Are drought-plagued states missing the opportunity to store rain when it comes their way?
Water industry experts already know that infrastructure is crumbling in cities and towns across the country, and that investment is sorely needed.
Water managers imposed a state of emergency this month in a Georgia county fighting low water levels.
Public water utilities are calling on the Obama administration to alter federal policies so water-conservation rebates are not taxed.
A water utility in east Texas is facing a lawsuit because one of its employees was in a wreck with a school bus last year.
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is turning to a natural solution to manage its stormwater challenges, carving out space between sidewalks and curbs to create tiny marshlands within its urban landscaping.
A new California law encourages water utilities to collect emissions data as part of an effort to bring more transparency to the enormous amount of power gobbled up by water systems, which use 20 percent of the state’s electricity and 30 percent of its natural gas.
Quick thinking by a wastewater treatment worker averted disaster in an Illinois city last week.
A U.S. EPA staffer will not be prosecuted for a wastewater spill that contaminated water in three states.
If necessity is the mother of invention, it makes sense that winery wastewater, and the challenge of treating it, continually produces innovation in the wastewater industry.
A judge in South Carolina sided with a water utility in a lawsuit that was partially resolved this month.
As cash-strapped utilities look for ways to save money, some savvy water executives are hoping to streamline the inefficiencies in their energy bills as a way to rein in costs.
A common water-industry practice has utilities flushing thousands of gallons of treated water down the drain. But some experts say new technology can make the process more efficient.
When Hurricane Matthew blew through the Southeast — prompting evacuations and leaving wreckage in its path — it also created deep challenges for water utilities.