California's State Water Board reinstates a ban on using drinking water for decorative grass in commercial and industrial areas.
Unintended Consequences: Recycling practices leading to microplastic contamination
A new study reveals recycling processes may contribute to significant microplastic pollution, highlighting the urgent need for reduced plastic usage.
Groundwater modeling prompts halt of new assured water supply certificates for Phoenix area subdivisions
Facing a major groundwater crisis, Arizona implements new policies to safeguard future water supplies, potentially reshaping development strategies.
Regulatory burdens: Senator fights for affordable water in Wyoming’s rural areas
Senator Lummis defends Wyoming's rural water providers, highlighting their struggles with EPA regulations, rising costs due to the 'forever chemicals' PFAS, and Superfund law liabilities
Utah leaders declare emergencies as flood risk rises post-drought. Utah County estimates $10 million in flood damages and braces for more potential flood impacts.
Arizona’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit against companies accused of using ‘forever chemicals’ and has joined a coalition of 17 states asking the EPA to issue enforceable drinking water...