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2015 National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation Starts April 1

This is a guest post by Steve Creech.

Cities with the highest participation in the 2015 National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation not only discover ways they can reduce the strain on water systems, but they qualify to win over $100,000 in prizes as well. 447 more words


Line markings at Public Car Park at Xatt l-Għassara tal-Għeneb, Marsa

Line markings at Public Car Park at Xatt l-Għassara tal-Għeneb, Marsa

Postponed:  The markings will be painted on Tuesday 31st March  because of the bad weather. 38 more words

Brussels' parking fails, part II: Parking policies

People who do not have a car should show solidarity towards those who do have one.

This was the message of Els Ampe, Brussels’ councillor for mobility, at a meeting with locals concerned about building more parking in Marolles, Brussels. 411 more words


A quick introduction to Rubrik

I first encountered Rubrik at this year’s Partner Exchange (PEX) 2015 in San Francisco. They had some promotional flyers made up labeled “Backup Still Sucks”. I guess a lot of people can relate to that. 27 more words


Post Wastewater - Pre Potable

Concerning direct potable reuse, the connection between the two is pretty much a  straight shot from one treatment plant to the next. This means the distributing body (whether it be the city or county) will have to plan for new infrastructure spanning the distance between the plants. 423 more words

Water Resources

Building Resilient Cities in Canada

On March 13th and 14th 2015, students from the University of Toronto’s School of Public Policy and Governance joined the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan for the sixth annual… 828 more words

Public Policy

Works on the Bus Lane along Triq ix-Xatt, Gżira

Transport Malta notifies that works related to the works in conjunction with the Sliema-Gzira Bus priority lane will commence tomorrow, Wednesday and weather permitting, shall be completed by Saturday. 220 more words