From the Editor

  1. California Mandates Present Financial Challenges To Water Utilities
    5/22/2015

    Water conservation mandates in California are likely to have a negative impact on water utilities.

  2. Fish With Tumor Concerns Water Regulators
    5/22/2015

    Pennsylvania regulators confirmed this month that a fish caught last year in the Susquehanna River had cancer, making it the first smallmouth bass on record to have this illness.

  3. Inadequate Water Supply Killed Ohio Firefighters
    5/22/2015

    An insufficient water supply contributed to the deaths of two Ohio firefighters, according to the federal government.

  4. WWEMA Window: Thoughts From The Bleachers
    5/21/2015

    As an Associate Member of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) and a recently appointed WWEMA Board Member liaison to the Manufacturers Representatives Committee, I am pleased to have an opportunity to provide some comments and observations.

  5. Wells Near Coal Ash Pits Fail To Meet North Carolina Standards
    5/21/2015

    Authorities are struggling to figure out who is at fault for large-scale contamination of North Carolina well water.

  6. Which State Has The Worst Water Policies In The U.S.?
    5/21/2015

    Water policy is a mess in many regions of the country, but a few states stand out as the worst offenders.

  7. Courts Protect California's Biggest Water Wasters
    5/21/2015

    Even as California regulators introduce new conservation mandates, the state’s biggest water-wasting culprits remain unknown to the public.

  8. Flint Councilman Compares Water Problems To Genocide
    5/20/2015

    The debate over water contamination in Flint, MI, has gotten so heated that one lawmaker has compared the problems to "genocide."

  9. Is Fracking Wastewater More Radioactive Than Scientists Thought?
    5/20/2015

    Fracking wastewater may be more radioactive than researchers previously believed. A new study shows that "commonly used testing methods may underestimate the total radioactivity of wastewater produced by gas wells that use hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, to tap the Marcellus Shale," according to Science, a publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

  10. Oil Pipeline Owes New Mexico Millions For Dumping Natural-Gas Wastewater
    5/20/2015

    An oil-pipeline owner is facing millions of dollars in fines issued by New Mexico regulators after flouting regulations governing the disposal of natural-gas pipeline wastewater.

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