Latest Water quality Stories
GREENWICH, Conn., Oct.
By Pamela Hale-Burns A sewage spill caused the closure of Colorado Lagoon on Saturday morning. City Health Officer Dr.
A researcher in Wisconsin warns that climate change may put Great Lakes' water quality at risk.
By Kristin S. Agostoni The environmental group Heal the Bay released its end-of-summer report card today with mostly high marks for beaches in the South Bay and Harbor Area.
By ERIK ROBINSON James Kardouni, a state environmental scientist, dumps nontoxic dye into Burnt Bridge Creek on Wednesday. By tracking the flow of the dye, he hopes to learn where shade trees might be planted and pinpoint sources of pollution.
By Jeff Donn Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Pollution experts pressed a congressional panel Thursday for a new national approach that monitors the country's waters more broadly for the presence and impact of hundreds of recently detected contaminants from pharmaceuticals to fire retardants. Rep.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Lorien Onderdonk of the Water Environment Federation, +1- 703-535-5264, email@example.com ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S. EPA's Assistant Administrator for the Office of Water Benjamin H.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept.
By JULIE ANN GRIMM 'State of the art' treatment process in the works, officials say By Julie Ann Grimm The New Mexican Water drawn from the Rio Grande into Santa Fe's drinking supply will meet state and federal standards before it's delivered to customers.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Lori Harrison of Water Environment Federation, +1-703- 216-8565, firstname.lastname@example.org ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Water Environment Federation (WEF) will join with the International Water Association (IWA), U.S.
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