Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Although recent monsoon rains in Chennai have given some relief to the water-strapped city, low reservoir and aquifer levels point to deeper problems.
The Chesapeake Bay dead zone is on track to be larger than usual, ecologists say. Can MABR’s denitrification help reduce harmful elements in runoff?
We have been depleting groundwater for a long time. Now we know it also depletes lakes, streams, and rivers.
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.