Sara Jerome

  1. Embattled City Utility Gets On Water Improvement Plan
    8/16/2018

    Water in the capital of New Jersey had a lead problem, and the city was ordered to take palliative steps.

  2. In Florida, Thousands Join Algae Protest
    8/15/2018

    Thousands of Florida residents joined together for a demonstration on Sunday conveying a commitment to clean water.

  3. Who’s To Blame For Algal Blooms?
    8/14/2018

    With algal blooms forcing the closure of popular beaches in Vermont this summer, some critics are blaming sewage plants for the problem.

  4. Report Claims Contamination Evidence Was Deleted
    8/13/2018

    Did New York City officials fail to report evidence of water contamination?

  5. San Diego Overbilled Ratepayers By $2 Million
    8/10/2018

    Single-family homes in San Diego were overbilled by the city water department by more than $2 million last year, according to a new analysis.

  6. Texas City Weighs Wastewater Treatment Options
    8/9/2018

    A city near Austin, TX, is mulling how to approach wastewater treatment in a way that protects Blue Hole, a beloved swimming spot in the area.

  7. Amid Wildfires, Trump Weighs In On Water Policy
    8/8/2018

    President Donald Trump took to Twitter in recent days to discuss water policy in a series of posts about California wildfires.

  8. $177 Million Job: Replacing Indiana’s Lead Service Lines
    8/7/2018

    Indiana American Water says it will cost $177 million over two decades to replace lead water service lines across the state.

  9. Water In Michigan County Under State Of Emergency
    8/6/2018

    Michigan’s lieutenant governor ordered a state of emergency in Kalamazoo County on July 29 as a result of perfluorinated compound contamination.

  10. Showdown: Scientists Compare Tap To Bottle, Filter
    8/3/2018

    In the age of water filters and pricey bottled water options, consumers may get confused about the best way to access drinking water.