Drinking Water Regulations News Features

  1. Michigan Community Sets Aggressive Lead Service Line Replacement Precedent
    1/5/2018

    As locales all over the country wrestle with lead contamination in their drinking water, one Michigan community is taking an aggressive approach to the problem.

  2. Judge Denies EPA Bid To Toss Fluoride Lawsuit
    1/4/2018

    The latest development in what has long been a hot button issue within the drinking water community could have major implications for the fluoridation debate.

  3. Minnesota Cities Gear Up To Treat Dioxane
    1/3/2018

    More and more Minnesota communities are investing in methods to treat dioxane contamination.

  4. U.S. EPA To Hear Recommendations For Changes To Lead And Copper Rule
    12/28/2017

    According to recent reports, one of the U.S. EPA’s fundamental regulations may be getting tweaked in the near future.

  5. In Illinois, Legionnaires’ Takes Lives Of 13 Veterans
    12/28/2017

    A home for veterans in Illinois suffered an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease this year.

  6. Trump Environmental Nominee Allegedly Ignored Water Rule
    12/27/2017

    A Trump administration nominee is embroiled in controversy about alleged radiation contamination of drinking water.

  7. Feds Push Flint To Spend More Money
    12/27/2017

    The city of Flint, MI, is facing pressure from the federal government to spend money it received to improve its drinking water infrastructure.

  8. Michigan Township Approves Treatment Solution For PFCs
    12/22/2017

    As perflourinated compound (PFC) contamination continues to raise concerns all over the nation, one Michigan community has decided to take action to combat it.

  9. Outbreak Forces Disneyland To Shut Down Cooling Towers
    11/20/2017

    Disneyland had to shut down two of its cooling towers recently because of the presence of Legionella bacteria, which can cause a fatal disease and had been infecting park guests.

  10. Puerto Rico Still Dealing With Contaminated Drinking Water
    11/20/2017

    It has been two months since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, yet water access for many residents remains interrupted and those who have service are afraid to use it.