The company says the increase covers the costs for water quality and supply source improvements.
More than 120,000 people on six continents monitored the condition of their local waterbodies in 2009, an increase of 67 percent over the previous year.
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, led by EPA, would target the most significant chemical, biological, and physical problems in the system.
A Southeastern Louisiana University study says that fresh water, either from the Mississippi River or other sources, is needed to sustain the second largest coastal forest in the state.
EPA has completed a draft of the report Congress requested in 2008 and would like to hear your feedback.
EPA's guidance manual explains specific requirements as well as flexibilities of the Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule.
The federal government has issued notices of proposed civil penalty to Zoe Industries, Altmans Products, EZ-FLO International, and Watermark Designs.
The company expects to have a $4.7 million advanced metering infrastructure system installed in Fayette County, West Virginia by year's end.
EPA fined the Stigler, Okla., marina for violating Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure rules at its bulk storage facility.
A Binghamton, N.Y. gas station owner has agreed to improve how its 12 stations detect leaks from underground petroleum storage tank systems at a cost of about $160,000.
The U.S. Army and the Army and Air Force Exchange Service must pay a $167,116 penalty for failing to monitor, test, and keep records for underground petroleum storage tanks.
New research alliance will focus on water conservation research.
The new irrigation water will be used to maintain two 18-hole golf courses, 15 tennis courts and landscaping.
Second annual WaterSense promotion encourages utility, community, manufacturer, retail and professional partners to save water.
The U.S. Geological Survey tracked contaminant movement in groundwater and public supply wells in four aquifers in California, Connecticut, Nebraska and Florida.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, will begin its annual practice of raising the lake level for navigation, fish passage, and salinity control.