Four states made accusations this month that Arizona’s largest water provider manipulates supply and demand on the Colorado River.
A natural gas leak injured a water utility worker and two firefights in Arlington, TX, last week.
New developments came to light this week in the ongoing story of racism and sexism within the Chicago water department.
Lead appears to be a pervasive problem in Chicago drinking water.
Detroit plans to resume water shutoffs next month, and thousands of city residents could be affected.
A court decided last week that a woman whose water service was shut off is allowed to sue Syracuse for that action.
At the helm of the nation’s top environmental agency during the Trump era, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt was tasked with downsizing the agency and cutting regulations that are costly to industry.
Florida Governor Rick Scott vetoed a controversial wastewater bill this month under pressure from environmentalists.
Two water plant employees sustained injuries last week due to a chemical leak.
Ratepayers have invented a new way to peacefully protest their water utilities: paying in pennies.
Organizers on the Monterey Peninsula in California who want their privately-owned water provider to become publicly-owned have taken a step toward accomplishing that goal.
Wastewater pros may have a new role in fighting the opioid crisis. Biobot Analytics, a startup staffed by chemists, engineers, and architects, founded at MIT, focuses on bringing the emerging field of “wastewater epidemiology” to cities.
Cape Town was supposed to run out of water on April 22, but an intense conservation effort averted disaster.
Water workers came to the rescue of a Los Angeles teen after he fell into sewage system on Easter Sunday.