Coloradans want the state’s top water road map to be more equitable, but finalizing plans has been difficult.
A historic increase in federal water infrastructure funding is coming over the next five years, thanks to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Coloradans exposed to drinking water tainted by lead or so-called “forever chemicals" will see clean water faster.
Brad Lancaster, author and expert on water harvesting, explains how to make the most of rainfall and greywater to stretch local supplies.
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.
Grand County officials are searching for ways to prevent harmful algae blooms and weed growth in Grand Lake.
New Mexico is behind in water inspections for the third year in a row, leaving water quality in question.
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.
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