Are the Great Lakes the best hope for water security in the perennially parched Southwest?
Water utilities are advocating for the federal government to retain the U.S. EPA’s signature water conservation program despite proposed budget cuts from President Trump.
Researchers say sewer workers operating near a hospital treating Ebola patients may be at risk of picking up the virus, which can cause a fast-acting and often fatal disease.
Is Senator Ted Cruz paving the way for invasive species to storm water sources in Texas?
A Florida city’s proposal to outsource water utility management to a private firm appears to have launched an FBI investigation.
Water utilities are highly regulated, and that means unhappy customers can bring more than complaints — they can stir up regulatory action.
State lawmakers in Iowa are is in the midst of a heated debate over how much money the state should devote to addressing nutrient pollution following years of failed efforts to bolster funding for water quality.
Some cities are trying an innovative strategy for addressing water loss, imploring builders to figure out where water lines are located before digging begins.
In a recent cyberattack, water utility hackers were more interested in nabbing free cellular bandwidth than in interrupting water service.
One issue that that continually brings Mexican and U.S. officials to the deliberation table is water.
Traces of an insecticide have been discovered in tap water for the first time.
The Trump administration took action last week that could pave the way for a controversial water project in a California desert that had been halted under President Obama.
A suite of technologies is available to help wastewater treatment plants cut carbon emissions, and savvy operators are already taking advantage of the new tools.
Rainfall is normally welcomed in arid Arizona, but in at least in one instance, wet weather may pose a contamination threat to drinking water.