Photo: The EPA has announced the development of a water reuse action plan to leverage the expertise of both and industry and government.
At a summit in San Francisco on Feb. 27, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the development of a Water Reuse Action Plan intended to leverage the expertise of both industry and government to ensure the effective use of the nation’s water resources.
“The Nation’s water … [more…]
FAYETTE, Ohio — They came. They demonstrated.
They groaned, they rolled their eyes, and they whispered to people on either side of them once everyone was seated on the Fayette High School’s hard, wooden gymnasium bleachers, with at least four Fayette police officers standing watch.
But overall, the unusually large crowd that attended Tuesday night’s public information session about Artesian of Pioneer’s plan to tap into the nine-county Michindoh Aquifer … [more…]
Video screenshot, click link below to view: Exposure to some types of PFAS linked to hormone disruption, miscarriages, developmental issues, and cancer.
Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle are increasingly raising concerns the government has not done enough to handle chemical contamination from military bases, airports and industrial sites around the country.
In the first of several expected hearings targeting the Environmental Protection Agency under the Trump … [more…]
ANN ARBOR, MI – Recent lab tests at Ann Arbor’s water treatment plant indicated 1,4-dioxane in the city’s surface water supply and in the finished drinking water.
Results from samples collected Feb. 6 estimated concentrations of 0.061 parts per billion at the city’s intake in Barton Pond and 0.030 ppb in the treated drinking water.
The city released the results on Friday, March 1, saying it’s important to let city … [more…]
In the House, some lawmakers are already calling for Congress to step in and force EPA to set a drinking water limit if the Trump administration does not act. | Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images
Key congressional Republicans voiced concerns Tuesday about the prospect that EPA will not set drinking water limits for two toxic chemicals — an issue that raises new hurdles for acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler’s bid to permanently lead … [more…]