Water officials usually do everything they can to prevent toxic chemicals from entering their drinking water sources.
An influential leader in the water utility space is stepping down.
Officials in several Midwestern cities are in a standoff over charges for sending sewage to a treatment plant in Sioux City, IA.
After Harvey dumped more than 9 trillion gallons of water onto Houston in two days, it is an understatement to say the city has faced stormwater challenges this year. But even when a historic storm is not ravaging the city, Houston faces stormwater challenges.
Water utility officials in Ohio now have the chance to receive faster water samples results thanks to a new program at the University of Toledo (UT).
San Diego is cracking down on construction sites that pollute waterways.
Already widespread, nitrogen contamination of environmental waters is on the rise, according to a major study published this summer in the journal Science.
Members of Congress are pushing President Trump to speed up the military’s investigation into perfluorinated-compound (PFC) contamination of drinking water.
Treatment processes at a wastewater plant in California hit a snag recently when the facility was inundated with salt.
Rhode Island is checking small water systems for perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) as part of a policy that could become a model for other states.
A lack of access to drinking water and wastewater infrastructure has some immigrant Latinos in poor neighborhoods along the border building their own wells.
Water utility officials in the region struck by Harvey are using an array of safety protocols and strategies to respond to the storm and secure tap water service for residents.
Methods to assess chemicals in oilfield wastewater may not be sufficient, researchers say.
The U.S. Secret Service is investigating how a hacker managed to steal customer information from a water utility in Margate, FL.