Researchers at Duke University and the Aspen Institute are trying to improve the availability of water quality data by proposing an “open internet of water.”
Federal environmental regulators are calling out the state of Michigan on its drinking water oversight.
A town in New York state recently provided a case study on how new billing systems can uncover complex problems for water utilities.
As communities across the country struggle with pollution from perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), New Jersey moved to set stricter rules for perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorononanoic acid (PFNA).
As Puerto Rico navigates a massive drinking water crisis prompted by Hurricane Maria, the U.S. government is telling the island that it is safe to drink water from a hazardous waste site.
The body of a missing boy was found in a septic tank in a park in Jacksonville, FL, last month.
A mega-utility in Maryland is taking on the chemical industry for alleged price-fixing practices.
An audit by New York state found that the water and wastewater systems in the city of Glen Falls may be vulnerable to cyberattacks.
The question of what Flint, MI, will choose as its long-term water source remains up in the air years after the city’s lead-contamination crisis began.
The controversial water infrastructure proposal from California Governor Jerry Brown, billed as a solution to the state’s significant water challenges, has hit some snags in recent weeks.
Nitrates are polluting the drinking water of more than 15 million people in 49 states and pose a particular threat in rural areas, according to a new report highlighting the scope of this kind of contamination.
After hurricane season left Houston in disrepair, Texas is drafting a flood plan for the entire state for the first time.
Sewage leaks along the border between Mexico and the U.S. may get worse, and officials are debating how to address the issue.
As the death toll continues to rise due to San Diego County’s hepatitis A virus outbreak, reports say water officials had warned about the risk for years.