Farmers near borders of the Modesto Irrigation District can buy some of its river water this year.
It's None of Your Business How Much Water Your Neighbor Uses
In the face of an epic drought, Californians are cutting back on their water use — some of them anyway. Last month, the Center for Investigative Reporting revealed that one homeowner in Bel Air used 11.8 million gallons in a year, or about 90 times the amount of water used...
CBD-infused drinks are illegal under US law. So why are they everywhere?
In 2017, no one knew what CBD oil was. In 2018, folks stumbled saying “cannabidiol” (that’s CBD oil) out loud. In 2019, it’s everywhere, and everyone wants in on it.
Why use drinking water when nonpotable water will do?
The one-quality-fits-all urban water systems found in Austin and most of the rest of the U.S. do some things well, but what they don't do well is accommodate a changing world.
Microplastics are found in air, water, beer, everywhere: What are they doing to us?
From a bottle of beer to the air we breathe, microplastics are everywhere. What are they doing to us?
Ogdensburg considering changes to how it fluoridates drinking water
OGDENSBURG — City officials are considering changes to how the municipality fluoridates its drinking water to see if there are ways to save money and improve safety conditions when handling the chemicals and equipment needed for the task.
Learn about drinking water at Hazel Park Library
Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will give at talk on water infrastructure at the Hazel Park Library on Thursday.
Evers promises clean drinking water; what now?
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers pledged to clean up Wisconsin's drinking water in his State of the State address, promising to work to replace lead pipes across the state and improve well water quality during what he dubbed the year of clean drinking water. Here's a look at the extent of pollution in Wisconsin, how lawmakers are dealing with it and Evers' promise:
Why boiling water makes it safe to drink
With flooding in Central Texas leaving Austin's lakes filled with silt, authorities on Monday ordered Austinites to boil water."To ensure destruction
Why drink decaf if it’s just bean water?
An open letter to all citizens of coffee-land who drink decaf: I do not understand you. I recognize the merits of coffee as a drink — its aroma, its flavors,
Whitmer: Drinking water, roads will top legislative agenda
LANSING>> Cleaning up contaminated drinking water and smoothing deteriorating roads will top the agenda for Democratic Gov.-elect Gretchen Whitmer, who said Wednesday she hopes to find bipartisan consensus with the
Sunshine Week: How to find reports on drinking water quality
Every community drinking water system must conduct an annual Consumer Confidence Report detailing water sources and testing results for contaminants like bacteria, lead and arsenic
Toxic PFAS are everywhere — here’s how to avoid them
No matter where you go, there they are. “They” are per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a wide-ranging class of chemicals that repel water, oil or heat that are used in food packaging, nonst…
Perth Amboy water safe to drink, restored well should reduce contamination
Second state-required contamination notice has Perth Amboy residents concerned, but authorities and Middlesex Water Co. assure water is safe to drink
What the TCEQ says about drinking water in the Deer Park area
The environmental agency reminded residents that the city doesn't get its drinking water from the Houston Ship Channel or Tucker Bayou.
Missy Elliott Reminds Us About The Amazing Effects Of Drinking Water
Grab your water bottle or nearest cup and take a sip right...
Here's how much water you really need to drink in a day
Adults, kids, seniors and pets all need proper hydration during the hot winter months.
Is it safe to wade in or drink the water now in the Santa Cruz? Here's what to know
It's safe to wade in but not to drink the reclaimed water, city and state officials say. But little is known about emerging contaminants in the water.
Frank Bures: There's nothing smart about drinking overpriced water
Sitting in a meeting where snacks and “beverages” were provided, I saw one of the bottles was called smartwater. I thought, oh, right. So, where’s the dumbwater? Not to be
'Raw water' is the latest health craze. Here's why drinking it...
Hold your canteen under a natural spring and you'll come away with crystal clear water, potentially brimming with beneficial bacteria as well as minerals from the earth.That's what proponents of the "raw water" movement are banking on - selling people on the idea of drinking water that contains...