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Update on Nutrient Reg Changes Coming in October

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A Rulemaking Hearing by the Water Quality Control Commission on the “Nutrients Management Control Regulation”, Regulation #85 and Section 31.17 of “The Basic Standards and Methodologies for Surface Water”, is scheduled on October 10, 2017. In 2012, these regulations established nutrient regulatory provisions for Colorado. Regulation #85 established total phosphorus and total inorganic nitrogen technology-based […]

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President’s Corner – Gregg Ten Eyck

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POTUS on WOTUS, or Change is Constant President Trump issued an Executive Order on February 28 that states, in part: “It is in the national interest to ensure that the Nation’s navigable waters are kept free from pollution, while at the same time promoting economic growth, minimizing regulatory uncertainty, and showing due regard for the […]

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CFWE Rainbarrel Building Workshop 3/24

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Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is a proud supporter of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education (CFWE), who is hosting a fun event on March 24th – a rain barrel building workshop.  We hope you will join CFWE at Blue Moon Brewing Co. and build a rain barrel for yourself or someone you know!

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Horizontal Wells for Shallow Alluvial Groundwater Development

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  Shallow alluvial groundwater wells are commonly used to extract surface water because they offer benefits such as water quality improvements, more consistent water quality, and decreased permitting requirements (compared to surface water diversions).  The water quality improvements of alluvial wells are commonly known as Riverbank Filtration (RBF). Shallow RBF wells face technical operations and […]

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Environmental Management

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Update on Nutrient Reg Changes Coming in October

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A Rulemaking Hearing by the Water Quality Control Commission on the “Nutrients Management Control Regulation”, Regulation #85 and Section 31.17 of “The Basic Standards and Methodologies for Surface Water”, is scheduled on October 10, 2017. In 2012, these regulations established nutrient regulatory provisions for Colorado. Regulation #85 established total phosphorus and total inorganic nitrogen technology-based […]

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President’s Corner – Gregg Ten Eyck

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POTUS on WOTUS, or Change is Constant President Trump issued an Executive Order on February 28 that states, in part: “It is in the national interest to ensure that the Nation’s navigable waters are kept free from pollution, while at the same time promoting economic growth, minimizing regulatory uncertainty, and showing due regard for the […]

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CFWE Rainbarrel Building Workshop 3/24

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Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is a proud supporter of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education (CFWE), who is hosting a fun event on March 24th – a rain barrel building workshop.  We hope you will join CFWE at Blue Moon Brewing Co. and build a rain barrel for yourself or someone you know!

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Slideshare – An Open Web Approach to Data Visualization

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LRE’s own Kelly Close presented this narrative at the NALMS conference in Banff last November.  The presentation offers a thorough explanation of this approach as well as the how and why of its success with data visualization in the water resources industry.

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People and Culture

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CFWE Rainbarrel Building Workshop 3/24

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Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc. is a proud supporter of the Colorado Foundation for Water Education (CFWE), who is hosting a fun event on March 24th – a rain barrel building workshop.  We hope you will join CFWE at Blue Moon Brewing Co. and build a rain barrel for yourself or someone you know!

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President’s Corner – Gregg Ten Eyck

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I was responding to a survey about business conditions today and one of the questions was: “Do you believe employees are your most valuable asset?” Of course, I answered “Yes.” In any service industry, the people who provide service are key to a firm’s longevity and success. However, I wonder if the majority of firms […]

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LRE at Trout Unlimited’s 2016 River Stewardship Gala

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Twenty five years after the EPA vetoed the Army Corps of Engineers approval of Denver Water’s Two Forks Dam, Colorado Trout Unlimited honored Denver Water at their 2016 River Stewardship Gala. Colorado Trout Unlimited (CTU) recognized Denver Water for advances in water conservation and watershed stewardship as well as national leadership in advancing water efficiency. […]

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Recently, LRE’s Technology Leader Kelly Close gave a great presentation at the NALMS Conference in Banff.  The presentation is entitled An Open Web Approach to Data Visualization and features methods to interpret data to a broad audience in an easily understandable way.  LRE applies these concepts to our water clients to help them effectively manage their […]

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