Water utility officials in Connecticut are on high alert for cyanotoxins as they contend with the effects of a serious drought.
The divisive water rule proposed by federal agencies under the Obama administration is making a splash in the presidential campaign.
An influential U.S. senator is calling on Congress to block a rule proposed by federal agencies that he frames as posing a threat to water utilities.
A student from a Detroit suburb drew attention to potential water contamination at her high school this month. Instead of commending her blowing the whistle, administrators promptly suspended her.
Researchers claim they have developed a device that can help utilities test water quality in situ at a lower cost than devices currently in use.
Michigan made a rule change that will prevent Flint from suing the state over the lead-contamination crisis that has drawn criticism for officials at every level of government.
A Tallahassee water employee was hospitalized this month after being injured on the job.
In a strange case at an Indiana utility this month, 166 treatment containers disappeared, and two people lost their jobs in the aftermath.
The wastewater industry may be an asset in helping law enforcement officials track down drug dealers.
It is intuitive to think that regulating harmful contaminants has a positive impact on water quality.
Clean water activists in Florida hit a snag this month in their legal effort to prevent the state from raising its limits on certain toxic chemical in drinking water.
Officials in a populous coastal state are cracking down on water wasters and passing emergency measures to bolster their dwindling water supplies — and it’s not the state you might think.
California regulators took a step closer to allowing direct potable reuse (DPR) this month, releasing a study about the feasibility of using this treatment practice in the drought-plagued state.
Scientists working for the New Jersey government have released new recommendations on a controversial contaminant, suggesting a safety level that is lower than federal standards.