Missouri has placed water quality reports online for every public water system in the state. They are the first state in the U.S. to do this.
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The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released their report on the amount needed to repair the nation’s water infrastructure. They found that $384 billion would be necessary to repair and replace the aging infrastructure for the treatment, storage, transportation, and distribution of drinking water over the next twenty years.
The water cycle has been significantly affected by human activity, along with nearly every other part of the natural world.
Portland, Oregon voters have said no to adding fluoride to the drinking water.
dloHaiti provides clean drinking water to Haitians at a lower cost than other water companies, and at a profit. The key to their success is solar-powered water filter kiosks.
A private corporation is exporting water from Chile during the fourth year of a drought.
Eighteen percent of Pennsylvania wells have elevated levels of arsenic.
Skip the bottle and all plastic entirely. Here’s the solution for your home or office. Quench, a company that serves half the Fortune 500, creates bottleless water coolers.
In honor of World Water Day, I thought I’d post a bit about a nifty invention – the Q-Drum.
The Q-Drum is a container which rolls across the ground as it is dragged behind a person.
An ad agency and a university teamed up to build a billboard that pulls water from the air.
More than one billion people use less than five gallons of water each day. The average American uses about 152 gallons per day. That’s quite a difference.
Range Resources was accused by landowners near Weatherford, Texas of polluting their drinking water. Why did the EPA suddenly drop the lawsuit against Range Resources last year?