The San Antonio Water System says the Lower Colorado River Authority's board of directors made policy assumptions that rendered the agencies' water supply project unworkable.
Shelton Group surveys more than 1,000 U.S. consumers who at least occasionally buy green products and discovers there is no "typical" green consumer.
The Roundtable's objective is to bring together government, science and industry stakeholders to set clear standards and a certification system for efficient water use.
Siemens Water Technologies provides five tips to help factory and manufacturing facility owners and operators reduce their water use.
Water wins over air pollution, natural resources depletion, habitat loss, and climate change as the top environmental problem, according to a survey of 15 countries.
The new vision seeks to increase public-private cooperation regarding the conservation and restoration practices to non-federal forests.
Landowners, legal entities, and Indian tribes are eligible to apply for funding for conservation efforts.
Los Angeles County taps into Water Independence Now program through the Water Replenishment District of Southern California.
Newly confirmed assistant administrator for water encourages consumers to reduce their water use.
Hotels and motels will encourage guests to use linens more than once and install efficient faucet aerators in each guest room to conserve water.
San Antonio Water System is using its drought management and conservation programs to ensure an adequate water supply for its customers.
Better management may be able to change year 2057 outlook.
The Alliance for Water Efficiency offers the tool free to its members.
For the fourth consecutive year, the two organizations are partnering to protect rivers in Oregon and Washington.
The average household spends as much as $500 per year on water and sewer bills and uses about 100 gallons of water each day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Siemens will provide a process water system for a new bottling plant in California for the Dr Pepper Snapple Group.
Administrator Jackson seeks more transparency for water quality goals and directs the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance to take action.