Driven by water loss problems, a Dallas suburb is diving into smart-meter technology for the first time.
A small town in Colorado warned residents not to drink or bathe with tap water last week because authorities suspected THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana, might be contaminating the water supply.
A small Utah town has a sewer problem that looks like it came from a Hollywood set.
Benzene is at the center of policy dispute in Florida, where officials are considering a revamp of water-quality rules for the first time in decades.
Two California cities are at odds over who gets to control a big bunch of sewage.
An emerging technology may significantly cut nitrogen released into groundwater by residential septic systems, helping protect waterways from algal blooms as water managers across the country struggle against toxic algae crises.
The Republican presidential nominee has a track record on sewage issues, although it is almost never discussed in the campaign.
The water business faces systemic pressures that have created an “unforgiving new landscape” for utility managers, according to Max Gomberg, the water conservation and climate change manager at the California Water Resources Control Board, in an analysis piece published by News Deeply.
A deadline is bearing down on Portland, OR, as the city attempts to get its lead levels in drinking water under control.
Flint's new utilities director is facing public scrutiny about her record with previous employers.
Federal authorities have opened a probe into a death at a wastewater facility in New Mexico.
Ohio authorities filed charges against a water operator last week, alleging that he failed to alert residents about lead levels in the village of Sebring, where tainted tap water has triggered elevated lead levels in children.
New York City is in the midst of a battle over tap water rates, and the stakes are high: financial assistance for ratepayers may die in the crossfire.
Water utilities across the country have a close eye on West Virginia as the state attempts to bolster safety at water plants after a major chemical crisis two years ago.