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For homeowners with erosion or flooding problems, a rain garden can be an ideal solution. Maris Lawyer of SynTerra walks you through the steps of creating one.
Creating a rain garden allows excess stormwater to filter back down to a groundwater reserve instead of causing erosion and flooding above ground. You can also have a beautiful backyard showpiece.
Environmental issues, including threats to our global water supply, are gaining a foothold in curricula and community outreach. The water cycle, finally, is becoming a continuous part of education.
Appalachia has large tracts of land previously used for mountaintop mining. Most of that land is unused, but SynTerra and others are exploring potential benefits of farming solar energy there.
SynTerra Corporation and ECSI, LLC, have become one science and engineering consulting firm operating as SynTerra. Company officials call the transaction a unification of client-focused firms.
A downtown Greenville parking lot takes center stage as the the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities, SynTerra, and others test an innovation that mixes concrete with wood-based cellulose nanoparticles.
Jerry Wylie was one of only two hydrogeologists presenting at the Engineers Without Borders National Conference, but his success story had rapt audience members lining up to learn more.
Adam Feigl, leader of the Graphics Management team at SynTerra, likes food and drink analogies. Read about the coffee cup analogy that he has used for years when friends and family members ask about his work.
Jerry Wylie will represent SynTerra and Clemson University when he presents at the Engineers Without Borders national conference in November.