Agency says upgrades will better protect children and at-risk communities from lead in drinking water.
The Cooperative Watershed Management Program encourages diverse stakeholders to form local solutions to address their water management needs.
Nearly six miles of water line -- about 30,000 linear feet -- will be installed to allow connection of 120 local homes and businesses within the Durham Meadows Superfund Site.
Camden SMART, EJ Water Cooperative, City of Cedar Rapids, Greenprint Partners, American Public Media & Great Lakes Today, and LA Mayor Eric Garcetti win awards in six categories for outstanding One Water work.
Research will expand the understanding of the environmental risks posed by per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in waste streams and identify practical approaches to manage the potential impacts as PFAS enters the environment.
HG Ventures, Allos Ventures, Greenhouse Capital invest in water program management software platform to fuel product innovation and hiring.
NIEHS taps company for further development of PFAS technology.
For many years polywrap has been a proven system to protect ductile iron pipes from exterior corrosion. But recent developments have yielded a newer version of polywrap called enhanced polyethylene.
With the emergence of safety concerns over water quality in public water supplies, municipalities are making strides to better conform to preexisting and amended safety regulations.
The PowerGrit technology provides improved safety and control, no rotational kickback, single-side access and the time savings aspect of reduced excavation.
EPA announces final plans to shrink waterway protections.
Toughening the federal standard for arsenic in 2001 has led to fewer violations by the public systems that supply more than 80 percent of the United States' drinking water, Oregon State University says.
The grants will help 63 water entities use water more efficiently and improve water supply reliability in the western United States.
This year’s winners demonstrated how data from low cost water quality monitoring sensors can be used to inform local-scale nutrient management decisions.
The funding is being made available through Reclamation's Native American Affairs Technical Assistance to Tribes Program.