Potable Water Quality

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Researchers develop molecule that traps sulfate in water

Feb. 28, 2024
Researchers developed a molecule that can measure and trap sulfate in water with a high degree of selectivity.


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Potable Water Quality

Carbon, fertilizer policies would also improve water quality

Dec. 21, 2023
A study links the reduction of nitrate groundwater contamination with climate policies that would raise the price of carbon- and fertilizer-intensive products.
Drinking Water

What’s next for the PFAS MCL & UCMR5

Dec. 18, 2023
U.S. EPA Office of Water Assistant Administrator Radhika Fox talks about the future of PFAS regulation for drinking water in light of EPA’s Annual PFAS Progress Report.
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Infrastructure Funding

Hawaii water supply receives $75M in EPA funding

Dec. 8, 2023
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds may use federal funds for a treatment system that would enable the Honolulu Board of Water Supply to bring the Hālawa Shaft back into service...
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New London, Connecticut lead service lane replacement breaks ground

Nov. 20, 2023
The City of New London’s Lead Service line Replacement Program will identify and eliminate lead service lines, with Arcadis serving as program manager.
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Potable Water Quality

Model predicts saltwater intrusion into groundwater

Nov. 13, 2023
Work closely with environmental organizations in Massachusetts, researchers have developed a model to help predict climate-change driven saltwater intrusion that is applicable...