Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Although many in the U.K. welcome dry, sunny weather, a drought well into its second year is damaging agriculture and threatening wildlife.
Americans are ingesting significant numbers of microplastic particles, and bottled water drinkers are getting the worst of it.
A recent study, using a new assessment methodology, has identified a startling cancer risk in California drinking water statewide.
While researching an unrelated question, a USGS researcher just discovered something unexpected in the Colorado rain: Plastic!
A UT research team says there is enough storage space in depleted Texas aquifers to store two-thirds of Texas’ stormwater.
Airports use a lot of water, from cleaning runways to operating restrooms, but there are also many ways that they can decrease their water footprints.