ENVIRONMENTAL ARTICLES

Sewage, water pollution in Niagara River to be reduced with approved plan

The Buffalo Sewer Authority's plan to reduce the amount of sewage and stormwater runoff that flow from the city of Buffalo, N.Y.'s combined sewer system has been approved by EPA and the NY State De...

EPA, Coast Guard cleaning up millions of gallons of hazardous sludge, liquids at CA pulp mill

Millions of gallons of hazardous materials and toxic sludge are being removed from the former Samoa Pulp Mill site in Samoa, Calif., as part of a joint cleanup effort between the EPA and the U.S. C...

Water Week 2014: Water leaders, federal agencies seek climate change resilience

The National Association of Clean Water Agencies and the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies hosted a Water Resilience Summit to explore climate-driven resilience challenges that utilities f...

American Rivers releases America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2014 report

American Rivers announced its annual list of America's Most Endangered Rivers®, marking the second year in a row the report underscores problems that arise for communities and the environment when ...

2014 U.S. Water Prize Winners lauded by EPA Administrator

On Monday, April 7, the U.S. Water Alliance hosted the U.S. Water Prize ceremony at the National Geographic Society's headquarters in Washington D.C.

CA groundwater management to be improved with new recommendations

The Association of California Water Agencies issued a suite of far-reaching recommendations for improving management of groundwater basins throughout the state of California.

EPA, Army Corps propose rule to clarify protection for U.S. streams, wetlands

The EPA and Army Corps jointly released a proposed rule to clarify protection for streams and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.

Winners of DE rain barrel contest promoting stormwater management announced

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Department of Transportation have selected finalists in a month-long rain-barrel painting contest. 

Water pollution in Chesapeake Bay Watershed continues to be reduced

Longstanding efforts to reduce pollution in Pennsylvania's Chesapeake Bay Watershed continue to yield progress, according to the Department of Environmental Protection.

Innovative, Sustainable Solutions for Water

Founded by Ronald S. Lauder, RWL Water provides responsible and sustainable environmental solutions through the utilization of advanced water purification and recycling technologies.

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