The White House announced a 10-year plan to remove lead service lines across the country in an effort to reduce lead poisoning.
The federal aid will provide some Kentucky residents with access to potable water service or running water for the first time, according to Governor Andy Beshear.
The Navy said that 680 Navy homes and 270 Army homes complained of a fuel odor or physical side effects after consuming water from its system.
Liane Shekter Smith was the head of the state's drinking water office when Flint's water system was contaminated with lead.
A supplements company is hiring a "chief thirst officer" to promote its brand on social media and will pay the chosen candidate more than $260 a day for two months.
Pictures posted on his official Twitter account showed the lawmaker handing out bottles of water in Texas, two days after returning to the disaster-hit state.
The cold weather has caused at least 13 water mains to burst, and more ruptures are expected as the ice melts.
A citywide notice banning irrigation watering was also issued Monday to conserve Tampa's available water resources.
The chemical perchlorate, found in explosives, matches and rocket fuel, is believed to cause birth defects.
Scientists reviewed existing studies to explore the relationship between the chemical and suicide rates.
The Trump administration is set to announce its replacement for the Obama-era WOTUS rule. Environmentalists say it is "reckless and capricious."
The proposed changes to the coal combustion residual rule won't survive the courts, says Betsy Southerland, who wrote the rule in 2015. But it will delay protections for vulnerable communities.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced that the state will do its part to combat high lead levels in several counties by applying voter-bonded money to more frequent testing
In the new book "Downriver," Heather Hansman paddles the length of the Green River—the biggest tributary of the Colorado River - in an attempt to understand the fight overwater, and what's going to happen to those battles in a hotter, drier, more crowded future.
"The Clean Water Act is one of our most important environmental laws, and this attempt to limit its protections will threaten the drinking water for tens of millions of people."
Impairments from mild dehydration tend to begin when you lose 2 percent of the total volume of water in your body.
Texas has the most widespread contamination of radium in drinking water.
"Raw water" basically means contaminated water. And contaminated water means water that can make you sick.
Water shortages in Jordan pit rich against poor as the country scrambles to serve a booming population.
As of press time, Fiji Water had not responded to a request for comment as to whether its 500-milliliter Fiji water bottle was designed to be grasped with one adult hand or two.
In the U.S., 12 to 19 million people get sick from waterborne infectious disease each year.
In hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, American citizens are growing ill and bacteria outbreaks are spiking as people use dirty water contaminated by urine and hazardous waste for drinking and bathing.
Children whose mothers were exposed to high levels of fluoride during pregnancy may be at risk of having a lower IQ.
A 2017 Gallup poll found that 63 percent of Americans worry a great deal about drinking water pollution.
Research shows that nitrogen builds up in agricultural soils for decades and poses a longer-term threat than previously known.
Susan Hedman's resignation comes as criticism of both the state and federal response to the toxic-water crisis continues to grow.
A researcher has invented a cheap filter paper that removes more than 99.9 percent of bacteria from water.