Nitrogen pollution flowing into the Gulf of Mexico by way of Iowa has grown by nearly 50 percent over the last two decades, according to a new University of Iowa study.
Two businesses are being sued by the U.S. Attorney’s office for allegedly contaminating drinking water on Long Island.
An audit by Baltimore officials has found that water meter readers wasted $120,000 through unproductive activities and slacking on the job.
It will take months to repair the fallout from a broken water main in Philadelphia’s Center City that poured 15 million gallons of water into city streets.
Scott Pruitt has resigned from his position as administrator of the U.S. EPA.
A new study builds evidence for a fact that water professionals already know: Nitrate pollution is a growing cost burden for water utilities.
The city of Newark is being sued over what an environmental group calls “dangerously high” lead levels in tap water.
Wastewater from breweries is creating pollution problems in Lake Champlain.
A new report from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) spells out water use trends in the U.S. It is the 14th in a series of reports on U.S. water use, published every five years.
In March, the Pentagon provided its most comprehensive report to date on the scope water contamination caused by military bases.
Recycled water may bring new life to a languishing river in the Southwest.
The city of Camden, NJ, is facing a lawsuit regarding the transparency of local water shutoff policies.
A federal agency has released a long-awaited report suggesting that perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are more dangerous to human health than federal standards currently take into account.
A new study found that groundwater overpumping can result in potentially dangerous water quality problems.