Current Headlines

  1. Following Harvey, EPA And Industry Disagree Over Superfund Site Cleanup
    10/24/2017

    When Texas, among other places, was hit with Hurricane Harvey this summer, it faced numerous stormwater management and water quality issues.

  2. San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak: Water Warnings Went Unheeded
    10/24/2017

    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.

  3. Treatment Plant Filters Identified As Source Of Drinking Water Contamination
    10/23/2017

    University researchers in North Carolina have pointed to an unlikely culprit for water contamination: the treatment filters themselves.

  4. Following Maria, Puerto Rico Facing Severe Sewage Crisis
    10/23/2017

    Tap water service interruption is only part of the water crisis in Puerto Rico. Another major, related problem is the sewage crisis unfolding at the same time.

  5. Private Sector Projects One Solution To Fill Gap Of Wetland Restoration Funds Shortage
    10/23/2017

    Noting it will require all hands on deck, the America's WETLAND Foundation (AWF) recently called for private sector investment in "transitional projects" necessary to shore up the coast as large scale public projects come on line in the future.

  6. Montana Water Quality Researchers Slap Canadian Coal Operation With $1.8 Million Fine
    10/23/2017

    As an area of Montana struggles with dangerous water contamination, it has taken action against a polluter across the border.

  7. After Wildfires Ravage Town, Utility Wants Rate Increase
    10/23/2017

    A water utility in Tennessee is seeking a rate hike to offset the cost of making repairs after wildfires ravaged homes and infrastructure in the region.

  8. National Association Of Water Companies Announces Appointments To The Board Of Directors
    10/23/2017

    The National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) announced the organization’s 2017-2018 board of directors at its annual Water Summit this week in Seattle, Washington.

  9. Following Water Quality Concerns, Fracking Banned From The Delaware River Basin
    10/23/2017

    In a move that has already draw controversy from either side of the hydraulic fracturing debate, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has voted to ban the practice from its purview.

  10. For-Profit Water Companies Buying Up Troubled Utilities
    10/23/2017

    Financial difficulties at public water utilities create an opportunity for for-profit water companies, according to Bloomberg BNA.