News

2017

January 13

New Federal Protection for Delaware River Basin But Funding Unclear
Feds Finally Turn Attention to Delaware
NJ Sierra Club Protests Trump Cabinet Appointees at Newark Rally
Pennsy Environmental Groups Join Forces
Bayonne’s Upgraded Water System Comes at a Price
Kensington Block Still Dealing with Sinkhole
Senate Committee Urges Release of Water Supply Plan
Trenton Water Main Breaks Near Mill Hill
WRF blueprint for One Water
Sussex Borough Awarded $$ for Pipeline
NJ Millville Sewer Plant Gets Improvements
Developers  Should Not Get their Way
Raritan Headwaters Named River Hero
Towns Gain $3.21M from Scranton Sewer Sale
Scranton to Evaluate Stormwater Management Options
An Epidemic of Oil Clogged Pipes in Queens 
Quantifying Water as a Liquid Asset

January 4

AC Overseer Rejects Bonuses
Vernon VFW Suing Over Sewer Costs
Francioli to Return As Mayor as Hanover Reorganizes
NJ Legislature Digging into Problem of Water
Broken System Means Millions of Rural Americans Exposed to Poisoned or Untested Water
ACMUA Raises Rates, Gives Board Members $3,000
Atlantic Cape Installs Charging Stations for Electric Cars
In American Towns, Private Profits from Public Work
The Privatized City Where Everything is Tolled
Town of Clinton Terminates Sewer Agreement with Clinton Township
Sewer Bills Due Soon in Bernards Township
American Water Resources Names New President

2016

December 19

Florida Woman Caught on Video Tampering with WW Plants
Patterson Awards $1M in Contracts to Fix Antiquated Sewer System
Residents Concerned about Lack of Communication Around NJ American Projects
AG Says Toms River Man Fudged NB Water,Sewer Bills
Working to Fix NJ Water Infrastructure
NJ American Investing Millions
Chart of the Day: Middlesex Water Stock Could Increase Even More?
ACMUA-gives Board Members Raises After Raising Rates 
Joint Base to Test Private Wells for PFOA/PFOs
Residential Water System on Ocean County Portion of Joint Base
Broken System Means Millions of Rural Americans Exposed to Poisoned or Untested Water
NJ Legislature Digging Into Problem of Buried Pipes
Greens Continue to Fight Growth in Highlands
30 Way NJ Can Improve its Water Infrastructure in 2017
Bolivia’s Abandoned Ski Resort: A Sign of Droughts to Come?
October 7

Bayonne Bridge contractor admits to drawing water from hydrant without meter
State doesn’t act as Atlantic City misses loan deadline
Moorestown calls into question actions from state concerning water
McGuire/Dix/Lakehurst tainted wells, PFOA PFOS
Mount Laurel sewer rates could increase with Hartford Road sewer line repairs
3rd break causes more water woes in Downtown Jersey City
EPA Announces National Wastewater Nutrient Pollution Census 
Atlantic City’s Gamble to Keep its Water in Public Hands
Water Tests Reveal Elevated Levels
Randolph Among Towns with Chromium
Chromium Found in Verona/Cedar Grove Drinking Water 

September 22

138 Towns Exceed California Chromium Standard
Hillsborough: Nearly 40 Homes to Get Sewer Service Through State FundingHoboken’s Water Main Replacements
NJ Future, Lead in School Drinking Water
OPRA Ruling
Maple Shade Water
PFOS/PFOA Joint Base Dix
Pallone Announces Proposed Legislation to Repair School Water Fountains Containing Lead
Moorestown Save 1M Water
Moorestown Expected to Save Thanks to Deal with Water
DEP Drinking Water Advisory Panel Recommends Lower Limit for PFOAs
Spilled Sewerage from Hermine
On Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater
Tough New Limit Proposed for a Toxic Chemical in New Jersey’s Drinking Water
New Jersey urged to Impose Tougher Standard on Chemical in Drinking Water
Lawmakers Push State DEP to Set Limits for Toxic Chemicals in Water Supply
Rowan University Didn’t Know it Had Lead in its Water. Turns Out Pa. and N.J. Colleges Don’t Have to Test
PennEast Pipeline Poses Arsenic Risk to N.J. Water Supplies
Artists Sought for New Jersey Highlands Art Exhibit
NJDEP Recommends Lower Limit for PFOA than EPA
Concern Increasing Over N.J.’s Continued Drought Watch
Critics Call on DEP to Hold Line on Septic-Tank Density in Highlands
Students Welcome Plans to Test ‘Funny-tasting’ Water
Explainer: the Mystery of the NJ Statewide Water Supply Plan
Basking Ridge Road Expected to Reopen Within Two Weeks
Howell Moves Forward On $14M Sewer Project

August 24

AC Council Fails to Dissolve MUABernardsville Water Main Break Repaired
Public Hearing On Freewood Acres Sewer Project
NJAWC has Students Digitizing Water Plans
Brexit Causes Value Increase in Utility Stocks (including AmericanWater)
Avoiding Another Collapse in Solar
BCUA to Storm-proof its Treatment Plant
Public Hearing Set on Freewood Acres Sewer Project 
Why You Should Think Twice Before Drinking Tap Water
Study Finds Toxic Chemical Pollute Drinking Water for 6 Million
What’s in Your Water?
High Teflon Level in NJ Drinking Water
Christie Sabotages NJ Drinking Water Standards
PFAs Toxic Chemicals in Drinking Water of Millions
Suspect Who Fled Via Sewer Remains Missing
Irvington Family Blames City for Sewer Backup
Sinkhole Causes Pipe Collapse
Sewer Water Filling Basements of New Brunswick Homes
11 Properties Get Reductions in Sewer Bills
American Water Purchases Shorelands Water Company in NJ
20 Percent Sewer Rate Hike Under Consideration
Fixed Water System on Tap
Fracking waste in NYC

July 29

Aqua America Appoints Hildebrand President
Liberty Developing New American Water HQ in Camden
Fanwood Fair Draws Locals
Boil Water Advisory Issued for Parts of Florham Park, Hanover
Vernon to Restore Environmental Panel with Twist
Default on Debt Payment Looms Again for Financially Troubled AC
NJ Issues Drought Watch in Northern, Central Regions
Cape May Beach Reopens Days After Sewer Spill
Former Commissioners Sentenced to Jail for Misuse of Employees’ Time
On Clean Water Rules, Enough of Christie’s Secrecy
Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project to Last 6 Weeks
Sussex Borough Talks Water, Sewer Grants, Gas Tax
Maybe You Can Flush It, But You Probably Shouldn’t
Woodbine Sees Sewers as Answer to Biz Growth
Human Remains Cause Sewer Blockage
Keep Your Mouth Closed: Aquatic Olympians Face a Toxic Stew in Rio 

May 17

Blairstown Considering Sale of Water Department
Renewed Attention to Water Supply, Infrastructure Starting to Impact Cities Like Camden
Maybe Norcross Controversy Will Change a Bad Law
Edison Dems Unite Behind MCUA Commissioner Karabinchak
New Bar Association President to Mark 2 Milestones
Council Seeking Expert Advice on Sewer Fees
Pringle Op-ed: It’s Not Just Lead
Sexual Harassment Suit Settled Out of Court
BPU Boss Grilled by Senate Committee About Diversion of Funds

May 4

Has Your School District Tested for Lead in it’s Water Supply?
Potential Conflict of Interest?
Vernon Council to Discuss Sewers
American Water Works: Saving our Liquid Assets
Has Your School District Tested for Lead in it’s Water Supply?
Water Advocates Issue Work Plan to Help With Massive System Upgrade
Riverdale Wins Sewer Fee Lawsuit
Decades Old-water Main Being Replaced in Carney’s Point
Public Works Tackling Water Main Break Moorestown
How Much Lead in Sussex County’s Water?
Consumer Reports Explains How to Check Tap Water for Lead
I-Team Mapping Lead in Water Around the State
More Lead Found in Parsippany Drinking Water
How an Old N.J. City With Water Problems Avoided Becoming Flint, Michigan

April 14

AC’s Trash Hauling Savings Don’t Add Up
Beyond Recognizing Problem: Paying to Purify
Public Workshop Set to Address Lead in Trenton
Essex County Household Waste Event
Booker: All Schools Should Test for Lead
Middlesex Water Hits 52-week High in April
Bernardsville Adopts Budget
Jersey City to Make $94M in Water, Sewer Improvements
Rubber Brain, Birth Control Pills Among Weird Items Found In NJ Beach Sweep
AC Tells ACUA it Can Haul Trash for Less
Drinking Water in Newark Schools Known to have Lead Problem at least 6 Years Ago
Philly School Drinking Water Lead Contamination Testing
Funding for Plastics Waste Stream
Test Finds No Traces of Dioxane in Wanaque Reservoir
Paige Brown Wins Intell Science Talent Search
Salaries for Township SA and MUA Commissioners Could Double
BCUA Provides Local Municipal Rebates
Guardian and City Council Rouse Union Troops Against AC Takeover
Lead Detected in Water in Two Hamilton (Mercer) Schools
Hopatcong Schools Shut Off Lead-tainted Water
How Philly’s Vast Effort to Address Lead Went Under the Radar
Dunmore May Use Sewer Money for Stormwater

March 2

Stormwater Utilities Can Help Solve Problem of Polluted Run off
(AEA executive director quoted.)
Atlantic City Delays Vote on Sought-After Water UtilityHearing on Bucks Waste-Treatment Plant Draws Raucous Crowd
Soaring Sewer Fees in Morristown Likely Result of Drought
Sussex County Sewer Line Break Repaired
Repairs Underway for Midland Park Sink Hole
MCPA to Seek Label Restrictions on Flushable Wipes
Flint Water Crisis Raises Concern About Lead Contamination in New Jersey
New Jersey American Acquires System in Mendham
Salem County Test Results in: How Much Lead is in Your Water?
Vernon Water System Expansion Expected to Face More Scrutiny
NJ Laws Strict on Safe Water
Hunterdon to Receive Share of Water Quality Funds
Lead Pipes Can Mean Bad Water But Corrosion Control Can Limit Lead Impacts
Ideas Worth Stealing: Replace All Lead Pipes?
Why is Pennsylvania Water Expensive?
Aqua CEO Discusses Earnings  
Cuomo Blames Shifting Federal Water Standards for Hoosick Falls Response
DEC Testing North Bennington Water for PFOA
Flint to Get More State, Federal Aid for Water Bills, Pipe
Neighbors Fight Chicken Plant Expansion
Value Water Releases National Poll on Attitudes About Water

February 18

Board Changes Course on Dissolution of Evesham
(from Burlington County Times)
Sen Comm Releases Two Bad Emviro Bills
Long Hill looks to Private Sector to Operate Sewer Plant
Water Worries Spawn Moorestown Group
Estrogen in Drinking Water
NJ lead levels in children (primary source-paint)
Federal Bill About Private Funding Incentives for Water is Back (private water company bill)
A2404 for Barnegat Bay (TMDL)
PA Lead-Don’t Blame the Water
Scranton PA Sewer System Sale, Deal with PA American Water not Final
Happened Last Night
Flint Can Happen in N.J. Because Christie Sides with Water Polluters | Opinion
Concerns Rise Over Drinking Water in Moorestown, NJ
Tests on Fish Raise New Concerns About Estrogen Levels in Drinking Water
NJ Lawmakers Plan to Reintroduce Bill to Repair Water Infrastructure
Ex-Middlesex County Water Operator Sentenced for Submitting False Data
‘Intersex’ Fish Raise Concerns About Estrogen in N.J. Drinking Water
Camden NJ Students Also Drink Bottled Water Because of High Lead Levels
Could High Levels of Lead be in Your Drinking Water?
Boil-water Advisory Issued, School Delayed in Phillipsburg
Temporary Water Treatment Change for Some New Jersey American Water Customers
Will New A.C. Bill be Less of a State Takeover?
Whelan Encourages County to Take Over ACMUALongport Looks to Conserve Water, Preserve Municipal System
Temporary Water Treatment Change For Some New Jersey American Water Customers
Flint Water Crisis Must be Prevented From occurring in NJ, Lawmakers Say
Vernon Residents Angry Over Proposed Sewer Service Exapnsion
The Latest:  Michigan Government Proposes $195 Million More for Flint
Flint Crisis Reminds Us: Profit Motive Has No Place When it Comes to Necessities
Red Bank: GOP Hosed on Water Votes
Great Flood Wall of Hoboken: 5 Things You Need to Know
N.J. Fighting Rise in Water Tainted by Common Chemical
EPA’s Early Sampling Results Confirm Lead-Removal Filters are Working as Expected 
Sweeney: Christie panel raises false alarm on pension plan
Paterson Council Refuses to Back Great Falls Vista Project Sewer Application
Louis Berger Develops New Jersey A.I.M.S4 Program to Manage Aging Water Infrastructure in New Jersey 

February 8

NY Times Article Renews Water Quality Concerns for 12 NJ Water Suppliers
Officials Fear Pocket Veto of E-waste Legislation Will Trash Programs 

High Bridge Officials Visit Clinton Council About Sewer Dispute
What’s That Tower Being Built in Gloucester County?
Boil Water Advisory Issued in P’burg
AC Residents to Lose Their Water and What’s Left of Their Right to Vote
Sweeney: Atlantic County Should Buy AC Water System
Sewer System Among Topics at Vernon Meeting
DEP Urged to Act Quickly on Hazardous Chemical in Water
South Orange Responds to Discovery of Likely Carcinogen in Water Supply
Don’t Flush During Sewer Project Work
Sexual Mutations in Fish in Protected Waters Raise Alarm
Power Auctions in Offing 
American Water Bid for City Sewer System Nearly Twice Market Value
Green Infrastructure May Have Economic Benefit in Philly
Missed Lead: Is Central Pa.’s Water Testing Misleading?
Kids in 11 N.J. Cities Have Higher Lead Levels Than Flint, Mich.
ADD $10M TO BUDGET TO FIGHT LEAD POISONING IN NJ’S KIDS, ADVOCATES URGE
Water Reuse in Virginia
California Water Board to Investigate Use of Oilfield Wastewater to Irrigate Crops
How Water Could Fix Utility Energy Storage Woes

January 15

NY Times Article Renews Water Quality Concerns for 12 NJ Water Suppliers
Officials Fear Pocket Veto of E-waste Legislation Will Trash Programs 

High Bridge Officials Visit Clinton Council About Sewer Dispute
What’s That Tower Being Built in Gloucester County?
Boil Water Advisory Issued in P’burg
AC Residents to Lose Their Water and What’s Left of Their Right to Vote
Sweeney: Atlantic County Should Buy AC Water System
Sewer System Among Topics at Vernon Meeting
DEP Urged to Act Quickly on Hazardous Chemical in Water
South Orange Responds to Discovery of Likely Carcinogen in Water Supply
Don’t Flush During Sewer Project Work
Sexual Mutations in Fish in Protected Waters Raise Alarm
Power Auctions in Offing 
American Water Bid for City Sewer System Nearly Twice Market Value
Green Infrastructure May Have Economic Benefit in Philly
Missed Lead: Is Central Pa.’s Water Testing Misleading?
Kids in 11 N.J. Cities Have Higher Lead Levels Than Flint, Mich.
ADD $10M TO BUDGET TO FIGHT LEAD POISONING IN NJ’S KIDS, ADVOCATES URGE
Water Reuse in Virginia
California Water Board to Investigate Use of Oilfield Wastewater to Irrigate Crops
How Water Could Fix Utility Energy Storage Woes

2015

December 30

New Steps to Keep Sewage from Passaic River
Sewage Overflow Pollutes Hudson, Vexes New Jersey
American Water Buys 3 Pa. Sewer Systems and Makes Deal to Run Camden’s
Proposed Sewer Expansion Raises Lots of Questions
Sewer Main Break in Sussex is Repaired
Brick Man Pleads Guilty to Falsifying Drinking Water Testing Reports
There’s a Secret War Being Waged Over Your Drinking Water
Letter: Proposed Rule Change Threatens Drinking Water
New Brunswick water supervisor pleads guilty to corruption and violation charges
Acting Mayor Vetoes Two Ordinances in Sussex Borough
New Jersey Company Offering Water-Sewer Line Protection Not Endorsed by Us, Fargo Says
Pallone Bill Banning Microbeads Passes House
Drought Watch Continues as November Rainfall Levels Remain Below Average

November 11

MUA Official Regrets Anti-Mexican Posts
Berkeley MUA Official Posted Anti-Mexican Comments On Facebook Page
MUA Dissolution Measures Tabled; Investigation Continues in Evesham
Signal Mountain Doesn’t Need American Water Company to Take Control of It’s Water
Moorestown Council Takes First Step on Water Main Replacement
Newton Replacing Stuart Street Sewer Line
Water Main Break in West Caldwell Shuts Off Service Wednesday Morning
Brick MUA: Lead Levels Reduced 65% After Switching Water Additives
New Jersey’s Booker Sued Over Millions in Watershed Waste
Critics of a New Wastewater Rule Accuse Dep of Giving in to Developers
Newton Replacing Stuart Street Sewer Line
Guardian says Christie wants MUA Returned to City
Christie Vetoes Water Bill that AEA Opposed
The List: NJ Locales with the Highest Amount of Toxic Chemical Releases
Dark Water Rising
Tour the Newly Updated Sewerage Plant in South Jersey

November 4

Mendham Plant Needs Millions in Upgrades
Highlands Backers Rally Against New Rule
Court: Revel can keep Sewer Service, for now
Wallkill Valley VFW Won’t Appeal Sewer Fee DecisionCheektowaga Agrees to State Approach to Curbing Overflows
Delaware River No Place for Industrial Waste
Judge Nixes Referendum on Sewer Fee Waiver for Vernon VFW
A Counteroffensive to Christie on Clean Water
Vernon Vets Want Sewer Fees Question on Ballot
Brick Lawsuit Settled for $250,000
Long port Begins Draining Water Tower
Voters Out Flint, Mi., Mayor Amid Water Problems

October 28

Morrisville’s Sewer Plant Woes Could Mean Lower Makefield Pay Bigtime
Study Accident at Proposed Plant Would be Catastrophe
Vernon Vets want Sewer Fees Question on Ballot
Grants of all Kinds for Medford Lakes
Plant that Spilled Tons of Raw Sewage into the Bay During Sandy Still not Hurricane Proof 
Rate Increase Sought to Improve Water Infrastructure 
Net Zero Lessons from a Waste Water Treatment Plant
ELEC Complaint Lodged Against Firm
Why Houston’s Politicized Drains Could be any City’s Drain
Opinion: Find the Nine Million Water Polluters in NJ (Hint: It’s Not Industry)Three Years After Sandy: Recover and Resilience at PVSC
Drinking water panel to renew call for NJ to regulate 1,2,3-TCP
Find the Nine Million Water Polluters in NJ (Hint: It’s not Industry)
EPA Changes Cleanup Plans for South Jersey Superfund Site
Storms took NJ to Class
Linde Oxygen Booster Cuts Soluble BOD After or Before DAF Treatment
Three Years After Sandy, How Prepared is NJ for Hurricane Joaquin?
American Water Moving to Take Over Camden Water, Sewage
Environmentalists, Lawmakers Trying New Tack to Keep Out Fracking Waste
American Water CEO Discusses Key Issues Facing the Industry at WEFTEC 2015
New Jersey to Working to Cut Into Water Infrastructure Backlog
After the Flood, a Rush to Preserve Drinking Water
Officials Told of Options for Treatment Plant

October 9

Tips for Practing Safe Cyber Hygiene Only a Click Away
Here are the 17 new UN Development Goals for 2030
Sierra Club says Christie’s DEP Policies make Drought Worse
N.J. Panel to Reevaluate Water Standards
N.J. Declares Drought Watch in Morris County Region
Newark Pitches Privatization of Trash Service
Is there Raw Sewage Spilling into our Water Ways?
Bayonne Residents Angered by Sewage Spilling into Streets
Atlantic City MUA Study Challenges City Assessment of Authority
NJ American Water Granted New Waste Water Rates
Hot Dry Weather Depleting NJ Drinking Water Supply  
1.94 Billion for Critical Drinking Water in NJ
Water Main Break In Bridgewater
Water Main Break in Moorsetown
Sierra Club Endorses Conaway and Singleton for State Legislature 7th District
Thousands of Miles of Challenges
Newark Watershed Taxes
ACUA Attorney Noose Incident
Dry Weather Pattern Concerns Some More Than Others
Montclair Water Restrictions Won’t Apply to Glen Ridge

September 11

Barnegat Bay Stormwater
Barnegat Bay NJDEP  Response
PVSC and a New ERA of Urban Water QualityPennsylvania Water Utility to Reduce Sewage Discharges to Delaware and Local Creeks
United Water Starts Fall Hydrant Flushing
Christie’s Attack on Clean Water
West Orange Water Supplies Showing Improvement
Moderate Drought Wilting North Jersey
Hot Dry Weather Depleting North Jersey Drinking Water Supply
United Water Starts Fall Hydrant Flushing

August 14

ACMUA Proposes Buying Island 
Clinton Twp Opts in to Highlands Master Plan
Sierra Club Calls on EPA to Block DEP New Water Rules
Brown, Circular Plume in NJ Worries Residents, Lawmakers Etc.
EPA Completes Construction of Water Line
Why are Municipal Water Systems Not Up for Mergers and Acquisitions?
New Water Director Hired Head of Embattled Utility in New Brunswick
Police say Man Escaped Robbery Scene through Sewer Systems
Orange County, NY Studying Sewer Expansion
Public-Private Partnership Protects Environment
Livingston Releases Annual Drinking Water Reportv
Can the Drinking Fountain Make a Comeback?
Frelinghuysens: From Landed Gentry to Protectors of the Land
Guardian says ACMUA Should Generate $6 Million More Annually – Press of Atlantic City: News NY Sewage Spill Notice Law and Alert System
Lobbyists Report on Watershed Bill
Bill would Eliminate County Government
Montville Residents Asked to Suspend Unnecessary Water Usage
Water Main Ruptures in Cliffside Park

July 29

NJ American Report Cards Available Online
DEP Seeks Future Environmental Leaders
Use it or Lose It?
Bayonne MUA Windmill to be Repaired
Stock Report on Middlesex Water
Are Munis on Shaky Ground?
Minnesota City Ponders Lawsuit Over Wipes
Hudson County Working to Solve Sewage, Rainwater Mixture Problem
Nassau Seeing Lower-than-expected Savings as Union Workers Shun Private Sector Jobs
MUA Workers, Activists Oppose State Takeover of ACMUA
New DEP Efforts May Stop North Jersey’s 25-billion-gallons Discharge
The Cashflow Conundrum
Water Bill Must Go Up
Hudson County municipalities working to solve sewage, rainwater mixture problem
NJ Won’t Budge on Sewerage Permits
American Water Announces Agreement to Acquire Keystone Clearwater Solutions
Keystone Clearwater Announces Acquisition by American WW Company
Hospitals Pay More Property Tax?
Bayonne MUA Warns Residents Against Tampering With Meter
New Jersey Eyed Takeover of Atlantic City’s Public Assets
MUA Workers, Activists Oppose State Takeover of Atlantic City’s Assets
First Meetings Held for Delaware Canal Vision Study
Cities Running Out of Water

May 13

Mohawk River Sewerage Spill Went Unreported
EPA Suggests Triggers for Warning of Algae in Drinking Water
NJ Conservation Foundation Announce Preservation of Acres by Ken Lockwood Gorge
NJ Isn’t Planning for its Water Needs
Middlesex Water Reports First Quarter 2015 Financial Results
Why NJ Streams are Shrinking and What You Can Do to Help
American Water to Acquire North Jersey Wastewater Treatment Plant
West Milford Joins Pipeline Opposition
Most in Branchville Don’t Want Sewer
Livingston Town Council Salutes its Municipal Sewer Workers
Special Advisory Council Tracks Status of NJ Water Supply
Feds Won’t Require GE to Clear PCBs from Lower Hudson
Green Acres Funding Delayed Throughout State
Gwinnett Considered a Model for Treating Reuse
Croton Water Once Again Flowing
House Members Push Christie to Update Water Plan
Environmental Group’s Challenge Rejected
Increase Nitrogen Levels Threatening Suffolk County Water

May 1

Thief Escapes Via Sewer System
Seaview Harbor Water System Assets Purchased by Aqua NJ
From Sweeney False Promises on the Environment
How Much Plastic is in NJ’s Water
Small Town Big Electric and Water Bills
Letter: Sussex Water-Sewer Systems Could Still Be Sold
Woodbury, Others in NJ Mulling Privatization
Paterson Attempts to Address Costly Sewer Repairs
Replacement of Boonton Avenue Sewer Lines to Start this Week
ACUA Earth Day Festival Draws Thousands
Partnership Closes Land Deal to Convert Former Corporate Campus into Public Park
AEA Public Education: What Not to Flush
Steering Clear of a 2-percent Trap for Water Utilities
ACMUA Turning to Solar
Camco Agency Launches Camden Demolition
Two Florence Homes Deemed Unsafe Because of Landslide
Homes on the Edge
Feds Say its Time to Cut Back on Fluoride in Drinking Water
AW LG Sonic Control Water Treatment Plant Algae Blooms
Water Asset Management Hunting Liquid Assets
Earth Day Enviroguy’s Tom 6 Memories
Moodys Changes American Water Works Outlook to Positive
For Aqua CEO DeBenedictis, There’s No Treading Water