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Dec 13 2019
South Carolina’s Charleston County School District is rolling out a new initiative to test all schools’ drinking water for lead, reported Live5News…
Dec 12 2019
Rockford, Michigan’s former shoe factory, Wolverine Worldwide, is nearing a $69.5 million settlement with the state of Michigan, as well as…
Dec 11 2019
Congress has reached a deal on a spending bill that would require the military to stop using firefighting foam containing toxic per- and…
Dec 10 2019
In order to remain compliant with the federal Lead and Copper Rule and the state Safe Drinking Water Act, Flint, Michigan, still needs 40 of 60…
Dec 9 2019
Simon T. Bailey, speaker and author of “Be the Spark,” will deliver the keynote address at the 2020 Water Quality Association (WQA) Convention &…
Dec 6 2019
Pennsylvania regulators discovered varying levels of per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water supplies across the state, according…
Dec 5 2019
Nestle Waters North America was denied zoning approval for a new booster pump station to move its water, according to the Detroit Free Press.  The…
Dec 4 2019
Imperial College London scientists have created a new type of ion-transport membrane technology to improve water purification and battery energy…
Dec 3 2019
Researchers at the University of Toronto are developing an early warning system for water quality and pollution that combines tiny water fleas and a…
Dec 2 2019
High levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were found in Tucson, Arizona's south-side’s aquifer. PFAS levels peaked at 13,850 ppt,…
Nov 29 2019
Brave Blue World to Premiere in Los Angeles  Brave Blue World, a documentary that paints an optimistic future for water, will premiere Dec. 16 at…
Nov 29 2019
The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District has lifted its water boil advisory after the discovery of E.coli in a water sample from Western Peterbilt…
Nov 28 2019
Cape Town, South Africa, dam levels have dropped by 0.6% and are currently at an overall storage capacity of 83.1%, while the city’s water…
Nov 27 2019
A judge ruled New Hampshire must stop enforcing tough, new drinking water standards for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) by the end of 2019…
Nov 26 2019
A report from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) shows that a well supplying water to a state prison in Douglas could be…
Nov 25 2019
Newark, N.J.'s, water consultant, CDM Smith, released a report that discovered the city's lead filters are 97% effective according to NJ Spotlight…
Nov 22 2019
The Belleville, N.J., Police Department is warning residents to watch out for scammers selling water filters that cost as much as $12,000. Earlier…
Nov 21 2019
A new report from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet revealed 41 of 81 public drinking water systems in Louisville, Ky., tested for per- and…
Nov 20 2019
The discovery of per- and polyfluoroalklyl substances (PFAS) in groundwater has set back construction of the Muskegon, Mich., downtown convention…
Nov 19 2019
A new study reveals thousands of people in Colorado are drinking water from a supply that contains arsenic.  The Delta County Health Department (…
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