Clinton City’s public works department said they’ve discovered the cause of last week’s city-wide culinaary water contamination was a single home where someone created a cross connection between the culinary and secondary water systems.
On Wednesday morning, a water sample from a station located at Bessemer Avenue and Huffine Mill Road in Greensboro, NC tested positive for E. coli. The area’s water system has been isolated from the city’s system and temporary water lines were built to redirect water to 2 schools and 13 homes in the 900 block of Huffine Mill Road.
Drought is becoming a serious problem in the western U.S., and all over the world. Now, big companies are taking action, with the help of the IoT. AT&T, IBM and Mueller Water Products announced on June 1 that the three have developed a new solution using IoT technology to try and alleviate water shortages in urban environments.
Mayor Ron Corbett helped launch a new statewide organization Monday that seeks to work with farmers and the agricultural industry to improve the state’s water quality.
A new water treatment plant in Woods Cross is bringing clean drinking water to residents after nearly 20 years of issues with contamination.
Mayors & Green Groups Launch New Water Conservation Program to Reduce Utah’s High Water Use Amid 4th Year of Drought
The Utah Rivers Council is proud to announce a new water conservation program with Salt Lake County, Murray City and the Utah Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Californians are definitely getting creative, water-saving experts say. But if the state’s residents really knew where their main sources of waste were, they might not obsess so much over the small stuff.
California’s severe drought is a crucial opportunity for Gov. Jerry Brown and the State Water Resources Control Board to realign and ensure California’s agricultural water supply system is in harmony.
Pressured by a relentless drought that produced the lowest winter snowfall in history and shows no signs of lifting, California’s local and state government administrators are responding with emergency measures that reflect their concern that the state is actually running out of water.
Shallow basin of brackish water. Large catchment area in relation to size. Poor water quality despite reduced external nutrient load. This description sounds familiar to people living in both the Chesapeake Bay area in the U.S. and the Baltic Sea area. The similarities provided a list of recommended protection measures to decision-makers.