Robert and Nancy Loomis allegedly discharged fill material into a wetland on their property that drains into the Takhin River in Alaska.
Rain Bird and Smithsonian Institution bring thought leaders together to discuss water management strategies.
Undergraduate and graduate students should submit their applications by May 10; winners will be announced at the American Water Works Association's ACE10.
Water conservation is a new way to live our lives, said Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, in a message about the new education initiative.
The bioremediation technology provider has issued industry guidelines surrounding the use of zero valent iron in conjunction with emulsified vegetable oil for cleaning up groundwater halogenated organic compounds.
Poor soil conditions in South Dakota require advanced treatment so the district decided to use GE ZeeWeed technology.
Khabarovsk, Russia looked to sister-city, Portland, Ore., for better waste collection and disposal methods and plans to incorporate pre-load compactors into its waste transfer system.
Environmental restrictions in the Northern California supply are perpetuating shortage conditions and driving costs higher, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California says.
N.J. real estate developer plans to cut energy and water use on its properties across the state.
An environmental journalist makes a UNEP-sponsored field visit to Mariakani to see first hand how scarce fresh water is and how that affects the people of the village.
Palisade Corp. says its Monte Carlo simulation helps cut the costs of desalination.
Intended for health departments, wastewater system managers, and local governments, the e-handbook includes case studies and examples of successful management programs.
Gadolinium, a key indicator of wastewater contamination at low levels, helps treatment plants identify bacteria in recycled water.
The project will provide farmers with a new source of clean water by concentrating and converting waste salts from drainage water into clean chemicals.
The Association for Environmental Health & Sciences Foundation and Adventus Group recognize student leaders at annual conference.
Using a computer model, the researchers estimated water use among 400 industry sectors and found that most use occurs indirectly as a result of processing.
The agency says the project would bury more than 7 miles of headwater streams, impact 2,278 acres of forestland, and degrade stream water quality
Florida residents will have three more chances to air their comments starting April 13 at Fort Myers.
Submissions for the Water Environment Research Foundation's Paul L. Busch Award must be submitted by June 1.