Wastewater reed bed treatment takes off after Heathrow airport upgrade

Heathrow Airport has upgraded its wetland installation to process increased amounts of wastewater generated from the deicing of runways...

Ruling requests EPA action for pollution from algae growth in U.S. waterways

The U.S. District Court in Eastern LA requested EPA determine whether to set new limits on dangerous algae pollution in U.S. waterways.

Obama Administration moves to protect drinking water for millions of Americans

The Obama Administration proposed a rule to restore protections to U.S. small streams and wetlands under the Clean Water Act.

Wetlands could be used to improve quality of acid streams, researchers say

University of Texas at Arlington and U.S. Geological Survey scientists have found watershed wetlands can improve streams polluted by acid rain.

Eastern U.S. waterways, supplies affected by increased alkalinity

A University of Maryland study found that human activities are changing the basic chemistry of many rivers in the Eastern U.S.

WA Port of Tacoma settles with EPA, Dept of Justice for CWA violations

WA Port of Tacoma will pay a $500,000 penalty and restore $3M in wetland habitat to compensate for alleged Clean Water Act violations.

Clarifying Treatment: Dissolved Air Flotation Provides Alternative for Treating Raw Water with Light Particles

Dissolved air flotation is an alternative clarification process ideal for treating raw water with light particles, such as algae or color-causing organics, and at low temperatures when sedimentatio...

Great Lakes shoreline cities offered $8.5M in EPA green infrastructure projects

EPA has invited the 22 largest Great Lakes shoreline cities to apply for funding for green infrastructure projects to improve water quality.

Connectivity of created wetlands crucial to their health, finds new research

Proper hydrologic connectivity of wetlands is key to maintaining their health, according to new research by the U.S. Geological Survey.

Water use in forests improved with recent rise in carbon dioxide, finds study

A Harvard study shows forests have become dramatically more efficient in how they use water with a rise in carbon dioxide.



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