From the Editor

  1. Wait For Water Lines Tops 1,000 Days In North Carolina Community

    Residents in North Carolina recently marked their 1,000th day without access to clean drinking water in their homes.

  2. How Are We Solving PFC Contamination?

    PFC contamination is the number one drinking water issue today. So how are local and federal leaders working to put an end to it?

  3. Pruitt Describes EPA’s 2018 Agenda: Scaling Back Regulations And Staff

    In laying out the U.S. EPA’s agenda for 2018, Administrator Scott Pruitt indicated that the agency would focus on scaling back Obama-era clean water regulations while ramping up the fight against lead contamination in public drinking water.

  4. U.S. Water Strategy: Think Locally, Act Globally

    A new plan has been created by the U.S. government to bring safe drinking water, sanitation services, sustainability, and resiliency to the world’s most water-stressed countries, with benefits for the U.S. as well.

  5. Hoosick Falls Brings PFC Fight To State Capital

    One of the first communities to raise a red flag around perfluorinated compound (PFC) contamination took another step in its fight for clean water this month.

  6. An Electrochemical Solution To Organic Compounds

    A new industrial wastewater treatment system makes the most out of relatively little energy to eliminate non-biodegradable compounds.

  7. Cape Town May Be First Major City To Run Out Of Water

    Though this time of year typically means an abundance of water supplies throughout the U.S., a major foreign city is having to contend with the possibility that it will run out of water entirely.

  8. Bicycle, Construction Material Among Oddities In New York City Sewers

    The latest report to encourage the public’s fascination with what ends up in the nation’s sewers contains some oddities, along with things that knowledgeable wastewater pros would consider standard fare.

  9. Report Outlines Dire Conditions Of New Jersey Water/Wastewater Infrastructure

    As communities all over the country continue to deal with aging and failing infrastructure, a report in New Jersey outlines just how desperate the situation is.

  10. 3 Water/Wastewater Efficiency Trends To Watch In 2018

    2018 is sure to be marked with advancements that make water and wastewater treatment more efficient and sustainable. To keep up with the areas best poised for improvement this year, here is a look at three practices that are in need of change.