Current Headlines

  1. NRDC: Obama Administration Restores Clean Water Protections For 117 Million Americans
    5/27/2015

    The Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers today unveiled a Clean Water rule that will restore pollution protections for tens of millions of acres of wetlands and thousands of streams all across the United States.

  2. Reasons We Need The Clean Water Rule
    5/27/2015

    By EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Jo-Ellen Darcy

  3. EPA: Clean Water Rule Protects Streams And Wetlands Critical To Public Health, Communities, And Economy
    5/27/2015

    In an historic step for the protection of clean water, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army finalized the Clean Water Rule today to clearly protect from pollution and degredation the streams and wetlands that form the foundation of the nation’s water resources.

  4. Wal-Mart Admonished For Selling Sacramento Municipal Water
    5/27/2015

    As California struggles through a historic drought, residents have taken to social media to complain about water-wasters.

  5. New Microbe Research Could Improve Produced Water Reuse Practice
    5/27/2015

    New research on how bacteria behave in produced water could affect the way fluid from shale gas operations is handled and reused.

  6. Wastewater Treatment Plant Construction 40 Percent Complete
    5/26/2015

    The City of Regina and EPCOR Water Prairies Inc. provided an update on the construction progress at the Wastewater Treatment Plant this morning.

  7. Economists See Water Crises As Greater Risk Than Weapons, War, Disease
    5/26/2015

    Economic experts say water crises would have the most harmful impact on global stability compared to any other type of threat, including wars, infectious diseases, and weapons of mass destruction.

  8. Water And Wastewater Utilities At High Risk Of Cyberattack
    5/26/2015

    Federal cybersecurity overseers at the Homeland Security Department say they received 159 reports last year involving "vulnerabilities in control systems components. 

  9. San Angelo Flirts With Potable Reuse
    5/26/2015

    San Angelo, TX, a city with hefty water challenges, may latch onto potable reuse as a solution to its drought troubles.

  10. EPA Training Grants Create Job Opportunities Across The Country
    5/26/2015

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced recently the selection of 19 communities in 17 states and territories for approximately $3.6M in Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training (EWDJT) grants. Each grantee will receive up to $192,300 to operate environmental training programs to clean up Brownfields sites in economically distressed communities.

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