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      Second Public Comment for ASCE/EWRI 44-XX Standard Practice for the Design, Operation, and Evaluation of Supercooled Fog Dispersal Projects Open: February 26, 2020 to April 12, 2020

      February 28, 2020

      RESTON, Va. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is holding a second public comment period on the update to ASCE/EWRI 44-XX Standard Practice for the Design, Operation, and Evaluation of Supercooled Fog Dispersal Projects . The second public comment period is taking place now to April 12, 2020 .

      ASCE/EWRI 44-XX Standard Practice for the Design, Operation, and Evaluation of Supercooled Fog Dispersal Projects was posted for public review and comment beginning on August 27, 2019 and closing on October 13, 2019.  A total of four persons reviewed the standard. 

      ASCE is conducting a second 45-day public comment period. The scope of the second public comment only includes substantive changes made since the first public comment. There is currently a version posted that highlights the changes to revised sections in ASCE/EWRI 44-XX on the ASCE Standards Balloting webpage.  

      The second public comment period will run from February 26, 2020 to April 12, 2020.  Accessing the Public Comment System will require using or creating an ASCE web user account. For additional questions, please contact James Neckel, ASCE's Codes and Standards Administrator, at jneckel@asce.org or (703) 295-6176.   

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