A massive infrastructure project planned in Minneapolis may solve decades-long water delivery problems posed by the Mississippi River once and for all.
A wastewater treatment plant serving Seattle and other communities in King County, Washington, is moving sustainable reuse practices forward with a product that it calls “Loop.”
The City of Ann Arbor, MI, is struggling against a litany of major drinking water issues and the battle has reached residents’ pockets.
Colorado has its fair share of water security issues, with population growth and climate change affecting its primary source.
As the American Midwest works to recover from catastrophic flooding that has plagued the area since mid-March, some communities are just setting out on the long road to recovery.
The City of Pittsburgh has struggled to contain lead levels in its drinking water for years. Now, the introduction of a treatment chemical is giving officials hope that the issue will soon be resolved.
Some of the American West’s most critical sources for drinking water have received new government protection.
With nearly one in five New Jersey residents receiving tap water contaminated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), the local governor has ordered industrial polluters to help find a solution.
Communities around the country had been unknowingly ingesting per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) for years as the compounds leaked into drinking water sources and evaded treatment.
In a potential indictment of the bottled water industry and the lofty promises it makes about its product, a recent lawsuit is accusing Poland Spring of lying to consumers.