Source Water Contamination

  1. Non-Regulation Of PFCs Complicating Military Cleanups
    6/29/2018

    In March, the Pentagon provided its most comprehensive report to date on the scope water contamination caused by military bases.

  2. Federal Report: PFCs More Dangerous Than Previously Believed
    6/26/2018

    A federal agency has released a long-awaited report suggesting that perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are more dangerous to human health than federal standards currently take into account.

  3. Overpumping Groundwater Linked To Arsenic Threat
    6/22/2018

    A new study found that groundwater overpumping can result in potentially dangerous water quality problems.

  4. National Study Examines Drugs In Wastewater
    6/20/2018

    Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey have published a major study of how pharmaceutical companies pollute the environment by sending their wastewater to treatment plants.

  5. Wastewater Plants Linked To Microplastic Pollution
    6/19/2018

    A new study has linked wastewater treatment plants to microplastic pollution in rivers in the United Kingdom.

  6. Brain-Eating Amoeba Returns To Louisiana
    6/15/2018

    The so-called brain-eating amoeba is back, once again creating challenges for water safety in Louisiana.

  7. Death Sparks Contamination Scare In Idaho Town
    6/4/2018

    A man’s death sparked a water contamination scare in the Idaho town of Dietrich in late May.

  8. NJ Scientists Recommend PFC Action
    6/1/2018

    New Jersey water experts want the state to crack down on PFOS in drinking water.

  9. Report: 1,500 Water Systems May Have PFOA, PFOS Contamination
    5/30/2018

    Over 1,500 water systems across the country may be contaminated with PFAS chemicals, a category which includes PFOA and PFOS, according to a new report from the Environmental Working Group.

  10. EPA Rulemaking To Address Blending
    5/8/2018

    The U.S. EPA announced in April that it plans to revisit the rules governing sewage treatment during rain and snow storms.