It can take up to 60 liters (or 15.8 gallons) of water to make just a kilogram (or 2.2 pounds) of processed milk.
The storage department at a city water utility in Texas recently got targeted for theft.
Drinking water contractor Severn Trent Environmental Services is facing a lawsuit from the city of Hugo, OK.
U.S. policymakers may be wise to look to Denmark for hints on how to structure nutrient policy and improve water quality.
A California lawmaker is trying to expand the state water supply with a bill that would change the way the water sector approaches storm and recycled water.
A big chunk of cash disappears down the drain each year due to corruption in the water sector.
The U.S. is pumping money into the water sector in Jordan, helping the nation build a desalination plant.
Wastewater grease traps, normally seen as sewer system protection, may actually cause more harm than good.
The city of Austin, TX, is entering the latest phase of an infrastructure project that will enable it to use more reclaimed water.
Toilets are not trash cans. That’s the message the Fargo, ND, wastewater system is trying to send to ratepayers.
Eating produce grown with recycled wastewater may have drawbacks, new research indicates.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced Wednesday that he filed charges against three state and local officials in connection to the lead contamination crisis in Flint.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made a pledge to end longstanding boil-water advisories plaguing the country’s aboriginal people.
Should every home purify its own wastewater? A startup from young Turkish entrepreneurs says yes.