Firefighters in a Colorado town faced a water infrastructure challenge during a kitchen fire this month that had fatal consequences.
Water utilities in the recently drought-ravaged state of Texas need to do a lot more to save water, according to a new report on conservation in the Lone Star State from the Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation, and Galveston Bay Foundation.
State regulators say that water bills in Flint, MI, are on track to double in the next five years.
London is growing, and so are its sewage and water problems.
In a major policy shift, California is ending its sweeping, historical water restrictions amid signs the drought is easing in what analysts are calling a positive development for water utilities.
The sewer system is not where the mail goes. But letters, bills, and checks wound up there this month when a postal worker in Washington, D.C., decided to throw a load of mail into the underbelly of the city’s infrastructure.
Donald Trump has had a lot to say about the Mexican border, but he has yet to speak at length on what is arguably one of the trickiest and most important border issues: water.
A celebrity water activist may be muddying the waters when it comes to spreading clear information about the safety of water in Flint, MI.
A new approach to treating coal ash pond water is making it possible to dump the treated supply back into the environment.
Researchers have a new tool for attacking the problem of heavy metal contamination: tiny robots.
The computer system for the Edwards Aquifer Authority holds a treasure trove of unused information. Now, business leaders and officials are trying to tap that through a so-called “big data code-a-thon.”
Las Vegas is trying to become the Silicon Valley of water and that’s in large part thanks to the Southern Nevada Water Authority, one of the most forward-thinking water utilities out west.
Tap water in an Ohio town appears to be killing appliances and leaving a filmy residue on dishes.
In Texas, state-funded homes for people with disabilities are serving up tap water steeped in lead.