Even in coastal cities, ocean desalination may not be the best or even among the best options to address water shortfalls.
Scientists have found that sodium hydroxide, a component often used in soaps, is able to break down one class of PFAS.
As more sanitation districts test wastewater for COVID-19, questions remain on interpreting the data
Wastewater can inform public health departments of new variants in the community, but the data collected is still inconclusive.
New Mexico is behind in water inspections for the third year in a row, leaving water quality in question.
Residents of a mobile home park near Gunnison are often left without water because of unreliable supplies.
A dangerous chemical, known as PFAS, is found in everything from nonstick cookware to carpets to ski wax.
Two non-profit groups in Crested Butte work to clean up waters still polluted from the Keystone and Standard mines.
Seven states in the West have been given until August 15th to implement new strategies and tools to conserve the Colorado River.
Colorado water officials hope to combat algae blooms caused by rising temperatures and an increased use of phosphorus-laced lawn fertilizers.
Early involvement in negotiating new Colorado River guidelines will be critical for tribes to determine their future.