zero-emission electric buses.

May 14, 2018 | Arzu Tekir

The future is coming. Rapidly! I don’t know if the flying cars we used to see in
sci-fi movies years ago will become a part of our lives, but there are dazzling developments.

April 24, 2017

When a hard rain falls on a city, it can turn quickly into an ecological disaster. That's because in 775 mostly older cities where sanitary and storm water sewers are combined underground, the rushing stormwater often overwhelms treatment plants, forcing a stew of oil, brake dust, heavy metals,... read more

April 17, 2017

AT&T Alliance Channel announced the addition of a smart irrigation solution to its portfolio. The new product uses internet of things (IoT) controllers to track water flow and usage in near real time. AT&T worked with HydroPoint, a company specializing in smart water management systems,... read more

June 20, 2016

Soofa, a startup out of the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, announced a groundbreaking partnership with the NYC Parks Department and the NYC Mayor’s Office of Tech + Innovation last month to create... read more

WEFTEC dives into future of smart water
October 08, 2015

The Water Environment Federation’s signature event WEFTEC has found its home in Chicago’s McCormick Place once again for 2015. The event featured an enormous list of small companies exemplifying their cutting edge tech along with trademark water industry names like Veolia, Evoqua, SPX, and Hach... read more

July 17, 2015

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago operates the largest wastewater treatment plant in the world, the Stickney Water Reclamation Plant in Stickney, Illinois. (Photo by Brewbooks) When it comes to managing city sewage, Chicago is hoping to redefine the word waste.

CMU Researchers Receive Grant to Aid Federal Resilient Lands & Waters Initiative
April 30, 2015

Central Michigan University’s (CMU) Institute for Great Lakes Research (IGLR) is helping the U.S. Department of Interior, U.S.

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