Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Hormones can disrupt aquatic life when they are discharged into freshwater systems with wastewater effluent. How can fish populations be protected?
Salt water from the Atlantic Ocean is intruding into aquifers in parts of the East Coast. Opting for alternative freshwater sources can help to slow its progress.
A study sheds light on toxins produced by harmful algal blooms such as the one that contaminated drinking water in Salem, Oregon, four years ago.
Investors are starting to pressure companies to acknowledge the financial risk of water and implement measures to improve their water sustainability.
A new study finds that agricultural runoff and wastewater effluent contribute to nutrient loading, but modular decentralized wastewater treatment could help the coral reef.
Nutrient overloads kill the seagrass that Florida’s manatees eat, but septic-to-sewer programs and lawsuits are helping the gentle aquatic mammals.