Consumer Outreach

  1. Camera Catches Questionable Move By Cleveland Water
    3/6/2017

    A media outlet claims that the Cleveland Division of Water was caught on camera using improper billing practices.

  2. Website Developed To Inform Californians Of Drinking Water Standard Violations
    2/28/2017

    A new website from the State Water Resources Control Board in California showed that there are nearly 300 communities within the state that are currently not meeting safe drinking water standards.

  3. Uranium Contaminates Montana Water System
    2/20/2017

    A water system in Montana that has been plagued with chronic water problems recently warned residents about uranium contamination.

  4. As Subsidies End, Flint Chants ‘We Don’t Pay For Poison Water’
    2/14/2017

    Michigan is withdrawing the water-bill assistance it has provided Flint residents since the lead contamination crisis came to light three years ago.

  5. Boil-Water Notice Hits 100,000 Pittsburgh Residents
    2/3/2017

    Officials issued a major water advisory in Pittsburgh, PA, this week, urging about 100,000 residents to boil their water.

  6. Utility Responds To 'Sulfur' Water Near Detroit
    1/23/2017

    The utility serving the suburbs south of Detroit responded this month after residents said their tap water smelled and tasted like sulfur.

  7. Utah City Celebrates Holidays With Boil Water Order
    1/3/2017

    It was a difficult holiday season for residents living in Lindon City, UT. A boil water advisory for their drinking water was issued on Dec. 23 after a water sample tested positive for E-coli.

  8. Louisiana Declares State Of Emergency Over Tap Contamination
    12/22/2016

    The governor of Louisiana has declared a public health emergency in the town of St. Joseph, where water difficulties have plagued ratepayers for years.

  9. Critics Decry Cleveland Water’s 'Aggressive' Policy For Overdue Bills
    12/20/2016

    The Cleveland Division of Water is under fire for what critics see as a harsh way response to delinquent water bills.

  10. Google And University Of Michigan Team Up To Help Flint With New App
    12/19/2016

    Residents of Flint, MI, continue to have concerns about their water system. Even when officials have stated the water is somewhat safe to drink with use of filtration systems, residents remain skeptical.