Wastewater utilities are suspicious of a federal plan to collect more information about their nutrient practices.
At a time when utilities are struggling with cost pressures and crumbling infrastructure, cities across the country are struggling with questions around their leak policies and if residents should get a break on their bills when they spring a leak.
California may construct the largest reservoir it has built since the 1970s in a town outside Sacramento.
Flint, MI, has a bad track record for changing water sources. When the city switched sources two years ago in an attempt to cut costs, it underwent a major water-contamination crisis.
The utility in Madison, WI, is trying a new tactic to encourage conservation among ratepayers: a massive giveaway.
Water quality advocates raised the stakes in Iowa’s protracted runoff fight recently by making a strong push for new regulations on agriculture after watching policymakers lean on voluntary standards for years.
New technology may make it possible for sewage sludge to fuel airplanes, a development that’s part of a growing fleet of innovations impacting where waste plant managers send the sludge that is a byproduct of their daily operations.
The United Kingdom’s vote to exit the European Union may have a degrading effect on water and wastewater regulations in the country, according to experts who testified before a parliamentary committee in November.
When 8,000 gallons of sewage spewed into a Texas home, health risks and a giant mess were just the beginning of the owners’ problems.
State officials want more sway over which public water utility projects the U.S. EPA approves for water infrastructure funding.
A prison in Pittsburgh, PA, is struggling with Legionella bacteria, which is often transmitted through water fountains and showers.
The future of the Obama administration’s top achievement for source water policy is not looking hopeful.
A waste product from coal-fired power plants may be useful in fighting water pollution.
Indiana is facing deep water and wastewater infrastructure challenges.