Phosphorus and nitrogen levels in most New Jersey waterways have either dropped or held steady since the 1970s, according to a new federal study.
Alabama is responding to concerns about lead in drinking water at schools by testing every public school for contamination.
Recycled wastewater has a persuasive marketing ally in San Diego: beer brewers.
Describing the rationale for diving deeper into the industrial water market, the chief executive of water giant Suez Environment is stressing water scarcity as a pressing global problem.
Rural water utility funding took a major hit in a budget proposal from President Trump.
Sewage is more than just waste, and the United Nations wants you to know that.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder unveiled a plan last week to impose water-quality regulations more stringent than federal mandates.
A new report shines a light on lead-contamination of drinking water in schools, highlighting how poor policymaking at the state and federal level poses a threat to children in various states.
A new report by an environmental group highlights the dire nature of the water infrastructure crisis.
Language in discharge permits is landing some companies in court in a trend some attorneys describe as rising uncertainty around Clean Water Act compliance.
Florida lawmakers are in the midst of a heated debate on how much they should spend to keep toxic algae out of waterways.
Federal officials are urging water utilities to pay more attention to the rising threat of cyberattacks.
Utility officials on Long Island are working to expand their treatment capabilities to ward off the threat of dioxane contamination.
Does California need another seawater desalination plant?