Water utilities around the world are facing a growing need for investment.
Increasing numbers of municipalities are turning to green infrastructure to improve water quality and manage stormwater, and Congress is considering legislation designed to support this trend.
Perchlorate contamination of drinking water may be the source of thyroid problems among Arizona residents.
Amid a national outcry about the vulnerability of school drinking water to lead contamination, Virginia is developing plans to bolster water testing.
After months of debate and criticism, it’s official: North Miami Beach is going to privatize operations at its water utility.
A wastewater plant in Butte, MT, recently suffered a “gooey nightmare” reminiscent of scenes from “The Blob,” according to the Missoulian.
Water systems in Washington state and Oregon may soon have access to new tools to protect them from earthquake damage.
An increasingly popular biosolids reuse practice has a downside: air pollution.
The Trump administration is showing little concern about pesticide contamination despite mounting evidence that an unregulated bug repellant poses a threat to drinking water.
New York state is trying to restore the health of its waterways through a major infrastructure bill passed last month.
The Chicago water department is embroiled in a scandal that allegedly involves gun sales as well as racist and sexist emails.
Pittsburgh is trying to address lead in drinking water, but some officials say it is actually making the problem worse.
Researchers say they have found a way to filter water using 1,000 times less energy than conventional processes. The trick is to get rid of membranes.
A small region of North Carolina suffered over fifty sewage spills last month, but that was just one aspect of the fallout from recent flooding events that demonstrated the complexity of stormwater management.